NLCS Game 2: Phillies hit 3 more home runs in 10-0 blowout of Diamondbacks for 2-0 series lead

The Phillies will take a 2-0 series lead to Arizona

Game 2 of the NLCS was more of the same for the Philadelphia Phillies, who backed up six shutout innings from Aaron Nola with an offensive barrage in a 10-0 win to take a 2-0 series lead. They hit three more home runs to increase their tally to 15 in their past four games, a postseason record.

Trea Turner and Kyle Schwarber hit solo shots early to put the Phillies up 2-0 against Diamondbacks starter Merrill Kelly.

Schwarber put the Phillies up 3-0 with his second solo homer, a 445-foot blast, in the bottom of the sixth inning off Kelly. The Fox Sports broadcast reported that it was the first homer Kelly surrendered on a changeup this season. Kelly had retired seven straight Phillies before Schwarber took him deep to right-center.

Schwarber's big hit started a four-run inning.

The Phillies tacked on two more with a two-run double from Alec Bohm in the seventh inning.

Bohm eventually came around to score to extend the Phillies' lead to 9-0. A sacrifice fly by Nick Castellanos then made it 10-0.

Nola was outstanding, with seven strikeouts and three hits allowed in his six shutout innings, and the Phillies' bullpen did the rest of the work on the mound.

The series shifts to Phoenix for Game 3 on Thursday.

See below for news, scores, updates and highlights from Game 2 in Philly.