Follow live: D-backs playing spoiler in Philly in NLCS Game 7

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The fans in Philadelphia are hoping Ranger Suarez can lead their team to a Game 7 victory over the Diamondbacks and another NL pennant. (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images)

For the Philadelphia Phillies and Arizona Diamondbacks, it all comes down to this. After Tuesday, one will go on to face the Texas Rangers in the World Series, and the other will go home. Anything goes in a Game 7, so buckle up.

The D-backs got on the board in the first inning, plating a run on two singles and a forceout. Then Alec Bohm tied it with a solo shot to lead off the bottom of the second.

In the fourth, Bryson Stott got another postseason RBI, scoring Bohm on a double and giving the Phillies the lead. In the next half-inning, Corbin Carroll tied it with a two-out single, his third hit of the game, which scored Emmanuel Rivera and ended Phillies starter Ranger Suarez’s night.

In the next at-bat, Carroll stole second, and then Gabriel Moreno hit a single to give the Diamondbacks the lead 3-2.

Carroll tacked on insurance in the seventh, with a sacrifice fly following a single from Geraldo Perdomo and a double from Ketel Marte making it 4-2.

Follow along with Yahoo Sports for more news, scores, highlights and updates from NLCS Game 7 on Tuesday.

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