"History-Making Game 7 Looms for Phillies" 

Kyle Schwarber, who won a Game 7 with the Cubs in 2016, understands the tension that precedes such a pivotal matchup. 

The Phillies are set for their first Game 7 ever in their 141-season history after falling 5-1 to the D-backs in Game 6. 

Philadelphia initially dominated Arizona at home in the series, but Game 6 turned the tide. 

Aaron Nola struggled, allowing four runs in 4 1/3 innings, including back-to-back homers. 

 Schwarber and Trea Turner, both with World Series experience, may help calm their teammates' nerves.

Schwarber emphasizes the need to fight and find ways to score in the high-pressure Game 7. 

Taking an early lead, even without homers, could ease the Phillies' nerves. 

D-backs' Paul Sewald aims to keep the Philly crowd quiet, and the Phillies will face rookie Brandon Pfaadt in Game 7. 

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