Kyle Schwarber makes history as Phillies move one game away from World Series

CNN — The Philadelphia Phillies won Game 5 of the World Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks, 6-1, on a night when Kyle Schwarber created postseason history.

The Phillies now lead the best-of-seven National League Championship Series (NLCS) 3-2.

this postseason, and leadoff batter Schwarber sets the tone for his club practically every night.

After scoring a run in the top of the first, Schwarber came up to bat in the top of the sixth with Philadelphia leading 2-0.

The 30-year-old smashed a massive home run to right center field, a sight that rival fans have grown accustomed to. 

After smashing No. 11, the Phillies' standout designated hitter now owns the most home runs in NLCS history, surpassing baseball legend Albert Pujols.

Schwarber also extended a record he set on Friday when he ascended to the top of the list of left-handed postseason homers. He now has a total of 20. 

According to ESPN, Schwarber is only the sixth player to achieve 20 and did so faster than anyone else.

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