Kyle Wright came up big for the Braves on the mound Wednesday when they needed him the most.

The righthander threw six shutout innings, and the bullpen finished the job as the Braves won a rain-delayed Game 2 3-0 at Truist Park. Last year’s World Series champions found themselves trailing in the divisional series after Tuesday’s 7-6 loss to the Phillies, and secured the series-tying win as Wright and three relievers only allowed three hits in the shutout.

The best-of-five National League Division Series now shifts to Philadelphia for Game 3 on Friday and Game 4 on Saturday.

If Game 5 is needed, it will be played Sunday at Truist Park.