Things didn't start out so well for the Diamondbacks tonight, and really didn't get any better after that. Wade Miley started, but was only able to go 1 2/3 inning after giving up 5 runs on 8 hits and a home run. Josh Collmenter came in after that, and, other than an unearned run in the fifth, did a good job keeping the game manageable. We also got a very solid inning each from Chaz Roe and David Hernandez, who was making his first appearance after getting called back up from Reno today. Will Harris pitched in the 8th, giving up a home run. Not to be out done, Eury De La Rosa came in and gave up two of them, for a total of three runs. That gave the Blue Jays their insurmountable final score of 10 runs.
That didn't stop the offense from having a decent night. Adam Eaton, Didi Gregorius, and Miguel Montero all had home runs, and Aaron Hill was the only starter to fail to reach base. In the end, though, they only managed to scratch across four runs, which wasn't anywhere near enough to undo the damage done by Miley and the pitching staff.