Arizona struck first, taking advantage of some very sloppy Milwaukee defense to score two runs in the first. After Gerardo Parra tripled, Chris Owings got a single off the glove of Mark Reynolds at first. The Brewers then spurned a couple of solid double-play chances, and it burned them, as Aaron Hill drove in a run with a fielder's choice. The D-backs extended the lead in the third after an Owings triple and Paul Goldschmidt single. However, the visitors got all three runs back with one swing in the fourth, Khris Davis homering into the pool area. That was it off the starters, both men allowing three over 7.2 innings, and it became a battle of the bullpen.
Brad Ziegler came in after Wade Miley had walked two batters with two outs in the eighth, mopped up the damage, and stuck around for a 1-2-3 ninth. Owings doubled with one out in the eighth, but was stranded on third, and it looked like we were in for a repeat performance in the ninth. Martin Prado doubled with one out, but David Peralta grounded out weakly to first, advancing Prado. That brought the sub-buck fifty hitting Tony Campana up, but he managed to squeeze a ball just past the second baseman, and the Diamondbacks walked off winners.
San Diego and Seattle are currently tied in the 8th. If the Padres lose, we'll no longer be bottom of the NL West.