D-backs' Drury homers to spark big inning in AFL | dbacks.com
Right-hander Roberto Osuna's outing Thursday in the Arizona Fall League began with an easy inning. Entering in the third in relief inning of fellow Blue Jays' prospect Sean Nolin, Osuna allowed a single and struck out two batters to maintain Mesa's early one-run lead against Salt River. When Osuna returned to the mound for the fourth, however, the game changed. Brandon Drury led off the inning with a home run, kick-starting the Rafters' offense. They would bat around -- knocking Osuna out of the game -- and score six runs on six hits.
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He is, by any measure, a once-in-a-generation talent. And he’s now lost four consecutive postseason starts — finding himself headed home for the winter earlier than expected for the second season in a row.
Chris Hernandez (@CHernandezKCMO) October 9, 2014