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The Diamondbacks proved to be the more resilient team on Tuesday night, coming from behind three times en route to a 5-4 victory over the visiting Detroit Tigers.

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Quick Quotes

"Was I pitching carefully to him? Don Kelly or Miguel Cabrera, who would you rather face? What do you think?"

-Addison Reed

"His first couple of pitches caught me off guard a little bit because they were sneaky. But I wasn't going to strike out looking, so I had to be ready to swing. And lucky enough I got the base hit up the middle."

-Miguel Montero

"We point out what's working and what's not working, (and) the numbers kind of bare that out," Gibson said. "The pitcher, let me just say this about any pitcher that's on the mound, it's ultimately their responsibility to shake and go to what pitch they want to throw."

-Kirk Gibson

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