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Diamondbacks 10, Padres 4

Arizona scored three in the first, three more in the second, and cruised to their biggest blowout win in over a month.

Ralph Freso

The Diamondbacks took advantage of some early wildness from Padres' starter Tyson Ross, who allowed three hits and a walk to the first five batters, while also uncorking a wild pitch, with a San Diego error also helping the home team to a three-run first inning. It was more of the same in the second, RBI for Chris Owings and Mark Trumbo coming round another Padres error and bringing us early tacos. Tuffy Gosewisch legged out an infield RBI hit in the fifth, then another wild pitch followed by a two-run single from Jordan Pacheco gave us a three-run seventh, and completed Arizona's scoring.

Chase Anderson was solid enough, taking the five and dive in what could be his last game of the year. In those five innings, he gave up two runs on four hits and three walks, with five strikeouts. He was relieved by Daniel Hudson, making his first home appearance in over two years, to loud applause. He gave up a leadoff triple, before K'ing the next two, but couldn't close things out, allowing an RBI single. Oliver Perez also let the Padres score, but Evan Marshall and Matt Stites posted zeroes. Trumbo had three hits, three RBI and scored twice for the D-backs, with Cody Ross getting two hits, and Ender Inciarte reaching three times, on a hit and two walks.