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Rubby De La Rosa and Dan Haren engaged in one of those pitching duels I heard so much about before. Each of them had an inning of minor hiccups.

The Diamondbacks struck first in the 4th inning when Yasmany Tomas pulled a ball into the left-center gap to score two runs to make it 2-0. However, Haren only gave up one more hit the rest of his outing and the Diamondbacks couldn't add on to that.

De La Rosa was also dealing behind the portables, but a hanging slider to Marlins Catcher J.T Realmuto caused the Home Run Sculpture to go off. This was exacerbated by the fact there was a runner on base and it was 2-2 at that point, Rubby also shut it down the rest of the way, getting the Marlins to swing ineffectively at the first pitch with frequency, and got through 9 innings. However, with the score still tied, that was not the end of the game and so we go to extras.

The Diamondbacks had a runner on second in the 10th, but Hill, Owings, and Gosewisch decided that striking out was the thing. Brad Ziegler came in for the 10th and worked a quick inning, however Sam Dyson did similar things for Miami.

Steve Cishek and Addison Reed had dueling "fallen from grace" closers innings in the 12th (Though Reed did walk two, and was bailed out on a questionable steal attempt by Giancarlo Stanton) In the 13th, things happened. Chris Owings singled, and made his way to third base with two outs. David Peralta came up and delivered a double that scored Owings to make it 3-2.

Enrique Burgos pitched in the bottom of the 13th got a strikeout, but walked Ichiro. For the second time in two innings, the Marlins ran into an out while trying to steal, (though this one had to be overturned)  Burgos then struck out Jeff Baker to end the game and stop the losing streak.