"I don't know, you're just looking at a few games so I don't really have the answer. was able to get a couple of good pitches to hit today, hit them hard and was able to get them out of there. But overall I think this is a pretty good hitter's park."
- Paul Goldschmidt
Paul Goldschmidt homered in consecutive innings Saturday, including a three-run blast in the fourth inning that knocked Brewers starter Kyle Lohse from the game and removed the drama from the Diamondbacks' 7-3 victory at Miller Park.
Reliever Addison Reed's most recent solid outing might have been good enough to earn him his old job back. Reed has not allowed a run in seven of his eight appearances since losing his job as closer, and manager Chip Hale said Saturday he will again consider Reed to protect a lead in the ninth inning.
Here are Pollock’s total numbers in 2015 and how they rank among NL outfielders: .320 AVG (4th), 4 HR (24th), 16 RBI (21st), 32 R (T-3rd), 11 SB (T-3rd), .450 SLG (9th), .816 OPS (9th)
Despite wielding a hot bat in place of the injured Jake Lamb at third base for the Arizona Diamondbacks, the majority of fans in our Sanderson Ford Poll Question of the Day say that Yasmany Tomas should head to the bench or find a new position once Lamb returns from the 15-day DL.
Wagner went 5-1 with a 2.01 ERA in nine starts with Biloxi, allowing just 12 earned runs over 53 2/3 innings. Opponents batted just .231 (45-for-195) against the No. 11 player on MLB.com's list of the top 30 Brewers prospects, and he surrendered only one home run. Arizona's Anderson has been stellar over his last five starts, giving up just five earned runs in 32 1/3 innings.
The Nationals ended up losing 8-5. But we promise your valiant effort did not go unappreciated, Denard.