"We're doing a little better with the execution, we're situationally hitting better, we're getting a couple two-out hits with guys in scoring position and the big thing here is our starting pitching has been fantastic."
"I had a good approach against him. He's a really good pitcher. I was guessing right with him."
-Welington Castillo on hitting two home runs off of Felix Hernandez
It Happened Last Night
The Diamondbacks swept the three game series in Seattle as Welington Castillo hit a pair of home runs off of former teammate and Seattle ace, Felix Hernandez. Paul Goldschmidt and David Peralta drove in a pair each. A.J. Pollock had three hits, and Patrick Corbin had another strong outing, going six innings while allowing only one run on three hits and two walks.
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