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Zack Godley turned in another strong five-inning performance. Jarrod Saltalamacchia provided all the offense, and Buster Posey was given the Goldschmidt treatment in the seventh, despite that putting the go-ahead run in scoring position. All of this led to a 2-1 Diamondbacks victory.

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"I was OK with that because we weren't going to throw him anything to hit anyway. So that eliminates the chance of a ball getting away, so that was definitely a good move."

-Jarrod Saltalamacchia on intentionally walking Posey

"Very good way to end his starting for us this year. He'll be in our 'pen and we'll use him here and there, but not too much. I think he's proven to us that he could be a force for us next year in the rotation."

-Chip Hale on Zack Godley

It Happened Last Night


Giants 1, Diamondbacks 2

Zack Godley threw five shutout innings and Jarrod Saltalamacchia provided all of the offense with a two-run, fourth inning blast as the Diamondbacks downed their rivals on Wednesday evening.

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