"[Miguel Castro] was having trouble throwing strikes, so I figured he would come with a fastball there 2-1, and he left it right over the middle of the plate. Luckily, I didn't miss it."
"It was really good to have nothing going and then all of a sudden find something late in the game like that and get the win."
"We need to see everyone we can to make decisions on next season on who our guys are."
It Happened Last Night
Patrick Corbin had another strong outing and Phil Gosselin provided his first home run, a three-run shot in the seventh, to put away Colorado in the first game of a day-night double-header.
Related: Goldschmidt hits into triple play.
A.J. Pollock joined Paul Goldschmidt in hitting go-ahead home runs while also keeping the pressure on for the team lead in batting average (Goldschmidt currently leads .322 to .321), as the Diamondbacks swept both games of the double-header.
Drury's Audition Creating a Good Problem
With Jake Lamb, Nick Ahmed, and Chris Owings already manning the infield as starters and Phil Gosselin returning from the DL to fill in the utility infielder slot, Brandon Drury's September call-up makes for a crowded infield. Given how many of those names come up in trade conversations with other teams, this month could be very important for all of them.
Related: Drury Crowding the Infield Creates Competition
Count Brad Ziegler among those who have felt the toll of this long stretch of games so late in the season.