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Diamondbacks 4, Giants 5

Home-runs from Paul Goldschmidt and Jake Lamb weren't enough, as the Giants took the game, and with it, the series against the Diamondbacks, in 11 innings at Chase Field.

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Robbie Ray was in trouble early, loading the bases with one out in the first, but escaped without allowing a run. The Diamondbacks then scored first, getting on the board in the second inning, on back-to-back doubles by Phil Gosselin and Brandon Drury. However, Ray proved less adept at escaping jams in subsequent innings. The Giants took the lead on a two-run single in the third, and added two more on a double in the fourth inning. Ray ended up going six innings, allowing four runs on eight hits and two walks, but did strike out eight.

The D-backs get one run back in the sixth, Paul Goldschmidt blasting his 15th home-run off the batter's eye in center. But it wasn't until the eighth inning that they tied things up. Goldie reached on an error by St. Buster of the Flowers, and Jake Lamb immediately followed up with his 19th home-run, off the top off the fence and over into the right-field seats. The D-backs A bullpen was solid through the 10th, including scoreless innings by Hudson, Ziegler and Clippard, However, Enrique Burgos allowed a lead-off walk in the 11th, which scored on an RBI double. The D-backs got the tying run to third with one out, but couldn't score it, and another home loss went in the books.