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Diamondbacks 4, Padres 7

A back and forth contest saw the D-backs blow three leads, and eventually get walked off in ten innings.

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Arizona's first lead came in the second inning, when a Chris Owings infield single scored Yasmany Tomas. However, San Diego immediately tied things up, on two hits in the bottom half of the inning. This pattern was repeated in the seventh inning. The D-backs took advantage of a wild throw from the Padres on a double-steal attempt to take the lead again, but Zack Greinke wasn't able to hold it in the bottom half. His night ended at that point, having allowed two runs over seven solid enough innings, on seven hits and two walks with eight strikeouts.

It was then over the bullpens, and neither side covered themselves in glory. Arizona took their third lead in the eighth, with a two-run single from Jean Segura putting them 4-2 up. But Enrique Burgos blew his second save in as many nights, allowing a two-run homer to Ryan Schmpf, as San Diego tied things up once more. A scoreless ninth followed, and we went into extras. The D-backs failed to take advantage of men on second and third with one out, Michael Bourn and Jake Lamb striking out. The Padres made no such mistake, feasting on Patrick Corbin, who retired one batter before allowing a three-run homer to Schimpf. His WP must be off the charts tonight.