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Diamondbacks 11, Reds 2

Archie Bradley worked six solid innings, and Yasmany Tomas had a three-run homer as the D-backs took the series and a winning home-stand.

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Arizona's offense made up for all the time they lost yesterday, coming out of the gate fast with a four-run first inning this afternoon at Chase Field. They got rid of Homer Bailey after just one inning, with RBI from Rickie Weeks Jr, Welington Castillo and Jake Lamb, then an error by the catcher at home-plate allowed Lamb to come across on a Brandon Drury single. The Reds answered immediately, getting a pair of solo home-runs off Archie Bradley, but that was all the damage they would do against him. He went six innings, allowing five hits and no walks, with a trio of strikeouts, and just the two earned runs allowed.

Meanwhile, the hitters did to the Reds, pretty much what the Reds did to the D-backs on Friday, piling up a total of 18 hits. A.J. Pollock stole two bases in the third, then came home on a sacrifice fly by Castillo, and another Beef hit made is 6-2 after five. Yasmany Tomas came off the bench for a pinch-hit home-run, his 27th, scoring Drury and Chris Owings as well. Even Patrick Corbin got in on the action, working in relief - he drove in a run as part of a two-run eighth. Michael Bourn, Pollock and Owings all had three-hit games, and it didn't seem as if the offense missed Paul Goldschmidt, who got the day off, in the slightest.