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Diamondbacks 6, Brewers 15

The pitching was awful again tonight, as the D-backs dropped the second game of the series against the Brewers, with Patrick Corbin slipping to 0-8 at Chase this year.

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Problems started for Corbin early, as he had men on second and third with no outs. Both men came in on a pair of sacrifice fly. Though he wobbled his way through five, he was pulled without recording an out in the sixth inning. His final line was five innings of four-run ball, on eight hits and five walks, with five strikeouts. He wasn't helped by Evan Marshall allowing a three-run homer to Ryan Braun. Dominic Leone then received the same treatment later in the game, as the Arizona bullpen struggled again. Every pitcher used tonight bar Randall Delgado allowed at least an earned run - Milwaukee piled up 19 hits and 10 walks.

The offense couldn't really hope to compete with that. Arizona managed seven hits and couldn't even take advantage of the three errors committed by the Brewers. The D-backs only showed real signs of life in a four-run seventh, when Welington Castillo got his 12th home-run of the year, and Jean Segura notched his tenth. Both were two-run shots. Jake Lamb had two singles and walked, but you can be forgiven if you bailed on this one in favor of the 48kg women's weightlifting. I know we did. Preston, for his sins, will be along with the full recap in a bit.