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Diamondbacks 3, Giants 11

At least this defeat took about two hours less than last night.

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The game was effectively over after the San Francisco Giants scored four times off Archie Bradley in the third inning to take a 5-0 lead. That was also the last frame for Bradley, who allowed eight hits and a pair of walks with three strikeouts. Patrick Corbin worked three solid and scoreless innings of relief, but this went downhill again thereafter. Zack Godley allowed two runs in an inning and Silvino Bracho retired one batter and was charged with four runs. Dominic Leone worked 1.2 scoreless innings - where was that last night, when we actually needed it? - but the supposedly offensively-challenged Giants pounded out 19 hits.

The D-backs had little to show against Johnny Cueto until Peter O'Brien smacked his fifth home-run of the season, off the bench in the third, to put Arizona on the board. But the home team managed only five hits and three walks, and had just three hits with runners in scoring position all night. Brandon Drury reached base three times, on a hit and a pair of walks, and Yasmany Tomas padded his stats with a solo home-run in the ninth inning, his 28th of the season.

The beercap will up later, once Mrs. SnakePit's relatives have left. :)