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Diamondbacks 2, Padres 3

A largely forgettable game in Petco Park.

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Braden Shipley was sold through three innings, but allowed three runs in the bottom of the fourth, and that was the end of his night. Only two of the runs were earned, thanks to an error by Chris Owings; the other two came on a single, just after a mound visit by Mike Butcher. Who would have thought it? Shipley gave up six hits and a walks with three strikeouts. Patrick Corbin pitched well, with a pair of scoreless innings and - news flash - Dominic Leone now has an ERA below seven. Lock this man up to a long-term deal, stat. Steve Hathaway and Silvino Bracho combined for a scoreless eighth.

The Diamondbacks got two runs back in the seventh. Kyle Jensen got his first major-league triple (above) to drive in Arizona's first tally, and then scored himself as Phil Gosselin legged out an infield single. However, that was it for the D-backs. Yasmany Tomas did reach base three times, on two hits and a walk, and Arizona did get the tying run on the plate, in the top of the ninth, but Jake Lamb came off the bench to take strike three and end it. The offense were also the victims of some good defensive plays and some poor umpiring ones.

Piratedan7, pinch-recapping for Clefo, will be along in a bit with the full recap.