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It wasn’t pretty, but hte Diamondbacks took game two against the White Sox Tuesday evening to secure another series win.

MLB: Chicago White Sox at Arizona Diamondbacks Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Chicago White Sox 4, Arizona 5

Home runs by Jake Lamb in the first inning and Chris Herrmann in the fifth helped the Diamondbacks defeat the White Sox. Patrick Corbin was serviceable in his outing, turning in a statistical quality start.

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