Zack Godley continued to show what he should remain in the rotation, delivering his sixth consecutive quality start. There was only one brief wobble: it came with two outs in the fourth, where Godley hit one batter and then immediately allowed a two-run bomb to left. But that was all the damage he allowed, working 6.2 innings and allowing only one other hit and a walk.
For a long time, it looked like that might be enough for the Brewers, as the D-backs were unable to take advantage of some early wildness by the Milwaukee starter. For instance, he walked the first two in the third inning, but a fly-ball and double-play ended the threat. Arizona got one run closer in the fifth, Rey Fuentes being called safe at home after an umpre review. But with two outs in the sixth, Chris Owings singled and Brandon Drury swatted a go-ahead homer, his sixth of the year.
Andrew Chafin, Archie Bradley and Fernando Rodney took things the rest of the way, and the D-backs evened the series, setting up the rubber game tomorrow.