I hesitate to say the Diamondbacks’ offense actually showed up today, as they only managed four hits today, but they took advantage of every opportunity they had. They ended up with five runs, one unearned, all of them off Reds’ starter Luis Castillo. I would have liked to see a bit more production beyond the four hits they got, but they added in four walks and made it work.
On the flip side, the pitchers, lead by Zach Godley, did a great job. Godley struggled in the first, throwing a lot of pitches, but got out of it with only run and really settled down, managing to go six innings and only gave up two runs. The A-Bullpen came in and did their thing in almost a month, with Brad Boxberger coming in for the first time in almost a week and getting the save. Full recap to follow shortly!