Henry threw 95 pitches, 63 for strikes. He was in total command for the entire outing. The best pitch for him tonight was the changeup. He threw 21 of them and got six swing and miss and a lot of soft contact. Talking about the pitch after the game Henry was able to articulate exactly what he was trying to do.
The win was the Diamondbacks’ fourth in a row, running their record to 33-23. It marks the first time they have been 10 games over .500 since Sept. 8, 2018.
Pavin Smith reached base five times and scored two runs, Corbin Carroll had two hits and two RBIs and Christian Walker connected for the 100th home run of his career, helping the Diamondbacks secure a series victory over the Rockies with a chance at a rare four-game sweep on Thursday afternoon.
“Everything was working off of Tommy tonight,” D-backs manager Torey Lovullo said. “It was a great outing for him. He just filled the strike zone, had a ton of swing and miss with the secondary stuff and followed a great game plan.”
Tommy Henry tossed an absolute gem tonight.— Bally Sports Arizona (@BALLYSPORTSAZ) June 1, 2023
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