Seattle 5, Arizona 2
Tommy Henry’s first inning struggles were enough to sink the Diamondbacks on Friday night. Henry recovered to throw five more shutout innings, but Arizona’s offense was unable to overcome the four-run deficit.
Arizona Offense Gives No Support
Tommy Henry allowed four runs in the first. That in itself will make it hard to win games. But the lefty settled in and threw up five zeros while the Arizona offense continued to struggle to score runs. Arizona’s only runs in this game came from two runners scoring on a wild pitch. The offense needs to do better.
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