Drury led a comeback and D-backs hit Brewers

Zack Godley admitted two hits in 6 innings and two-thirds, Brandon Drury hit a two-run homer and the Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 3-2 on Saturday.

King Fuentes hit a three-pointer and scored for the Diamondbacks, who finished their nine-game winning streak against the Brewers on Friday.

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Hernan Perez drove the two Milwaukee races with his second homer on so many nights.

Godley (2-1) admitted two runs, struck out four, gave a ticket and hit a batter. Andew Chafin, Archie Bradley and Fernando Rodney kept the Brewers blank as relievers.

Domingo Santana received a ticket at the start of the Brewers, but was pulled out by Chris Iannetta when he tried to steal the second and Rodney took his 16th save in 19 attempts.

Junior (1-1) admitted three runs on five hits in six innings, a good start for Milwaukee.

For the Brewers, Dominican Domingo Santana of 2-0. Venezuelans Jes Aguilar 3-0 with an annotated; Hernán Pérez of 3-1 with an annotated and two towed; 3-0 Manny Piña; Orlando Arcia of 3-1; Junior War of 1-0.

For the Diamondbacks, Venezuelan David Peralta 4-0.