Gregor Blanco tied the game with a two-run homer and Jake Lamb pushed the lead with a sacrifice fly in the seventh inning for the Arizona Diamondbacks to come from behind in a 5-4 win over the Phillies Of Philadelphia.
David Peralta hit three hits, including a triple and a single after Blanco’s second home run of the season against Aaron Nola (3-5) in the seventh inning. Peralta advanced to the anteroom with Paul Goldschmidt’s unstoppable against Pat Neshek and scored on Lamb’s elevation to center fielder.
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Patrick Corbin (6-6) allowed four runs – two clean – and five hits with five strikeouts in six innings to keep the win. Fernando Rodney retired the last three men to reach 19 saves.
The Venezuelan Odúbel Herrera had two hits and scored twice for the Phillies. The Dominican Maikel Franco towed two entries.
For the Diamondbacks, the Venezuelans Gregor Blanco of 5-2 with two produced and one annotated; David Peralta of 5-3 with a save.
For the Phillies, the Maikel Franco 4-1 with two RBIs. The Venezuelans Odúbel Herrera of 4-2 with two annotations; Freddy Galvis of 3-0.