Down in the standings or down to their last out, the Arizona Diamondbacks found a way to rally all season, riding their comebacks back into the playoffs.
After two lackluster games in Milwaukee, the Diamondbacks need one last big comeback or it's going to be a short return to the postseason.
Trailing the bashing-and-bunting Brewers 2-0 in the NLDS, Arizona returns home for Game 3 Tuesday night, sending out rookie right-hander Josh Collmenter to face Milwaukee righty Shaun Marcum in what should be a raucous atmosphere at Chase Field.
''I think it's good that we came from behind all year,'' Diamondbacks third baseman Ryan Roberts said Monday. ''There's no panic mode here.''
There at least has to be concern.
Arizona put up a monster May after falling behind 6 1-2 games in April and mastered the art of the comeback, rallying to win a majors-high 48 times on its way to the NL West title.
Unable to catch the Brewers in the regular season to secure home-field advantage, the Diamondba...