The Padres' offense has been feast or famine of late. The Diamondbacks are hoping Patrick Corbin can make it more of the latter.
Corbin looks to continue his recent dominance and beat the Padres for the third time in as many meetings this season Sunday.
San Diego (47-58) has alternated wins and losses over the past five games, batting .345 with 28 runs in those three victories and .131 with one run in the defeats. That disparity has been on display in this series at Chase Field, as the Padres had three homers in Saturday's 12-3 win after being held to three hits in a 10-0 loss in the series opener.
Corbin (12-1, 2.31 ERA) will try to quiet the Padres' bats again. The left-hander has won both starts against them this season, yielding five runs -- four earned -- in 13 innings. He enters this matchup in impressive form, having won three straight starts, all at home, behind a 1.31 ERA with 26 strikeouts in 20 23 innings.
Corbin battled through his latest outing Tuesday, throwing 96 ...