It's unlikely the Arizona Diamondbacks will complete an improbable run to the postseason, but at the very least they will go down fighting.
They seek their sixth victory in seven tries Sunday when they play the third of four games against the host Colorado Rockies.
Arizona (76-75) remained 4 12 games behind St. Louis for the NL's second wild-card spot with an 8-7 victory over Colorado on Saturday, as four players had two hits.
Aaron Hill tripled and finished with four RBIs for the Diamondbacks, who have outscored opponents 47-24 while winning five of six.
"We're not out of it. We've still got a little time left," said outfielder Jason Kubel, who had two hits to end a 0-for-21 slump. "If we keep this up hopefully we put more pressure on teams in front of us, but we've got to keep it up ourselves."
Arizona starter Ian Kennedy is doing his best to keep his team in the hunt.
Kennedy (14-11, 4.08 ERA) has been especially solid over his last two starts, allowing four hits in 7 1-3 i...