After struggling at home for more than a month, the Arizona Diamondbacks are finally playing well at Chase Field.
The Diamondbacks can move above .500 there for the first time in almost two months with a seventh consecutive home victory Tuesday night against the Seattle Mariners.
Arizona (33-34) went 21 straight innings without a run before scoring three times in the first of Monday's 7-1 win over Seattle. Second baseman Aaron Hill became the fifth player in Diamondbacks history to hit for the cycle and Justin Upton drove in two runs.
"It was nice for us to jump out early and nice to get a win," said Hill, the first Arizona player to hit for the cycle since Kelly Johnson on July 23, 2010.
The Diamondbacks have won nine of 11 at Chase Field following a stretch there where they dropped 14 of 17. With a 16-16 record in the desert, Arizona has a chance to surpass the .500 mark at home for the first time since it was 6-5 on April 23.
"They've got a good attitude," said manager Kirk ...