The Arizona Diamondbacks hope they're on the verge of turning things around at home.
Coming off one of their most productive games of the year, the Diamondbacks have a chance to win consecutive home series for the first time this season Wednesday night against the Colorado Rockies.
One night after being held to six hits in a 4-0 series-opening loss to Colorado, Arizona (26-30) pounded out a season-high 17 hits Tuesday en route to a 10-0 victory. Gerardo Parra had four hits including a homer while Jason Kubel drove in five runs.
Arizona's 51-30 home record last season was a big reason it won the NL West. The Diamondbacks are 11-16 at Chase Field in 2012, but have won four of their last six there.
"You have to play better at home in front of our fans," starting pitcher Joe Saunders, who took the loss in the series opener, told the Diamondbacks' official website. "They deserve better than this."
Kubel, who hit his fifth homer Tuesday, is 10 for 23 (.435) with two home runs and 10 ...