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The former Diamondback was one of the 10 Padres runners to score. (Matt York, AP)
The Padres continue to be a thorn in the side of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
One night after it appeared Arizona have exercised their demons, San Diego put a beat down on the Snakes, as they defeated Arizona 10-4 on Saturday night.
Wade Miley for second time in his last three starts gave up at least six runs. Miley was unable to pitch past the fourth inning and gave up seven runs and had only one strikeout.
The main reason Miley struggled was that he was struck in the back by a comebacker off the bat of Jedd Gyorko in the fourth inning. The left-hander never seemed to recover.
Arizona came out swinging on offense in the first inning on a two-run homer from Eric Chavez. Paul Goldschmidt hit a single that scored one run in the third inning and Chavez added to his RBI total with a sacrifice fly in the third as well to end the scoring for the D-Backs.
Andrew Cashner didn’t start out well, but settled down as the game continued. He went six innings and allowed nine hits and four runs to grab another win.
The Padres offense erupted for five runs in the fourth inning. For the second straight game, Everth Cabrera showed some power with a two-run homer in the third inning.
The fourth inning saw Yonder Alonso single in a run and then Cashner got a single to plate another run. Chris Denorfia hit a double that scored one and Cabrera hit another double that scored two more runs. The fifth inning saw Nick Hundley single in a pair of runs. Alonso finished off the Friars scoring with hit by pitch in the ninth inning that scored a run.
Arizona will send their ace Patrick Corbin to earn the series victory. He will be opposed by Padres starter Jason Marquis.
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