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we were playing, Diamondbacks starter Archie Bradley said. We are still grinding. We are still trying to put it together.Arizon Antworten

PHOENIX -- The Arizona Diamondbacks appeared to be ready for a run back into playoff contention after a successful road trip that included a sweep of the Philadelphia Phillies.A trip back home turned out to be just what they didnt need.The Diamondbacks blew a late three-run lead and were swept at home by the Phillies for the first time in 10 years after a 9-8 loss in 10 innings on Wednesday.We felt really good coming home from the road trip, the way we were playing, Diamondbacks starter Archie Bradley said. We are still grinding. We are still trying to put it together.Arizona went 7-3 on a trip that included a sweep of the Phillies, but returned home to struggle again at Chase Field, where they are 13-28.Jake Lamb hit a three-run homer in the first inning and the Diamondbacks took a 7-4 lead on Paul Goldschmidts two-run double in the seventh. Daniel Hudson struggled in the eighth and the Phillies scored four runs to take the lead back.The Diamondbacks fought back in the bottom half, tying it on Jean Seguras infield single, but they allowed Jeanmar Gomez (3-2) to escape a jam in the ninth.Peter Bourjos, who earlier had a two-run homer, hit a two-out single off Silvino Bracho (0-2) in the 10th and moved to third on Cody Asches single. Pinch-hitter Tyler Goeddel followed with a line drive to right field for a sacrifice fly and the go-ahead run.Brett Oberholtzer gave up a one-out single in the 10th, but got the final two outs for his first career save.Asche had three RBI, Cesar Hernandez finished with four of Philadelphias 17 hits and the Phillies won for the fourth time in five games.When we left Philly, we became a different team, Phillies manager Pete Mackanin said. Im hoping we can take this momentum and build on it.Phillies starter Zach Eflin struggled early before settling into a rhythm.Lamb, who hit a solo homer in Tuesdays loss to the Phillies, hit his ninth homer in June in the first inning off the rookie right-hander, a three-run shot to center.Segura added a sacrifice fly in the second inning, but Eflin retired 10 of the next 11 batters.Eflin allowed four runs -- three earned -- six hits and struck out three in six innings.I felt good, Eflin said. After the first and second innings, I was really locked in, pitching inside and keeping them guessing.Bradley was sharp in his previous two starts, allowing a run in 11 innings.The right-hander gave up more than that in the first inning against the Phillies, when Bourjos hit a towering two-run homer to left.Eflin hit a leadoff double against Bradley in the fifth inning for his first major league hit and later scored his first run on Asches double that pulled Philadelphia to 4-3.Bradley allowed three runs and eight hits and struck out four in six innings.Minus the first two batters of the game, he said. I was able to settle in and get through six and leave with us having the lead.NUMBERSSeven of Lambs last nine homers have either tied the game or put Arizona ahead. ... The Phillies swept Arizona for first time at Chase Field since a three-game series June 5-7, 2006. ... Bourjos is hitting 24 for 51 his last 17 games. ... Arizonas Michael Bourn has at least two hits in four of his past six games after going 4 for 5.TRAINERS ROOMPhillies: Top prospect Mark Appel, the first overall pick in the 2013 draft by Houston, is out for the season after having surgery to remove a bone spur from his right elbow.Diamondbacks: Arizona had no update on Zack Greinke a day after the right-hander strained his left oblique and left after two innings against the Phillies. Manager Chip Hale said the team should have a better idea by Friday.UP NEXTPhillies: Jeremy Hellickson could be making one of his last starts for Philadelphia against Kansas City on Friday with contending teams expected to be interested in the right-hander at the trade deadline.Diamondbacks: RHP Shelby Miller will be making his first start at Chase Field since May 18, and third overall since returning from the DL (sprained right index finger) when he faces the San Francisco Giants on Friday night. 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Air Max 98 Outlet . Gerald Green and Miles Plumlee? Green had bounced around the NBA when he wasnt playing overseas. The Pacers gave up on Plumlee after just one season. Now Green and Plumlee are key cogs in the Suns surprising breakout season. FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- With a pair of long touchdown passes, Boston College picked up its first victory in almost a year and may have changed its reputation as a run-first offense in the process.Patrick Towles hit former quarterback Jeff Smith on back-to-back, one-play TD drives, and substitute Mike Knoll connected on a pair of field goals on Saturday as the Eagles beat Massachusetts 26-7 for their first win in 10 games.BC was trailing 7-0 late in the second quarter when Towles, taking over at the UMass 46-yard line, found Smith on the first play of the drive. After the Minutemen fumbled at their own 36, Towles again hit Smith on the first play to give the Eagles the lead for good.Totally turned the game around, BC coach Steve Addazio said. Now we have the ability to go and strike it (big).BC has long been known as a rushing team, sending backs like Heisman Trophy finalist Andre Williams to the NFL, along with enough run-blockers to staff a couple of offensive lines. But when Addazio saw UMass trying to crowd the line of scrimmage to take away the ground game, he decided it was time to go for it.People dont expect those shots on first down, especially from us, said Towles, who completed 12 of 22 passes for 191 yards for the Eagles (1-1) and also ran 12 times for 66 yards. Well take that.Smith had five catches for 98 yards, and Jon Hilliman ran 22 times for 54 yards and a 15-yard touchdown for BC, which last won on Sept. 25, 2015, against Northern Illinois. The Eagles lost their final eight games last season and their opener last week, 17-14 to Georgia Tech in Ireland.You need to enjoy the wins, Addazio said. This is a tough game, a tough business were all in. This easily could have been a different scenario, when youre coming off what we came off of.Colton Lichtenberg missed a pair of short field goals last week; Addazio said he was unavailable on Saturday because of a strain in his kicking leg. Knoll, who had been used exclusively in kickoffs, missed his first point-after attempt but converted the second time to make it 13-7.He added third-quarter field goals of 40 and 37 yards.Its unfortuunate Colton went down, Knoll said.ddddddddddddBut hell be back and well all be kicking lights out.UMass (0-2) put a scare into No. 25 Florida last week, trailing just 10-7 into the fourth quarter. Returning to their sometime home at Gillette Stadium, the Minutemen took a 7-0 lead on a 58-yard pass from Ross Comis to Adam Breneman late in the first quarter.Comis went 11 of 28 for 145 yards and a touchdown. But he also had a pair of first-half fumbles and threw an interception in the third quarter; the turnovers led to 10 BC points.I can give you the old adage, `Ill look at the tape. But, yeah, he lost the game, UMass coach Mark Whipple said. As the quarterback, you dont like to lose. Weve only got two touchdowns in two games.NICE TO BE HEREWith BCs kicking troubles the past few years, Knoll was one of the players requested to the postgame interview area.Yeah, you dont get called up very often. Its good, Knoll said, breaking into a smile. Thanks for bringing me in.Reminded that a kicker is usually asked to speak after missing a field goal, he said: Yeah, thats true. Thats the life we chose.SETTLE DOWNThe Eagles trailed 7-0 and had just 55 total yards in the opening quarter. The touchdowns 84 seconds apart in the second quarter helped the offense relax, Smith said.Being down, that was a real surprise, he said. But I think scoring those two touchdowns quick, really picked (us) up and helped the defense, too. It really gave us confidence to come out in the second half.THE TAKEAWAYBC: In light of BCs struggles to win in the conference, finishing off the Minutemen gives them an FBS win before heading into the ACC opener against Virginia Tech next week.UMASS: After staying close against No. 25 Florida, the Minutemen put another scare into a major college team. But Whipples independent team needs to finish off a victory if it is going to attract an invitation from a conference.UP NEXTBC: Plays at Virginia Tech on Saturday.UMASS: Hosts Florida International on Saturday. ' ' '



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