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Sat, April 18
AT&T Park
Arizona Diamondbacks
San Francisco Giants


W: C. Heston (2-1)
R. De La Rosa (2-1)
S. Casilla (4)

Home Runs

ARI - D. Peralta (2)  
- B. Crawford (3)


Wed Apr 8
L 5 - 2SF
Fri Apr 10
W 4 - 3LAD
Sat Apr 11
W 6 - 0LAD
Sun Apr 12
L 7 - 4LAD
Mon Apr 13
W 8 - 4at SD
Tue Apr 14
L 5 - 1at SD
Wed Apr 15
L 3 - 2at SD
Thu Apr 16
W 7 - 6at SF
Fri Apr 17
W 9 - 0at SF
Sat Apr 18
L 4 - 1at SF
4:05 pm EDT
at SF
9:40 pm EDT
Tue Apr 21
9:40 pm EDT
Wed Apr 22
9:40 pm EDT
Fri Apr 24
8:10 pm EDT
Sat Apr 25
4:10 pm EDT
Sun Apr 26
9:40 pm EDT
Mon Apr 27
9:40 pm EDT
Tue Apr 28
9:40 pm EDT
Wed Apr 29
10:10 pm EDT
Fri May 1
at LAD


Los Angeles5-38-3
San Diego7-57-5
San Francisco4-94-9
Diamondacks outfielder David Peralta rips second home run Saturday
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Diamondbacks outfielder David Peralta went 1 for 4 at the plate in Arizona's 4-1 loss to the Giants Saturday.

Peralta did his damage in the fourth inning, ripping a 2-0 pitch from Chris Heston over the right field wall for a solo home run, his second of the season. Peralta is now hitting .267 in 30 at-bats this season.

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D'backs pitcher Rubby De La Rosa strikes out seven in losing effort
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Diamondbacks pitcher Rubby De La Rosa allowed four runs, three earned, on nine hits in Arizona's 4-1 loss to the Giants Saturday.

De La Rosa ran into trouble in the first, when he gave up a leadoff double to Nori Aoki, who was driven in by Joe Panik on a single. He gave up another run in the third inning on a Buster Posey RBI single, driving in Joe Panik. 

"He just left too many pitches up," D-backs manager Chip Hale said. "Once he started pitching down, he had some success. He battled. He gave up four runs -- tonight it wasn't good enough, but he's getting better each time out. It's improvement."

De La Rosa then gave up a two-run homer to Brandon Crawford in the fourth before settling down. De La Rosa, now 2-1, boasts a 6.00 ERA on the year. He will look to get back on track Saturday against the Pirates.

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D'backs pitcher Daniel Hudson looking to throw back-to-back days
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson may not have pitched back-to-back games yet this season, but he feels confident he can if needed, reports AZCentral.com.

"I think that's honestly helped me out to bounce back better mentally, and it's helped my arm, too," Hudson said. "Having gone through what I've gone through the last 2 1/2 years, I knew most of it was going to be mental. The thought of something bad happening was always going to be in the back of my mind. But that last outing, knowing I could get to that point and my arm not fall off, it kind of took a lot of pressure off me."

Hudson has thrown 4 2/3 scoreless innings so far this season with one strikeout and no walks.

"I don't think there's ever going to be a day anymore where they're not asking me how I'm feeling," Hudson said. "It's just kind of communicating with them whether or not I can go every night and luckily they've been able to not let me go back to back, but I feel like I could do it if needed because my arm has been bouncing back so well, knock on wood."

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Diamondbacks' Chris Owings looking to find a rhythm at the plate
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Diamondbacks second baseman Chris Owings produced his first multi-hit game of the season Friday against the Giants, producing what he hopes is the spark of an offensive outburst, reports MLB.com.

"A lot of good stuff happened last night," Owings said. "It was one of those nights to kind of get out there and relax a little bit. I put a lot of pressure on myself and I just kind of watched guys have some good ABs and just tried to do the same thing and not try to do too much up there."

Owings is hitting just .152 in 33 at-bats this season, but manager Chip Hale knows he will figure it out eventually.

"We knew he could hit," Hale said. "He knows he could hit. He never let it bother his defense, which is huge for me and the team. Hopefully that'll get him going a little bit numbers-wise. But he's had good at-bats and he's going to keep battling."

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Diamondbacks outfielder A.J. Pollock out of the lineup Saturday
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Diamondbacks outfielder A.J. Pollock is out of the starting lineup for Saturday's game against the Giants, with Mark Trumbo starting in right field, the team announced. 

Pollock, who has started nine of the team's first 11 games, will get the day off as the team faces righty Chris Heston. Pollock is hitting well at the plate to begin the year, posting a .333/.422/.487 slash line in 45 plate appearances.

The Diamondbacks are currently the underdogs (+145) against the Giants.

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGEnder Inciarte , CF.395
HRPaul Goldschmidt , 1B4
RBIPaul Goldschmidt , 1B13
OBPEnder Inciarte , CF.435
SLGPaul Goldschmidt , 1B.634
REnder Inciarte , CF11
SBPaul Goldschmidt , 1B2
WRubby De La Rosa , SP2
ERAArchie Bradley , SP1.42
WHIPArchie Bradley , SP0.87
KChase Anderson , SP11
SVAddison Reed , RP1
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