Diamondbacks wins with five homers

Diamondbacks wins with five homers

Paul Goldschmidt hit two of Arizona's five homers Sunday, and the Diamondbacks avoided the sweep by beating the Cincinnati Reds 9-2.
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Daniel Descalso, the Venezuelans Eduardo Escobar and David Peralta also contributed a home run each for Arizona, while Zack Godley threw two-run ball in six innings and two thirds. Goldschmidt finished with three hits and three RBIs and Peralta also boosted three touchdowns.
Godley (13-6) broke a tie with Zack Greinke with the most wins of the team. The right-hander received six hits and a passport, and struck out six to improve his mark to 5-0 with a 3.09 ERA in his last six starts away from home.
Dominican starter Luis Castillo (6-10) was the loser in a five-inning, two-thirds performance, allowing five hits, five runs and a walk, prescribing seven strikeouts.
For the Diamondbacks, the Venezuelans Peralta 3-1 with two runs scored and one produced, Escobar 1-1 with one run scored and two RBIs. The Dominican Ketel Marte of 4-0.
For the Reds, the Venezuelans José Peraza and Eugenio Suárez, both 4-2 with scored. The Colombian Dilson Herrera of 1-1. The Dominican Castillo 2-0.


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