SD 0 0 2 5 2 0 0 0 1 10
Ari 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
Date of game: 5/25/2013
Game Log
Bottom Inning 9
Gerardo Parra singled to right. Runner on first with one out and Brad Ziegler due up.

Bottom Inning 8
Miguel Montero walked. Runner on first with two outs and Martin Prado due up.

Top Inning 8
Pinch-Hitter Jesus Guzman flied out to right. None on with two outs and Chris Denorfia due up.

Bottom Inning 7
Paul Goldschmidt struck out looking to end the inning.

Bottom Inning 7
Pinch-Hitter Josh Wilson singled to center. Runner on first with none out and Gerardo Parra due up.

Top Inning 7
Kyle Blanks lined out to right. None on with two outs and Yonder Alonso due up.

Top Inning 4
Nick Hundley singled to left center. On the play, Yonder Alonso advances to third. Runners on first and third with two outs and Andrew Cashner due up.

Top Inning 4
Kyle Blanks flied out to center. Runner on second with two outs and Yonder Alonso due up.

Bottom Inning 3
Eric Chavez sacrifice fly to left scored Didi Gregorius. Runner on first with one out and Cody Ross due up.

Bottom Inning 1
Gerardo Parra singled to right. Runner on first with none out and Didi Gregorius due up.

Top Inning 1
Everth Cabrera stole second. Runner on second with two outs and Carlos Quentin at the plate.

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