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D-back’s De La Rosa quiets Brewers’ bats

PHOENIX -- Arizona right-hander Rubby De La Rosa threw eight scoreless innings and the Diamondbacks scored all of the runs he needed in the first inning in a 2-0 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers at Chase Field on Saturday.

PHOENIX - Arizona right-hander Rubby De La Rosa threw eight scoreless innings and the Diamondbacks scored all of the runs he needed in the first inning in a 2-0 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers at Chase Field on Saturday.
De La Rosa (8-5) gave up four hits, walked two and struck out six, giving up only one hit after the third inning. His 100th pitch was timed at 97 mph.
Arizona first baseman Paul Goldschmidt doubled in a run off right-hander Taylor Jungmann with one out in the first inning, and third baseman Jake Lamb singled in Goldschmidt with two outs.
Goldschmidt leads the majors with 74 RBIs.
Brad Ziegler gave up two two-out singles and walked pinch hitter Khris Davis in the ninth inning before striking out left fielder Gerardo Parra for his 16th save as the Diamondbacks (45-51) won for the third time in 12 games.
Rookie Jungmann (5-2) gave up four hits and two runs in six innings while striking out seven and walking four. He threw a career-high 107 pitches in his ninth major-league start.
Milwaukee (43-55) got only three runners as far as third base while losing for the third time in their last four games.
Lamb had two hits - the only player on either side with more than one.
De La Rosa pitched before a festive crowd of 34,957. Randy Johnson bobbleheads were distributed before the game, and Johnson’s career highlights were shown on the center field video board between innings. Johnson will be inducted into the Hall of Fame today.
Left fielder Ender Inciarte doubled to lead off Arizona’s two-run first inning before being picked off second base. Pollock walked and scored when Goldschmidt doubled off the base of the right-field fence.
After catcher Welington Castillo was hit by a pitch with two outs, third baseman Jake Lamb singled in Goldschmidt for a 2-0 lead.
Milwaukee had runners on second base in each of the first two innings but did not score against De La Rosa. Jungmann and Parra singled to open the third before De La Rosa got catcher Jonathan Lucroy to hit into a double play.
r Brewers RHP Wily Peralta will be activated from the disabled list for a Tuesday start in San Francisco, manager Craig Counsell said. With RHP Kyle Lohse scheduled to start Monday, the Brewers will go with a six-man rotation for the immediate future, Counsell said. Peralta, 1-5 with a 4.00 ERA, has been on the disabled list since May 15 because of a strained oblique muscle.
Late Friday
Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun homered and right-hander Jimmy Nelson pitched seven scoreless innings in the Brewers’ 2-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on Friday.
Braun homered to lead off the sixth inning off left-hander Patrick Corbin as Nelson (8-9) won the fifth time in his last six starts.
Nelson gave up five hits and struck out five while walking three as Milwaukee (43-54) won for the fifth time in seven games.
Brewers pinch-hitter Gerardo Parra singled in the ninth inning, moved up on a sacrifice and a groundout, and scored on a wild pitch for a 2-0 lead.
Right-hander Francisco Rodriguez gave up a triple to second baseman Chris Owings and a one-out sacrifice fly in the ninth inning before recording his 22nd save

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