Greg Maddux was crushed over the span of 7 innings on Friday. He gave up 13 hits, and nine runs, all earned. Conor Jackson provided the thunderpower going 4-5 with a homer, two triples and a single, falling just a double short of the cycle. He drove in four, and scored three runs.
The Diamondbacks bats got going early and never looked back. Chris Young and Eric Byrnes opened the game with consecutive singles, followed two batters later by Jackson’s first triple of the game. Mark Reynolds and Justin Upton followed with two more singles, and after a Stephen Drew intentional walk, Chris Snyder cleared the bases with a double.
Upton went 3-4 in the game, his average now stands at .377. Byrnes and Snyder each had two hits in the game.
Not to be overshadowed, Dan Haren allowed three hits over 7.0 innings. His record now stands at 3-0 on the year, and has shown dominance in his change back to the NL.
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