Arizona vs Philadelphia Tue, Jun 11
|*Community||PHI -140 72%||u/9 60%|
*Consensus from 3125 predictions.
|4059th||Earned Run Average||4.5116th|
Arizona has found a nice groove right now. Their pitching is still needing work but it appears to be coming around. I'll take them again today.
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Both teams showed yesterday that they can leave the yard early and often. From the very first pitch the tone was set in this series as a slugfest. While Philly is much better at home the Diamondbacks are great on the road. Plus Arizona has dominated this series as of late, winning seven of the last nine meetings and nine of their last 10 match ups in Philladelphia. We also note that Jake Arrieta has not been sharp as of late and the DBacks have been starting to put up big numbers as of late. Duplantier is inexperienced but he does have good stuff and should be able to keep the Phillies from exploding.60%
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Arrieta has been struggling as of late and the DBacks have been heating up at the plate as of late. Duplantier has good stuff and should be able to keep the Phillies off-balance.
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Duplantier has just the two starts to his credit this year, and has mostly been good in a relief capacity otherwise. In his two starts Duplantier has given up five earned in 10 innings. As for Arrieta, hes had it rough over his last pair with 10 earned in 9.2 innings on 17 hits (and five homers given up). Hes been pretty spotty since late-April or so in all honesty. Duplantier doesnt have a lot of big-league experience but has looked good in his small sample and Arrieta looks to be losing a step. I think the Diamondbacks have a good shot to win this game and at +125 on your money, the value is with the D-backs in this spot.50%
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Philadelphia Phillies (70% consensus). The Arizona Diamondbacks and Philadelphia Phillies didn't wait until next month to participate in the Home Run Derby, as the former belted a franchise-best eight and the teams combined for 13 to set a Major League Baseball record in the series opener. The Diamondbacks aim to continue their recent mastery in Philadelphia on Tuesday when they play the second contest of the three-game set versus the Phillies... http://bit.ly/2J4p18P
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Phillies Nation: Phillies need Jake Arrieta to step up and cool off hot Dbacks
The Philadelphia Phillies (37-29) and Arizona Diamondbacks (35-32) will meet again on Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park. Last night the two clubs combined for 13 home runs to set a new Major League Baseball record.
Whereas Monday night's tilt was delayed at the outside by rain on what was a dreary weather day in the Philly area, today will be just the opposite. Clear skies and steady breeze will be the conditions under which they will play on Tuesday evening.
For the Phillies, it will mark the first time since late April that they open a game not sitting alone on top of the National League East Division standings.
Phillies Nation: Diamondbacks power past Phillies in series-opening slugfest
The Philadelphia Phillies (37-29) are no longer all alone in first place in the National League East Division standings. After being crushed by a 13-8 score on Monday night by the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks (35-32) at Citizens Bank Park, the Phillies now find themselves tied at the top with the Atlanta Braves.
This marks the first time since April 25 that the Phillies were not at the top of the division by themselves. The Braves crushed the Pittsburgh Pirates tonight in Atlanta by 13-7 to earn the tie. It was a fourth consecutive win for the Braves, the fifth win in a row for the Dbacks, and the Phillies second straight loss.
CBS Philly: Phillies, Diamondbacks Combine For MLB Record 13 Home Runs In Arizona's 13-8 Win
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The Arizona Diamondbacks got to play Home Run Derby in Philly.
The Diamondbacks hit three straight home runs to open the game and finished with a team-record eight in a 13-8 win over the Philadelphia Phillies in a homer-happy game on Monday night.
Scott Kingery hit two of Philadelphia's five home runs for the combined MLB record of 13 homers in one game.
On most nights, five would be enough to win a game. But not this one in steamy Philly, where the Diamondbacks turned it into extended batting practice.
Jarrod Dyson, Ketel Marte and David Peralta hit the dinger, tater and long ball all in a row off Jerad Eickhoff in the first inning to get the record romp rolling .
The Good Phight: And YOU get a home run! Diamondbacks 13, Phillies 8
The Diamondbacks unleashed a record-setting barrage of power against the Phillies pitching staff on Monday night, clubbing eight home runs in a 13-8 victory. It was clear from the very first pitch that this might not be the Phillies' night. Jarrod Dyson sent Jerad Eickhoff's first offering into the stands, and Ketel Marte followed that with a blast of his own. One batter later, David Peralta completed the trifecta.
It's hard to believe, but there was a time when the game was actually trending the Phillies' direction.
AZ Snake Pit: Arizona Diamondbacks 13, Philadelphia Phillies 8: Everyone Gets a Run
The Arizona Diamondbacks came off a great series against the Toronto Blue Jays where it seemed everything was working rather well. We got Kevin Cron and Christian Walker in the same lineup (I know right??), a great Zach Greinke performance and W's. As the Diamondbacks came into the city of brotherly love and put up 13 runs, while also somewhat falling apart in the last two innings.