Diamondbacks: LHP Patrick Corbin (2-4, 3.89 ERA), coming off a rough outing in Colorado, gets the start for Arizona and RHP Tyler Glasnow (1-2, 6.33) goes for the Pirates in the second game of the series Friday night.
#Dbacks manager Torey Lovullo says he believes simply got away from Pirates pitcher. "Anytime there's head trauma, anytime there's something that hits you in that area, you're never comfortable until a diagnosis has been made so we're using every precaution to make sure that he's OK".
Iannetta walked of the field under his own power with trainers on either side of him, and one holding a towel up to his face to catch the dripping blood.
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Some of the shine from Arizona's third straight win was lost when catcher Chris Iannetta was hit in the face by a pitch from Pirates reliever Johnny Barbato to start the bottom of the seventh. "It was a really impressive effort", Lovullo said. "I've got a pretty good routine going in the cage and on the field, and it's translating into the game", Drury said.
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Goldschmidt suffered a broken wrist when he was struck by a pitch from Ernesto Frieri on August 1, 2014, and the D-Backs got McCutchen in the back in the ninth inning the next day, forcing him onto the disabled list. The next day, Pirates star Andrew McCutchen was drilled in the back with a fastball. "When I say that, it sounds light because I have no idea what he felt". A 93-mph fastball running up and in and virtually no time to react.
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Seattle used two singles and a wild pitch to put runners at second and third with one out in the seventh, but couldn't break the deadlock. Over his 27.0 innings and 1-2 record this year, Glasnow has a 6.33 ERA and 28 Ks.
In this home stand, Drury, Goldschmidt and the offense received a boot from David Peralta, who chipped in with a 3-for-5 night Friday and now sports a.308 season batting average.
"That was scary", Pirates catcher Chris Stewart said.