Diamondbacks unload for six runs in first inning against Pirates

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Diamondbacks unload for six runs in first inning against Pirates
Diamondbacks unload for six runs in first inning against Pirates

Arizona State alum and Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Trevor Williams had a less than stellar start to his homecoming against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Tuesday, giving up five hits and six runs in the game's first half-inning. Outfielder Jon Jay got things going for the D-backs in his first at-bat, driving a single to left field. It was Jay's first hit since being acquired from the Kansas City Royals on June 6. Paul Goldschmidt followed Jay with a single of his own before Jake Lamb reached on a fielding error by Pirates first baseman Josh Bell. The error also allowed Jay to score for Arizona's first run of the inning. Goldschmidt was the next D-back to cross home plate thanks to a John

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