Diamondbacks Break Out of Slump With 18-2 Win Over Giants

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Diamondbacks Break Out of Slump With 18-2 Win Over Giants
Diamondbacks Break Out of Slump With 18-2 Win Over Giants

The Arizona Diamondbacks took out a week of frustrations on San Francisco's pitching staff. Ildemaro Vargas had five hits and a home run, Adam Jones added four hits and a homer, and the Diamondbacks broke out of a slump in a big way, beating the Giants 18-2 on Friday night in the highest-scoring game in 20 seasons at San Francisco's waterfront ballpark. “We needed it,” said bench coach Jerry Narron, who filled in for manager Torey Lovullo. “Everybody knew we were going to break out at some point and someone would pay for it. Tonight was the night. Hopefully everybody can relax a little bit and swing the bat more aggressively.” Arizona had been held to 12 runs during a five-game losing streak

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