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Diamondbacks first. G.Parra tripled to centre. Prado singled to right, G.Parra scored. Goldschmidt struck out. Montero singled to centre, Prado to second. Hill hit into a double play, shortstop Al.Ramirez to second baseman Beckham to first baseman A.Dunn, Montero out.

1 run, 3 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. Diamondbacks 1, White Sox 0.

Diamondbacks fifth. Pollock singled to centre. Pennington popped out to second baseman Beckham. G.Parra homered to right on a 0-1 count, Pollock scored. Prado singled to centre. Goldschmidt grounded out, third baseman Gillaspie to first baseman A.Dunn, Prado to second. Montero was intentionally walked. Hill lined out to right fielder Sierra.

2 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. Diamondbacks 3, White Sox 0.

White Sox sixth. Al.Ramirez lined out to right fielder G.Parra. Sierra homered to left on a full count. Flowers walked on four pitches. . Thatcher pitching. De Aza struck out. Beckham singled to left, Flowers to second. On Thatcher's wild pitch, Flowers to third, Beckham to second. Gillaspie grounded out, second baseman Hill to first baseman Goldschmidt.

1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. Diamondbacks 3, White Sox 1.

Diamondbacks ninth. Prado flied out to right fielder Sierra. Goldschmidt safe at first on A.Dunn's error. Montero homered to right on a 2-2 count, Goldschmidt scored. Hill struck out. . S.Downs pitching. E.Chavez grounded out, shortstop Al.Ramirez to first baseman A.Dunn.

2 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, 0 left on. Diamondbacks 5, White Sox 1.

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