Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the Detroit Tigers 11-7 in Phoenix on Sunday, with Daulton Varsho hitting a three-run home run in six innings with five runs.
Carson Kelly was also an Arizona home run. Arizona erupted with 13 hits after averaging 2.2 runs when losing the skid. Pavin Smith scored the highest RBI in his career with 3 RBIs, David Peralta scored 3 RBIs, and Joshua Rojas scored 2 RBIs and 2 RBIs.
Detroit fired a 433-foot shot at the left fielder, J.B. Eric Haase's three home runs from Wendelken (2-1) drew the match 6-6 at the top of the top of the fifth inning.
Barsho finished his big inning with a three-run shot to the right fielder, his tenth home run this season.
Detroit started scoring in Willi Castro's second two-run triple against Dallas Keuchel, who made his D-back debut after signing with the club earlier this month.
Geraldo Perdomo scored after Riley Greene had a diving catch on Christian Walker's center fielder and Peralta lined up to finish the inning.
Robbie Grossman became a single with a two-out run at the top of the top of the fourth inning to lead the Tigers 3-2. Arizona then replied with three runs in the lower half.
Brisky gave up the two RBI single to Rojas and was replaced by Alex Lange. Alex Lange has gone from Smith's two-run single to a center fielder.
Brisky surrendered 5 runs with 5 hits in 32/3 innings with 3 walks and 2 strikeouts.
Keuchel departed after a one-fifth walk on the green and was replaced by Wendelken. After walking Spencer Torkelson, Wendelken hit Haas's three home runs.
Keuchel allowed his first start at the Chicago White Sox since May 26, with 6 hits and 4 runs in 41/3 innings. He took 3 steps and hit 7.
The Tigers recorded their ninth run against Mark Melancon. Detroit shortstop Javier Baez hit 9 games in a row, 0-4.
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