Davey Martinez’s club put pressure on Arizona’s starter early in last night’s game, and put runs up on the board in each of the first two innings, but the Diamondbacks’ starter, Seth Frankoff, held the Nationals there as the D-backs piled up runs and then ran away with the second game of three this weekend in Chase Field.
“Their pitcher settled down a little bit,” Washington’s skipper Davey Martinez said after the Nationals’ 11-4 loss.
“He started throwing a lot more changeups. We need to get the ball up. We didn’t get the ball up.