Arizona Diamondbacks' Dan Haren Gives Up Seven Runs -- and Wins
Dan Haren: All-hit, no-pitch on Tuesday.
The Arizona Diamondbacks' best pitcher had a rough night on the mound Tuesday against one of the National League's best squads, the St. Louis Cardinals -- but still won. Go figure.
Credit manager A.J. Hinch for sticking with his ace as the D-Backs' offense (despite leaving 13 runners on base for the game) continued to battle back against the Cardinals' Kyle Lohse. The D-Backs and Cards traded body-blows in the game's early innings, with the D-Backs finding themselves trailing three times -- 2-0, 4-2, and 7-5 -- but scored in every inning the Cards scored.
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