Arizona Diamondbacks Rally to Defeat Giants on Opening Day

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Jim Louvau
Goldy came through in the clutch.
After going five innings without a hit, the Arizona Diamondbacks rallied to get an Opening Day win against the San Francisco Giants after a walk-off hit by Chris Owings in the ninth inning. The D-backs struggled through most of the game against San Francisco ace Madison Bumgarner until deep in the game. Bumgarner was also on fire at the plate as he homered not once, but twice, becoming the first pitcher in MLB history to go long on Opening Day. D-backs pitcher Zack Greinke was solid for the most part, but only pitched five innings, giving up two runs. Photos by Jim Louvau.