• Catcher Miguel Montero got a day off Sunday after starting 10 games in a row.
• Right-hander Brandon McCarthy is 2-for-61 in his career at the plate, with one of those hits coming on Saturday night. Due to his inexperience, running the bases takes a lot out of him.
"I'm scared to death out there, so my heart beats like crazy," he said. "So by the time I come back in. I feel like I've already pitched an extra inning and a half."
• D-backs pitchers had their scoreless-innings streak snapped at 24 Saturday night. It is the second-longest streak in franchise history, behind the 31 the 2002 team recorded. That team included Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling.
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