The Cincinnati Reds will look to start a new winning streak on Sunday in Arizona after the Diamondbacks snapped their string of six straight wins.
Arizona evened the three-game series with an 8-3 win Saturday night behind leadoff batter Tim Locastro's career-high four hits and Eduardo Escobar's home run in a third consecutive game. It was the first time this season the Reds were held to fewer than five runs.
"The idea is to just keep hitting the ball hard," said Reds manager David Bell, whose team's 63 runs through its first seven games was the best mark in franchise history. "If we continue to do that, good things will happen."