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Goldschmidt, Drury homer as Diamondbacks tie Brewers, 7-7

Brandon Drury had three hits including a home run and Paul Goldschmidt added his second homer of the spring as the Arizona Diamondbacks and Milwaukee Brewers played to a 7-all tie on Saturday.
   Arizona led 7-3 in the ninth, but the Brewers rallied for four runs including a three-run homer by Manny Pina.
   Drury is hitting .377 this spring with four home runs. Arizona's other third baseman, Jake Lamb, had an RBI triple in his only at-bat.
   The Diamondbacks came into the game batting .321 and had 14 hits against Milwaukee. Jean Segura had two hits including a leadoff triple against his former team. Peter O'Brien added a mammoth homer in the ninth over the batter's eye in dead center field, his fifth of the spring.
   Patrick Corbin allowed five hits and three run in six innings.
   Milwaukee's Jonathan Lucroy hit his second home run.

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