J.D. Martinez came to bat with two runners on base in the top of the first inning and crushed a home run to deep right-center field. The homer came off the first pitch Martinez saw from Tommy Milone, a 76.7 mph curveball that hung up in the zone. The ball flew 412 feet and was Martinez’s 26th homer on the year, and 10th as a D-back.
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