Tuesday -- Diamondbacks 9, Indians 8. D-backs rally 3 times, win in 14. Wednesday -- RHP Chase Anderson (5-2, 3.18) vs. RHP Cory Kluber (6-4, 3.35), 6 p.m., FOX Sports Arizona.
To wrap up a 9-game home stand, the D-backs host the Indians for a pair of games sandwiched between off days. The Indians are the D-backs' third interleague opponents this season, but with the games at Chase Field, there will be no designated hitter. The D-backs are 3-4 in their previous interleague games this season. The Indians are on a three-game skid and offer a chance for the D-backs to bank a couple wins before a nine-game road trip.
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Win one for Wade
It's been a while since Wade Miley saw a 'W' next to his name. The Tuesday D-backs starter is winless over his last seven starts, going 0-3 with a 4.37 ERA. Four of the seven were quality starts, and he has 47 strikeouts in 45 1/3 innings in that stretch, but Miley has given up a nine home runs in that span and ranks second in the majors with 17 allowed this season.
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The Indians have gotten breakout seasons from a couple of surprising contributors: outfielder Michael Brantley and third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall putting together breakout seasons. Brantley has already hit 11 home runs to surpass his 10 of last season and leads the Indians with 49 RBI. Chisenhall, who lost his starting job before the season began, has more than earned it and should soon qualify as the AL's batting leader with a .355 average on top of eight home runs and 33 RBI.
He's No. 1
Monday's NL All-Star balloting update revealed Paul Goldschmidt has increased his lead among NL first baseman to more than 700,000 votes ahead of Adrian Gonzalez. You won't hear him asking anyone for votes, but Goldschmidt's play has spoken for itself. In June, he is batting .324 (22 for 68) with 14 RBI, five home runs and 19 walks.