Thursday's 4-0 victory over the Brewers gave the D-backs a four-game winning streak and 9 wins in their last 10 games, outscoring their opponents 59-29 during that stretch. At 30-19, they have the third-best record in the major leagues, behind Houston (32-16) and Colorado (31-18).
The Brewers (25-22) have lost four in a row. Thursday's loss knocked them into second place in the NL Central, a half-game behind the Cubs.
"It's a little bit of adversity," Brewers manager Craig Counsell said. "That's all right. It's part of the season. We're equipped to handle it, and we will."
Godley suffered his first loss of the season on Sunday in San Diego, giving up three runs and eight hits in seven innings. It was his fourth start of the year, and the first in which he gave up more than two runs.
He is 1-0 with a 1.42 ERA in two career appearances vs. the Brewers (one start).
In the 15 games since Godley was recalled to take a place in the rotation, Diamondbacks' starters are 9-2 with a 2.79 ERA, surrendering 30 earned runs and 69 hits over 96 2/3 innings.
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Brewers starting pitcher Junior Guerra (0-0, 6.00 ERA)
Guerra was the Brewers' Opening Day starter but suffered a calf injury running to first base in the third inning and hasn't pitched for Milwaukee since. He was 9-3 with a 3.01 ERA in 20 starts last season as a 31-year-old rookie.
He made two rehab starts for Colorado Springs, giving up 17 hits and five earned runs in 11 1/3 innings.
"I feel really good," Guerra said. "It feels good to be back with the team."
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Back on the disabled list
Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun, who returned from the disabled list on Sunday, reinjured his left calf chasing a pop fly in the third inning of Thursday's game and is back on the 10-day disabled list.
"Same calf, same situation," Braun said. "I knew when I came back that I wasn't at 100 percent, but it was good enough that I was optimistic I'd be able to work through it. You never want to miss any games, and where we're at as a team, I was hoping I could work through it, contribute and help us keep winning games."
Braun in hitting .262 with seven home runs in 30 games.
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Gregor Blanco and Chris Owings homered in Thursday's win, giving the D-backs 13 consecutive games with at least one home run.
They've hit 27 home runs over those 13 games, bringing their season total to 69. Only the Washington Nationals (71) have hit more.
Blanco's home run was his first, while Owings has already tied his career high with six. Blanco is hitting .293 while filling in for the injured A.J. Pollock in center field. Owings is hitting .320 for the season and .356 (21 for 59) in his last 16 games.
Yasmany Tomas, who hit .355 with four home runs against the Brewers last season, has missed the past two games with a hip injury and is listed as day-to-day.