D-backs (38-48) vs. Padres (36-48), 6 p.m., FOX Sports Arizona
Today's starting pitchers: RHP Shelby Miller (2-8, 6.85) vs. RHP Colin Rea (5-3, 4.79). Storylines: Miller tries again for his first Chase Field win. In 7 starts at home, he's 0-6 with a 7.05 ERA and 8 home runs allowed in 37 innings. After splitting the first two games vs. San Diego, the D-backs will be trying for their first home series win since June 10-12 vs. the Marlins. The Padres are 3-24 this season in the final game of a series. Watch: 6 p.m., FOX Sports Arizona and FOX Sports GO.
D-backs starting pitcher Shelby Miller
Miller has made one good start and two clunkers since returning from the disabled list. He's given up 12 earned runs and 20 hits over his last 12 innings, including 5 earned runs in 6 innings in a loss to the Giants on Friday. He's made 5 career starts vs. the Padres and is 1-1 with a 4.30 ERA.
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Padres starting pitcher Colin Rea
Rea, 25, has limited opponents to 12 hits and 5 earned runs over his last 3 starts, covering 17 1/3 innings. The Padres have won all 3 and are 9-6 in his starts this season. Rea pitched 6 innings to get the win in his last start on Friday against the Yankees, giving up 4 hits, 1 walk and 2 runs (1 earned).
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Jean Segura and Michael Bourn, filling the top 2 spots in Chip Hale's batting lineup, combined for 6 hits, 4 runs and had 2 of the D-backs' 3 triples in Tuesday's 7-5 win -- pushing the team total to a major-league leading 33 three-baggers. (The Giants are next with 27.) Segura has a 9-game hitting streak (16 for 39, .410) to push his average to .318. Bourn, playing every day in center field due to injuries to Chris Owings, Socrates Brito and David Peralta, is 19 for 53 (.358) over his past 13 games, raising his average from .235 to .280.
Under-the-radar rising star
Wil Myers, the Padres' lone representative in the All-Star Game, is coming off a 4-hit night on Tuesday that pushed his season average to .290. He's 18 for 51 with 7 extra-base hits in his career at Chase Field (.353). Myers has amassed 19 home runs, 13 stolen bases, 58 runs scored and 58 RBI and leads all major-league first basemen in Wins Above Replacement (3.4 fWAR). Paul Goldschmidt and Anthony Rizzo are next at 2.8.
#VoteLamb campaign cranks back up
Jake Lamb -- 1 of 5 players in the Final Vote for the NL All-Star roster -- will be back in the lineup tonight after a respite on Tuesday against Padres' lefty Christian Friedrich. Even that didn't slow his attention-raising onslaught, as he came off the bench as a pinch-hitter and delivered his National League-leading 7th triple. It was his 45th extra-base hit (one behind league-leader Nolan Arenado) and lifted his slugging percentage to .617. In 18 games since June 17, he's hitting .391 (25 for 64) with 5 triples, 7 home runs and 19 RBI.
Up next: Back to the Bay
The D-backs have Thursday off and then head to San Francisco to take on the NL West-leading Giants in a 3-game series leading into the All-Star break. The D-backs are 4-0 at AT&T Park this season.