Preview: D-backs (36-44) vs. Phillies (34-45)

Today's starting pitchers: D-backs right-hander Archie Bradley (3-3, 4.50) vs. Phillies righty Zach Eflin (0-2, 6.28).

PHOENIX — A day after losing ace Zack Greinke and another home series, the Diamondbacks cannot wait to turn the page.

Philadelphia can play the final game of a three-game series in Arizona with the knowledge that it does not have to win the game to win the series.

The Phillies won their first series since taking two of three from Miami on May 16-18 by winning the first two games in Arizona, a near-360 from the Diamondbacks’ four-game sweep at Citizens Bank Park from June 17-20.

The series finale can be seen on FOX Sports Arizona and FOX Sports GO, starting at noon.

Greinke won his eighth straight start in the first game of that set. The D-backs can only hope the tight left oblique muscle that caused Greinke to leave after two innings in the Phillies’ 4-3 victory on Tuesday is nothing serious. There was no indication of the extent of the injury after that game.

"Something that maybe he can miss a start, possibly not miss a start, possibly at the worst maybe 15 days on the DL," manager Chip Hale said. "You never know. But if you go out and really yank it bad, you are talking about a month or two. We’ll hope for best-case scenario."

Greinke is the second D-backs’ starter to leave in as many games, after left-hander Robbie Ray was removed in the seventh inning of the Phillies’ 8-0 victory on Monday with a blood blister on his left middle finger. Ray is not expected to miss his next scheduled start Sunday.

Arizona right-hander Archie Bradley will oppose right-hander Zach Eflin, the second straight return match from the first series. Bradley had one of his best starts of the season in a 5-1 victory, giving up three hits and one unearned run in six innings. Eflin almost matched him, giving up four hits and two runs in 5 2/3 innings.

The D-backs are 13-27 at home, and only Atlanta has fewer victories. They entered the homestand of a 7-3 road trip, but the momentum gained has diffused with the loss of two games and possible Greinke.

The D-backs have won three of their 12 home series, taking two of three from the Yankees, San Diego and Miami.