Arizona Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale figures to turn back to his usual lineup for the four-game series opener against the San Francisco Giants after giving some regulars some rest.
Yasmany Tomas doesn't look like he needs any days off after a red-hot weekend.
Tomas and the Diamondbacks just captured a series for the first time and continue this trip Monday night against a Giants team that was abysmal at home in this series a year ago.
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Hale did not start slugger Paul Goldschmidt, right fielder David Peralta, second baseman Jean Segura, center fielder Socrates Brito and catcher Welington Castillo in Sunday's 7-3 win over San Diego after losing 5-3 in 14 innings the night before. Arizona (5-8) responded with its second-highest scoring effort of the year.
''It felt good,'' Hale said. ''Most people that saw the lineup were wondering what we were doing. But with all those innings last night, we turned to our guys that didn't play as much. Very proud of them. They battled.''
Tomas was the star as he went 3 for 4 with his first multihomer effort and three RBIs. He was 7 for 14 with six runs scored as the Diamondbacks took two of three after he entered the series with four hits in 23 at-bats.
''I feel really happy,'' Tomas said through a translator. ''I believe those two homers were really great for the team because it was the first series we won this year."
The Diamondbacks were happy often at AT&T Park last season, capturing eight of 10 games there for their best winning percentage in a year at San Francisco (7-6) in club history.
They'll look to add to the woes of Giants starter Jake Peavy (0-1, 10.00 ERA), who has been one of baseball's worst pitchers in allowing 10 runs over nine innings.
He surrendered six runs in four innings to lose in Wednesday's 10-6 defeat at Colorado, yielding a franchise-record 10 extra-base hits. The veteran right-hander became the first pitcher to allow 10 since Boston's Curt Schilling on Aug. 10, 2006.
"The stuff was there, execution was just simply poor," Peavy said.
Peavy went 1-1 with a 7.20 ERA in two 2015 starts versus the Diamondbacks. Goldschmidt, batting just .205, is 2 for 7 with a homer against him.
Arizona has scratched Rubby De La Rosa from this outing after he was needed out of the bullpen Saturday. Archie Bradley, recalled from the minors Sunday, will make his 2016 debut.
Bradley, who went 2-3 with a 5.80 ERA in eight starts as a rookie with the Diamondbacks last year, was in his hotel room in El Paso, Texas when he learned he was promoted.
"Obviously it was a welcome phone call, but then kind of went into panic mode trying to pack and figure everything out," Bradley told MLB's official website. "Happy to be here, though."
The right-hander faced the Giants once, giving up two runs in 6 2-3 innings in a 7-6, 12-inning win April 16, 2015.
San Francisco starts a 10-game homestand after losing for the fourth time in five games, 3-1 on Sunday to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Buster Posey is in a 1-for-16 slump and Matt Duffy was hitless in 12 at-bats over the weekend. Posey, though, batted .333 with 15 RBIs last season against Arizona.