The wind was blowing out at Wrigley Field in Friday afternoon's 10-6 D-backs win over the Cubs, making it a good day for hitters, and Josh Rojas took full advantage, as Arizona's third baseman finished with three homers. With a chance to become just the 19th player in AL/NL history to hit four homers in a game, Rojas struck out looking to lead off the top of the ninth. Rojas had hit two homers in a game twice before, but this marked his first three-homer game. It was part of an offensive onslaught by the D-backs, who hit their seventh homer of the game when Christian Walker went deep in the ninth inning.
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