In what has begun to be a a troubling pattern for the Arizona Diamondbacks, the bullpen could not hold on to a lead and lose to the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 on a walkoff homerun by Andrew McCutchen in the 12 inning in the second game of the road series.
History repeated itself in the top of the 10th inning, with Drew driving in Johnson to give the D-backs a 2-1 lead.
Arizona starting pitcher Zach Duke looked sharp in his return to PNC Park, where he was a member of the Pirates for six seasons before ending up in Phoenix for the 2011 campaign.
Duke scattered nine hits over seven innings, giving up only one run. Zach Kroenke, who gave up the game-winning homer to McCutchen suffered the first loss of his career.