The Arizona Diamondbacks dominated the Chicago White Sox with a 7-1 victory. Pitcher Ryne Nelson had an outstanding performance, only allowing one run in six innings and striking out a career-high eight batters. The offense was on fire, with most players contributing hits and runs, including home runs from Eugenio Suarez and Joc Pederson.

Manager Torey Lovullo clarified the third base situation, mentioning that Blaze Alexander would see an increase in playing time, but not as much as initially suggested. In other news, Lovullo and his wife hosted a party with D-backs players and staff, as well as some interesting guests like zebras, a llama, a cow, and goats.

In MLB news, umpire Pat Hoberg was disciplined for violating gambling rules, while the Astros released Jose Abreu, who still had money left on his contract. Cooper Hummel has been called up from AAA to fill the gap at first base for the Astros.

On a lighter note, Bobby Witt Jr. made an amazing double play on his birthday, and Alex Verdugo returned to Fenway Park, hitting a home run on the first pitch as the Yankees secured their 50th win of the season.