MIAMI – The Diamondbacks were credited with another stolen base in Wednesday’s 6-1 victory, giving them a club record seven and establishing the mark for the most steals allowed by the Marlins in a game.
The extra steal came when David Peralta appeared to have been pick off of first base by David Phelps but got into a rundown, which allowed A.J. Pollack to scoot home from third base. Pollack was credited with a steal of home but Peralta was not credited with a stolen base after winding up at second. The league changed the ruling today and gave Peralta the steal.
Pollack had a career high three steals and became the first Arizona player to swipe second third and home in the same game. Peralta, Aaron Hill, Nick Ahmed and…
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