Diamondbacks credited with a seventh stolen base in Wednesday’s game against Marlins

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Arizona's A.J. Pollack beats the throw to Marlins catcher Jhonatan Solano for one of his three stolen bases Wednesday. Arizona’s A.J. Pollack beats the throw to Marlins catcher Jhonatan Solano for one of his three stolen bases Wednesday.

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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