Source: Arizona Republic
Justin Upton took a mighty cut and demolished the pitch, sending the change-up from Philadelphia Phillies right-hander Kyle Kendrick high and deep and long gone to left field at Citizens Bank Park on Friday night.
It looked like a highlight from 2011. It looked like something the Diamondbacks have been wanting to see more of all season.
Upton's home run -- the 100th of his career -- gave his team an early lead, and thanks to Ian Kennedy's night of survival, a generous call by the home-plate umpire and flawless relief work, the Diamondbacks held on for a 4-2 victory over the Phillies.
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