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  • The NFL offseason is in full
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    Diamondbacks have put their miserable May in the rearview mirror. The New York
    Mets are in a June swoon that keeps dragging on.

    Paul Goldschmidt and Daniel Descalso homered, Zack Godley pitched effectively
    into the seventh inning and the Diamondbacks beat the staggering Mets 7-3 on
    Friday night.

    The NL West leaders have won seven of eight and 11 of 14. The freefalling
    Mets have dropped four straight, 12 of 13 and 19 of 23.

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    After starting the season 12-2, the Mets (28-38) have gone from 10 games over
    .500 to 10 games under earlier than any team in major league history. The
    previous mark was held by the 2011 Marlins, who did it in their 76th game.

    It wasn’t that long ago that the tables were turned. When the Mets swept
    three from the Diamondbacks in New York from May 18-20, Arizona was in the midst
    of losing 15 times in 17 games. Since then, the Diamondbacks are 13-4.

    ”We were scuffling pretty bad the last time we played these guys, right in
    the middle of that pretty terrible stretch,” Descalso said. ”It seems like since
    we’ve been home after that road trip and kind of got right it’s been a much
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    New York’s stagnant offense has mustered just 21 runs in the last 13 games,
    scoring three or fewer in 11 straight.

    Rookie manager Mickey Callaway insists he’s seeing subtle signs his team is
    breaking out of it.

    ”We were very close. We had lots of baserunners tonight,” he said. ”We put
    ourselves in position where we didn’t even need hits to score runs. We just
    needed some groundballs. … It felt different during the game. When you get in
    here at the end of the night it feels like the same thing, but we’re slowly
    coming out of it.”

    Goldschmidt gave Arizona a lead in the first with his second solo home run in
    two nights. The slugging first baseman, having a torrid June after a horrendous
    May, has nine homers and 21 RBIs in his past 20 games. He also singled twice and
    drove in two runs.

    Descalso had a sacrifice fly to go with a two-run homer off Seth Lugo (2-2)
    that put Arizona up 5-2 in the fifth. Jon Jay added three hits, including a

    Dominic Smith, brought up from Triple-A Las Vegas on Tuesday, homered and
    doubled for the Mets on his 23rd birthday.

    Godley (7-5) dodged trouble through the first four innings before retiring 10
    of the last 11 batters he faced. He went 6 2/3
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    and walking three.

    ”I had to fight myself pretty much for the first three innings,” Godley said.
    ”After that I kind of settled in a little bit, got some quick outs and was able
    to go deep in the game.”

    With two runners on, Brad Boxberger retired Michael Conforto for his 16th

    Lugo led off the third with a single, Conforto was hit by a pitch and Todd
    Frazier followed with an RBI double. But the damage was limited when Godley
    fanned the next three batters to keep it tied at 1.

    David Peralta singled with one out in the fifth ahead of Descalso’s eighth
    home run of the season.

    ”I left that changeup up to Descalso,” Lugo said. ”I think if I execute that
    pitch we’re in a different ballgame.”

    In the sixth, Jarrod Dyson drew a one-out walk, stole second and third and
    scored on Jay’s single to make it 6-2. Jay tripled in the eighth and Goldschmidt
    singled him home.


    Mets: Activated INF Wilmer Flores (back) from the 10-day disabled list and
    optioned INF-OF Ty Kelly to Triple-A Las Vegas. Flores entered in a double
    switch in the sixth and had an RBI double in the ninth.

    Diamondbacks: LHP Robbie Ray (strained right oblique) made his first rehab
    start Thursday night for Class A Visalia, allowing five
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    45 pitches in 2 1/3 innings. His next start will be Tuesday for Triple-A Reno,
    when he is to throw 65-75 pitches. … RHP Randall Delgado threw 1 2/3 scoreless
    innings in a rehab appearance for Reno on Thursday. He is to throw an inning of
    relief for Reno on Monday.


    The Diamondbacks send left-hander Patrick Corbin (6-2, 3.21 ERA) to the mound
    and the Mets counter with lefty Steven Matz (2-4, 3.53) on Saturday night in the
    third matchup of the four-game series.