Recap: For the second consecutive night, the Diamondbacks couldn't hold a late lead against the Colorado Rockies. But unlike Monday's loss, the Diamondbacks had the final comeback of the game with Aaron Hill delivering a first-pitch three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth for a 5-3 win in front of 22,466 on Tuesday at Chase Field. It was the Diamondbacks second walk-off win of the season, leaving them 81-80 for today's season finale.

Corbin's performance: In his last start of the season, Patrick Corbin (6-8) was efficient in seven steady innings of work. The rookie lefty fell behind early, surrendering the Rockies' lone run on a double-play ball in the second after allowing back-to-back singles to start the inning. But after that, Corbin was poised and seemed to rely on the maturity he's no doubt earned since joining the rotation in August. He retired the side in the fourth and fifth innings and after giving up a one-out triple to D.J. LeMahieu in the seventh, he got Charlie Blackmon to pop up and struck out pitcher Guillermo Moscoso after an intentional walk. In the end, Corbin scattered six hits and six strikeouts and threw 91 pitches.