Updated Jun 4, 2014 - 11:12 am
Diamondbacks pitcher Chase Anderson makes history with fourth straight win
Anderson went 6.0 innings, allowing four hits, two walks and a run, en route to his fourth win in as many career starts.
He became just the fifth pitcher in the last 16 years to accomplish such a feat in the process.
Since 1998, only the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim's Jered Weaver, the Pittsburgh Pirates' Gerrit Cole, and former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Kazuhisa Ishii and former Cleveland Indians pitcher Scott Lewis have won each of their first four starts.
Anderson won his debut against the Chicago White Sox and hasn't turned back, beating three straight National League West opponents in the Dodgers, San Diego Padres and Rockies.
At 4-0, his earned run average is a cool 3.32 on the season.
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