Corbin allowed five runs four earned on six hits and struck out five in 5 1/3 innings.
Patrick was very good early, then got nicked up, Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo said. There were some key blows inside of that inning, but he rebounded enough to pitch into the sixth inning.
Owings robbed Jordy Mercer of a hit and started a double play in the sixth, catching a deep ball near the wall in center on the run. He got the ball in quickly and the relay throw doubled up Josh Bell at first base, who had rounded second when Owings caught it. The play was upheld by a short video review.
For me the catch was 1, the quick relay was 1A, Lovullo said. It was a great baseball play.
The Padres added a run in the eighth when Travis Jankowski hit a ground-rule double, took third on a wild pitch and scored on a ground out.
That was tremendous. That was a big win, manager Mickey Callaway said. It wasn’t a now-or-never situation today, but this is going to be real big for us moving forward.
Severino (9-2) struck out seven in five innings but was handed his first loss since April 10 at Boston. The power-packed Yankees, with the best record in the majors at 42-19, had won four straight and nine of 10. They had been the only big league club that hadn’t been shut out this year.
Those guys did something special tonight, Callaway said about his pitchers. That was a tough lineup and they got the job done.
Struggling veteran Jose Reyes, who replaced Cabrera, singled with two outs in the fifth before Frazier lofted a 1-2 slider over the 370-foot sign in left-center.
I need to make a good pitch and throw the slider in the dirt, Severino said. I threw a bad pitch.