The D-backs would certainly enjoy the continued production of Miguel Montero, who hit .200 in April and .198 in May but has a .300 average in June. Montero, who has hit at least 15 homers in three of his last four seasons, hit his fourth homer of the season on Saturday. It was his first home run since May 10. "I feel pretty good at the plate and feel more comfortable," he said. "I'm seeing the ball better. Obviously, you can see I'm hitting the ball better."

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