PHOENIX -- Milwaukee's final day in the desert was not going well. The Brewers trailed by four runs after three innings, starter Brandon Woodruff went down with an injury and there was little reason to expect another comeback.
One long-time-coming swing by Tyler Saladino changed the momentum, sending Milwaukee home with a second straight series win.
Saladino had his first career grand slam and the Brewers beat up on Arizona's bullpen for the second straight game to rally for a 7-4 win over the Diamondbacks on Sunday.
"To come through right there in the way that it happened was huge, got us fired up," Saladino said.
Milwaukee struggled against Arizona starter Alex Young early before putting together what appeared to be an innocuous two-out rally.
Saladino, hitting .102 entering Sunday's game, changed the dynamic with one swing, hitting his first homer since Sept. 1, a grand slam in the fourth inning after Milwaukee fell behind 4-0.
Mike Moustakas hit a go-ahead three-run homer in Saturday night's 8-3 win and put the Brewers ahead late again, chopping a single through the middle after Keston Hiura led off the eighth inning with a triple against Yoan Lopez (1-4).
Milwaukee All-Star right-hander Brandon Woodruff allowed four runs before leaving after two pitches in the fourth with a left oblique strain.
The Brewers' bullpen picked up the slack for a second straight game, holding Arizona scoreless over the final six innings.
Freddy Peralta (4-3) walked one in the seventh inning and Josh Hader worked around a single in the ninth for his 22nd save. The Brewers have won five of six after winning consecutive series for the first time since early May.
"Dynamite work all series by the bullpen," Brewers manager Craig Counsell said. "That's where the wins came from this series."
Alex Avila hit his 100th career homer, a two-run shot in the second inning to put the Diamondbacks up 4-0.
Young got into trouble in the fourth inning, leading to Saladino's grand slam, and Arizona's bullpen struggled for the second straight game. Diamondbacks' relievers allowed 16 runs in the series.
"It is a lot of runs and it is more than we are used to giving up," Arizona manager Torey Lovullo said. "They're better than that."
Woodruff allowed three earned runs in 20 1/3 innings over his three previous starts before arriving in the desert, but the Diamondbacks hit him hard from the start.
Woodruff left the game after grimacing on his second pitch to Tim Locastro to open the fourth inning. Counsell said Woodruff would have an MRI on Monday and go on the 10-day injured list.
Young had been dominant since being called up in June -- 3-0, 0.96 ERA -- and looked that way again through three innings against Milwaukee. The rookie left-hander ran into trouble in the fourth when the Brewers loaded the bases with two outs and Saladino tied the game with his grand slam.
"They just stopped swinging at off-speed pitches and I was falling behind in counts," Young said. "The pitch to Saladino was left right over the plate."
Locastro had a candidate for catch of the year for a grab in the first inning.
Chasing down a slicing foul ball by Moustakas, Locastro sprinted toward the line in left and laid out headfirst to make the grab. He slid across the dirt and slammed headfirst into the wall before tossed the ball back to the infield from a seated position.
Brewers: RHP Jimmy Nelson pitched an inning for Class-A Wisconsin on Sunday in his first rehab assignment while recovering from an elbow injury. ... 3B Ryan Braun was out of the lineup with a stiff back, but he did fly out as a pinch hitter in the ninth. Braun will miss Monday's game against the Reds to attend the funeral of Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs, who was found dead in a Texas hotel room on July 1.
Diamondbacks: OF David Peralta (shoulder) was scheduled to get a few at-bats in the Arizona League Sunday night.
Brewers: RHP Chase Anderson (5-2, 3.96 ERA), Monday's starter against Cincinnati, is 4-2 with a 3.88 ERA since moving from the bullpen to the rotation.
Diamondbacks: LHP Robbie Ray (8-6, 3.92) is 3-0 with a 2.95 ERA his past three starts heading into Monday's series opener against Baltimore.
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