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PHOENIX -- Pardon the Milwaukee Brewers if they believe Yasmany Tomas next trip will include a ticker-tape parade or a stop in Cooperstown.Tomas continued to make the Brewers his personal cerveceros in Arizonas 2-1, 11-inning victory at Chase Field on Friday, hitting a pair of bases-empty homers that allowed the Diamondbacks to take the game that far.Tomas pulled a changeup for a homer in the second inning and hit a fastball over the fence in right field for his second multiple-homer game against the Brewers in five games this season.He leads the major leagues with six multiple-homer games (Baltimores Mark Trumbo, a former Diamondback, has five) and he is 8-for-21 with two doubles, four homers and 10 RBI in the season series that will continue with the second game of a three-game set in Chase Field on Saturday.Big things were expected when Tomas signed a six-year, $68.5 million contract before the 2015 season, and he appears to be turning the corner at the plate.We believe he is starting to figure it out, Arizona manager Chip Hale said.Tomas, 24, hit .273 with nine homers and 43 RBI in his rookie season, and he was mostly a platoon player the final six weeks of the season.Im working really hard to have good pitch selection, Tomas said through interpreter Ariel Prieto.Arizona will start left-hander Patrick Corbin (4-10) against Matt Garza (2-4) in the first of the D-backs two chances to win their fourth home series of the season. They are 18-38 at home.Corbin and Garza faced each other July 26, but never had a decision when the Brewers pulled out a 7-4 victory with three runs in the eighth inning. Both have had success in the matchup. Corbin is 2-2 with a 2.88 ERA in nine appearances against Milwaukee and Garza is 5-2 with a 2.88 ERA in nine appearances against Arizona.The D-backs are 18-38 at home and the Brewers are 18-34 on the road this season, winning two of their 17 series. They have lost 11 and split four.Like Tomas, Milwaukee outfielder Hernan Perez continued to swing the bat well against Arizona. Perez singled and scored and is 6-for-18 with a homer, two RBI and three stolen bases in five games against the Diamondbacks.Milwaukee shortstop Orlando Arcia, considered one of the top prospects in the game when he was promoted from Triple-A Colorado Springs on Tuesday, had his first hit Friday, an RBI single on a high changeup that drove in Perez to tie the game at 1 in the fourth inning.Arcia has started all three games since his addition, and that is likely to continue as the Brewers expose him to the highest level. Arcia committed a fielding error with runners on first and second and one out in the 11th inning Friday, when he took a ball behind second base and attempted to flip back to the bag instead of throwing to first base for the out. Welington Castillo walked one batter later to force in the winning run.Hes certainly going to be our primary shortstop, Brewers manager Craig Counsell said. Were looking forward to seeing him play. Hes ready for the big leagues. 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LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Malik Monk scored a career-high 26 points, DeAaron Fox added 16 and No. 1 Kentucky routed UT-Martin 111-76 on Friday night, the most points scored in the John Calipari Era.The taller Wildcats overcame a cold shooting start and 16-15 deficit to the athletic Skyhawks before rolling to a season-high margin of victory. Kentucky (6-0) shot a season-best 55 percent from the field by controlling the paint 54-28 and the boards 48-26.Monks 10-of-17 shooting led the way with Fox making 7 of 12 from the field. Monk has scored at least 23 points in three of his past four games. Wenyen Gabriel and Bam Adebayo each had 15 points for Kentucky, which won the game that was part of matchup of unbeaten teams in the Bluegrass Showcase.Matthew Butler scored 15 points and Jacolby Mobley had 14 for UT Martin (5-2), which shot just 33 percent in the second half and 41 percent overall in having its five-game winning streak stopped.---No. 5 KANSAS 95, UNC ASHEVILLEe 57LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Frank Mason III had 21 points and Udoka Azubuike added 17 as Kansas dunked its way to a victory.Josh Jackson contributed 14 points, Lagerald Vick had 12 and Devonte Graham finished with 11 assists, including consecutive alley-oop passes to Azubuike that helped the Jayhawks (5-1) win their 42nd straight game at Allen Fieldhouse.The only bummer for Kansas came in the closing minutes, when Graham banged up his right foot on a drive to the basket. He did not return, though the injury did not appear to be serious.Kevin Vannatta and Ahmad Thomas led Asheville (3-3) with 12 points apiece.---No. 7 VIRGINIA 74, IOWA 41NICEVILLE, Fla. -- Jerred Reuter led a well-balanced scoring attack with 14 points and Virginias stifling trademark defense set the tone for a victory in the semifinals of the Emerald Coast Classic.The Cavaliers (5-0) will play for the tournament title on Saturday against the winner of Fridays late game between Memphis and Providence.Three other Cavaliers scored in double figures: London Perrantes with 12, Isaiah Wilkins 11 and Darius Thompson 10.The Cavaliers began the day leading the nation in scoring defense by holding opponents to 38.8 points per game.Iowa (3-2) barely bested that average, led by Peter Joks 13 points.The Hawkeyes shot only 31.3 percent from the field including 26.1 percent from 3-point range.The Cavaliers hit 48.3 percent from the field including 47.1 percent on 3s.---PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas -- King McClure scored all 15 of his points in the second half and Baylor rallied from 22 points down in the Battle 4 Atlantis championship game.Johnathan Motley also had 15 points, and Terry Maston had 10 of his 12 in the final 20 minutes. The Bears (6-0) shot 65 percent in the second half in a stunning reversal from a start that saw the Cardinals shut down just about everything.Louisville led by 22 points late in the first half, by 20 early in the second and 54-42 on Quentin Sniders 3-pointer at the 10:07 mark. But the Bears responded with a 21-5 run, with Motley putting the ball on the floor to drive by Anas Mahmoud for the go-ahead dunk with 2:49 left.Motley was selected the tournament MVP.Donovan Mitchell scored 17 points for Louisville (5-1), which shot just 33 percent (9 of 27) in the second half.---TEMPLE 81, No. 19 WEST VIRGINIA 77NEW YORK -- Obi Enechionyia had 22 points and 12 reboundds to lead Temple to the upset in the championship game of the NIT Season Tip-Off.ddddddddddddEnechionyia scored 18 points in the first half for Temple (4-2), but it was his free throw with 1 second left that sealed the win. Alani Moore II added 18 points for the Owls, while Daniel Dingle finished with 15 and Quinton Rose had 12.Esa Ahmad led the Mountaineers (4-1) with 19 points, Teyvon Myers added 15, and Nathan Adrian and Tarik Phillip had 13 apiece.Enechionyia was named the Most Outstanding Player of the two-day tournament.---No. 21 IOWA ST. 73, MIAMI 56LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Deonte Burton scored 21 points and Darrell Bowie keyed a second-half surge that carried No. 21 Iowa State in the AdvoCare Invitational.The Cyclones (5-0) advanced to Sundays championship game, bouncing back from a poor shooting performance in a tournament-opening win over Indiana State.Matt Thomas had 12 points and Nazareth Mitrou-Long added 10 for Iowa State.Bowie hit an awkward layup as he tumbled to the court and made a short jumper during a 17-2 run the Cyclones put together over an 8-minute stretch of the second half.JaQuan Newton had 21 points for the Hurricanes (4-1), who shot 36 percent from the field, including 2 of 16 on 3-point attempts.---No. 23 RHODE ISLAND 82, BELMONT 73KINGSTON, R.I. -- Hassan Martin scored a career-high 31 points and Jarvis Garrett added a season-high 23 for Rhode Island.Kuran Iverson added 13 points for the Rams (5-1) while Dylan Windler had a double-double with 16 points and 14 rebounds for the Bruins (1-3).Belmont played without its leading scorer, Evan Bradds, who was sidelined with a concussion.The Rams held Belmont to 18.5 percent shooting (5 of 27) from beyond the 3-point arc which denied the Bruins a key part of their offense.Rhode Island forged a 46-31 lead and prevented the Bruins from getting closer than six points by shooting 55.4 percent from the field (31 of 56).Nick Smith had 17 points for Belmont.---No. 24 MICHIGAN ST. 77, WICHITA ST. 72Miles Bridges scored 21 points for Michigan State in the Battle 4 Atlantis third-place game.Eron Harris added 13 points for the Spartans (4-3), who followed Thursdays loss to No. 20 Baylor by building a huge second-half lead -- and then nearly blowing it.They led by 18 midway through the half and held a 15-point lead with 8:05 left, only to see the Shockers (5-2) turn to fullcourt pressure to get back in it. Wichita State ran off a 14-0 run to get to 66-65 on Daishon Smiths layup over Bridges with 4:13 left.The Shockers ultimately had one more chance to tie it in the final seconds, but Smith missed a long straightaway 3. Bridges grabbed the rebound and hit two clinching free throws with 4.7 seconds left.Darral Willis scored 16 points to lead Wichita State.---No. 25 FLORIDA ST. 72, ILLINOIS 61NEW YORK -- Dwayne Bacon scored 17 points to lead for Florida State in the third-place game of the NIT Season Tip-Off.Jonathan Isaac had 15 points and seven rebounds for Florida State (5-1).CJ Walker finished with 13 points and Xavier Rathan-Mayes had 10 for Florida State.Malcolm Hill had 18 points for Illinois (4-3), which lost its third straight. Leron Black chipped in with 15 points, and TeJon Lucas had 10. 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