"It definitely felt good," Gallardo said. After allowing the leadoff homer to Parra, Gallardo retired the next 12 batters, including five by strikeout. Yovani Gallardo, making his first start since pitching for Mexico at the World Baseball Classic, was sharp Wednesday night as the Brewers fell to the D-backs, 7-0, at Salt River Fields. The right-hander, who is battling Patrick Corbin and Tyler Skaggs for the No. 5 spot in the Arizona rotation, tossed four shutout innings. Ramirez, Milwaukee's regular third baseman, tested his sprained right knee in sliding drills on Wednesday afternoon and said he hoped to return to action on Friday or Saturday Gerardo Parra's three RBIs helped lead the D-backs past the Brewers, 7-0, on Wednesday night at Salt River Fields.