The clutch two-run dinger gave Tony Watson his third blown save of the season before the Bucs walked off in the bottom of the ninth on Andrew McCutchen's long ball. The home run was Iannetta's sixth of the season. With Arizona rotating three catchers in -- Chris Herrmann and Jeff Mathis are the others -- it's hard to consistently rely on Iannetta in anything outside of two-catcher or deep NL-only leagues.
Consider Stewart day-to-day for now. The Pirates may choose to let Stewart rest the leg, which could mean a couple of consecutive starts for his backstop mate Francisco Cervelli, but Stewart shouldn't need a trip to the disabled list.
Stewart was taken out of the game for a pinch runner after knocking a triple. More should be known about his status following the conclusion of Monday's contest.
After catching 19 innings over the last two days, d'Arnaud will head to the bench for Monday's series opener. Rene Rivera will draw the start behind the dish.
The backup catcher got a rare start with Yadier Molina sitting and was able to rope his third extra-base hit of the season. It was also Fryer's first multi-hit effort of the season, although it's worth noting he's seen just 32 at-bats to date.
Contreras has started two of the last three games, but he'll give way to Miguel Montero behind the plate for the afternoon contest. The 25-year-old backstop is coming off a productive outing Sunday, as Contreras went 2-for-5 with a solo home run on the afternoon. He now has five long balls on the season, three of which have come in the month of May.
After catching 18 innings over the last two days, Cervelli will head to the bench for a breather as Chris Stewart draws the start behind the dish. The backstop has been looking solid at the dish, going 11-for-26 (.423) over his last eight games (seven starts).
Despite knocking three homers over his past five games, Iannetta will head to the bench for Monday's series opener. Jeff Mathis will draw the start behind the dish in his place.
The veteran catcher received his lone start of the week in place of Yasmani Grandal and delivered at the plate. Barnes has been effective as a backup, slashing .264/.381/.528 in 63 plate appearances.
It was Knapp's third homer of the season and first since last Tuesday. The 25-year-old is more of a utility bench bat, backing up Cameron Rupp behind the dish and Tommy Joseph at first base, so he's unlikely to see consistent at-bats for the Phils unless an injury opens up more time.