Pena did get a hit -- a single up the middle -- and somebody did drive him home. Kelly Johnson followed one batter later with a triple to right-center field to tie the game.
Pena's single came in his first pinch-hit at-bat since May 4, 2008 -- when he hit an RBI double as a member of the Washington Nationals -- and broke a six-inning hitless streak for the D-backs against Indians pitching.
"I've been through it before," Pena said. "It wasn't different."
Pena was frequently used as a pinch-hitter during the first four years of his career with the Reds.
"It's not hard," he said. "I know people say it's hard to get used to pinch-hitting. But when I came up, they used me a lot for it. So that's why, over the years, I've just told myself to do the same thing you used to do before."
In 24 at-bats with the D-backs over seven games this season, Pena is hitting .208 with a pair of home runs.