"I hope he can do that," Gibson said. "We'd like him to pitch a lot more than that in a row."
Putz threw 16 pitches on Thursday against the Cardinals, striking out one of the three batters he faced to finish off a 2-1 D-backs victory. He threw 18 on Saturday, allowing one hit and striking out two for his 24th save of the season.
The last time Putz pitched three days in a row was Aug. 11-13 of last season.
The closer has converted 15 straight saves and 18 of his last 19. He hasn't allowed a run in his last 17 2/3 innings, tied for the fourth-longest streak in the National League. His 0.73 ERA since May 26 ranks fifth among NL relievers with 15 or more appearances since May 26.