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SnakeBytes 9/22: Earning Their Stripes


Chris Owings and Matt Davidson showed the promise of top prospects and powered the D-backs to a 7-2 victory in Colorado on Saturday.

SnakeBytes 9/20: The Dream is Over


After exploding to a huge early-inning lead, the D-backs, like all year, couldn't hold onto the lead and lost. The loss all but clinches another playoff-less season. Expect to see a lot of the young guns from here on out.

The Anatomy of a Game-Winning Plaay


Tyrann Mathieu goes well in-depth on his coverage throughout the game and on the game-saving tackle. Take a minute to read it and realize he's a rookie.

SnakeBytes 9/16: Delaying the Inevitable


The D-backs played well to finish off the series against the Rockies and now welcome back the Dodgers, whose magic number is down to 4 after their loss to the Giants. We'll see if the D-backs can delay the Dodgers' playoff berth for another series.

SnakeBytes 9/13: An Eye Toward 2014


With our shot at the playoffs dwindling by the day, the D-backs face the Rockies as we see what the young kids can do. Hear what Kevin Towers has planned for the off-season and how Martin Prado broke out of his slump.

SnakeBytes 9/9: Taste of Our Own Medicine


After playing so well in extra innings all season long, the Giants decided to show us how it's done and hit a walk-off of their own to close out the series. Some interesting news from Ken Rosenthal which I'm sure will shock some people.

SnakeBytes 9/6: Giant Obstacle to Playoffs


After a terrible home stand, the D-backs played well in the opener in San Francisco which may have brought hope to their slim playoff hopes. One thing is for sure, they're going to need to continue this good play if they have any hope for postseason.

SnakeBytes 9/2: Labour Day


Happy Labor Day everyone! The D-backs lost so stop reading this and have fun with your families and friends.

SnakeBytes 8/30: In Remembrance of Jason Kubel


The Jason Kubel Experience has ended with the news of his DFA and now the trade to the Cleveland Indians. I think I speak for everyone when I say he won't be missed.

Goldschmidt Conference


Over 4,000 geochemists have gathered in Florence, Italy to discuss Paul Goldschmidt. The information has been held secret as to what exactly they are talking about, but we can rest assured it's of the most importance.

SnakeBytes 8/26: Heath Bell On Waivers!


Well that sucked. After starting the roadtrip with a series win IN Pittsburgh, they lost 5 of their next 7 games against the Reds and Phillies all but killing their playoff hopes. The good news is they return home and will get some help in the form o

SnakeBytes 8/23: Down But Not Out


After losing the series in Cincinnati, the Dbacks fly up to Philadelphia for a set against the Phillies. It's do or die time now, as they are 7 games back with only 36 games left. We'll see if they have any fight in them starting tomorrow.


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As the baseball season starts winding down, America's 2nd favorite pastime starts right back up. And with it comes Fantasy Football! Last year we had an awesome turnout and would love to see you...

SnakeBytes 8/19: Turning the Pirates Red


After a great series win in Pittsburgh, the good guys face the Cincinnati Reds in a 4-game series that could end up be the deciding series that could end up be the deciding series of this season. Let's check out some news around baseball.

SnakeBytes 8/9: Confidence Boost


When the D-backs returned from their recent road-trip, the feeling around the city and clubhouse was they were finished. But after this past series with the Rays, hope has sprung and life has returned to this team. These next 2 months should be fun.

SnakeByes 8/5: Boston Series Massacre


After a surprising turnaround from the Texas game in the opener, the D-backs lost the next 2 games against Boston and limp back home for a 9-game home-stand starting Tuesday against the Rays.

SnakeBytes 7/2: Big, (Red and)Green Monster


The D-backs hit the road for their 3rd city in 3 days as they face the Boston Red Sox in Boston. The D-backs haven't fared well at Fenway with a 4-5 road record and a 5-7 record overall with most of our wins buoyed by a road sweep in 2002.

SnakeBytes 7/29: Rays of Sunshine


With the trade deadline fast approaching, Kevin Towers has the tough decision whether to accept this team, or try and acquire something to help for this stretch run. We'll hear from Kevin about his thoughts for the deadline.

SnakeBytes 7/22: Still in First


We're on the right track! After finally coming through, the D-backs head home to face the Cubs for 4 games. Cody Ross, Kirk Gibson, and Didi Gregorius highlight this edition of Snakebytes.


Rookie Ball: A Recap of the Missoula Osprey

But every once in a blue moon, I get this urge to see a baseball game up close, so I travel the 50 miles. And today, this game had everything I could ever want to see in a baseball game, great hitting, mediocre pitching, and a bullpen blowup.

SnakeBytes 7/21: Slumping out of the Gates


Boy that is some dreadful ball we're watching right now huh? After going into the break with 3 wins out of 4 against the Brewers, the D-Backs have dropped the first 2 and need a win today against the always tough Madison Bumgarner to avoid losing 1st

SnakeBytes 7/19: Baseball is Back!


With the All-Star Break done and over with, the D-Backs return to action tonight against the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park. Many questions still linger with the this club even though they remain in first place.

SnakeBytes 7/15: Big Apple Living


After a disappointing end to the "first-half", most of the D-Backs will rest up and get ready for Friday's game against the Giants while 2 others will showcase their talents in this year's All-Star Game in New York.

SnakeBytes 7/12: Another Round Of Brewers


After a 2-hit performance last night against the Brewers, Martin Prado is now almost back to replacement level and is 21/60 over his last 14 games. It's nice to see him performing at the level we had expected from him when we acquired him. We hear fr

SnakeBytes 7/8: Round 2, FIGHT!


After a thorough beating of the Rockies at home where they only allowed 2 runs the entire series, the D-Backs welcome the Dodgers to Chase Field for the first meeting since that fateful night in...

SnakeBytes 7/5: Extra-Inning Hangover


After the roller-coaster that was yesterday's 15 inning marathon, the D-Backs head home for a long 9-game homestand starting today against the Rockies. Cliff Pennington, Kirk Gibson, and Brad Ziegler recap the game in this edition of SnakeBytes.

SnakeBytes 7/1: June Struggles


After two straight months of 15-12 baseball, the D-Backs struggled to a .500 record before losing 3 straight to the Braves to put them at a 12-15 record for June. Luckily for us, the calendar has turned and they now face a struggling Mets team.

SnakeBytes 6/28: Great Starts and No-Decisions


Over Patrick Corbin's last 5 starts, he's thrown 35 innings with a 24:7 K/BB ratio and an era of 2.55 while his team has gone 4-1. And even with these great numbers, he has yet to get past the 9 win mark.

SnakeBytes 6/24: Hillraiser Returns


Since Aaron Hill went down with his injury, D-backs 2nd baseman have a slash line of .245/.305/.340. It'll be nice to get some 2-way production from the 4 spot on defense again. This week the D-backs visit the Nationals, Braves, and Mets.

SnakeBytes 6/21: Big Red Machine


An off-day yesterday allows us and the team the chance to forget about the horrible stretch of games against the Padres and Marlins. The Reds come on down to Chase Field for a 3-game set and if you can go, support this team. They deserve it.

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