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Diamondbacks 10, Cardinals 9: The Long Game

Brandon McCarthy made his first start as a Diamondback and Cliff Pennington got his first hits for the team. Arizona and St. Louis combined for 33 hits and 19 runs as the Diamondbacks won the 5 hour, 32 minute game to take the season opening series.

Diamondbacks 10, Cardinals 9

After alternating nights of solid pitching performances between the Diamondbacks and the Cardinals, both teams brought the heavy artillery into Chase for the rubber match on Wednesday night. G...

DBacks Season Ends In A Tough Loss

Ian Kennedy pitched seven strong innings, but a poor showing from the offense and some defensive stumbles left him with the loss, as Arizona ended the season with an 81-81 season.

DBacks 1, Rockies 2: Season's end

The Diamondbacks fell to the Rockies in game 162 of the season tonight, losing 2-1. Ian Kennedy took the loss despite a strong seven innings, only allowing two unearned runs. The Diamondbacks...

Cain dominates, Miley struggles, Giants top DBacks

Both The Diamondbacks and the Giants both demonstrated why they've earned their postseason plans, as San Francisco took advantage of Arizona's missteps, while the Diamondbacks wasted their opportunities.

DBacks 0, Giants 6: Arizona Offense Goes Quiet

The Diamondbacks offense was held silent by Matt Cain and the Giants bullpen, held to seven hits on the night. Wade Miley struggled against the San Francisco, not helping his Rookie of the Year...

DBacks 6, Padres 2: Double Your Fun

Trevor Cahill pitched six solid innings and Justin Upton scored twice as the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the San Diego Padres, 6-2.

DBacks 3, Dodgers 2: Misleading Early Results

The Dodgers scored early, but Trevor Cahill settled in quickly for Arizona. Justin Upton had two RBIs as the Diamondbacks beat Los Angeles 3-2.

DBacks 6, Giants 2: Benches Clear, DBacks Roll

Trevor Cahill took a no-hitter attempt into the seventh inning in San Francisco, and earned his tenth win this season. The Diamondbacks hit Madison Bumgarner hard for an early lead, and won 6-2 to take the series.

DBacks 2, Reds 6: Nothing to Crow About

The Diamondbacks took an early lead against the Cincinnati Reds, but Patrick Corbin and the Arizona bullpen were unable to hold the game. Chris Heisey hit two home runs for Cincinnati as they defeated Arizona 6-2 to sweep the series.

Diamondbacks 3, Marlins 2: The Book of Skaggs, Chapter One

Tyler Skaggs made his major league debut for the Arizona Diamondbacks Wednesday afternoon. He held the Florida Marlins to two runs and earned a win, as the two teams played the first half of a day-night doubleheader.

Diamondbacks 2, Cardinals 5: Your Arizona Dia-Meh-ndbacks

Adam Wainwright and the Cardinals held the Diamondbacks offense quiet in St. Louis, beating Arizona 5-2. Paul Goldschmidt homered for Arizona, and Joe Saunders took the loss.

DBacks 4, Dodgers 0: Sweep

Patrick Corbin was called up to the Diamondbacks, and was stellar in his outing, holding the Dodgers to two hits. Chris Johnson and Miguel Montero homered for Arizona as they swept Los Angeles.

Rockies 4, Diamondbacks 2: All Good Things...

The Diamondbacks win streak came to an end as Jeff Francis and the Rockies kept the Arizona offense quiet. Colorado won 4-2 as Trevor Cahill took the loss.

Ryan Wheeler to be called up from Reno, Geoff Blum to be released

Prospect Ryan Wheeler is to be called up to the Arizona Diamondbacks, and will likely see significant playing time at third base. In a corresponding move, Geoff Blum is to be released.

DBacks 7, Reds 1: Jason Kubel Says Yes

Ian Kennedy pitched eight solid innings and Jason Kubel returned from a hamstring injury with a vengeance, hitting two home runs against Mat Latos. The Diamondbacks routed the Reds 7-1 in Cincinatti.

DBacks option Trevor Bauer to Reno, recall Jonathan Albaladejo

The Diamondbacks sent top prospect Trevor Bauer back to the minors today. Bauer has struggled in his first visit to the majors. In his place, Jonathan Albaladejo has been called up to the Diamondbacks bullpen.

DBacks 6, Padres 8: OH WHY NOT

Ineffective pitching with two outs and a lack of timely hitting was too much for the Diamondbacks to overcome against the Padres. Arizona fell 8-6 as San Diego completed the sweep.

DBacks 4, Braves 6: Running Up Cahill

Trevor Cahill struggled against the Braves today, giving up 6 runs in 5+ innings. Stephen Drew returned to the lineup for the Diamondbacks for the first time since last July, as Atlanta beat Arizona, 6-4.

DBacks 14, Mariners 10: All Hands On Deck

After last night's high scoring affair, the Diamondbacks and Mariners kept up the slugfest on Wednesday. Behind six home runs, including an inside-the-park home run by Ryan Roberts, Arizona came out on top, 14-10.

DBacks 11, Rangers 3: Doom and gloom? Bats go boom

Daniel Hudson rebounded from a weak outing in last start and the Diamondbacks offense woke up from their slumber. The Diamondbacks hammered the Rangers and avoided being swept, 11-3.

DBacks 6, Rockies 1: Wade to Go, Miley

The Diamondbacks took on the Rockies at Chase Field today. Wade Miley pitched 8 solid innings and Paul Goldschmidt extended his hit streak to 13 games as Arizona won, 6-1.

Down On The Farm: Minor-League Recap, 5/30

You ever go to bed with that nagging feeling you forgot about something, and then don't figure it out until the morning? Right. Still adjusting to the post-Dan procedures at the Snakepit. Not a...

DBacks 4, Giants 1: Paul Goldschmidt. Tim Lincecum. You do the math.

Paul Goldschmidt and the Diamondbacks looked to avoid a sweep in San Francisco. Behind Goldschmidt's fourth career home run off Tim Lincecum, Arizona beat the Giants, 4-1.

Diamondbacks 11, Dodgers 4: Heaven Eleven

The Diamondbacks used an offensive outburst to fight off the threat of being swept at home. With solid pitching from Joe Saunders and hits from the entire team, the Diamondbacks beat the Dodgers, 11-4.

Cardinals 7, DBacks 2: Inappropriate Term

The Diamondbacks took on the Cardinals behind Wade Miley tonight, hoping to avoid a sweep. But a lack of timely hits and a ninth inning collapse by J.J. Putz had Arizona fall, 7-2.

SnakeBytes 5/9: Dire Edition

Hey guys, finished my finals, how's the team done while I've be- oh. Well, let's hope for better tonight. Recaps: [DBacks.com] Gutsy Kennedy can't slow D-backs' slide - Unfortunately, "gutsy" does...

SnakeBytes 5/5: Cinco de Mayo Edition

Hey, guess what pseudo-holiday it is? My understanding is that, contrary to many people's opinions, it's not like Mexican Independence Day, more as it's like Mexican St. Patrick's Day. Recaps: [...

SnakeBytes 5/2: Quick Edition

Just straightforward today... Recaps: [DBacks.com] Cahill steals show as D-backs quiet Harper, Nats - Cahill was pretty lights-out. Just what we needed from him. [AZ Central] Trevor Cahill,...

GameThread

Gameday Thread, #24: 5/1 vs. Nationals

Trevor CahillRHP, 1-2, 3.70 Jordan ZimmermannRHP, 1-1, 1.33 Look. I could write a lot of things here. Sure, the Nationals are off to a hot start, going 14-8 in April, the second best...

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