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Topic - arizona diamondbacks
The Arizona Diamondbacks struggled at the plate and starter Brandon McCarthy had a second straight shaky outing.
Four pitches doomed Wade Miley and the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday.
Unsatisfied after a pair of losses, Johnny Cueto told his teammates he would pitch well against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Just get me two runs, he told them.
The Cincinnati Reds have had trouble converting with runners in scoring position.
For their 46 years, the San Diego Padres never have had a player hit for the cycle.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have selected the contract of utility player Nick Evans from Triple-A Reno and optioned outfielder Alfredo Marte to the Aces.
Wade Miley put the Arizona Diamondbacks in position to win, shaking off a rough third inning with a string of strikeouts.
Kevin Quackenbush took his first big-league loss in dramatic fashion, giving up a two-run, walkoff homer.
San Diego Padres catcher Yasmani Grandal left in the seventh inning of a game against the Arizona Diamondbacks after being hit on the back of his glove hand by a swinging bat.
Add a dramatic ninth-inning moment to what's looking more and more like a breakout season for A.J. Pollock.
When told he was going to start the makeup of Friday's rainout, Daisuke Matsuzaka said he was certain he could go deep into the game, throw maybe 100 pitches, even though he's spent this season in the bullpen.
Zack Wheeler spotted Mets manager Terry Collins coming from the dugout and turned his back. Reluctantly, after throwing 118 pitches on a rainy afternoon, he handed over the ball and left the mound.
Daisuke Matsuzaka is ready for his start.
Michael Wacha was a ball magnet, snaring a line drive instinctively just trying to protect his face and then making an early exit after a foul liner struck him just above the right elbow while he sat in the dugout.
Even after surrendering the lead in the eighth inning, the Arizona Diamondbacks had two more chances to take control. Then, they finally cracked.