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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - arizona diamondbacks
A group of Mets players gathered around the television in the clubhouse to watch a replay of Kirk Nieuwenhuis' homer a couple of hours earlier.
A shoddy bullpen held back the Arizona Diamondbacks last season.
Nothing like a trip to Chase Field to turn things around for the New York Mets.
Zack Wheeler pitched effectively, New York's hitters lashed balls all over Chase Field and the Mets walked away with a much-needed win.
Wade Miley had been the best of Arizona's sputtering rotation. Until Saturday night, when he wasn't very good, either.
Adrian Gonzalez must love it when he sees the word "Arizona" on the opposing uniform.
The refrain is getting painfully familiar for the sputtering Arizona Diamondbacks: a bad outing for a starting pitcher.
Tony Campana and Cliff Pennington made the most of their rare starts for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Just when it appeared as if the San Francisco bullpen was going to escape another late-inning jam, Pablo Sandoval threw the ball away to help cost the Giants the game.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have signed left-hander Randy Wolf to a minor league contract.
After pitching effectively early on, Brandon McCarthy suddenly lost the feel for his sinker.
Charlie Blackmon's day to remember against the Diamondbacks served as the latest reminder of Arizona's tough start.
So maybe going 6 for 6 isn't quite enough for his manager to award Charlie Blackmon the everyday job in centerfield.
Tim Hudson was backed to his old self with his new team.
For Trevor Cahill, this loss represented a small step forward.