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Topic - Martín Prado
Chase Anderson is the first Arizona pitcher to win his first three career starts.
For their 46 years, the San Diego Padres never have had a player hit for the cycle.
The Arizona Diamondbacks jumped on one of baseball's best pitchers early and kept bashing, knocking off records along the way.
The Colorado Rockies appeared well on their way to a sweep and a solid road trip.
Miguel Montero took two mighty swings, trying to end the game on both. He failed, so for the third, he shortened up, trying to protect the plate.
The ball bounced in the dirt and away from Carlos Ruiz, a play the Philadelphia catcher could have easily given up on.
Bronson Arroyo gave the Diamondbacks a chance, extending their recent streak of quality starts.
On the 100th anniversary of the first game at Wrigley Field, the team with the worst record in the major leagues won.
Brandon McCarthy is concerned that there is too much negativity surrounding the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Mike Bolsinger got out of the first inning on five pitches and three ground balls in his first big league start. Then he struck out four of his next five batters and was sailing along until the Los Angeles Dodgers figured him out the second time through the lineup.
Nothing like a trip to Chase Field to turn things around for the New York Mets.
Arizona third baseman Martin Prado was taken out of the game in the sixth inning Friday after hurting his left hand tagging out a runner on a steal attempt.
Jeff Samardzija pitched two shutout innings before an overflow crowd in the Chicago Cubs' opener at their new stadium, a 5-2 loss to an Arizona Diamondbacks split-squad on Thursday.
Zack Hample leads the majors in hogging home run balls.
Justin Upton is having a family reunion in Atlanta.
"I thought the wind was a little factor in there, but I am not making any excuses," Prado said. "I should catch that fly ball and give our pitchers a chance to work that inning with one out."
"One of the good things about this team is just everybody keeps being positive," Prado said.