Noticeably less doom and gloom after a win, and especially one where the bullpen didn't give us all heart attacks. [Edit by Jim. Probably helped that it wasn't on TV. I think soco and myself, who were at the park, used up our year's quota of adrenaline in that ninth inning!]
Links after the jump.
Recaps and Previews
- Hamels gives up career-high four homers in Phillies' loss to Diamondbacks
- The Associated Press: Reynolds, LaRoche homer for DBacks in win
- D-backs rip five homers to power past Phils | MLB.com: News
Upton, Young struggling at the plate | dbacks.com: News
- Philadelphia Phillies at Arizona Diamondbacks - April 24, 2010 | MLB.com Preview
- Hinch stands by Qualls as D-backs' closer | dbacks.com: News
- Wagner Mateo Signs With Arizona: MLB Rumors - MLBTradeRumors.com
- [AZCentral.com] Jackson aims for May 4
- [AZCentral] Webb trying to remain patient in recovery process
- [D'Backs' Venom] Is Billy Buckner a Bullpen Option?
- [Diary of a Diehard] Father and Son Diamondbacks Outing - "To celebrate my father’s 70th birthday, I decided to take him to an Arizona Diamondbacks game. Regular readers of this blog may wonder whether this was really a birthday gift or did I just forget to go shopping and decided to pick up a few extra tickets to the game while I was there."
- One Day Later, Yankees Dismiss 'Moundgate' as Meaningless -- MLB FanHouse
Well, if ARod knew anything about the baseball codes, he'd realize that you never go across the mound or between the pitcher and catcher. sheesh.
- Top 10: MLB stadiums since 1989 | Washington Examiner
- Sports and Arizona's relationship is going to become quite complicated soon
Interesting perspective on SB1070's effect on Arizona sports.