Daily Diamondback Digest
Willie Bloomquist was activated from the DL and Paul Goldschmidt was given the night off. Bloomquist acquitted himself rather well, going 3-3 with an RBI and playing decent defense. Wade Miley pitched seven strong innings, leaving the game down 2-1 as the Diamondbacks' offense (outside of Bloomquist) was unable to punch through against San Diego starter Robbie Erlin. Heath Bell came in to pitch in the eighth inning and that was all she wrote. By the end of the inning, Bell had surrendered three runs on four hits, two of which were deposited in the seats.
The Diamondbacks veteran starter feels his most recent performance is evidence he has managed to work out the mechanical complications he had developed.
Kirk Gibson watched his all-star first baseman gassing his way around the bases during Tuesday night's extra-inning affair. Wednesday, Paul Goldschmidt was given a day of rest that was conveniently backed up by a scheduled off day.
Related: Tim Kurkjian's Take
Doug Franz gives a rather skewed argument about the composition of the team and how the Diamondbacks are winning when they shouldn't be.
There are some arguments to be made for pulling the plug on Corbin's season in the near future.
And they play it well.
Ian Kennedy joined Dan Bickley and Vince Marotta to discuss his return to Chase Field as an opposing pitcher.
Has the excessive workload piled on the Detroit ace since the start of 2010 finally caught up to him?
Jose Fernandez and Yasiel Puig are starting to separate themselves from the pack heading into the final month of the season.
Hey Mark, you're supposed to get out of the way of your own guys.
The Arizona southpaw takes his turn in the Chatting Cage (10 minutes).
Being slick with the glove in center field.
You know Pedro Alvarez already had this one as a hit in his book.