"I think I've had a lot of games where I've given up two home runs," Delgado said. "Every coach says that I have to learn about why that happened and that it shouldn't happen. I'm trying to learn every time for next year."
Randall Delgado on giving up two more home runs
"The last time we faced him he was using too much secondary stuff and he was falling behind in the count," D-backs catcher Miguel Montero said. "Today he was aggressive with his fastball, his command was pretty good so when his command is good and he's aggressive with the fastball his secondary pitches are better. Today was one of those days where he was like the old Kennedy."
Daily Diamondback Digest
Randall Delgado gave up two more home runs, bringing his season total to 24, while Ian Kennedy delivered shades of his former self as the Padres routed the Diamondbacks 12-2 on Wednesday night in San Diego
Diamondbacks' managing partner Ken Kendrick, despite being disappointed with this season's outcome, has declared that Towers and Gibson will both be returning for the 2014 season.
The season is coming to a close, but Martin Prado isn't letting up.
It's no secret that this season, the Arizona rotation has not performed as expected. What is in store for the future?
Watching Machado crumple after hitting first on Monday night, one wonders how anything is still intact in the young Baltimore third baseman's knee. Machado was placed on the 60-day DL, bad news for the Orioles who are still in the hunt for the postseason. However, the good news is that the damage was, relatively speaking, minor in comparison to what it at first appeared. The young all-star hopes to rehab the knee and be good to go for next season.
Wednesday night was Todd Helton's last game in Coor's Field. Not wanting to disappoint the fan faithful, or visiting folks either, he went and did this.