Diamondbacks Game Reports

Diamondbacks 4, Dodgers 1: Escape From LA

Arizona got some early runs against Hyun-Jin Ryu to take a lead, and Patrick Corbin avoided letting runs score as the Diamondbacks avoided being swept by the Dodgers in Los Angeles.

Dbacks 3, Dodgers 5: Another opposing walk off

Tonight we got another taste of what other teams have felt throughout the season as the Dodgers walked off against us in extras.


D=backs 2, Giants 3: A Dose of Walkoff Medicine

Sunday's game was nearly all about pitching, with Giants starter Madison Bumgarner striking out nine in six scoreless innings and Wade Miley nearing matching that performance with seven innings of 2-run ball. But it turned into a crazy game.

Diamondbacks 2, Giants 1, Pitcher's delight

The offense continues to struggle (still no tacos in September) but Brandon McCarthy was able to buckle down and hold the fort to tie the series.

Diamondbacks 0, Giants 3: Missed it, by that much.

Thank you, Eric Chavez, for saving the D-backs from the ultimate embarrassment of being perfect gamed by a pitcher who would have had a good claim to being the worst ever in the history of perfect games.

Diamondbacks 4, Blue Jays 3: Wednesday Walk-Off

The Diamondbacks fought past a rough first inning to push the Blue Jays into extra innings, winning the game on a walk-off single from Willie Bloomquist to avoid the sweep.

Dbacks 4, Blue Jays 10: Angry Birds

The way the Blue Jays were launching baseballs all over the field, you would have thought that they were playing a game of Angry Birds. And we were the pigs.

Blue Jays 4, D'backs 1: Fast Times at Chase FIeld

The Arizona Diamondbacks dropped the opener of this three game series against the Toronto Blue Jays. Brandon McCarthy was quick and efficient and pitched the complete game, but the offense couldn't score enough with only four hits all afternoon.

D-backs 2, Giants 8: Arizona chokes on Petit force

If you had removed the names from the box-score at the end of the fourth, and asked which pitcher was the one who had struck out nine batters, and which one had allowed four runs to that point, you'd probably not have guessed right.

Diamondbacks 4, Giants 3: Black to the Future

The Diamondbacks had a three-run lead, only to lose it in the seventh. However, that was simply setting up yet another walk-off win for the crowd of over 36,000 on hand at Chase Field for Alumni Night.

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