Snake Bytes

Snake Bytes 7/30: Abbreviated Edition

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With the Diamondbacks' pre-game starting at 9:05 MST today, we bring you an abbreviated edition of Snake Bytes.

SnakeBytes, 7/29: Long run edition

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Well, for a 15-inning game, it was over quite quickly, really. The team improved to 13-0 when their pitchers get at least 45 outs (but more on that Thursday).

SnakeBytes 7/28: Afternoon Snack

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The D-backs look to rebound after losing Sunday's game and the series in questionable fashion after the Posey rule allowed Ryan Howard to score after being all but out at home.

SnakeBytes 7/27: Two bad teams going head to head

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The D'backs four run ninth inning completed a wild rally to beat the Phillies in a battle of two crap teams.

SnakeBytes 7/26: Marte shines, Miley doesn't

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Sweep the Cubs, lose the next three of four. That's D'backs baseball.

SnakeBytes 7/25: Rumors Fly

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As the trade deadline nears, talks heat up for the D'backs. Here's everything you need to know.

Snake Bytes 7/24

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Temperatures are rising outside Chase Field while trade talks het up inside.

Snake Bytes 7/23

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The Diamondbacks proved to be the more resilient team on Tuesday night, coming from behind three times en route to a 5-4 victory over the visiting Detroit Tigers.

SnakeBytes 7/21: Nibbled by Tigers

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For the eighth time in a row, the D-backs saw a winning streak end at three games last night. Reset....

SnakeBytes 7/21: Doesn't Matter, Still A Sweep

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Now granted, the Cubs aren't a particularly good team, but a sweep to start off this 2nd half of the season is a great start for a team all but looking for good news this season. The Tigers come to...

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SnakeBytes 7/20: Finding Momentum

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The D'backs finally seem to be finding their grovve with their second comeback win against the Cubs.

SnakeBytes, 7/19: Under way again

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It was a successful start for the Diamondbacks to their second half, as they erased a three-run deficit to beat the Cubs in their post-break opener at Chase Field last night. It also marked the...

SnakeBytes 7/18: Baseball is Back!

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This time it counts for real, as the MLB starts back up its 2nd half. Trevor Cahill starts the first game against the Cubs and we see if the D-backs will right the ship.

Snake Bytes 7/17

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The day after the day after is finally here.

Snake Bytes 7/16

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The World Cup is over, there are no more all-star festivities to distract us from the lack of baseball. Somehow, I think discussing possible trades might be able to fill the time left until...

SnakeBytes, 7/15: Cespedes HR Barbeque

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Yoenis Cespedes became the first repeat winner of the All-Star Home Run Derby in 15 years at Target Field, going back-to-backbackbackbackbackbackbackbackbackbackbackback...

SnakeBytes 7/14: First-half Over

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The D-backs will take their All-Star break with the most games played ever to this point. What does it mean? Probably nothing since they're 16 games under .500 and 13.5 games behind the Dodgers.

SnakeBytes 7/13: Shutout for the good guys

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The D'backs once again we're involved in a shutout, but this time they we're the team on the right end of it as they downed the Giants 2-0.

SnakeBytes 7/12: Timmy Dominates D'backs

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For the first time all season Tim Lincecum finally got the better of Goldy and the D'backs, leading the Giants to a 5-0 victory.

Good as Gold

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The Diamondbacks came from two down in the tenth against Miami closer Steve Cishek. The walk-off was provided by Paul Goldschmidt as he lined a gapper to the wall in left center field.

A.R.E. You Kidding Me?

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Addison Reed surrendered his ninth home run and blew his fifth save as the Diamondbacks fell to the Marlins 2-1 on Tuesday.

SnakeBytes, 7/8: Tommy John v5.0 edition

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Oh, look: a Diamondbacks pitcher needs Tommy John surgery. It must be Tuesday.

SnakeBytes 7/7: Time to Retool

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With the Diamondbacks seemingly out of contention from the beginning, now comes the uneasy process of admitting defeat and unloading aging players and bloated contracts. Kevin Towers wasn't lying...

SnakeBytes 7/6: Start the fire sale!

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The D'backs 10-4 loss to the Braves pretty much sums the season up. The fire sale now looks to be starting with Thatcher and Campana being traded to the Angels.

SnakeBytes 7/5: No fireworks from the D'backs

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The D'backs harmlessly loss to the Atlanta Braves by a score of 5-2, pushing them even further down in the NL West cellar.

SnakeBytes 7/4: America Day

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Happy 4th of July to all the Americans. From everyone at the Snakepit, we hope you have a wonderful day filling your faces with delicious food and preferred beverage.

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