Diamondbacks Game Reports

Diamonds 2, Mets 5: Swept at home

The Diamondbacks bats were quiet far too long today, and the Mets took advantage of Arizona's mistakes.

Dbacks 0, Mets 9: Is it even a dumpster fire?

I'll be honest. I didn't have particularly high hopes for this game. Bronson Arroyo hasn't really impressed me much this season. However, even in my darkest nightmares, I couldn't have expected what happened next.

Diamondbacks 3, Mets 7: Groan of unbearable angst

We lost at home to the (curse word)ing Mets. How do you think it went?

Diamondbacks 6, Dodgers 8: Can't Dodge the sweep

Diamondback fans might have been feeling optimistic. The team had just completed a series win on the road in San Francisco. The team was only three games out of first; we're in this! But after this series, it's quickly seeming like all hope is lost.

Diamondbacks 5, Dodgers 8: Greinke Shines

A mix of bad pitching and untimely hitting resulted in another home loss for the Diamondbacks.

Dodgers 6 D-backs 0: Well, that was kinda fun...

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Diamondbacks 6, Giants 5: Extras on Get Away Day

Tony Campana and Cliff Pennington totaled 7 hits to lead the Diamondbacks to their first series victory of the season.

DBacks 7, Giants 3: Is "Owned" Strong Enough?

Paul Goldschmidt faced off against Tim Lincecum tonight in San Francisco. If you know these two players, you can guess how it ended.

Diamondbacks 3, Giants 7: Normal service resumes

Turns out Sunday's victory over the Rockies was more a blip than any sign a corner had been turned. Another awful game from our starting pitcher condemned the D-backs to their eighth loss in the first 10 games. We're also 0-4 in Opening Days.


Diamondbacks 5, Rockies 3: Singular becomes Plural

That took a long time didn't it? But the guys in Sedona Red secured their second win of the season. That it took nine games to get to this point . . . well, let's focus on the positives, eh?


Diamondbacks 4, Rockies 9: Worst start ever

Once again the Diamondbacks' pitching proves to be the shortcoming of the 2014 club as they fall to 1-7 on the season, the worst start in seventeen years.

Diamondbacks 2, Rockies 12: Blacked out in Coors

Ironically, before this game, I was discussing with Turambar the possibility of a combined recap/Fang Food piece. It's ironic, because pretty much the only way to get through this one would have been to drink heavily.

Diamondbacks 0, Giants 2: A Quiet Night Out

Tim Hudson shut down the Diamondbacks offense. Trevor Cahill didn't pitch poorly, but he just didn't have any room for error.

Diamondbacks 5, Giants 4: Victory, not vengeance

I missed the top of the first inning. So, as far as I'm concerned, we scored twice in the bottom half, then Wade Miley, Will Harris and Addison Reed blanked San Francisco the rest of the way. Easy win. That's my story and I'm sticking with it.

Diamondbacks 8, Giants 9: Another Bullpen Meltdown

The game started off well, and then it didn't so hard.

Diamondbacks 8, Cubs 9: And so, it ends...

Arizona almost pulling off a stunning comeback, rallying from six runs down to have a ninth-inning lead. However, our bullpen couldn't hold it - let's hope that's not an omen for the season to come...

Diamondbacks 1, Cubs 3: Chase what doesn't matter

The first warm-up game at Chase didn't augur well for the upcoming re-start to the season, as the D-backs were blanked on four hits into the eighth inning by Edwin Jackson and the Cubs.

Diamondbacks 1/2, Reds 9/Indians 3

There was to be no joy for Arizona in the final split-squad session of 2014, as both sides lost. The road D-backs went down heavily in Goodyear, but the Salt River Fields bunch kept it closer.

D-backs 14, Cubs 4: That's where our offense went

After managing one run over the first 26 innings in Australia, looks like our hitters found the "on" switch. They pounded out 20 hits in a Cub beatdown so harsh, PETA released a statement of concern.

Diamondbacks 5, Dodgers 7: Too little, too late

Trevor Cahill belly flopped in his 2014 debut, and the D-backs' offense struggled to push runs across against Hyun-Jin Ryu. A four-run ninth inning ultimately wasn't enough to split the opening series with Los Angeles.

D-backs 1, Dodgers 3: Offense down, Arizona under

Arizona's streak of victories to start the season ended at six, and though they became the first team to score off Clayton Kershaw on Opening Day., it wasn't enough, as one run was all the offense could manage in Sydney.

Diamondbacks 0, Team Australia 5: Wallaby Damned

Glad I didn't stay up for this one. Arizona went 0-for-11 with runners in scoring position, and were blanked by Team Australia.

D-backs 6, Brewers 5: Bee squad powers late win

Three runs in the ninth saw Arizona clinch late victory in their pre-season finale before heading off to Australia. The local insects clearly wanted to wish the team farewell, with another bee delay.

D-backs 4, Cleveland 2: Corbin good, bad and hurt

Bit of a Rorschach blot of an outing for Patrick Corbin this afternoon, in his last start before Australia. Reason for optimism? Why, certainly. Cause for concern? We got you covered there too.

Diamondbacks 8, Brewers 9: Re-running 2013

Arizona surrendered leads of 2-0, 6-2 and 8-7 this afternoon, Milwaukee tying the game in the ninth and walking it off in the 10th. Brad Ziegler and Bo Schultz both were tagged with blown saves. Get them all out of your system now, lads...

Diamondbacks 3, Mariners 6: Bradley does badly

The Archie Bradley Hypemobile may not have dropped its transmission, but it certainly hit a nasty pothole this afternoon at Salt River Fields.

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