Diamondbacks Game Reports

D-backs 6, Rockies 2: With Victory & Tacos For All

The Great Taco Famine of 2014, which began August 10th, finally came to an end 3 weeks later, just after 3:30 Arizona time, when Mark Trumbo’s single to center field brought home Aaron Hill for the...

D-backs 0, Rockies 2: Vidal Nuno, an imperfect 10


Vidal Nuno's tenth start as a Diamondback was perhaps his best to date, but the end result was no different: he still remains winless, as the offense was blanked by Tyler Matzek and the Rockies.

Diamondbacks 5, Rockies 2: Grand Lamb


You ever see a heavyweight boxing match where the two pugilists stand toe to toe, slugging it out for 15 rounds? Well, this was nothing like that.

D-backs 1, Dodgers 3: About as well as expected


A charity telethon took place at Chase Field this evening, occasionally interrupted by a baseball game. On the whole, the telethon was probably the more worthwhile endeavor.

Diamondbacks 5, Dodgers 9: Tire Fire


Old Cahill showed up tonight, and it lead to a night light on hope.

Diamondbacks 5, Padres 2: Nuño the above


Poor Vidal Nuño. It seems that taking a one-hit shutout into the eighth inning isn't quite enough to deserve a win. You're just going to have to take it all the way yourself, next time.

D-backs 5, Padres 1: Josh the boss at home again


Ever go on a trip where the accommodation is lousy, you catch dysentery, the locals are downright hostile, so you can't wait to get back, kick off your shoes and slump into your own comfy sofa?...

Diamondbacks 2, Nationals 3: Walk-off loss, again.


Arizona dropped their fifth straight after another Nationals' walk-off win.

Dbacks 1, Nationals 8: We Suck Again.


A big inning early on doomed the Dbacks early on, and they were never able to recover.

Diamondbacks 4, Nationals 5: LaRoche'd


A back and forth contest ends with former Diamondback Adam LaRoche walking it off in extras.


D-backs 3, Marlins 10: A Better Game When Decoded

In 3 innings, Josh Collmenter gave up three hits and one run, striking out two and walking none. The only problem was that those came after a first inning in which he walked one and gave up four...

Diamondbacks 1, Marlins 2: A Beer too Far


Biking in August......fun times

ARI 3, MIA 2: Score early, score not-so often


Remember that game, the last time when we were in Miami, where Gerardo Parra led off things with a home-run, and that was it for scoring? Tonight was more than a little like that.

AZ 1, CLE 0: I Have No Runs and I Must Scream


The Diamondbacks pulled out the win in extra innings to split the doubleheader in a pitcher's duel.

Diamondbacks/Indians Postponed


The game will be made up with a traditional double header tomorrow.


Rockies 5, Diamondbacks 3

Irresistible incompetence met immovable irrelevance today at Chase Field. The Snakes left too many ducks on the pond, dropping the frustrating final game of a three game series.

Diamondbacks 14, Rockies 4: We love you Peralta


Behind David Peralta's five RBI and a nine-run eighth inning, the D-backs won their second straight game and secured the series win at home.

ARI 5, COL 3: Another Beercap, another beer game


This team is gradually turning me into a non-functioning alcoholic.

D-backs 3, Royals 4: Arizona can't put out fire


A procession of flamethrowers proved just enough to keep the Diamondbacks medium-rare this evening at Chase Field, with the offense continuing to struggle where it matters most, i.e. in the runs...

Dbacks 2, Royals 12: The Royals built a snowman


The Royals built a snowman out of the crushed hopes and dreams of Diamondback fans.

D-backs 3, Pirates 2: No fights, plenty of fight


As I suspected, there did not appear to be any carry over of last night's plunking of Andrew McCutchen to today's game, which was played by both sides as if butter wouldn't melt in their mouths....

Diamondbacks 3, Pirates 8: More of the same


Believe it or not, the game was tied 1-1 up until the final two innings when the Pirates pushed across seven more runs to hand the D-backs their second straight loss.

D-backs 4, Pirates 9: International Beer Day Recap


How fortunate I get to do a recap on such a day!

D-backs 5, Reds 4: Didi + Goldie provide the java


6.2 innings from Miley and two-run homers by Didi Gregorius and Paul Goldschmidt proved just enough for the Diamondbacks to beat the Reds in Cincinnati, and take the series as well.

Dbacks 0, Reds 3: Well, I guess that happened


A rough start to the game from Cahill, plus the offense forgetting that there was a game today, doomed the Diamondbacks tonight.

Diamondbacks 2, Reds 1: And so it goes


Just your normal, run-of-the-mill, offensively deficient, 15-inning game.

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