Diamondbacks Game Reports

D-backs 9, Dodgers 2: B-boys blowout billionaires

The next time we face Los Angeles, it'll be in Sydney for Opening Day. I think we would very happily settle for a repeat of this afternoon's result, as our B-squad wiped the floor with a starting line-up of Dodgers regulars.

ARI 1, CLE 7: Cahill hurt, we get Frenchy fried

Hard to see how this could have gone much worse. Starting pitcher Trevor Cahill struggled again and had to leave with an injury, we had almost as many TOOTBLANs as hits, and managed to score just once. At least we lost to our favorite other player

Diamondbacks 3, Mariners 3: Fit to be tied (again)

Ok, I know Tom Hanks said there's no tying in baseball - I think - but that's now three of the past six games the D-backs have played, that ended indecisively.

D-backs 2, Padres 2: Didn't win or lose, had fun

You know what the worst thing about attending a spring training game is? It's coming home, and the wait to discover the location of the fragment of flesh which missed out on the sunblock. Earlobe? Ankle? Forehead. There's always one...

Diamondbacks 6/5, White Sox 4/Angels 2: Double W

Arizona got their Cactus League record back above .500 this afternoon, sweeping its split-squad games against Chicago and Anaheim, with Archie Bradley adding 3.1 more scoreless innings to his spring tally.

D-backs 0, A's 2: Recap of Epic Awesome

Goldy posting up 15 hr's in one game? Yup, just as I had foreseen. OK, that above line item never happened, but when "watching" a game through MLB At Bat exaggerations can be expected. Especially when it's a snooze-fest.

Diamondbacks 8, Athletics 8: The Eight Escape

Ah, the tie. One of the quirks of spring traning and meaningless baseball is that it's possible for games to end in a tie. Something not seen in MLB since... er, the 2002 All-Star Game. No thanks to Trevor Cahill, however.

Diamondbacks 5, Royals 6: Roller-coaster relief

This one was decided after both starters had left the game. The first pitcher out of the Kansas City bullpen was pretty bad, retiring one of seven batters faced. But our first reliever wasn't much better, Joe Paterson allowing a three-run homer.

Diamondbacks 8, Padres 6: Release the bats

After a few games where our pitching was definitely better than our offense, it was nice to see the hitters come through. They knocked out a spring high 15 hits, and needed most of them to edge the Padres at Peoria.


D-backs 5, Rockies 0: Bradley fans 6 in three inns

The long awaited, postponed debut of Archie Bradley proved thoroughly satisfactory tonight, as he held a full-strength Rockies line-up to one hit over three scoreless innings, with six strikeouts. That'll do, kid. That'll do.

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