Diamondbacks Game Reports

Dbacks 3, Nationals 1: Bronson Arroyo, Ace Pitcher


In a world where Bronson Arroyo is our best pitcher, the Dbacks face Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals...

D'Backs 5, Nats 6: I never learned how to Reed


The Diamondbacks fought hard this game, but a pair of solo home runs given up by Addison Reed proved to be the difference.


D-backs 5, Sox 1: Good time for everyone, save Mom

The Diamondbacks celebrated Mother's Day by forcing Chase Anderson's mom to sit through the tremendously stressful, heart-rending experience of watching her sweet baby make his major league debut...

Diamondbacks 4, White Sox 3: Baby Steps


Aided by some bad defense from Chicago and seven strong innings from Wade Miley, the Diamondbacks were able to get their 14th win of the season and are in position to win their third series in a...

D-backs 3, White Sox 9: The Art of Falling Apart


The first time through the order, McCarthy was immaculate. It took him 33 pitches to retire the opening nine batters faced, without allowing a base-runner. If only we'd stopped there.

Dbacks 7, Brewers 5: A Game of Firsts


The game tonight was marked by a lot of firsts, both firsts as in things that happened for the first time, and as in the first inning.

Diamondbacks 3, Brewers 8: Sink-o Delgado


Anyone who spent their evening watching Jack Bauer probably made the right decision. But the important info they missed from the game: Chorizo won the sausage race on Cinco de Mayo.

Diamondbacks 4, Padres 3: Just enough


Brandon McCarthy was excellent, J.J. Putz and Addison Reed less so, but the end result was acceptable, as the Diamondbacks took their third victory in a row, beating the Padres in San Diego....

D-backs 2, Padres 0: All the beer, and all the win


Probably should have written an article about San Diego beer. They have an ungodly amount of breweries in that city. Stone Brewing, Ballast Point, Pizza Port, Mission, Green Flash, Iron Fish, Port...

DBacks 5, Rockies 4: Walking Off April


The game started out rough for the Diamondbacks and Josh Collmenter, but a ninth inning rally led to a tenth inning walk off home run for Miguel Montero.

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