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2014 AZ SnakePit awards: Single-game performance of the year

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What was the best performance in a single contest this season by an Arizona Diamondback? The nominees are... Voting is open until 1pm on Friday, and we'll have the results shortly thereafter.

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April 10: Tony Campana +72.2% Win Probability

The biggest impact on a single game came from Campana, who was involved in both the tying run in the 8th, then delivering a walkoff hit in the 10th.

May 17: Paul Goldschmidt's 12 bases + six RBI

On a night when it seemed all of our hitters were on fire, Goldie was an inferno, getting four hits, all of them for extra-bases, including two homers.

May 29: Josh Collmenter faces the minimum

Collmenter turned in the best start this year by a Diamondbacks, tossing a complete-game shutout and facing only 27 batters in doing so.

June 10: Bronson Arroyo wins with torn UCL

Arroyo pitched seven strong innings, holding the Astros to one run - and did it with a completely torn UCL. Ligaments: they're VASTLY over-rated...

September 3: Daniel Hudson returns

After more than two years away from the game, and not one but two Tommy John surgeries, Hudson completed his rehab and returned to the major-leagues.

September 20: Oliver Perez fans four in an inning

Oliver Perez became the first Diamondback ever to K four batters in a single inning, working around a dropped third strike for a feat much rarer than a no-hitter.