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SnakeBytes 6/21: Goldy still owns Lincecum

Goldy reached base all three times against Lincecum to help the D'backs push the Giants losing streak to six.

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"It wasn't me greatest outing. I made a couple of bad pitches in key spots, but my defense came through. I'm just glad the team got me the win"

- Josh Collmenter

"It's sad. I've really, really enjoyed my time here. My family, we obviously live here and to be able to call the Diamondbacks home as well was a pleasure, an absolute pleasure."

- JJ Putz

Daily D'backs

Diamondbacks take series opener with 4-1 win over Giants - azcentral

Arron Hill drove in 2 runs, Paul Goldschmidt continued his dominance over Tim Lincecum and the Diamondbacks won for just the third time in 10 games to open the homestand against the Giants.

Collmenter rewarded after grinding out 5 innings -

It wasn't pretty, but D-backs starter Josh Collmenter found a way to last 5 inning while his offense managed to get him enough support in a 4-1 Friday night at Chase field.

D-backs win over the Giants: By the numbers - Arizona Sports 620

McCarthy hopes to continue success from last start - game preview

McCarthy's run with the D'backs has not gone smoothly. He excelled in his last outing,though, surrendering three earned runs on seven hits in seven innings on Monday. The right-hander was knocked around to the tune of 5 runs of 6 hits in 6 2/3 on opening day against the Giants.

JJ Putz: "I've really, really enjoyed my time with the Arizona Diamondbacks" - Arizona sports 620

Putz called the Diamondbacks a "first class organization from top to bottom", thanking team president Derrick Hall, general manager Kevin Towers and manager Kirk Gibson.

Diamondbacks ink Toussaint to contract - azcentral

Toussaint went 8-2 this past season with a 1.22 era and struck out 104 batters in 63 1/3 innings. Now that the D'backs have locked up their first rounder, the question now is how long will it take the 17-year old to get to the major leagues.

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Encarnacion leads Blue Jays' epic comeback -

These guys can hit.