I should have come got it. I found myself kind of back too far and had to rush the throw a little bit and obviously made a bad throw.
No, I had a good grip on it. I just had to rush it and, at that time, I was just caught in between and I should have come and got the ball and didn't come and get it. Obviously, our pitchers did well and in a game like that, you definitely don't want that to happen especially when your pitching staff has done so well all game. To have it end like that, it's definitely my fault. That's a horrible way to lose
It was a grind. It was a battle. Those guys did a great job at the plate. They were laying off some pretty good pitches. I felt like it was bases loaded, one out every inning. I was just trying to make pitches and I was fortunate enough to get a couple of ground balls.
D-backs' road trip ends with another painful loss | FOX Sports
Arizona drops a 1-0 game to Washington on a throwing error in the ninth, as the Diamondbacks end their road trip at 2-8.
Ninth-inning error mars pitching duel for D-backs | MLB.com
The D-backs and Nationals hooked up in a pitchers' duel Thursday in which it felt like neither pitcher threw the ball particularly well. And it ended with a walk-off throwing error. Jordan Pacheco's ninth-inning throwing error allowed the Nationals to score the game-winning run as they beat the D-backs, 1-0, to complete the four-game sweep at Nationals Park.
D-backs happy to get reacquainted with Williams | dbacks.com
A four-game series at Nationals Park gave the D-backs an opportunity to visit with former coach and current Nationals manager Matt Williams.
Inciarte playing way into mix for next season | dbacks.com
Ender Inciarte struggled mightily earlier this season, but the rookie turned the corner and has given the D-backs plenty to think about as they look ahead to 2015 and beyond.
Ender Inciarte finally making most of opportunity | azcentral.com
Injuries created opportunities with Diamondbacks, and OF Ender Inciarte took advantage. Entering Thursday, Inciarte was hitting .298 with a .339 on-base and .736 OPS in his past 46 games, respectable numbers for anyone, but especially for a player who runs well and provides above-average defense in center field.
Diamondbacks open series against Padres | azcentral.com
The Diamondbacks and Padres open up a 3-game series at Chase Field in Phoenix with Josh Collmenter on the mound.
D-backs talk speeding up 'boring' baseball games | azcentral.com
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Scout's honor: The discovery of David Peralta | FOX Sports
Rookie outfielder David Peralta has been a real find for the Diamondbacks this season, thanks to a tireless scout who excels at uncovering hidden talent in the independent leagues.
Daniel Hudson enjoying fatherhood during recovery | azcentral.com
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