"We didn't pitch good, we certainly didn't play very good defense and we didn't hit," manager Kirk Gibson said. "It's a game that we'd like to quickly forget. They pounded us."
"Everything I threw was kind of toward the middle of the plate," Miley said. "It really wasn't my night at all."
The game started out a close one. Going into the 5th inning, the Royals were up on the Diamondbacks by a score of 3-1. But, then things got harry. Nori Aoki hit his first home run of the season in the 5th, a grand slam no less. It was one of three home runs hit in the inning, propelling the Royals to an 8 run frame and a 12-2 victory.
Paola Boivin opines that it might be time for the Diamondbacks to join modern, civilized society and put the retaliation mentality in the rear-view.
The Diamondbacks' CBO defends his team from the harsh criticism being leveled at it by the national media.
The Cincinnati Reds were the beneficiaries of an odd play involving a wide pitch from Jumbo Diaz as he warmed up in the bullpen.
This guy can just plain hit, and he's only getting better.