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Snake Bytes 4/22: Still .500

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Chase Anderson's wonderful outing was spoiled by Daniel Hudson's first truly poor outing. On the plus side, Yasmany Tomás had 2 hits in his first MLB start, and despite the loss, the Diamondbacks remain a .500 team after 14 games.

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Quick Quotes

"He had three good at-bats, put the ball in play, got two hits. We know what we have. We know he can hit. We just need to find some at-bats for him. His opportunity is here for him to play and get some at-bats. We'll see how he does."

-Chip Hale on Yasmany Tomás

It Happened Last Night

Rangers 7, Diamondbacks 1

Chase Anderson turned in another strong outing, allowing only one run in seven innings of work. Unfortunately for the Diamondbacks, his good night was spoiled by Hudson's first rough outing of the season.

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