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SnakeBytes 4/25: No ejections, no offense

While there was no drama on the field between the Bucs and D'backs, the snakes could not get anything going off of Gerrit Cole.

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"I hadn't really thought about it. I don't imagine anything happening. It's part of the game, so we want to go out there and try to win, and I'm sure they want to do the same. It broke my hand, but it's part of the game. Every team has injuries. You just try to get healthy, and I was able to do that and have kind of forgot about it now."

- Paul Goldschmidt

Daily D'backs

D-backs unable to break through against Cole -

Gerrit Cole won his third straight start as he handcuffed the D-backs for 7 2/3 innings and the Pirates hung on for a 4-1 win on Friday night at Chase Field.

D'backs loss BTN - Arizona Sports 620

Goldschmidt holds no grudge with Pirates -

D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt saw his 2014 season end against the Pirates on Aug. 1 when reliever Ernesto Frieri hit him in the left hand with a pitch, fracturing it. Friday night was the first meeting between the two teams since the incidents, and Goldschmidt said that he holds no ill will toward the Pirates. Besides, Frieri is no longer on the Pittsburgh roster.

De La Rosa takes the hill vs. Pirates for first time - game preview

Burnett takes on the D-backs at 8:10 p.m. ET, in the same place and on the near anniversary of arguably his best '14 outing, eight innings of five-hit, eight-strikeout, no-walk pitching in a 2-0 win on April 27. Rubby De La Rosa, on the other hand, will be facing the Pirates for the first time in his career. None of the 26-year-old right-hander's 31 career starts have come against the Bucs.

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