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Top 14 Diamondbacks to not get a hit with runners in scoring position in 2015

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An Arizona Diamondback stepped up to the plate with a runner in scoring position, and you won't BELIEVE what happened next!

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

14. Chase Anderson - hitting .250 so far with at least one runner in scoring position. Gonna need to do better than that, guy!

13. Rubby De La Rosa - Also .250 with RISP. Maybe hitting when someone is at least at second base 'rubby's' him the wrong way.

12. Paul Goldschmidt - hitting .211 with RISP. More like Canada's First baseman, riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight? (In your FACE, Joey Votto)

11. Yasmany Tomas - hitting .200 with RISP. How many runner do you want stranded? Yasmany as possible!

10. Chris Owings - also hitting .200 with RISP. He doesn't Owings you anything.

9. Tuffy Gosewisch - .188. Somehow not the last in an offensive category.

8. Mark Trumbo - .182. Proven bats don't need to explain their mysterious powers.

7. David Peralta - .182. Okay, but let's argue about his lefty/righty splits.

6. Andrew Chafin - .167. His clutchiness Chafins me the wrong way.

5. Aaron Hill - .154. Is there something beyond 'over the hill'?

4. Archie Bradley - .143. He's never going to get Veronica with that performance.

3. Gerald Laird - .000. 7 Laird dip of not hitting.

2. Chad Penning - .000. Maybe he should have stuck with football.

1. Nick Ahmed - .000. Ouch.