<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">I'm told Patrick Corbin was 92-95 mph in his three innings in extended spring training today. Gave up one run, threw all of his pitches.</p>— Nick Piecoro (@nickpiecoro) <a href="https://twitter.com/nickpiecoro/status/595673879584108545">May 5, 2015</a></blockquote>
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"It just seems like every mistake he makes gets hit. He's throwing 95 mph. Sometimes you think guys with that kind of velocity can get away with a mistake every now and again, but he's just in one of those ruts where every mistake gets hit and, unfortunately, it's not just a base it, it's a home run. So tough, tough break for him."
-Chip Hale on Evan Marshall
If weather permits, Collmenter and Matzek will pitch game while Ray and Lyles will start game two
When he's good, he's very good. When he's wild, things get ugly. Ray needs to harness his potential for his spot start against the Rockies for Wednesday's doubleheader.
With Salty being free to pick up for league minimum now, the Diamondbacks continue to weigh bringing him in.
Diamondbacks to be Patient with Evan Marshall
A breakout performer last season, Evan Marshall has struggled in the early going in 2015. While still showing flashes of what made him so dominant last year, Marshall's outings have been more good than bad.