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SnakeBytes 6/13: Not a no hitter, but it's a win

Chase Anderson's no-hit bid was lost in the 7th, but the D"backs held on for a 1-0 win.

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"I've watched him day-in and day-out, I've watched the things that he's capable of doing and the things that he does on a day-to-day basis stealing bases, getting clutch hits, driving in runs, hitting home runs, playing defense. He's the best all-around player, in my opinion, in the game."

- Dave Stewart on Paul Goldschmidt

Daily D'backs

D-backs' Anderson outduels MadBum -

Chase Anderson allowed one hit in seven innings to outduel Madison Bumgarner as the Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the San Francisco Giants, 1-0, on Friday night in the opener of a three-game series at AT&T Park.

Chase Anderson flirts with no-hitter in Diamondbacks win over Giants -

RHP Chase Anderson flirted with a no-hitter and outdueled San Francisco ace Madison Bumgarner, and the Diamondbacks beat the Giants 1-0 in front of 41,952 at AT&T Park on Friday.

D'backs win BTN - Arizona Sports 620

Dave Stewart calls Paul Goldschmidt the 'best player in the game' - Arizona Sports 620

To say Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt is good at baseball would be akin to associating water with wetness. It's obvious. But to D-backs general manager Dave Stewart, Goldschmidt is so much more than simply a quality baseball player.

With Draft over, signing phase begins for D-backs -

The 2015 Draft may be over, but the work does not stop in the D-backs' front office.

Since Mark Trumbo trade, Diamondbacks offense getting by but has hopes for improvement -

Before the Trumbo trade on June 3, the Diamondbacks were scoring 4.73 runs per game and hitting .265 (average)/.324 (on-base percentage)/.407 (slugging), all above the current averages for the National League. In eight games since – including the June 3 game Trumbo sat out as the trade was being finalized – those numbers have dipped.

Goldschmidt low key about 100th home run -

It will come as no surprise to anyone who knows D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt that he had no idea the two-run homer he hit in the fifth inning against the Dodgers on Wednesday was the 100th of his career.

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