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Snake Bytes 6/25: It Was a Dark and Stormy Night

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Rain delays followed by poor pitching seemed to doom the Diamondbacks to another bad loss in Colorado, but the teem posted two three-run innings to come back and win for the first time this season when trailing after eight innings.

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Quick Quotes


"There's no excuses. You've got to perform no matter what it is. That's what I'm struggling with, just trying to find that rhythm. It's a whole different scenario for me."

-Aaron Hill


"It was one of those at-bats where you definitely aren't trying to do too much. You've got bases loaded and one out. You want to just put the ball in play."

-Jarrod Saltalamacchia

"In these type of games, where runs have been scored, in this ballpark, if you get a few guys on, something good can happen."

-Chip Hale

It Happened Last Night


Diamondbacks 8, Rockies 7

The Diamondbacks twice put up three run rallies to come from behind, the second one coming in the top of the ninth off the Rockies' closer, John Axford. Multi-hit nights from Tomas (4), Lamb (2), and Ahmed (2), combined with a 2-run homer from Goldschmidt led the offensive outbursts.

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