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SnakeBytes 6/27: At least we might win today

With a loss to the Padres, the D'backs fell to 3 games under .500. But hey, at least we now have a shot at winning this evening!

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"The truth is we did not know what Touki's value would be if we shopped him. There is a lot of speculation on that. People are assuming it would have been better, but we don't know. It's tough to say we could have gotten more. He was drafted at No. 16, given ($2.7) million. In my opinion, that's his value."

- Dave Stewart

Daily D'backs

Arizona Diamondbacks' errors costly in loss to San Diego Padres -

The San Diego Padres capitalized on three Diamondbacks miscues and used their speed to manufacture runs on Friday night, defeating Arizona 4-2 at Petco Park in the opening game of a three-game series.

D'backs loss BTN - Arizona Sports 620

Bradley to get second opinion on shoulder -

D-backs right-hander Archie Bradley will have his shoulder examined by noted orthopedic surgeon James Andrews as the team tries to get to the bottom of the discomfort he experienced during a rehab start Wednesday night.

Stewart: Perception of Toussaint's value 'inflated' -

The Diamondbacks have been criticized by many in the baseball industry for not getting enough in return for Toussaint, who was traded, essentially, for $10 million in salary relief. In the interview, Stewart downplayed Toussaint's value, adding that he isn't sure what the pitcher's worth would be on the market.

Diamondbacks Are Winning the Castillo-Trumbo Deal -

The Snakes have a big upper hand in the Welington Castillo for Mark Trumbo trade. The numbers are not even close.

Hellickson aims to even series vs. Cashner, Padres - game preview

D-backs starter Jeremy Hellickson nearly pitched seven innings for the first time this season last Sunday against the Padres. The right-hander will have a chance to go deep against them again Saturday, when the D-backs take on Andrew Cashner and the Padres in the second game of the three-game set in San Diego.

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