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Snake Bytes 7/2: One Bad Inning

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A three-run third inning doomed Robbie Ray and the Diamondbacks Wednesday night as they dropped the rubber-game of the series 4-3.

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"We all feel like he's ready, but we just want to make sure over these next few days that he feels the way he should feel, and that's the way we want to go as a group. Between the training staff and front office and the coaching staff, he's ready to pitch, we're just not 100 percent sure if we don't want him to go out."

-Chip Hale on Patrick Corbin's return

"You fear the worst and hope for the best. In this case, there's a lot of evidence. The MRIs have been done and show that his shoulder looks good. His elbow is good...we're going to be really careful with him, but I'd be surprised if any news came out that is a step in the wrong direction."

-Tony La Russa on Archie Bradley

"He just couldn't stop the bleeding that one inning. Other than that I thought he pitched pretty well, gave us a chance to win. You know, in this ballpark you think you can score four runs."

-Chip Hale on Robbie Ray

It Happened Last Night

Dodgers 4, Diamondbacks 3

The Diamondbacks were unable to overcome Robbie Ray's three-run, third inning hiccup, dropping the rubber-game of the series to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Recap

By the Numbers


Corbin Could Return Saturday

While initial reports had long-injured Patrick Corbin finally returning to the mound in Texas, it now seems he could be back a start sooner for the Diamondbacks.

Tony La Russ Speaks About Bradley, Pitching

The Diamondbacks Chief Baseball Officer talks to Doug and Wolf about the team's immediate pitching future (link to interview included).

Hudson Settling In at 98 mph

After missing two season to a pair of Tommy John surgeries, Daniel Hudson is beginning to find his groove again as the Diamondbacks' set-up man.