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SnakeBytes 7/25: Inconsistent, as usual.

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After an 8-3 win over the Brewers last game, the D'backs showed up flat last night. Raise your hand if you've heard that before....

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"I just worked ahead, threw a lot of first-pitch strikes and they were chasing the slider. Since I've been back, I feel like my stuff's there, it's just a matter about being consistent."

- Patrick Corbin

Daily D'backs

Corbin goes 7 strong but takes hard-luck loss -

Corbin suffered the hard-luck loss in his best outing since returning from Tommy John surgery earlier this month. The left-hander went seven innings, his longest outing of the season, and matched a career-high with 10 strikeouts. The D-backs lost for the ninth time in 11 games.

D-backs waste Corbin's dominant effort - Fox Sports Arizona

The way things are going, the Arizona Diamondbacks could use a silver lining.They got one Friday night from Patrick Corbin. The Diamondbacks lost again, this time to the Milwaukee Brewers 2-1, but Corbin was outstanding.

Arizona Diamondbacks: Reviewing 2014's Deadline Deals -

When the dust settled, the D’backs traded three key players for a total of four players/prospects. Let’s revisit those deals and take stock of the return that the Snakes received.

D-backs look to cut down on strikeouts -

Several months ago in Spring Training, D-backs manager Chip Hale said the club put a strong emphasis on striking out less and taking a better approach at the plate with two strikes. But just past the season's halfway point, the strikeout totals have slowly been rising. That includes during the team's current rough stretch, when they have lost eight of their last 10 games.

Recalling what it was like to cover Randy Johnson’s perfect game -

De La Rosa, D-backs eye bounceback vs. Brewers - game preview

Jungmann has been terrific since a June promotion to the Major Leagues, and has been particularly tough of late. He owns a 1.29 ERA over his last five starts, and has made a quality start -- six or more innings with three or fewer earned runs -- in each of his last four outings. In his first eight Major League starts, Jungmann has held opponents to a .211 average. The D-backs will counter with Rubby De La Rosa, who pitched seven innings of one-run ball in a win over the Marlins on Monday to snap a skid of four straight starts without a win.