Mostly Real Quotes
"When you're going good you have to continue to compete. Don't give up at-bats. You have (Paul) Goldschmidt there, end up walking him, then give up a cheap hit then a homer -- stuff happened that quick." - Kenley Jansen on his outing
"He did a good job, as he usually does. Throws a lot strikes, doesn't make many mistakes so I had a great opportunity there in the fifth or sixth inning and wasn't able to come through. I would have liked to get on to see what could have happened there. Unfortunately wasn't able to do that." - Paul Goldschmidt on Zack Greinke
"You've got guys out there battling to the last out and that's what you want." - Jarrod Saltellemwachawant on the Diamondbacks mental toughness
"HA! Fooled you. They're all real." - Xipooo
A Dodger Game We Showed Up For
LA Dodgers hang on for 4-3 win over Arizona Diamondbacks - Zack Greinke has pitched a total of 15 innings against the Arizona Diamondbacks this season and hasn't allowed a run.
Corbin solid again but outdueled by Greinke - Paul Goldschmidt has been a thorn in the side of the Los Angeles Dodgers throughout his career, with a .338 batting average in the 71 games he'd played against L.A. through Saturday.
SnakePitFest Recap - (Editors Note: I too was at the game but could not find anyone. ::sad face:: )
More Team Propaganda
SAN DIEGO AT ARIZONA (Preview) - One of baseball's worst teams over the past few weeks, the San Diego Padres are in position to fall more than 10 games below .500 for the first time this season.
2015 Arizona Diamondbacks: what went wrong? - The Arizona Diamondbacks are 14.5 games out with 19 to play. Allow me to be the first to make this bold prediction: their playoff hopes are over.
Diamondbacks September Call Ups Review: Week Two - We are nearly two weeks into September, which means that the Arizona Diamondbacks have had a 40-man roster for the aforementioned time. Including the activation of Jeremy Hellickson, the Dbacks have called up 12 players. With the Dbacks roster now at 37-players strong, playing time for the recent call ups has been scarce.
Arizona Diamondbacks: 5 Players to Watch 9/14-9/20 - The Arizona Diamondbacks gained back a measure of respectability last week. They played six games at Chase Field against division rivals San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers and went 3-3. It came on the heels of a stretch in which the D-backs lost 11 out of 14 games. At 68-75, Arizona sits in third place in the National League West and are in the middle of a 23 game stretch against divisional opponents.
Welington, Saltalamacchia making noise for D-backs - The Arizona Diamondbacks have used a half-dozen catchers this season, and the last to join them, Welington Castillo and Jarrod Saltalamacchia, have made the biggest noise this season.
D-backs matters: Hudson a success story - For all the trouble Josh Johnson and Cory Luebke have had with second Tommy John surgeries, they needn't look too far for inspiration. Right-hander Dan Hudson, a record-setter with his some-15-month return from a revision, has experienced a bump in velocity in his second year since returning from his second Tommy John surgery, according to the Arizona Republic.
Dansby Swanson and Hillsboro Hops Win NWL Championship - Dansby Swanson is a Champion. With the Hillsboro Hops. We dream he'll be a World Champion one day. For now, the future of the Arizona Diamondbacks is a Champion of the Northwest. Swanson is only one ball player on the Hops team that took their 2nd consecutive Northwest League Championship. The Dbacks' Single-A affiliate is a budding dynasty.
Other Stuff I Found Interesting
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