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Snake Bytes 9/17: No Ray of Hope

Robbie Ray struggled to put hitters away, elevating his pitch count to 102 in the fifth inning before Matt Kemp tagged him for a three-run home run which led the Padres to a 6-4 victory.

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"It's frustrating. I get those two outs, and then I walk a guy and that started it all -- the walk. You just can't walk guys like that. Really it was just one pitch that got me. The pitch to Kemp."

Robbie Ray

It Happened Last Night

Padres 6, Diamondbacks 4

Diamondbacks' starter Robbie Ray was unable to control his pitch count and Matt Kemp took advantage in the 5th inning by launching a three-run home run to help lead San Diego to a win of game three and the series.


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