Robbie Ray didn't have his best stuff Wednesday against the Giants. Despite allowing four runs in four innings though, he still appears to be the leading candidate for the final slot in the Arizona rotation.
It was an off day for Arizona starter, Robbie Ray. That was okay though, as his offense picked him up and dusted him off, hitting three homers (one an inside-the-park variety) en route to a 10-6 victory over the division rival San Francisco Giants.
Friday will mark the 2-year anniversary of Patrick Corbin undergoing Tommy John surgery. The Arizona left-hander's recovery has been handled slowly and carefully, but the results are paying off.
In a timeshare not unlike what the Diamondbacks have employed in the outfield over the last two seasons, Arizona may use three middle infielders for two positions.
On Tuesday night, Peter O'Brien his fourth home run of spring, another no-doubter. It was the hardest hit home run of the Statcast era, registering at 119.5 mph. Compared to all hits last season, it would have been the third-hardest hit, but still the hardest home run.
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