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Snake Bytes 4/19: Giant-Sized Win

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The game had a late start. Then it went 4 1/2 hours and 11 innings, but the Diamondbacks walked away with a win against the division-leading rival San Francisco Giants.

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Lamb, Segura Lift Diamondbacks in Extras

Jake Lamb hit a game-tying homer in the ninth and added an insurance run in the eleventh after Jean Segura gave the team the lead for good.

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Diamondbacks Rally for Win in San Francisco

It took 4 ½ innings and some last out heroics by Jake Lamb, but the Diamondbacks managed to steal a win in San Francisco.

Bradley Start a Dud

With all the innings combined with the lack of off-days, Archie Bradley was called upon to give the pitching staff a breather. His lackluster performance Monday night was the opposite of what the doctor ordered.

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