Last Night's Disaster
Hale: "We're a family. It's like one of your family members taken away from you right now." Yeah, it's like having the family member that buys the groceries taken away.
Other Diamondbacks News
An article from Forbes that may already be obsolete, given the events that transpired only shortly after it was written. Pollock figured big in everyone's expectations for this season, and this is no exception.
Some actually picked the D-backs to make the postseason! Given the source, I find that very surprising. (Granted, my picks generally agree with theirs, but certain writers there do seem to dislike the Diamondbacks while overlooking the transgressions of teams they like (Astros, for example, who are the near universal pick to win the AL West, a division that should be tougher than the NL West.)
Featuring several Diamondbacks, none of them winning awards, but finishing top-three. I'm going to hold out hope that Socrates Brito winds up in the ROY race, or at least receives votes like Inciarte in 2014.
"If we did something that sounded different," La Russa said, "it's not different because we know what we're doing. It's different because we don't. I have a big objection to that."
Because it always seems to. Also, schadenfreude.
There's a facsimile of a baseball game today
if you have any will to live if you care to watch it, free on MLB.tv and maybe on one of the FSAZ stations, I don't know. Hopefully Chip Hale will have learned his lesson and will call people out of the stands to play instead of playing stars.