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Snake Bytes 4/20: A Win Streak!

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Robbie Ray threw six shutout innings and the offense came through in the fifth inning to lift the Diamondbacks to their first winning streak of 2016.

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Ray Leads Way to Third Straight Win

Robbie Ray had everything working for him on Tuesday. The left-hander threw six shutout inning, walking only two and striking out eight, handing the Diamondbacks their second consecutive series win.

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Daniel Hudson's Surgeries Chronicled in New Book

Jeff Passan's, The Arm: Inside The Billion-Dollar Mystery of the Most Valuable Commodity in Sports was released earlier this month. In it, Passan follows Hudson through not one, but ultimately two Tommy John surgeries and a pair of rehabs, before Hudson finally returned to the big leagues.

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