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For the third game in a row, the Colorado Rockies got homer happy off Diamondbacks pitching, taking the game and series with a 4-3 victory Wednesday afternoon at Chase Field.

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Homer Happy Colorado Rocks Corbin, Diamondbacks

Trevor Story continued the improbable start to his career, contributing one of the three home runs Colorado managed off of Patrick Corbin in his seven innings of work in Arizona's 4-3 loss on Wednesday afternoon.

Diamondbacks Drop First Series of Season - Recap

In a series featuring three starting pitchers expected to be somewhere between good and great, the series was all about the offense, from both sides.

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Diamondbacks Receive New Ownership

Followers of Paul Goldschmidt will be familiar with this form of purchase.

The Sky Isn't Falling

Three games out of 162 is less than 2% of the season. No team likes this sort of start, but it is hardly the season.


Jake Lamb on Going Gap-to-Gap

The Diamondbacks' third baseman answers questions for David Laurila.

Story on "Historic Pace"

Three games into his career, Troy Tulowitzki's replacement has a combined four home runs off of Zack Greinke, Shelby Miller, and Patrick Corbin.

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Noah Syndergaard Steps Things Up

As good as he was in 2015, some cautioned that the best was yet to come out of New York's very own Thor. In his first game of the season, he got 16 swings and misses in six innings against the best contact team in baseball; only once all last year did the defending World Series Champion Kansas City Royals exceed that number. It looks like the best may indeed be yet to come.