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Diamondbacks 0, Marlins 4: This losing streak is just six

The Diamondbacks went through the motions and walked away with a loss that clinched both a sweep from the Marlins, but also an extension of a now 6 game losing streak.

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Record: 12-18. Pace: 67-95. Change over last year: -2.

What a wet fart of an ending for an awful 3 game sweep at the hands of the Marlins.

6 straight losses. It's hard to find the silver lining with all that losing, and although I'm not saying it's time to give up, it's certainly getting to be a drag.

Robbie Ray didn't have too bad of a game, though it was shortened with an elevated pitch count after 5.1 innings. He struck out 5 and gave up 6 hits, while also allowing 2 runs to score.

The Marlins scored their first run in the 3rd inning. Giancarlo Stanton walked to lead off the inning, and was brought home with a sacrifice fly and a Derek Dietrich single. Miami would slowly grow their lead from there, getting another run in the 4th and 2 in the 8th.

The Diamondbacks just simply had no response, even after Miami's starter, Adam Conley, also left the game after only 5.1 innings. The team only managed 3 hits for the game and a walk for the game, spending a lot of at-bats looking listless. Look, I want to get to a Cinco de Mayo party, too, but I at least tried hard to pretend I was working today.

What, though, is there really to say about a shitty game like this? The D-backs are scuffling, and need to figure it out fast. The season certainly isn't over after being 6 games under .500 at the beginning of May, but they haven't given me any reason to hope yet, either.

Source: FanGraphs

Dos Equis: Zac Curtis (4.5%)
Corona: Brandon Drury (-12.5%)

Slow activity in the Gameday Thread tonight; you'd think it was an afternoon game in the middle of the week. Shoewizard and MichaelMcD831993 led the way with 35 comments, and they were joined by: AzDbackfanInDc, Cardscrazy247, Diamondhacks, Hazzard21, IBACKTHEDBACKS, Jim McLennan, JoeCB1991, MrMrrbi, Oldenschoole, Re Tired, RobertMerrill, Sprankton, Xerostomia, azonafan, blue bulldog, coldblueAZ, david.munter, dbacks_in_vegas, edbigghead, hotclaws, kamshing, luckycc, onedotfive, and rd33

Tomorrow the Diamondbacks continue their tour of pain by heading to Atlanta for a 3 game set against the Braves. Let's see if they can manage to win a game!