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SnakeBytes 5/7: Broken Streak Edition

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So, the Diamondbacks finally broke their losing streak last night, and Zack Greinke looked like the pitcher the Diamondbacks signed. Sure, it was against the Braves, but it was also against one of the types of pitchers that normally threaten to throw perfect games against the Diamondbacks.

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(Note: my internet access is not normal at the moment, so I likely won't be on here much, if at all, today. So make sure to read the comments for any additional articles that may be posted.)

Last Night's Game

Greinke Helps D-backs End Six Game Slide
Last night's game also featured A.J. Pierzynski doing his best Nick Ahmed impersonation and getting thrown out arguing balls and strikes.

Diamondbacks 'Chilling' as They Snap Skid vs. Braves
PSA: The name of the Bob Marley song is "Three Little Birds"

Greinke, Drury Help D-backs End 6 Game Skid

Peralta With 3 Hits as D-backs Stop Skid

Other Diamondback News

Cougars' Justin Donatella Makes Pitch with Diamondbacks' Honor
Provides a look at last year's 15th round pick and April's pitcher of the month, who is putting together a great season so far at Kane County.

Around Baseball

Tim Lincecum Ready for Next Step
With the pitching struggles, you have to think the Diamondbacks will be in on Lincecum. Whether or not they can sign him, or even if it would be a good idea, remains to be seen.

Ender Inciarte Set to Return for Braves
Inciarte has been working his way back from a hamstring strain, the same injury that sidelined him for a month last season.

Let's Watch Adam Eaton Save 12 Runs

Can Pitchers Prevent Solid Contact?

Looking Ahead

Back in Atlanta, Miller Searches for Spark
Miller will try to follow Greinke's example and look like the player the Diamondbacks thought they were getting.