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Snakebytes 6/27: A New Record, and a Skipping Record

Stop me if you’ve heard this one. Dbacks go up, go down, go up again, then lose it in the bullpen.

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Diamondback News

Diamondbacks lose to Rockies 9-7 on Reynolds' homer in 9th - Patrick Corbin faded fast and the Arizona Diamondbacks ended their positive road trip with a thud.

Arizona Diamondbacks set franchise record despite loss to Colorado Rockies - Arizona finished with 56 hits to set a club record for a four-game series. The previous best was 53, done twice against Colorado. The last time it happened was 2012.

D-backs close successful 10-game road trip: By the numbers - While the offense put up big numbers late, Arizona handled business better in the front-half of the trip, where sound starting pitching led to five straight wins.

PHILADELPHIA AT ARIZONA PREVIEW - The last time the Diamondbacks saw the Philadelphia Phillies, Arizona was coming off a loss to Clayton Kershaw and a 4-5 homestand. That was then.


Arizona Diamondbacks: Jean Segura is breaking out - It’s safe to say that Arizona Diamondbacks second baseman Jean Segura is having his best season in the majors. In 71 games, Segura is batting .307/.347/.437 with five home runs, 30 RBI, 16 doubles and four triples. He also has 92 base hits, and those 16 doubles match his total for last season.

July schedule represents golden opportunity for D-Backs - The Diamondbacks look to be ending June surprisingly well, as the team has gone 7-3 in its last 10 games. This includes an impressive four-game sweep in Philadelphia and a one-and-one split in Toronto. Continuing this stretch of good play into July, however, may not be that easy.

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