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Snake Bytes 7/13: Post All-Star Hangover

It’s that dreadful day of the summer, the one after the All-Star Game, when there is no baseball happening.

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American 4, National 2

In a season in which the Diamondbacks are not headed to the World Series, last night’s summer classic might not have held much meaning for Arizona fans. The ninth inning, however; did give Diamondbacks fans just what they could have asked for. Down by two, the National League put a runner on first, to bring up Paul Goldschmidt with a chance to play hero and tie the game. On top of that, he was getting to face a left-handed fastball thrower. Things didn’t go his way, but at least the fans got to see Goldschmidt put into a position to make a difference.

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