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Snake Bytes 7/7: Miller Done (for first half)

The Diamondabcks and Shelby Miller continued to find ways to struggle badly at home as they dropped Miller’s final start of the first half 13-6.

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Padres 13, Diamondbacks 6

The Arizona offense jumped out to an early lead, but Shelby Miller had another rough outing and was hammered in the fourth inning, turning a four-run lead into a one-run deficit. Jean Segura left the game after being hit by a pitch, and Josh Collmenter continued his descent into dismissal, allowing four runs of his own in one inning of work.

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