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Snake Bytes 8/11: Ray, Hernandez Send Diamondbacks Streaking

Robbie Ray dominated, throwing seven innings of shutout baseball. Oscar Hernandez provided the late-inning heroics with his first career home run in the 12th, giving the Diamondbacks their third win in a row.

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Diamondbacks 3, Mets 2

Robbie Ray was dominant, but was the victim of his bullpen as Jake Barrett gave up a two-run gopher ball with one out in the ninth inning. Heroics were provided by recently promoted Oscar Hernandez when he launched his first career homer run to give the Diamondbacks back the lead in the 12th inning.

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