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Snake Bytes 4/12: Late Edition

Game two of the Diamondbacks’ road trip wound up much wetter and more exciting at the end than most Arizona fans would have cared for. Still, a win is a win, and last night the team scored yet another one against the division-rival Giants.

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Arizona Diamondbacks v San Francisco Giants Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

Arizona 4, San Francisco 3

It wasn’t pretty, but the Diamondbacks managed to hold on and secure a win after Robbie Ray gave the team 6 23 inning of shoutout baseball. The hard-throwing left-hander did walk five in the outing, something he will need to work on, but he also struck out eight. Meanwhile, Jake Lamb cleared a bases-loaded situation with a triple to left-center field.

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