Robbie Ray threw a complete-game shutout in Pittsburgh, just when the team really needed a lift. Adding ten strikeouts, made him the first Diamondback to have such a game on the road since Randy Johnson’s perfect game in Atlanta all the way back in 2004.
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Robbie Ray has not allowed a run in 24 2⁄3 innings now. Is he finally putting his game all together the way it was pictured when the Diamondbacks acquired him?
During 2017, Arizona’s Robbie Ray has significantly improved his pace on the mound, and it seems to be working. Are the two related?
Arizona’s third baseman is becoming a difference-maker with his bat.
Taijuam Walker’s recovery seems to be going as well as could be hoped for. However, with Randall Delgado having success filling in for Walker, the team is going to make sure Walker recovers properly after yesterday’s simulated outing. It still remains possible that Walker could then pitch on Sunday.
Inside the ‘zona looks at how much longer a contending Arizona team can afford to run with Patrick Corbin in the rotation.
It is probably time for the first wave of promotions.
The ESPN analyst feels J.B. Buskauskas may have hurt his draft ranking by having a rough game his last outing and thinks that the performance may have pushed Arizona toward outfielder Adam Haseley.
Are the two-seamer and the sinker the same? That depends on who you ask.
Has the annual summer cooling of the Colorado Rockies begun, or is Los Angeles just now starting to find their stride?
Both players will appeal the suspensions that resulted from the Nationals/Giants brawl of Monday.