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Snake Bytes 6/3: Just an Ugly Outing

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Patrick Corbin’s pitching has not improved and the Arizona defense had a day of kicking the ball around the infield.

Arizona Diamondbacks v Miami Marlins Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images

Arizona 5, Miami 7

Patrick Corbin gave up three home runs. Jake Lamb, Brandon Drury, and Chris Owings all had miscues on the infield. In short, the Diamondbacks gave away a game they probably should have won.

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