Robbbie Ray was effectively wild, but neither the offense or the bullpen were able to get him out of the trouble he made for himself. Chris Owings did manage a pair of solo home runs in the loss, but Paul GOldschmidt had a rar 0-for-5 night, striking out three times against Colorado’s Jon Gray.
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Under-rated is not a word that fits for Paul Goldschmidt, but under-appreciated is.
While it is still not a stretch to say Paul Goldschmidt is laregly under-appreciated, he is at least getting recognition.
Anyone want to wager on who ranks number one?
Always known for being a cerebral pitcher, when things started going the wrong way for Greinke, he turned to the numbers behind the numbers to figure out what was going wrong.
It’s not secret that Torey Lovullo has trotted out a number of head-scratching lineups this season, many of which have worked out. Fans of the Diamondbacks that have been wondering about this can, at least in part, than Joe Maddon for this.
The Diamondbacks have now completed 81 games and have a solid grip on the first Wild Card, while trailing the Los Angeles Dodgers by only 3.5 games, with 12 games remaining against the division rivals.