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Snake Bytes 9/26: Hurt by Another Big Inning

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A big inning in the middle of the game by the opposition has become the band of the Diamondbacks’ starting pitching of late. That continued on Monday when the an Francisco Giants plated five runs in the fourth inning off of Zack Godley.

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San Francisco 9, Arizona 2

Zack Godley suffered his second rough outing in a row on Monday night. THe San Francisco Giants tagged the right-hander for five earned runs over four and a third innings of work. On the offensive side of things, Brandon Drury was the only starting position player who seems likely to get any playing time once the playoffs actually begin. The lineup of subs struggled to score against veteran pitcher, Johnny Cueto, who struck out eight in six innings of work while walking only two.

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