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Snake Bytes 9/9: All Good Things...

Despite coming home to face the woeful Padres, the Diamondbacks were unable to extend their franchise-record winning streak to 14 games. Patrick Corbin was shelled, ending his streak of impressive outings at five. Paul Goldschmidt was also held out for yet another game.

San Diego Padres v Arizona Diamondbacks Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

San Diego 10, Arizona 6

Patrick Corbin was rocked hard, surrendering eight runs in only 4 13 innings. J.D. Martinez continued his homer-hitting ways to help drive a rally, but the team was unable to keep the Padres from responding an inning later.

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Corbin’s Run Comes to an End

The Diamondbacks’ 13-game winning streak was not the only good streak to come to an end in Phoenix on Friday night. Patrick Corbin, coming off of five straight outings in which he surrendered only two total runs, was shelled for eight earned runs in only 4 13 innings.

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Goldschmidt Tests Elbow

Paul Goldschmidt was held out of a fifth consecutive game on Friday, but did take part in full pregame activities to test out the inflamed elbow.

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