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Snake Bytes 9/17: Technically Not Over Yet

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Is it time think about next year? April is a long ways away.

Arizona Diamondbacks v Houston Astros Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images

Astros 5, Diamondbacks 4

The Diamondbacks predictably couldn’t hit Verlander and Greinke had to pitch in the 7th inning for lack of a bullpen as the D-backs fall. A late rally of 3 runs in the 9th was not enough. At this point in the season, a late-season winning rally will probably fall short as well. At least, the D-backs showed their fans something this year, unlike the Arizona Cardinals who might as well not even show up.

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Despite gloomy times, the D-backs actually still have a chance. Win six or seven in a row and I will say that with a straight face.

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