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Snake Bytes, 5/25:Hits and Runs for (Almost) Everybody!

The Diamondbacks took full advantage of a depleted San Francisco Pitching Staff on Friday, scoring a new team road record 18 runs.

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Arizona Diamondbacks v San Francisco Giants Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images

Diamondbacks News

Arizona 18, San Francisco 2

Christian Walker went 0-for-4 with four strikeouts. Robbie Ray took 47 pitches to complete two innings of work, including 27 in the first alone, an inning in which he allowed the Giants to take the lead. Generally, that would spell a rough night for Arizona. The Arizona offense had other ideas though. Even Robbie Ray got in on the hitting fun, driving a single back up the box which ran his opposing counterpart, Drew Pomeranz, from the game after only 2 23 innings of work. Arizona then went to work on San Francisco’s tired bullpen and piled on, scoring a total of 18 runs. The run-total set a few record. It was the most runs ever scored by the Diamondbacks on the road. It was also the most runs scored by a visiting team in San Francisco.

Diamondbacks Break Out Homer Run Bats

Ketel Marte, Adam Jones, Ildemaro Vargas, and Eduardo Escobar all went deep on Friday night. Vargas’ came as the second batter of the game, setting the tone for the night to come. The other three all came with two batters on, giving the Diamondbacks half their record 18 runs on three swings of the bat.

Diamondbacks Win Big in the Bay

After scoring only five runs in three games against San Diego to start the roadtrip, the Diamondbacks needed this outburst in San Francisco.

Diamondbacks’ Bats Come Alive

It was bound to happen eventually. If the Diamondbacks kept putting tons of runners on base, eventually one of these games was going to happen.

Cron Received Call-Up News from Father

As manager of the AAA Reno Aces, Chris Cron was the man who was given the honour of telling Kevin Cron that he had been promoted to the MLB club. It was a special moment for the Cron family to be sure.

Diamondbacks Garnering Uniform Love

It seems the Diamondbacks’ current uniforms are a hit with more than just the fans.

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The Team-by-Team Cost of Signing Dallas Keuchel or Craig Kimbrel

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A Closer Look at Gleyber Torres’ Demolition of Baltimore

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Five Teams Approaching Tough Deadline Decisions

As things stand right now, these five teams have some serious soul-searching to do as this seasons hard-and-fast single trade deadline approaches. If Arizona continues to play bi-polar ball for another two weeks, they may pole vault to the top of theis list.

Bartolo Colón’s Glorious Birthday Cake

Bartolo Colón just turned 46 and the birthday cake he received to celebrate the event is just magnificent.