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Greg Holland is still hanging losses on Arizona.

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Diamondbacks News

Kansas City 6, Arizona 4

Arizona rocked former Diamondback, Ian Kennedy in the second inning. Unfortunately, another former Diamondback, Greg Holland, pitched well enough to vulture a win; hanging yet another loss on Arizona even though he is no longer with the team to blow saves.

Offense Showing Promise Despite Loss

After an hour-long delay to the start of the game, Arizona’s offense came out firing on all cylinders for once. Still, it was not enough to overcome some pitching difficulties, as the Diamondbacks dropped their seventh spring contest in a row.

Peralta’s Work Ethic Paying Off

Early in his career, David Peralta needed to leave everything he had on the field just to get noticed. Then he made it to the Majors. Once there, he continued to be a hard worker, always sweating, always giving his all. This impressed his first manager, Kirk Gibson. This led to more playing time. Now, the hard work has paid off in the form of a life-altering extension. David Peralta is still grinding it out, putting in the work and taking nothing for granted as he tries to improve on the player he is and to make sure he keeps his place on the field.

Diamondbacks Showing Appreciation for Arizona Teachers

Through the Most Valuable Teachers program, the D-backs and the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation recognize local teachers each month who have gone above and beyond and want to help tell those special and unique stories.

The Diamondbacks and the NL West Shuffle (Part 1)

How have all the moves in the NL West this winter changed the outlook for the Arizona Diamondbacks?

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