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Snake Bytes: 5/1 - Bumgarner Streaking

Madison Bumgarner wan his third game in a row on a night where Arizona sports went 4-0.

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Diamondbacks News

Colorado 2, Arizona 7

Madison Bumgarner went five strong innings. Arizona’s bats came to life in the middle innings. That combination propelled the Diamondbacks past Jon Gray and the anaemic Rockies for their second win in the series.

Ailing Bumgarner Guts Out Victory

Madison Bumgarner has gotten himself on a roll. On Friday night, he took the mound, despite feeling under the weather, and held the Rockies to one run through five innings before Torey Lovullo pulled the left-hander and turned the game over to the bullpen.

Bumgarner, Diamondbacks End April Red-Hot

Bumgarner has won three in a row, including the no-hitter-that-wasn’t. The Diamondbacks are 9-2 in their last 11. Arizona still has 16 more games in this soft part of the schedule,

Other Baseball News

The Kansas City Royals: Rebuilding in First Place

This season was supposed to be a rebuilding season for the other team from Missouri. Despite sticking to that script, the Royals have found themselves the unlikely holder of the second-best record in baseball, sitting atop the AL Central.

Seven Questions April Has Us Pondering

Are the Royals, Giants, or Yermín Mercedes for real? How will Shohei Ohtani stack up by the end of the season? What kind of base thievery are we in for? Just how good are Vlad Jr and Jacob deGrom?

When Pitchers and Stealing Bases Collide

It should surprise few regular patrons of the Snake Pit that Zack Greinke features prominently in this fun look at pitchers doing non-pitcher things.

Mets’ Smith Gets Juvenile

There is little denying that the Phillies’ Jose Alvarado went out of his way to start a dust-up with the team from Queens. That said, Dominic Smith calling him out and challenging Alvarado to come fin d him in the tunnels is just not good form.

Roberto Alomar Placed on MLB Restricted List Over 2014 Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Hall of Fame infielder, Roberto Alomar, has been declared ineligible to work with MLB in any capacity. Additionally, the Blue Jays have also cut ties with the 12-time all-star.