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Snake Bytes: 7/10 - According to Plan

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Taylor Widener had a solid first outing back from injury. The offense put up tacos. The bullpen was effective. Put all together, the Diamondbacks won a game, on the road, against the Dodgers.

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Diamondbacks News

Arizona 5, Los Angeles 2

Taylor Widener managed to hold the Dodgers to one run through four and a third innings. The bullpen came in and managed to hold the Dodgers to one run through another four and two thirds innings. Arizona’s bats also put in work. Eduardo Escobar hit a two-run home run, while Christian Walker and David Peralta both added two hits of their own.

Widener, Escobar Power Diamondbacks to Victory

The return of Taylor Widener to the mound was the first of many pieces of good news for the Diamondbacks on Friday night. All-star Eduardo Escobar contributed by launching a go-ahead home run in the fifth.

Escobar Homer Lifts Diamondbacks

Few games have gone the way they were planned for the Diamondbacks. Friday night came about as close as any.

Arizona Will Take ‘Best Fit’ with #6 Pick

The Diamondbacks continue to be cagey about their plans for the #6 pick in the draft. Lately they have been linked to Jordan Lawlar while they have long been reported as being very high on taking Khalil Watson.


Other Baseball News

Altuve, Correa to Skip ASG

Two of the Houston Astros’ biggest stars will not be participating in the All-Star Game despite being selected to participate. They join a growing list of star players electing not to participate, despite being healthy.

Buster Posey to Miss ASG for Injury

The Giants’ catcher has a thumb contusion he suffered when the Diamondbacks’ Daulton Varsho fouled a ball off of his glove.

The SF Giants Have an Unexpectedly Good Bullpen

Just how did this key piece of the Giants’ 2020 success come to be?