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Snake Bytes, 7/3: Beating a Dead Horse

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Going in for dental work is becoming more appealing than watching this season unfold.

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Baseball News

San Francisco 11, Arizona 4

Zac Gallen left with a hamstring injury and is now set to get an MRI. J.B. Bukauskas returned, walked the bases loaded, then surrendered his only hit - grand slam with two out in the ninth. But hey, at least Eduardo Escobar hit another home run, propping up that trade value a bit higher.

Gallen Exits Early, Making Fans Jealous

Zac Gallen was not having a great night on the mound, walking three and allowing three runs to score before the end of the third inning. Then he tweaked his hamstring and was removed from the game before he recorded his first out of the third frame. I know this game was brutal to watch, but that sure seems like a painful over reaction, just to avoid having to continue witnessing this train wreck.

San Francisco Beats Dead Horse in the Desert

You may have heard this one before. Arizona’s starter was ineffective and left injured. Arizona’s defense took the night off. Arizona’s bullpen sucked out loud, especially the budding star of the staff. Arizona continued its losing ways.

Teams Told Marte Must Remain and Finish His Suffering

The Arizona Diamondbacks have told other teams that they are not done forcing one of the season’s most appealing trade targets to endure more pain and suffering.

Can the Diamondbacks Afford to Trade M. Kelly, C. Smith? (The Athletic)

Can they afford not to? What do they have to lose?


Other Baseball News

Sho-Time Continues in LA

Ohtani bounces back from being bounced in the Bronx, hits two more home runs, steals base, scores game-winning run.

Pablo Lopez Tossed After One pitch for Hitting Albies

Something tells me that Don Mattingly was expecting a bit more depth out of his starter on Friday. This led to another baseball oddity.

Trevor Bauer On Administrative Leave for Sunday’s Game

The controversial right-hander has been placed on paid administrative leave while MLB conducts its investigation of physical and sexual assault allegations.