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2023 Diamondbacks games

Diamondbacks 6, Nationals 2: Can’t spell Washington without a W

TL;DR: The offense struck early and late, former D-Back Corbin took the hardluck loss, and Zach Davies earned his first win of the season.

Diamondbacks 10, Washington 5: A Whole New Ballgame

Tommy Henry gave up a grand slam in the first. Turned out not to matter. We got this.

Tidings from Turambar: D-backs 5, Braves 8 - So close

Hope turns to dread

Arizona Diamondbacks 2, Atlanta Braves 5: Trading Punches

In a battle of division leaders, the Atlanta Braves evened the series tonight thanks to a strong start from Spencer Strider.

Atlanta 2 @ Arizona 3

That’s a WWWWWWin for the Roarin’ 20s Baby ‘Backs

Diamondbacks 5, Rockies 4 - It’s Corbin Carroll Time

It took a while to get going, but the offense kicked into gear and Corbin Carroll’s single walked off the Rockies in the finale.

Diamondbacks 6, Rockies 0: A change(‐up) is gonna come

It was only Colorado, but Tommy Henry looked really good tonight.

Diamondbacks 5, Colorado 1: Stranger Things

This was a weird one. By the box score, it was drama-free, vintage Gallen. Not so much if you were watching.

D-Backs 7, Rockies 5: Memorable Contributions on Memorial Day

TL;DR: Ryne Nelson struggled early but the offense and Drey Jameson picked him up as the D-Backs outslugged the Rockies for a series opening win.

D-backs 4, Red Sox 2: Nevermore will the Red Sox trouble us…never more

An Edgar Allan Poe tale

Diamondbacks 1, Red Sox 2

Zach Davies returned. The offense, however, vanished.

Diamondbacks 2, Boston 7: Bad Bacon

Hate to say it, but it may be time to trim the Pfaadt. Yes, I went there.

D-Backs 5, Phillies 6: Pain, Thy Name Is Philly

TL;DR: Zac Gallen was great, the bats couldn’t find the big, knockout hit, and a beleaguered bullpen couldn’t hold a mostly lifeless Phillies offense late to allow the sweep to wriggle free.

Diamondbacks 4 @ Phillies 3

You wanted the opportunity for a SWEEP? Here you go!

Diamondbacks 6, Phillies 3: Whiz widout

Arizona guaranteed a winning road-trip by taking the opener in Philadelphia.

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Diamondbacks 8, Pirates 3: Wild Boys Never Chose This Way

Diamondbacks 3, Pittsburgh 13: My Kingdom for a Clean Inning!

Like Richard III at Bosworth, we couldn’t even get what we asked the gods for. There goes my kingdom. This one was a mess.

D-Backs 5, Athletics 3: Rubber Meets the Oakland Road

TL;DR: Ryne Nelson was great, the bats got just enough offense to pickup the bullpen, and the D-Backs avoided another late-inning meltdown to earn a series win.

Arizona 8 @ Not-San Franscico 9 (12): FREE BASEBALL

There were dogs in the ballpark tonight! My night was made before first pitch, I dunno ‘bout yours

Arizona 5, Las Vegas 2: Oakland of the Lost

I take surprisingly little pleasure in tonight's win.

Tidings from Turambar: Gigantes 1, D-backs 2

Pfaadt Chance on Mothers Day?

Arizona Diamondbacks 7, San Francisco Giants 2: Dom’d If You Do

On the night of another solid start from Zac Gallen, the Cy Young hopeful was overshadowed by the performance Dominic Fletcher at the plate and in the outfield.

Diamondbacks 7, San Francisco 5: FLETCH!!!!!!!!!!!!

It was really all about Dominic Fletcher. Though the bullpen also held up tonight, which was nice.

Diamondbacks 2, Giants 6 - Suns out, Runs out

The vibes were off in downtown Phoenix, as both the D-backs and Suns struggled massively.

D-Backs 4, Marlins 5: Rubber Matches are Hard

TL;DR: A taut, well-fought game was spoiled by a late inning bullpen meltdown and an inability to get the big hit to lose the rubber match.

Marlins 6 @ Diamondbacks 2

Longo and Ahmed thrived. Basically no one else did.

Arizona Diamondbacks 5, Miami Marlins 2: Zac Protects

On a night where the bullpen desperately needed a rest, Zac Gallen provided seven innings of one run ball.

Tidings From Turambar, Brute BBQ Edition: D-backs 8, Nats 9

Diamondbacks 8, Nationals 7: Recap v3.0

It was the best worst best of games

Diamondbacks 3, Washington 1: A Thing of Beauty

Merrill Kelly is back. The bats showed up just enough.

D-Backs 12, Rangers 7: Hard Pfaadt Debut

TL;DR: Brandon Pfaadt got roughed up in his debut, but the D-Backs bats slugged their way to a "series" split.

Diamondbacks 4, Rangers 6: Time for a new streak

Gallen and the bullpen don’t quite have it and the offense isn’t able to bail them out.