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Team News

Diamondbacks bats stay active, Ryne Nelson has solid outing, beat struggling Tigers again

Nelson completes checklist, leads D-backs to 4th straight ‘W’

Home Runs Support Ryne Nelson’s Scoreless Start

Lovullo reminisces on tenure with Tigers

“I have nothing but the fondest memories [of Detroit],” Lovullo said. “So going back there, I’ll still reminisce and go through some of the things that I went through as a young player. But times have changed a little bit. The field is different. The vibe is different. But I’ll always remember the Tigers in a very special way.”

Corbin Carroll Muscles His Way into MVP Race

How Corbin Carroll and Gabriel Moreno make the Arizona Diamondbacks a perfect surprise team for 2023

Hey, maybe we are starting to get noticed...

Other Baseball

Hendricks hurls gem vs. Giants, takes no-hitter into 8th

It took a former Dback to break it up...

Seager’s first career five-hit game powers Rangers past MLB-best Rays

Acuña, Ozuna power red-hot Braves to 7th straight win

‘A momentous weekend’: Lowe brothers facing each other for first time in Majors

Pete Alonso To Miss 3-4 Weeks With Bone Bruise, Sprain Of Left Wrist

Anything Goes

Career appearances for Dbacks tracker:
Ziegler: 377

Chafin: 365

This day in history:

In 1692, the first Salem “witch” was hanged, Bridget Bishop. In 1940, Norway surrendered to Germany and on the same day Italy declared war on UK and France.

This day in baseball:

The Pacu fish has human-like teeth.

As the son of a RN of 30+ years that worked in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit for a long time, this made me go “huh?” for a little bit...

Say cheese! The Pacu is a South American fish is known for its creepily human-like teeth. See for yourself.

The calling shotgun for the front passenger seat comes from a messenger.

One made an appearance at Snakepit Towers, apparently.

The original term is the shotgun messenger and it was a term used to call the person who sat next to the driver. These messengers would act as guards and use a shotgun to prevent criminals from getting too close. Due to Hollywood’s influence, this term eventually made its way into our society.
Just because it’s Detroit...