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Snake Bytes: 6/29 - Beggars Not Choosing

Back-to-back HBP with the bases loaded aided the Diamondbacks in their unlikely 7-run, come-from-behind win. We’ll take it.

Snake Bytes: 06/27 - Another start?

It wasn’t the Dallas, Houston or Chicago Keuchel, but the Phoenix Keuchel we got to see on Sunday.

Snake Bytes: 6/22 - No Support for Gallen

Zac Gallen turned in a gutsy performance, but the Snakes could not score him enough to bring home the win.

Snake Bytes: 6/21 - Yu got to be kidding me

D-backs bat go quiet after scoring a first inning run against the Padres ace

Snake Bytes: 06/20 - Twins found a Buddy

The Minnesota Twins were blasted to a defeat when Buddy Kennedy connected on a fastball.

Snake Bytes: 6/18 - Kennedy Debuts

The next player from Millville, NJ made his MLB debut last night.

Snake Bytes: 6/15 - Manfred Man Wins Again

Tyler Mahle should have had a CGSO for the Reds, but something happened on the way to the finish.

Snake Bytes: 6/14 - Seeing Red

Snake Bytes: 6/10 - Spilt Milk

Zac Gallen suffered the shortest outing of his career. The offense took a while to put anything together. There was some sloppy fielding. It was an all-around game to forget.

Snake Bytes: 6/8 - No Rain to End the Pain

Unlike Monday, the rains that fell in Cincinnati on Tuesday were not enough to bring an early end to Arizona’s suffering.

Snake Bytes: 6/7 - Washed Out

D-backs are licking their wounds as they were dominated in all facets of the game by the Cincinnati Reds last night.

Snake Bytes: 06/06 - Tucker Ahoy!

D-Backs get shutout and lose the series against the Pirates but welcome home Cole Tucker.

Snake Bytes: 6/4 - Muscling Up

The Diamondbacks smashed five home runs on Friday night, including Alek Thomas tallying his first multi-homer game.

Snake Bytes: 6/1 - Down, But Not Out

Down four in the sixth inning, the Diamondbacks rallied to win it in extras on Tuesday night at Chase Field.

Snake Bytes: 5/31 - Down Go the Champs!

D-backs take Game 1 of a 3-game series against the defending World Series champions.

Snake Bytes: 05/30 - Swept Again

No time to weep as the World Champions are up next.

Snake Bytes: 5/28 - At Least It Wasn’t a Rout

The final score to this game was closer than the game itself, but at least it showed some hints of being competitive late.

Snake Bytes: 5/25 - Ugly Win, Beautiful Sweep

Sure, it was just a mini-sweep, but beggars can’t be choosers.

Snake Bytes: 5/24 - Our Zach is better than your Zack

Snake Bytes: 05/23 - Lebt denn der alte Holzmichl noch?

Jaaaa, er lebt noch!

Snake Bytes: 5/21 - Home Run Hijinks in the Windy City

The Diamondbacks and Cubs combined for 11 home runs Friday afternoon in AZ’s big win.

Snake Bytes: 05/20 - Winning at Wrigley

Thanks to Varsho and some good pitching the Snakes took Wrigley with a big Win to break the losing streak.

Snake Bytes: 2/18 - Double Whammy

The Diamondbacks lost both games of their season’s first double-header to the Dodgers on Tuesday. It was not a pretty sight.

Snake Bytes: 5/14 - Sour Apple Game Still Palatable

It wasn’t a pretty game (not that many could see it anyway), but the Diamondbacks still managed to eek out a win in the series opener against the Cubs.

Snake Bytes: 5/11 - A Good Night for Pitchers

Tuesday was a big night for pitchers in baseball.

Snake Bytes: 5/7 - NL West is MLBest

Merrill Kelly tossed a gem of a game and the Diamondbacks extended their win streak to four, matching the longest such streak they had in 2021.

Snake Bytes: 05/02 - 105.5 miles to go

Tennessee’s Ben Joyce left the baseball world in awe but he’s been hitting 100mph and more since last February.

Snake Bytes: 4/30 - That’ll Do Bum, That’ll Do

Goldy continued to abuse Madison Bumgarner, but the Snakes had the last laugh, pulling out a surprise win against Wainwright and the Cardinals.

Snake Bytes: 04/25 - More Beer

The price of a beer at Yankee Stadium is "just" $6.

Snake Bytes: 4/23 - Nick Ahmed Returns

The first member of the Opening Day IL squad has returned to the field.

Snake Bytes: 4/20 - Diamondbacks Remain a Sobering Experience

The Diamondbacks managed to lose both sides of a double header in the nation’s capitol yesterday,

Snake Bytes: 04/18 - Sasaki Again

I see a couple of more articles planned for today so I will keep it short and straight-to-the-point.