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Snake Bytes: 01/30 - 10 games under .500

Vegas’ verdict on the Diamondbacks is out.

Snake Bytes, 1/25: Rolen rolls into Cooperstown

There will be one extra man in Cooperstown, Scott Rolen just sliding over the finish line.

Snake Bytes, 01/18: Bye-bye, J.B.

Probably the last time I’ll need to look up how to spell "Bukauskas"...

Snake Bytes, 12/20: 'Tis the season...

...for not very much, it would appear.

Snake Bytes, 12/7: No luck of the draw for Arizona

Snake Bytes, 12/6: Hot stove warming nicely

Some big moves took place. Just not by the Diamondbacks.

Snake Bytes, 12/5: Winter meetings start

Will anything of note happen in San Diego?

Snake Bytes, 11/22: Let the circling commence...

There's a lot of interest in Arizona's outfielders.

Snake Bytes: 11/9 - Warming Up the Stove

Teams and players have already begun to get this winter’s Hot Stove season going.

Snake Bytes, 11/8: Where are my matches?

The hot stove is, understandably, not exactly on fire yet.

Snake Bytes: 11/07 - Opt Outs or “links to MLB Trade Rumors”

So many players opting out.

Snake Bytes: 11/5 Win or Go Home

The mandate for the Phillies is simple this weekend, either they win both games and are crowned champions, or they go home and begin preparations for another run at the World Series next year.

Snake Bytes: 11/2 - Series Tipped in Philies’ Favor?

Houston’s pitcher insists he wasn’t tipping his pitches, that he just got beat. At the very least, the latter part is correct, though Philadelphia’s five home runs would suggest there might be something to the first part as well.

Snake Bytes, 11/1: Rain Stopped Play

There was no Halloween baseball in Philadelphia. Insert roof-based snark here.

Snake Bytes: 10/31 - Not Much Going On

No baseball on Sunday makes DBE’s Bytes a dull article.

Snake Bytes: 10/29 - Phillies Win Wild Game 1

Both starting pitchers were roughed up. Kyle Tucker had a night for the ages. But it was J.T. Realmuto and the Philadelphia Phillies who went home the winners last night.

Snake Bytes: 10/26 - World Series Eve

Tomorrow night, the team with MLB’s fourth largest payroll will play the role of David versus the Goliath of Houston in the first game of the 2022 Fall Classic.

Snake Bytes, 10/25: Lawlar gets collared 

Bad news from the Arizona Fall League

Snake Bytes: 10/22 - Segura, For Both Good and Bad

The Philadelphia Phillies took a 2-1 NLCS lead last night, thanks in large part to Jean Segura, who did a little bit of everything.

Snake Bytes: 10/19 - Homers Odyssey

The ALDS and the NLCS were both punctuated by some epic homers on Tuesday night.

Snake Bytes, 10/18: Baseball’s coming home...

Team GB are on their way...

Snake Bytes: 10/15 - Late Weekend Edition

There will be four playoff games today. Three series could come to an end. Will the Padres send the Dodgers home early?

Snake Bytes, 10/11: The Division Bell

Both Division Series get under way today.

Snake Bytes: 10/8 - October Baseball Has Begun

Plenty of drama, excitement, and unexpected twists on the opening night of the MLB playoffs.

Snake Bytes: 10/5 - Last Call

Unless your team is playoff bound, tonight is the final game of what has been a rocky season for MLB.

Snake Bytes: 10/1 - Fake October Baseball Begins

Someone wake Billy Joe Armstrong.

Snake Bytes: 9/28 - Astros Have Liftoff

The Astros launched five home runs against the Diamondbacks to lower their magic number for the best record in the AL to one.

Snake Bytes: 9/27 - Off to Space City

The Diamondbacks finish their home-and-home series against the Astros after splitting the first two games on April 12th-13th.

Snake Bytes: 09/26 - Goodbye, Phoenix.

The D-Backs end their season at home with another sour series loss.

Snake Bytes: 9/24 - What Devilry Is This?

Shelby Miller pitching competently in Chase Field? An effective AZ bullpen? Carroll going o-for and Josh Rojas pinch hitting for Carson Kelly?

Snake Bytes: 9/21 - A Promising Split

The Diamondbacks split their double header in Los Angeles last night, an affair that could have been two victories for the Snakes if not for the bullpen.

Snake Bytes: 9/20 - Doubleheader

Diamondbacks are 8-36 against the Dodgers since 2020