The Diamondbacks will soon reach 72 wins this season.
"The Fear Of Loss Is A Path To The Dark Side."
The Diamondbacks are stretching to reach 72 wins this season.
Both teams need to win the series to increase their odds of finishing the season better than last place in the NL West.
I’m confident the Diamondbacks will win this series.
Optimistically I predict that the Diamondbacks’ batters will average at least 4 runs per game at Chase, which could be good enough to win 3 of 4 games at Chase.
This two-game series could be a surprisingly competitive.
Jose Miranda is a top-100 prospect in his debut season.
It’s time to repeat the feat.
The balance of this series will be tipped by one thing: pitching.
The Diamondbacks will likely win this series.
The Diamondbacks are playing well and will likely win one game.
Assuming their bats improve, D-backs have chances to win a game or two against the Mets.
What’s new with the Rockies and Diamondbacks?
This series is between two young teams who will push to win every game.
Although the Mariners have a better bullpen, the other comparisons are interesting.
Will the Diamondbacks sweep the series?
With Tatis Jr. on the IL, with good pitching matchups, Diamondbacks will challenge the Padres.
An opportunity knocks for the Diamondbacks to win a series against the Cubs.
Although the Giants are a formidable team, the Diamondbacks will likely win at least one game in the series.
"You’re never as good as you think & you’re never as bad as you think." — Derrick Hall
Which will decide the series - Diamondbacks offense or Brewers pitching?
Diamondbacks chances in this series are better than it might seem at first glance because the Giants bullpen is weak.
Despite Scherzer’s pitching, it’s likely the Diamondbacks will win the series.
Answers from a lifelong Marlins fan.
A trio of 3’s provides insight into this series.
Definitely pleased to see Gallen back.