Another .500 week for the Diamondbacks, who dropped two in Philadelphia and beat San Diego for two at home. The offense didn't have too much trouble scoring runs. The problem is, the pitchers didn't have a problem giving them up.
The Diamondbacks headed into the All-Star Break with a 10-game home-stand and stellar performances from Paul Goldschmidt and Patrick Corbin. Let's also take a look back at the first half expectations and outcomes of the rest of the team.
The Arizona Diamondbacks continue to stay with the pack, going 3-for-3 against division rivals San Francisco and Los Angeles. It wasn't a banner week for very many players, especially the middle of the offense, but pitching is mostly steady.
The Diamondbacks finished the week with a winning series against the Cubs and a split with the Cardinals. The three losses were all by large margins. Does that indicate a pitching problem? The offense had some blow-out wins as well.
The Diamondbacks turned around after losing two of three to San Diego and then swept the Los Angeles Dodgers. Paul Goldschmidt is the star of the week for his four home runs in three games in L.A. The bullpen and starters performed well, too.
The Diamondbacks went 6-4 on a road trip through the hot and humid cities of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Pitching was the order of the day, but eventually the offense came through, led by new acquisitions Chris Johnson and Wil Nieves.
The Diamondbacks proved to the NL West leaders that they're not out of the race just yet. After a split against the Mets, Arizona swept the Los Angeles Dodgers. Find out who led the team in their victories this week.
The Diamondbacks saw their five game win come to an end, but scored 45 runs over those victories. See which Diamondbacks players performed the best over the past week.
A look back at the first half performances of the Arizona Diamondbacks - Wade Miley's success, the offensive struggles, and the debut of Trevor Bauer.