Scherzer dominates, but does not record first win

April 30, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

azhb_default_articleArizona Diamondbacks young stud pitcher Max Scherzer took the mound in Milwaukee tonight looking for his first major league win. Scherzer did his job going six innings of shutout ball allowing only five hits and one walk while recording seven strikeouts. Scherzer lowered his season ERA to 3.48. Read more

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W: M. DiFelice L: T. Gordon S: T. Hoffman

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Diamondbacks Power Back

April 29, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

feat_dbacks_0011The Arizona Diamondbacks bounced back with a vengeance Wednesday afternoon in their final game of the homestand as they blank the Cubs by a score of 10 to 0. Five players would have one or more RBIs and Doug Davis would strike out seven in seven innings pitched. The Arizona squad would show Chicago that they have the talent to blow them out more convincingly than they were the day prior. Read more

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W: D. Davis L: R. Dempster S: None

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D-backs on Edge?

April 28, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

feat_dbacks_0008During the lost to the Diamondbacks on Tuesday night, it was becoming more and more apparent that there is something deeper going on with the team. Only one-day prior, the D-backs perform wonderfully against the same team that they were hammered by that evening. Read more

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D-backs Shelled by Chicago

April 28, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

azhb_default_articleIn the second game of the three game series, the Chicago Cubs pounded the Arizona Diamondbacks by a score of 11 to 3. To add to his pitching effectiveness, Carlos Zambrano was only a triple short of hitting for the cycle. Had Zambrano done so, he would have been the first pitcher ever to do so. Read more

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W: C. Zambrano L: Y. Petit S: None

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Bats finally come alive for Haren

April 27, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

teams_ariArizona Diamondbacks staring pitcher Dan Haren finally got the offensive support he deserves and picked up his second win of the year. Haren pitched a complete game allowing only three hits and two runs while striking out ten and walking none. Haren allowed both of his runs on homers, one to Alfonso Soriano to lead off the game and the second to third baseman Mike Fontenot in the eigth inning. Read more

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W: D. Haren L: T. Lilly S: None

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