Arizona offense slowed again

March 20, 2010 by  

The Arizona Diamondbacks managed only three hits on the day off the Seattle Mariners. Two of the teams hits would come from short stop Stephen Drew and the third would come from his likely backup this year Tony Abreu who started the day at second base. Dan Haren struggled in the start today allowing three runs on four hits and a walk while striking out seven. The long ball continues to haunt Haren as he allowed two today. On the bring side, the D-backs bullpen stepped up and allowed only one hit and one walk in the final three innings.

King Felix Hernandez looked like he is ready to make a Cy Young bid this year as he allowed only two hits over five innings. Seattle’s Franklin Gutierrez started off the game with a homer in the first and Ryan Langerhans would add another in the second. Eric Byrnes trying to prove to his former team they cut him to early also added an RBI

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W: F. Hernandez L: D. Haren S: none


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