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The Diamondbacks win behind Greinke to finish ho
05-29-2019, 11:58 AM
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The Diamondbacks win behind Greinke to finish ho
mestand."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Diamondbacks Farm TeamsGameday ThreadsDiamondbacks NewsDiamondbacks Game ReportsFang FoodSnake EDTShareTweetShareShareSnake Bytes 4/15: Greinke Stops Losing StreakJoe Camporeale-USA TODAY SportsDiamondbacks 8 http://www.piratesfanproshop.com/authentic-josh-bell-jersey , Padres 4It is debatable if Zack Greinke is worth the money paid to him.But he sure does a good job ending losing streaks like any ace should.He goes 7 innings, gave up 2 runs, and even scored two runs himself.It may very well be that the best way to not lose 1-run games is to win by several runs.Walker, Peralta and Marte all continued to hit home runs to help that cause.Related: Greinke Dooms Padres with Bat, Arm, GloveRelated: Zack Greinke and David Peralta Lead Way to Avoid SweepTeams Get Chippy with Inside PitchesIt often happens when you play a team too much in a short period of time.Greg Holland threw a couple of pitches behind Francisco Mejia.Holland said it wasn’t on purpose.If he did say it was on purpose, he might get fined.So who knows.Related: D-backs Holland Should of Been EjectedMcFarland Set for Rehab AssignmentThis will be good for a team that hasn’t always gotten long outing out of their starters Felipe Vazquez Jersey , though it has improved of late.Around MLBFastballs Are Faster and Rarer Than EverA FanGraphs article looks into a phenomenon that has been noticeable by the casual observer of the game.There was a time when a current Zack Greinke fastball was actually normal fast.But he has learned how to get outs with offspeed stuff and apparently the league has joined him.Except these guys throw much harder than before.How Are Big Acquisitions FairingThe whole Goldy thing still hurts, but how can we not wish him well?He’s doing his Goldy thing in St. Louis, though he has cooled off a bit after a hot start.We know how that works with him, he will be fine.Adam Jones has turned out to be a great addition and maybe a steal so far.Marquez Nearly Unhittable in MasterpieceThis is the stuff aces are made of in Colorado.German Marquez ends an 8-game losing streak for the Rockies by shutting out the Giants and giving up only 1-hit in the game. A look at what’s happening around the majors today:HAPPY HOLLIDAYMatt Holliday takes aim at getting his first hit of the season. The 38-year-old outfielder returned to the Rockies on Thursday for the first time in a decade and went 0 for 3 against San Diego. The seven-time All-Star signed a minor league deal last month after hitting .231 with 19 home runs for the Yankees last year. Colorado hosts St. Louis this weekend.“I’m grateful to be back,” said Holliday, who hit .319 with 128 homers for the Rockies from 2004-08.CHECK HIMThe Red Sox will see how first baseman Mitch Moreland is feeling, a day after he bruised his left knee sliding near a photo pit chasing a foul popup at Fenway Park. Moreland left the game soon after that.Moreland Sean Rodriguez Jersey , who had knee trouble earlier this year, is hitting .259 with 15 home runs and 66 RBIs for the team with the best record in the majors. He was an All-Star for the first time this season. Boston plays at Tampa Bay over the weekend.EASY, ROOKSan Francisco right-hander Dereck Rodriguez (6-1, 2.25 ERA) is set to come off the disabled list to face Texas at home. The son of Hall of Fame catcher Ivan Rodriguez recently strained his hamstring when he ran out of the dugout during a dustup between the Giants and Dodgers. He’s won five straight decisions and his name is now in the NL Rookie of the Year conversation.STUCKFormer home run champ Chris Davis is trying to avoid having the worst batting average for a full-time player since 1900. The Baltimore slugger is hitting .163 heading into this weekend at Camden Yards against the Yankees. Davis is in jeopardy of finishing below the .179 mark by Rob Deer in 1991 and Dan Uggla in 2013. At 32, Davis still has four more seasons left on a $161 million, seven-year contract. He has 15 homers and 41 RBIs, and has struck out 158 times in 386 at-bats this year.“For me http://www.piratesfanproshop.com/authent...ell-jersey , I want to finish up strong. I want to work on some things and go into the offseason with a head of steam,” he said.SLUMPINGTigers rookie Mike Gerber is in an 0-for-30 slump, striking out 17 times in that span. The 26-year-old outfielder got four hits in his first 12 at-bats after making his major league debut this season, but nothing since. Detroit continues its home series this weekend against the White Sox.
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