— Brandon Woodruff was pleased with the seven dominant innings he threw on Wednesday afternoon, though he didn't really have that much to say about them.
— Burly slugger Daniel Vogelbach hobbled home on one leg when Arizona's defense fell asleep, and the Diamondbacks dropped back into a rut Tuesday night with a 5-0 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers.
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— Ketel Marte camped under the high fly ball in center field and watched as it fell into his glove. Relief pitcher Joakim Soria smacked his hands together, grinned and walked toward catcher Stephen Vogt, who pumped his arms in a little victory dance.
— Albert Pujols hit a three-run homer and passed Mel Ott for 14th on the career runs list, and the Los Angeles Dodgers extended the Arizona Diamondbacks' losing streak to 17 games with a 9-8 victory Sunday.
— Will Smith has been behind the plate for plenty of Walker Buehler's starts dating back to their minor league days. It doesn't take the Dodgers catcher long to know if Buehler's got the good stuff.
— The Diamondbacks stumbled to their franchise-record 15th straight loss, with Steven Souza Jr. hitting a go-ahead home run in his return to Arizona following a horrific knee injury and helping the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 3-0 victory Friday night.
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The Diamondbacks set a major league record with their 23rd straight road loss with a 10-3 defeat to the Giants on Thursday.
— Occasionally, the Arizona players glanced up at the Oracle Park scoreboard in center field. It told a most familiar, gloomy story.
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The Diamondbacks' road woes reached 22 straight games with Wednesday's 13-7 loss to the Giants, tying the 1963 New York Mets and the 1943 Philadelphia Athletics for the longest road losing streak since 1900.
— Hours before first pitch, many of the Arizona Diamondbacks were busy working in an outdoor weight room at Oracle Park as others prepared for their pregame fielding drills.
— Ahead the whole way, the Arizona Diamondbacks watched in almost disbelief when Mike Yastrzemski connected.
— Brandon Crawford's big bat helped San Francisco finally snap out of an offensive funk as Arizona's road struggles kept going.
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— Patrick Sandoval is turning into a pretty good pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels. He's also become a ringer at a fairly mundane task: Picking up the pregame lineup card, walking it to home plate and handing it to the umpires.
The Diamondbacks' gold City Connect jersey reads "Serpientes" across the front, intended to highlight Arizona's Hispanic culture, while the uniform patch features the Arizona state flag and a reference to Phoenix's nickname as The Valley of the Sun.
— It took a while, but the Los Angeles Angels are back at .500.
— Shohei Ohtani looked hurt, hobbling around home plate after fouling a ball off the inside of his right knee.
Arizona Diamondbacks general manager Mike Hazen is taking an immediate leave of absence from the team as his wife, Nicole, deals with brain cancer, the team announced Friday.
Arizona State has hired alum and former big league player Willie Bloomquist as its next baseball coach. Bloomquist, who still has the fourth-highest batting average in school history, replaces Tracy Smith.
The Diamondbacks, losers of seven straight games, have fired hitting coach Darnell Coles and assistant hitting coach Eric Hinske.
On Base Percentage.30222nd
Earned Run Average5.2329th