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49-28, 2nd in NL West
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Diamondbacks recall Shipley

The Arizona Diamondbacks have recalled RHP Braden Shipley from Triple-A Reno. Torey Lovullo says Shipley will be pitching out of the D-backs bullpen, the team announced on Tuesday.

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Monday's longest home runs

Todd Frazier paced the competition with a 422-foot home run. He was followed by Elvis Andrus and Joey Gallo, who each homered in the fourth inning to give the Rangers a seven-run lead that would disappear in a 15-9 loss to the Indians.

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Greinke gets it done at home again

Diamondbacks RHP Zack Greinke held the Phillies to one earned run in five innings while striking out five during Arizona's 6-1 win at Chase Field on Monday afternoon.

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Bracho back to the minors

The Diamondbacks optioned RHP Silvino Bracho to Triple-A Reno following Monday's game vs. the Phillies. Arizona had called up the 24-year-old on Saturday and he pitched three scoreless innings across two relief appearances during the series, striking out three and walking one.

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Diamondbacks beat Phillies 6-1

Zack Greinke pitched five effective innings after a shaky start, Daniel Descalso had three RBI and the Arizona Diamondbacks rolled to a 6-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday.

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Herrmann hits a lead-off splash shot for Diamondbacks (0:27)
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2017 MLBRank Top 100: No. 88 Jake Lamb

In 2016, Jake Lamb's 29 home runs were tied with Mike Trout for the seventh-most among players age 25 or younger.

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Diamondbacks beat Phillies 2-1 in 11 innings

Daniel Descalso lined a run-scoring single in the 11th inning and the Arizona Diamondbacks extended the best start in franchise history with a 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday.

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Saturday's longest home runs

Aaron Judge's league-leading 26th blast was matched by the first of Michael Taylor's two home runs against the Reds. Matt Olson went deep twice for his first two career homers, while Troy Tulowitzki's 422-footer was his first since May 29.

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Lamb, Diamondbacks rally past Phillies 9-2

Jake Lamb homered, Chris Herrmann drove in three runs and Daniel Descalso had three hits, leading the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 9-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday night.

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Diamondbacks call up Bracho

The Arizona Diamondbacks recalled RHP Silvino Bracho from Triple-A Reno on Saturday after optioning OF Jeremy Hazelbaker following Friday's loss to the Phillies. Bracho has compiled an 8.53 ERA across seven prior appearances with Arizona this season.

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Ranking MLB defenses: Diamondbacks

The D-backs could benefit by giving Chris Owings more reps in left field, taking away some defensive innings from Yasmany Tomas and opening more up for Nick Ahmed at shortstop.

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Phillies erupt late for win over Diamondbacks

Mark Leiter Jr. held the Arizona Diamondbacks to three hits over six scoreless innings, and Maikel Franco and Tommy Joseph both homered in the Philadelphia Phillies' 6-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday night.

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Ranking the strengths of National League contenders

Paul Goldschmidt is clearly the D-backs' greatest weapon, but don't forget about baseball's best lefty-righty pitching combo in Robbie Ray and Zack Greinke.

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BBTN: NL West dominance, Pirates' decisions, more

Buster Olney talks to Karl Ravech and Justin Havens about the stellar play in the NL West, the Pirates' looming decisions and more. Plus, "Inside Heat" on the Marlins from Clark Spencer and on the Royals from Rustin Dodd.

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Smith, Diamondbacks agree to $5 million deal

Infielder Pavin Smith, the seventh overall pick in this year's amateur draft, agreed to a minor league contract with that Arizona Diamondbacks that includes a signing bonus of $5,016,300.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Rockies starter Jeff Hoffman was cruising along with a 1-0 lead through three innings, but he just had a Coors Field inning as the Diamondbacks put up 10 runs on nine hits, with nine of the runs charged to Hoffman. He entered the game with a 2.25 ERA and departs with a 4.29 ERA.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs406Tied-4th
Batting Average.2656th
On Base Percentage.3348th
Slugging Percentage.4506th
Earned Run Average3.352nd
Quality Starts388th
WHIP1.234th
BAA.2353rd

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