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2016 Schedule
66-93, 5th in NL West
Nats 2B Difo launches first career home run (0:32)

Lineup: Diamondbacks (66-92) at Nationals (92-66)

  • 1. Jean Segura, 2B (R)
  • 2. Chris Owings, SS (R)
  • 3. Paul Goldschmidt, 1B (R)
  • 4. Jake Lamb, 3B (L)
  • 5. Brandon Drury, LF (R)
  • 6. Yasmany Tomas, RF (R)
  • 7. Socrates Brito, CF (L)
  • 8. Tuffy Gosewisch, C (R)
  • 9. Robbie Ray, LHP
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Good signs from Shelby Miller

Don't look now, but Wednesday marked Miller's second consecutive scoreless start with the D-backs. He hadn't posted one all season before his last outing, ESPN Stats & Info notes.

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Segura earns place in D-backs history

Against the Nationals on Wednesday, Jean Segura joined Luis Gonzalez (1999) as the only players in Diamondbacks franchise history with a 200-hit season, ESPN Stats & Info notes.

Haniger motors for amazing over-the-shoulder catch (0:24)
Stats & Info

Tuesday's longest home runs

Miguel Cabrera hit yet another home run that traveled over 440 feet, but he was bested on Tuesday by a player with just six homers in 100 games this season -- Eduardo Escobar. Yoenis Cespedes also reached 440 feet on his blast.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

No Wilson Ramos, no problem. So far, anyway. In their first game without their All-Star catcher (torn ACL), the Nats beat the Diamondbcks 4-2. The win increases Washington's lead over the Dodgers for 2nd seed in the NL (and homefield advantage in the NLDS) to 1.5 games.

Scherzer K's 10 for 13th time this season (0:47)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Anthony Rendon, batting cleanup for the Nats in place of, well...pretty much everyone (Harper, Murphy, Ramos), just hit a three-run bomb to give Washington a 4-2 lead over the D-backs in the sixth. Big moment for a banged-up squad that's struggling to stay ahead of the Dodgers for the number two seed in the NL.

Segura blasts leadoff homer off Scherzer (0:26)
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D-backs P De La Rosa to have stem cell injection

Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Rubby De La Rosa, in an effort to avoid a second Tommy John surgery, will have a stem cell injection in his injured right elbow Tuesday.

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Tomas among top slugging sophomores

Yasmany Tomas drove in five runs with his 30th double and his 30th home run of the season on Monday. He joins Kris Bryant and Adam Duvall as the only second-year players with at least 30 doubles and homers this year, the Elias Sports Bureau notes.

Stats & Info

Monday's longest home runs

Mark Teixeira's longest home run in his last six seasons -- a 437-foot blast -- paced the competition on Monday. Mike Trout's 29th homer wasn't far behind, while Robinson Cano's 419-footer was his first of two homers against the Astros.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Tonight's mathletics equation at Nats Park goes something like this: (Arizona + Bad weather + Clinched + Debate + Early in week + Football) = (Ghastly crowd) Or in simplest form...(A + B + C + D + E + F) = G

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D-backs hold steady in Power Rankings

The season can't end soon enough for the Diamondbacks, who lost five of their six games last week. At least Paul Goldschmidt provided come excitement with three long home runs in two games in San Diego. Week 25 Power Rankings

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Greinke doesn't travel to Baltimore with MRI set

Right-hander Zack Greinke did not travel with Arizona for its series against Baltimore and was scheduled to have an MRI on his ailing shoulder Friday, according to a report.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2618th
On Base Percentage.32018th
Slugging Percentage.4317th
Earned Run Average5.1230th
Quality Starts0Tied-29th

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