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Snake Bytes 7/15: Bradley Proves Human

July 15th, 2017 at 8:02 AM
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Arizona 3, Atlanta 4

Taijuan Walker put his last outing behind him and pitched six innings of two-run baseball. The right-hander struck out four and didn’t walk anyone, but R.A. Dickey had his good stuff working for Atlanta. It took a seventh inning home run from Paul Goldschmidt to tie things up at two. With a one-run lead in the eighth, the Diamondbacks turned to star reliever Archie Bradley to nail things down. But an infield hit by Ender Inciarte and a mental miscue by Gregor Blanco helped the Braves get to Bradley, continuing the Diamondbacks’ struggles into the second half.

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Tags: Arizona 3, Atlanta 4, Bradley’s Stumble not Worrisome, Diamondbacks Come up Short, Diamondbacks Looking to Build on Successful First Half, ESPN’s Midseason Grades, July 14, 2017, One Goal for Each Team, Quintana Trade Take Two, Schoenfield: Diamondbacks Should Upgrade Outfield, Second Half Starts on Wrong Foot, Why Each 50-Win Team Will and Will Not Continue Success into 2nd Half

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