The Diamondbacks could soon find themselves with some interesting decisions to make regarding their pitching staff.
On Monday, Tyler Skaggs arrived in town for a spot start against the Rangers and pitched six scoreless innings -- signaling that he could soon be back for good.
On Tuesday, right-hander Daniel Hudson continued his recovery from Tommy John surgery, throwing 74 pitchers over six innings on Tuesday in an extended spring training game at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale.
And then there's 20-year-old phenom Archie Bradley, who suffered his first loss of the minor league season on Wednesday, giving up one earned run in eight innings -- in the process raising his ERA at Double-A Mobile to 0.79 in six starts. Bradley reportedly was hitting 99 mph in the start before that, giving up two hits in six scoreless innings. For the year, Bradley is 6-1 with a 1.01 ERA in 11 starts at two minor-league levels, with 80 strikeouts in 62.2 innings.
Bradley doesn't figure to get ...