The Arizona Diamondbacks may have entered the All-Star break atop the NL West, but they still think they can do better.
The San Francisco Giants surely feel the same way about their disappointing first half.
The Diamondbacks emerge from the break Friday night looking to drop the Giants further out of the division race, while San Francisco tries to tighten it.
Arizona (50-45) leads the West by 2 1/2 games on second-place Los Angeles, while Colorado is 4 1/2 back in third with San Francisco trailing by 6 1/2. The Diamondbacks' slight lead comes despite having lost 10 of 13 on the road and going 21-22 within the division, with losses in nine of the past 14.
"We've had our ups and downs, but I don't think we've played our best baseball yet," All-Star pitcher Patrick Corbin told the team's official website. "I think we're just going to get better and better as the season goes on."
They may need to with San Francisco (43-51) aiming to build on winning three of four over San Diego pri...