Found June 19, 2013 on One is the Loneliest Number:

It was a similar story again Tuesday night as the Diamondbacks walked off with a big win, 3-2 over the Marlins on a Paul Goldschmidt clutch home run. 


'America's First Baseman' delivers 'W' for D-backs

PHOENIX -- Josh Collmenter reached into his locker stall and pulled out the black T-shirt with red lettering that he has designed and produced: Paul Goldschmidt, America's First Baseman.The shirt could find its way into mass production if Goldschmidt continues his.America's first baseman almost hit one to the moon Tuesday, drilling a home run off the batter's eye at Chase...

Goldschmidt blasts D-backs to walkoff victory

By JONATHAN DALTON Associated Press PHOENIX -- Paul Goldschmidt hit a leadoff home run in the bottom of the ninth inning and the Arizona Diamondbacks ended a four-game losing streak, beating the Miami Marlins 3-2 Tuesday night. Goldschmidt's drive bounced high off the batter's backdrop in deep center field. His 17th homer of the season was his second in as many nights,...

D-backs' Kennedy drops appeal of 10-game suspension

PHOENIX -- Diamondbacks right-hander Ian Kennedy has dropped the appeal of his 10-game suspension from last Tuesday's brawl in Los Angeles and began serving it Monday, the team announced. Kennedy is eligible to return June 29, and his absence means that Tuesday starter Randall Delgado could make three starts in the interim, with the rest of the rotation remaining intact and...

Marlins' Fernandez thrilled to be an All-Star

Miami Marlins rookie right-hander Jose Fernandez phoned his mom one night last week and told her he had been demoted to Double-A. Given his 2.72 ERA at the time, the news sounded like a joke - which it was. ''I told her, `Hey, Mom, I'm kidding. I'm going to the All-Star Game,''' Fernandez said Monday. ''She started crying.'' Maritza...

Accepting his suspension, Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Ian Kennedy needs to refocus

In a somewhat surprising move, Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Ian Kennedy dropped the appeal of his 10-game suspension and will return to the mound on June 29 to face the Braves in Atlanta. The 28-year-old Kennedy (3-4, 5.21 ERA) was banned for throwing a heater at Zack Greinke’s noggin and inciting an ugly brawl with the Los Angeles Dodgers last Tuesday. With a couple of days to...

Arizona Diamondbacks: Ian Kennedy drops appeal, starts 10-game suspension

Arizona Diamondbacks right-hander Ian Kennedy has dropped his appeal of the 10-game suspension he was given for his role in last Tuesday’s brawl with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Kennedy is now eligible to return on June 29. As a result of dropping the appeal on Monday night, Kennedy will only miss one start, as the second start he will miss will instead be pushed back one day to...

D-backs, Marlins trending opposite directions

The Diamondbacks and Marlins are meeting up after weekend series that did not follow season-long trends. The D-backs suffered their first sweep of the season in San Diego -- the one-game stop in Texas does not count -- while the Marlins took two out of three at home from the Cardinals. Miami (21-47) still has the worst record in the league, and St. Louis (44-25) still has the best...

Jose Fernandez pitches well but Marlins fall to D'backs

PHOENIX Cody Ross hit a three-run, pinch-hit home run in the eighth inning to spoil an outstanding outing by Miami's young Jose Fernandez, and the Arizona Diamondbacks held off the Marlins 3-1 Wednesday. Fernandez (4-4) retired 14 in a row before walking two of the three batters he faced in the eighth. He was relieved by left-hander Mike Dunn, who gave up the home run to Ross...

Kennedy drops suspension appeal

Arizona's Ian Kennedy dropped his appeal and began serving his 10-game suspension Monday. The team made the announcement just before the start of Monday night's game against Miami. Kennedy got the most severe of the six suspensions stemming from the brawl between the Diamondbacks and Dodgers in Los Angeles last Tuesday. He was suspended after hitting Yasiem Puig and Zack...

D-backs' Prado confident of offensive turnaround

PHOENIX -- Martin Prado is at ease, at home, in the Diamondbacks' clubhouse. He greets his teammates with a handshake and a hug every day. On Wednesday morning, he traded hand slaps with Cody Ross' young son. Miguel Montero made it a point to show Prado the wrist decal that his son Angel had applied that morning, a tradeoff for taking his medicine. Prado rolled his shoulders...

Stanton’s Return Sparking Lowly Marlins

With a 22-47 record, the worst in all of baseball and a team that has been offensively inept all season, it’s no surprise that attendance has been terrible for the Miami Marlins. But if Marlins’ fans are looking for a reason to come out and see their team, they may have found one with the [...]

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