When a team starts a losing streak, you naturally assume it is going to only last a game or two before the players make adjustments and find a way to scratch out a win. Getting swept in a three game series once or twice a season is about the worst it can get or so you hope.


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I’ll be the first to admit that was just begging for a subject to write about that did not include talking about the current losing streak the Arizona Diamondbacks are in. We are slowly approaching historical levels of consecutive losses and I just can’t bring myself into thinking about writing yet another article on how or why the team lost another game. I feel like I have died and been reincarnated a Chicago Cubs fan.


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The Arizona Diamondbacks are firmly ensconced in the cellar of the National League Western Division and if the current road trip is any indication they have no intention of leaving last place any time soon. Last season the team’s struggles were defined as a lack of proper coaching and injuries.


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The two questions that immediately come to mind when talking about Diamondbacks pitcher Dan Haren’s 2010 season are: Why is he struggling so badly on the mound and where did this sudden offensive prowess come from?


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Fresh on the heels of the announcement that The Wiggles are coming to Chase Field, the Arizona Diamondbacks announced their second post game concert. I have to admit I am a lot more excited about this one than I was the first.

Kicking off the “All-American Week-end” on July 2, the Arizona Diamondbacks announced there would be a post game concert after the Los Angeles Dodgers/Arizona Diamondbacks game featuring Hall & Oates.


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In years past, the Arizona Diamondbacks have offered a series of post-game concerts bringing in musical groups to perform during a home stand. For the most part these concerts have been focused on Country music (maybe they aren’t they just seem like it).

I have to admit, I am not a Country music fan. When my radio starts playing Country I take the car to the dealership to have it repaired so having acts such as Trace Adkins and Jo Messina were pretty much lost on me.


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During the finale with the Toronto Blue Jays the Diamondbacks started Tony Abreu at second base giving Kelly Johnson a much deserved day off. Toronto catcher Jose Molina came barreling into second as Abreu attempted a tag.

Abreu’s left wrist was bent backwards from the force of the large catcher’s slide. Abreu leapt back flinging his glove off obviously in a tremendous amount of pain. Diamondbacks trainers came out to look at the injury.


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