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  • RT @azcsports: Historic futility: Diamondbacks set MLB record for consecutive road losses https://t.co/EufYU8RBjR
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  • The Diamondbacks lost, 10-3. Zac Gallen’s return was not smooth. There was another misplay in the outfield. The Diamondbacks did it: They have lost 23 in a row on the road, a modern-era major league record. That's 14 straight losses overall, 28 of 30 and 37 of 42. They are 20-50.
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  • The Diamondbacks, who are trying to avoid setting a major league record with a 23rd consecutive loss on the road, trail 4-0 after 3 1/2 innings.
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  • Zac Gallen's line in his first start back off the injured list: 2 2/3 IP, 4 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 1 BB, 3 K. He leaves with the Diamondbacks trailing, 4-0.
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  • Things have continued to spiral for Gallen here in the second. Steven Duggar tripled, scored on Mauricio Dubon's single. And now Gallen hits LaMonte Wade Jr. with a two-strike slider.
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  • Curt Casali takes Zac Gallen deep, blasting a full-count fastball out to left-center. The Diamondbacks trail, 2-0.
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  • Zac Gallen with an impressive first inning off the injured list, retiring the side in order on nine pitches while sitting at 96 mph.
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  • The Diamondbacks lost, 13-7. Merrill Kelly labored. The bullpen was knocked around. The Diamondbacks now share a modern-era record with 22 consecutive road losses. It could be all theirs tomorrow afternoon. That’s 13 losses in a row, 27 of 29 and 36 of 41. They are 20-49.
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  • Merrill Kelly with a 47-pitch first inning. The Diamondbacks trail, 4-2, after one.
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  • The Diamondbacks' lead did not last long. Buster Posey blasts a three-run homer. The Giants are in front, 3-2, in the first.
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