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A new season dawns Julio Urias Jersey , with new ales from the same ole Turambar"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Diamondbacks Farm TeamsGameday ThreadsDiamondbacks NewsDiamondbacks Game ReportsFang FoodDiamondbacks 5, Dodgers 4: Game #2 is Beercap #1New,51commentsA new season dawns, with new ales from the same ole TurambarEDTShareTweetShareShareDiamondbacks 5, Dodgers 4: Game #2 is Beercap #1David Richard-USA TODAY SportsRecord: 1-1. Change on 2018: -1. Pace: 81-81. Avid readers!Lend me your eyes!For today dawns a new season of Beercaps by your favorite and now newly engaged Turambar.That’s right ladies, Turambar is off the market and soon to be formally wedded to a red-headed beauty from the wilds of Arkansas. I pray thee to weep not though, for my beercaps shall endure, and the suds shall continue to flow. So terry not any longer my followers of the snake cult, let us enjoy this second (and hopefully competative) match against the dreaded Doyers!Beer 1:Toole Ave by Borderlands Brewing Co.Pretty sure I finished last season with this beer.Not sure, but mostly sure.Trying to get the TV off anything other than Duke is rough.MLB Gameday App though tells me we at least threatened in the 1st thanks to a Dyson single.Sure would be nice though if I could see this game though.........gggrrrrrrrr Ray Bae (saw that on Twitter) saw (finally) him power through the top of the Doyers order. Pretty sure my K Counter Bobble Head is gonna get some use this season. 0-0 going in to the 2nd.Seeing Pollack in blue n white is troubling.Seeing that same Pollack crash a solo shot in to deep left is infuriating. After yesterday’s game that moment doesn’t exactly fill me with joy.0-1Doyers going in to the 3rd.Well, at least Dyson understands how to get on base versus Stripling. You’d swear the rest of the team missed multiple ST games and not him.His efforts are thus far in vain, as we go into the bottom of the frame bothering Stripling only a smidge.Beer 2:480g IPA by Beer Research Institute Ah yes, BRI, furthering the study of ales and lagers for years.No shady admissions processes with them, only the unending desire to delve deeper and deeper into the mysteries of beer. Ray could do with studying from thier studying, for once again his inconsistency shines through in the 3rd; walking two again getting himself in far more trouble than needed.Make that three walks and we’re in deep doodoo with Pollack once again at bat and Ray once again unable or unwilling to throw strikes. Pollack makes us pay yet again, and this time through the shift. 0-3 and tonight’s starting to look like yesterday. Meanwhile, while this unpleasantness unfolds, MLB keeps sending me updates on how many home runs Goldy has hit.Guess what?He’s hit three...TONIGHT.FML.Another inning of vague hope withPeralta and Lamb getting on base followed by futility. I know our offense, on paper, is supposed to be better that last year but I’m struggling to see it.Ray keeps on walking in the bottom of the 4th of this increasingly painful game.Beer 3: Relax It’s Just a Hazy IPA by Off Shoot Beer CoAftet watching the 4th this is exactly what I need.Something to help me Relax. A lot. It sure would be swell if Ray didn’t conspire to give me a heart attack each inning.Just saying.Bats fail again in the 5th.In other news the sky is blue, taxes suck and hazy IPAs are glorious.Yay beer, boo Dback offense.So it’s the 6th (finally) and Stripling is....removed? Why? He’s only thrown 76.Are the Doyers sending a message or in my need to enjoy this beer and engage in conversation with my fianc茅e I missed something? Madness.Not like that pitching changed mattered one bit as we still fail to bring in runs:0-3 going in to the bottom of the 6th.Yoan Lopez comes in the 6th and though not efficient, he at least keeps the game in striking distance.Just need those bats to strike.Baez in and after two outs Ahmed’s reaches by the grace of Buddha followed by Avila taking a well timed walked which brings upWalker “Thiccness” Ranger CRUSHING a bomb to deep center. Tie game!!!!!!!3-3!!!!!Beer 4:Gnar Gnar IPA by Lead Dog Good feelings have returned this lovely Friday.I pray to Walker they remain. Though Yoshi’s leadoff walk kinda puts a damper on that.Followed by a double and theSeager bringing him in on a bloop single we’re tied no longer.3-4 Doyers and Yoshi’s night blessedly ends right after that as we head in to the 8th.Jones makes things interesting with a double in the 8th to move Freight Train to 3rd with only 1out.Let’s Go!!!!!!!!Lamb intentionally walked to get to Marte who beats out the double play and we’re again tied.4-4 going in to the bottom of the 8th.Now it’s up to Archie, the same Archie that lives and dies off his fastball and not much else.Despite some ....excitement , Archie triumphs, which leads me to hopefully my last beer.Beer 5: Disco Balloon Hazy IPA by Second ChanceWe’ve had multiple chances in this game so one not drink one of those? Can’t make it happen in the top of the 9th but at least I can write on a game we ended up not failing at life like yesterday.Chafin must have sensed me writing that because....oh wait...we somehow got out of the 9th with two on and no outs.Wow.Just wow.Free baseball!!!!But at what cost? My liver for certain, but what else?Perhaps my sanity? Mostly my liver I’m guessing. Too bad we couldn’t help hasten the end of this in the top of the 10th, now it’s up to Chafin AGAIN to see us through.Then it’s up to Andriese, who is (at best) effectively wild.To the point where he drills the home plate umpire. Not exactly promoting good feelings.Then he walks the bases loaded with 2outs, so, that’s cool. Then he pulls off some kind of Matrix move and saves the inning.Which leads me to this ...Beer 6:Fatality IPA by McFate Brewing CompanyFML.Forget about winning in regulation or even during last call.These are dark times that call for an aptly named beer. Our Sedona Red buddies do me no favors and I’m forced to retreat Jim takes over.And the game rolls on, with more weirdness. The D-backs put two men on in the top of the 11th, then let Andriese hit for himself, despite having multiple bench players left. I guess Torey Lovullo really doesn’t like Caleb Joseph... Though I guess it’s more to do with closer Greg Holland being the only man left. The bottom of the 11th ends with another Dodger being thrown out at second, the call standing after review. Which is more than can be said for home-plate umpire Scott Barry, who apparently suffered some kind of delayed reaction to taking an Andriese fastball off the nose and leaves the game. On into the 12th inning and sixth hour of this one. Turambar Re-Takes Over:Somehow this game endures, despite all odds.Somehow I endure as well. Huzzah.Beer Elevendy:Hazy Gates IPA by Goldwater Brewing Co:In all honesty I’m well and truly done at this point.It’s only my loathing of the Doyers that keeps me powering on this night.My will though, can only go so far.Even now as I type Jim preps for my eventual fall.Such is his faith in me. Yet I must say that faith is well placed, for this game has reached the point where our announcers must remark upon the very few left at Doyer Stadium.Andriese still does a thing, and I’m certain Avila is totally over dealing with catching for him.He’s really been ALL over of the place.OK, I’m over this.Night nightJim again. Finally, in the top of the 13th, the D-backs scored. Nick Ahmed walked? Hit? Was hit? Got on base, somehow. He then stole second without a throw and... Caleb Joseph? Some catcher, anyway, coming off the bench for his first PA as a Diamondback, blooped a pitch just fair down the right-field line, scoring Ahmed. That opened the door for another Arizona debutant, Greg Holland Chris Taylor Jersey , to come in and try to close out the game. Spring had been rough for Holland. but he struck out Pollock on three pitches, then fanned Corey Seager and got a fly-ball to Dyson for an entirely drama-free save, and ended the longest regular season game in Dodger Stadium history.Bells and whistles, by JimWell, there won’t be any. The Fangraph gave up at the end of the 11th inning, and the roll-call tool isn’t working either. We can revisit both of these in the morning if anyone cares. I’ve no interest in hanging around. This recap is going to bed as quickly as I am. Put it this way: it became a pants-optional recap about 90 minutes ago. I do note we are almost at 1,500 comments, which is several hundred more than we managed on Opening Day. Comment of the night to DORRITO. Well, I’m assuming it is, anyway. If there was something further down that got 9+ recs, it’s your own fault there as well...Just be glad I didn’t scroll down far enough to see all of the “Game over” comments after we fell three runs behind... We’ll be back at Dodger Stadium tomorrow later today for the third game, in which Zack Godley starts for the D-backs. That’s a 6:10 pm first pitch. Hopefully, it’s not Zack “Falling off the mound like a drunken sailor” Godley, or the bullpen is in for another long night... I watched this game so you didn’t have to."Not that the rain had much, or anything, to do with the Cubs’ 9-4 loss to the Braves Thursday night, their fifth defeat in a row, but it made the loss seem even more depressing than it actually was. You might have turned this game off after the disastrous fifth inning, and no one would have blamed you.However, you are here to read a recap of the Cubs’ previous game, and so you shall have one.This game was actually going along reasonably well, despite Max Fried taking a perfect game into the sixth inning. Through four innings, Yu Darvish had allowed just four hits, a couple of walks (one intentional) and one run. His velocity and location were much better than in his first start, and it looked like the Cubs might eventually break through and win this one. The fourth inning included this heads-up defensive play [VIDEO].Your browser does not support HTML5 video.Then that awful fifth happened. There were a whole bunch of hits and walks , I don’t suppose you really need the details, do you? All you need to know is that Darvish and Carl Edwards Jr. completely lost the strike zone, and on the rare occasion when they found it in that inning, Braves hitters smashed baseballs a long way. Five runs scored, and the game was essentially over at that point.Darvish has thrown 6鈪?innings this season and issued 11 walks. That’s mind-boggling. The only other MLB pitcher in double figures in walks (10) is Robbie Ray of the Diamondbacks, who has thrown four more innings than Darvish. Cubs pitchers have walked 41 this year, five more than the second-worst D-backs — who have played one more game. The Cubs’ team WHIP is 2.047 — that’s more than two baserunners per inning, every single inning they have played so far this year. No other team’s WHIP is higher than 1.71. Oh, andsmileyddly enough, with all the walks (six more of them in this game), Tyler Chatwood threw two innings without issuing a walk. That’s the first appearance of Chatwood’s Cubs career (26 total games) in which he did not walk anyone. So that’s something, I guess.The Cubs scored some consolation runs in the ninth, including two on this monstrous home run by Anthony Rizzo [VIDEO].Your browser does not support HTML5 video.Javier Baez followed Rizzo to the plate and also sent a baseball out of the yard [VIDEO].Your browser does not support HTML5 video.The Cubs scored a fourth run in the ninth inning on an RBI groundout after a pair of walks, and that might have actually meant something if Mike Montgomery hadn’t been touched up for three runs in the seventh and eighth. Montgomery’s spring debut was delayed because of a minor shoulder issue and I have to wonder if that’s still bothering him. In four appearances and 2鈪?innings this year, MiMo has allowed nine baserunners (eight hits and a walk) and two home runs. Perhaps an IL stint is needed here?All the walks have made for games that have dragged on and on:And that’s with the home team not batting in the ninth inning in four of the six games.This is some of the worst baseball the Cubs have played since they returned to contention in 2015, though I should remind you that even during the 103-win World Series season in 2016, they had a stretch where they lost nine of 10 and were outscored 71-42. Even with the pitching in seeming total disarray, this year’s Cubs are not having trouble hitting. They are leading the N.L. in BA (.307) and OBP (.398) and have scored 36 runs in six games, averaging six runs per game. Normally, you’d think that would be enough for a lot of winning, but not when you’re allowing almost eight runs per game (46 total runs allowed). It’s almost as if these guys have simply forgotten how to play baseball since they left Mesa.At this point all they can do is try to shake it off and play better this weekend, though that will certainly not be easy against a good Brewers team that’s off to a 6-1 start. Jose Quintana, who has an excellent career mark against the Brew Crew (and who flew ahed to Milwaukee earlier Thursday so he didn’t have to arrive with the team at 1:45 a.m. Friday), will go for the Cubs in the series opener Friday against Milwaukee’s Brandon Woodruff. Game time is 7:10 p.m. CT and TV coverage Friday will be via WGN.It has to get better. It can’t get worse. Right? Right?

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