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San Diego snaps four-game skid with 10-3 win in Phoenix.

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  • By Bernie Wilson The Associated Press

Corbin throws more than 100 pitches for first time since surgery in 2014.

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  • By Bernie Wilson The Associated Press

D-backs pitcher Shelby Miller leaves early after cutting knuckles on pitch.

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  • By Bernie Wilson The Associated Press

Brad Ziegler forces game-ending double play with the bases loaded.

  • By Jay Paris the Associated Press

Outfielder goes 4 for 5 as Arizona wins Sunday.

  • By John Marshall The Associated Press

Myers drive in four to back Shields on Monday night.

  • The Associated Press

Arizona tops host San Diego 6-4 on Sunday.

  • The Associated Press

Arizona starter Robbie Ray takes the loss as teammates manage just two hits.

  • By Bob Baum The Associated Press

Ross goes the distance as Padres' 8-1 win.

  • By Jose M. Romero The Associated Press

Right-hander fans six, allows just one earned run in Arizona’s 4-2 win.

  • By Jose M. Romero The Associated Press

Hill, Pollock homer in Arizona's win.

  • By Bob Baum The Associated Press

Padres top Arizona 6-4 in 12 innings.

  • By Jose M. Romero The Associated Press

San Diego bullpen shuts door in final three innings.

  • Cathalena E. Burch Arizona Daily Star

Trumping of San Diego Padres Thursday means free Taco Bell eats Friday.

  • By Bob Baum The Associated Press

Catcher doubles three times, has four RBIs in 10-1 victory over Padres.

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  • By Jay Paris The Associated Press

Pitcher falls to 0-2 as Padres win 5-1.

Rubby De La Rosa improves to 2-0 with six strong innings.

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Program for engineering students from Hermosillo ends with "Soccer RoboCup."

  • ROSS D. FRANKLIN / AP 2012

Cameron Maybin, frustrated by a left knee injury, says speed on the basepaths is "a big part of my game." He had 40 steals in 2011.

  • Kyle Johnson Arizona Daily Star

For San Diego center fielder Cameron Maybin, his season of disappointment continues to get worse.