Diamondbacks strike back, beat Rockies 5-2

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DENVER — For a sinkerball pitcher like Trevor Cahill, the shorthand way of judging whether or not he has his good stuff is to look at the number of groundball outs he records.

Sunday afternoon against the Rockies at Coors Field, the D-backs right-hander got 19 of his 22 outs either on the ground or via the strikeout.

It added up to a 5-2 win for the D-backs, who managed to salvage one game of the series with the Rockies and finish their six-game road trip, that also included a stop in San Diego, with a 3-3 record. READ MORE>>>

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