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D-backs drop series finale to Tigers: By the Numbers

Arizona Diamondbacks starter Trevor Cahill’s struggles returned Wednesday afternoon at Chase Field.

After a solid performance against the Cubs last Friday following being designated for assignment and a lengthy minor league stint, Cahill exited the game after four innings, trailing 7-0.

The Tigers would go on to win the rubber game of the three-game set 11-5.

Here’s a look at the festivities, by the numbers.


D-backs starter Trevor Cahill lasted just four innings in the game, giving up seven runs (three earned) and eight hits before leaving the contest trailing 7-0 in the fifth inning. It’s the fourth time in six MLB starts in which Cahill has failed to pitch more than four innings.


D-backs’ record in games that Cahill has started this season.


The Diamondbacks’ record in games that Cahill has started since coming over in a trade with Oakland prior to the 2012 season.


Aaron Hill’s first-inning double off of Detroit’s Anibal Sanchez extended his hitting streak to eight games. Hill is hitting .375 (12-for-32) during the streak.


After going 2-for-4 Wednesday, Miguel Cabrera is now hitting .358 (53-for-148) in his career against the Diamondbacks. In 41 games vs. Arizona, he’s got 11 home runs and 39 RBI.


Cabrera’s career batting average at Chase Field — one of seven parks he’s got an average of .400 or better (20 or more at-bats.)


D-backs outfielder David Peralta’s batting average over his last 17 games. Peralta has at least one hit 30 of the 41 games he’s played in this year.


Detroit starter Anibal Sanchez’s winning percentage in seven career starts against the Diamondbacks (4-1). Sanchez, who pitched a no-hitter against the Snakes in Phoenix in 2006 as a member of the Florida Marlins.

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