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    Opening Day didn't commence as scheduled on Thursday. But that didn't stop the D-backs from having a Hot Dog Derby anyway.
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    The Arizona Diamondbacks optioned pitcher Taylor Clarke and first baseman Kevin Cron to Triple-A Reno on Thursday, which was supposed to be Opening Day.
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