Shelby Miller hurt again as Diamondbacks are trounced

The Arizona Republic
Shelby Miller hurt again as Diamondbacks are trounced
Shelby Miller hurt again as Diamondbacks are trounced

DENVER – Right-hander Shelby Miller entered the visitors' dugout at the end of the first inning and walked briskly toward the tunnel. When Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo saw this – and saw pitching coach Mike Butcher following him down the stairs – he figured something was probably wrong. Miller, in just his fourth start back from Tommy John surgery, felt more discomfort in his right elbow. He departed after the first inning, thus setting in motion a disaster of a night for the Diamondbacks, who were clobbered 19-2 by the Colorado Rockies in a game in which they not only needed two position players to pitch but needed them to each cover multiple innings. “The whole template broke down today,”

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