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D-backs manager Kirk Gibson discusses Zach Duke's outing in their 6-2 defeat to Cleveland.
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Don't think we've played very good. -- you don't really give up nine hits in five innings but. Think we don't feel like we could've played better today could have been a different story. Two and two Cleveland's credit. Their guys threw the ball very well. They're six for 21 and it had fifteen hits and a fifteen guys on base -- precious very well today. And they outplayed us and -- that these so. Carrasco. He's got great life he's got a good body good angle. Movie throws four seamer cutter slider. Curveball changeup. -- -- -- -- -- this stuff you know weeks we got behind it and we're putting a position to try and really shut him down. And Oakland. And then in the end they detect an extra runs. We've got to 42 and an Internet tech and I restaurants that made it pretty hard -- -- back. I -- that this Islam. Gophers. Will well. Because there's such concern. Unless you better results and and for him. Yeah you -- about us confidence. And I talked and after -- came game and thought they actually threw the ball better today -- says -- it we are particularly sharp. And yeah just hoping you have results and then they gain confidence and and they just become freer easier and they. They just kind of believe that they can for the volatile and throw it and a and can get general went through this but village of Saunders earlier in the year so we're kind same position with -- them. And I don't mean just things he normally me did I know and he's done a great show there are no style. He's very passionate and most players have played very tough and and only. We just can't let yourself like this in Detroit. Horror when he gets my home team didn't end you know I was when Miley manager. So trying to keep the distractions are -- -- we certainly respect each other. And because series and certainly we're going to affect contract.