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Quiet night at Chase Field results in frustrating loss for Diamondbacks

Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

With just 12,994 seats filled out of the 48,000 available at Chase Field, the Diamondbacks felt the “awkwardness” on Tuesday night. 

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“I felt like we came out with a good intention, we had a good plan and then we started chasing a little bit,” Torey Lovullo said. “Whether the energy was there or not, I felt like the guys were engaged and they were out there with the best intention.”

The attendance on Tuesday was the lowest the Diamondbacks have seen since the last time they played the Rockies on May 31st when only 11,884 fans were in attendance at 24% capacity of Chase Field. 

In a 3-2 loss to the Colorado Rockies to even the series to 1-1, the crowd was noticeably small and quiet. The most noise that came from the evening was when the crowd booed as Brandon Pfaadt was replaced on the mound at the top of the eighth. Pfaadt threw 45 strikes in 70 pitches and threw 12 first-pitch strikes.

“It was just a very awkward feeling day all the way around,” Lovullo said. “ I think you were sensing that probably from where you were sitting and definitely was feeling it where I was sitting and I think that’s why my frustration is mounting with every pitch.”

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Taylyn Hadley is a sports and general assignment reporter for Burn City Sports. You can follow her on X via @TAYLYNH11.

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