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Zac Gallen’s historic streak of 3 runs or less comes to an end


Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher ’s MLB record of starts to open a career with three or fewer runs allowed came to an end on the road Monday against the San Francisco Giants. Gallen had not allowed more than three runs in any of the first 23 starts in his career with the Miami Marlins and Arizona Diamondbacks. Gallen struggled in the sixth inning. (Arizona Sports)

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