The Pulse: Losing to the Dodgers is most disappointing part of series
Monday, we asked what the most disappointing part of the D-backs' opening series in Sydney was.
And with 633 votes submitted, apparently you are most disappointed in who the team lost to, not why they lost.
A total of 264 votes -- or 42 percent -- went "Losing to the Dodgers."
The next closest total, 151 votes, went to the team's sluggish offense.
Following that was Trevor Cahill's performance Saturday, which earned 136 votes, and last but not least, 82 fans were disappointed the D-backs gave up a pair of home games by playing in Australia.
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