Updated Apr 15, 2014 - 11:00 pm
The Pulse: D-backs having most disappointing April
This time, we asked which of the major Valley sports teams had the most disappointing April. The Phoenix Coyotes and Phoenix Suns, of course, failed to make the playoffs as the Arizona Diamondbacks struggled to a slow start.
A total of 773 votes were submitted, and the vast majority believe the the baseball team was the most disappointing, thanks in part to their 4-13 start.
Nearly 500 -- 470, to be exact -- cast a vote for the Diamondbacks in the poll, believing their start was the saddest.
The next highest vote-getter of the options came through as, "They're all equal," garnering 19 percent of the total.
The Suns were the least disappointing to fans, getting just six percent of the overall vote.
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