8:04 AM EDT, Mon April 27, 2015
Arizona Diamondbacks Rumors & News
Arizona Republic 12 hours ago
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Pittsburgh starter Francisco Liriano shut out the Diamondbacks over 6 1/3 innings on Sunday.
Viva El Birdos 14 hours ago
Reynolds homer, Stanley debut, good bullpen work bright spots in frustrating Cardinal loss. St. Louis Cardinals @ Milwaukee Brewers Lance Lynn vs. Mike Fiers1:10 p.m. Miller Park- Milwaukee, Wisconsin Today's Lineups - pic.twitter.com/zUCKoDgCI4 — St....
Arizona Republic 9 hours ago
The Diamondbacks managed just three hits on Sunday, losing 8-0 to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday at Chase Field.
Beaver County Times 10 hours ago
Francisco Liriano pitched effectively into the seventh inning in a combined three-hitter and the Pirates completed their first sweep in Arizona with an 8-0 win over the Diamondbacks on Sunday.
Arizona Republic Apr 26, 2015
Right-hander Rubby De La Rosa didn't so much win a spot in the Diamondbacks starting rotation as he was given one in spring training.
Arizona Republic Apr 25, 2015
Walker doubled to the center-field wall against Addison Reed (0-1), his second double of the game, before Marte hit a grounder past diving shortstop Cliff Pennington.
Diamondbacks coach Mark Grace is back in the major leagues, earning a spot as assistant hitting coach on the staff of new Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale. In the eyes of Grace and the Diamondbacks, the rehabilitation effort is complete.
Arizona Diamondbacks get ready to host Pittsburgh Pirates for a three-game series.
Pitch and catch with ... Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Jeremy Hellickson
Arizona Diamondbacks farm report: Peter O'Brien swinging hot bat
Known for his voices, Caliendo used a different impersonation for each member of the Diamondbacks.
Hale said he made the move in order to get as many runners on base as possible for third-place hitter Paul Goldschmidt.
RHP Archie Bradley overcame an ugly first inning, and the Diamondbacks jumped on mistakes made by both pitchers and fielders to beat the Texas Rangers 8-5 on Wednesday in front of 17,886 at Chase Field.
Arizona Daily Star Apr 23, 2015
Rookie walked five early, but held Rangers to a run, two hits.
Arizona Republic Apr 22, 2015
First baseman Paul Goldschmidt is off to his hottest start in a career of hot starts, and is swinging more aggressively at the plate. But to him, it's business as usual.
Diamondbacks Player News
Bradley, Diamondbacks run away from Rangers
Tomas in D-Backs lineup as Lamb heads to DL
D-Backs' Goldschmidt off to hottest start of career
Slow, steady Collmenter leads D-Backs past Giants
Starters throwing better, still coming up short