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  • As spring comes to an end, everything ‘clicking’ for D-backs’ Robbie Ray

    Ray struck out 11 in 5.1 innings of work against the Giants. He gave up five hits and two walks and allowed two earned runs in a 3-2 loss.
  • Diamondbacks listed by ESPN as a possible surprise contender

    The D-backs had a number of high-profile departures this offseason, but that didn't stop one ESPN writer from listing them as a possible surprise contender.
  • D-backs weigh keeping option-less players as opening day nears

    The Arizona Diamondbacks will have to make decisions on option-less players like Matt Koch and Socrates Brito soon or risk losing them to waivers.
  • D-backs option Caleb Joseph to Triple-A, down to 3 catchers

    The Arizona Diamondbacks optioned catcher Caleb Joseph to Triple-A Reno on Friday, cutting their group of catchers left in camp to three.
  • D-backs’ Merrill Kelly goes 5 innings: ‘I like how I’ve been able to progress’

    In Merrill Kelly's longest start of spring training, he gave up just three hits to the Los Angeles Angels. Eduardo Escobar tripled and nearly homered.
  • Report: Cardinals, Goldschmidt close on five-year, $130 million extension

    Former Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt is reportedly closing in on a five-year, $110 million extension with the St. Louis Cardinals.
  • Diamondbacks closing in on closer decision

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have a couple of names to pick from when it comes to deciding on a closer.
  • D-backs starter Taijuan Walker throws off mound for 1st time since surgery

    Diamondbacks starting pitcher Taijuan Walker reached a milestone in his elbow injury recovery Tuesday, throwing off the mound for the first time.
  • A week after being introduced, Adam Jones makes D-backs spring debut

    Adam Jones made his Cactus League debut for the Arizona Diamondbacks, another checkmark in his plan after being signed in mid-spring.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks name Zack Greinke as Opening Day starter

    For the third time in four seasons, the Arizona Diamondbacks' $200 million man, Zack Greinke, will be the team's Opening Day starter.
  • D-backs send Tomas, 7 others to minors in latest cuts

    Yasmany Tomas was among eight players reassigned or optioned on Tuesday as the D-backs reduced their spring training roster to 34.
  • Angels’ Mike Trout is about to make a lot of money for a long time

    Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout is about to sign a record contract extension that will make him the highest-paid athlete in average annual value.
  • D-backs’ McFarland tells story of failed March Madness pool in 7th grade

    In a video posted to Twitter, T.J. McFarland and his dad told the story of how he was busted for running a March Madness pool at his school in 7th grade.
  • Diamondbacks announce 3 new food items in partnership with SI

    The Arizona Diamondbacks fill feature at least three new crazy food items at Chase Field this summer, as the team unveiled them with SI on Monday.
  • D-backs’ MiLB teams, others reveal 2019 Copa de la Diversión identities

    Minor League Baseball revealed 72 cultural alternate team identities, and the logos and hats that come with them, to celebrate diversity.
  • Diamondbacks still sorting out Opening Day battery

    The Diamondbacks haven't named an Opening Day starting pitcher yet, but even if it's Zack Greinke, who will be the catcher?
  • Diamondbacks’ Jake Lamb removed from spring game with back tightness

    Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Jake Lamb was taken out of a spring training game as he was suffering from back tightness.
  • Pitcher Matt Koch makes a push for spot on D-backs’ Opening Day roster

    While some don't have to fret about their spot on the Opening Day roster, others like Koch are making the most of March as the battle brews on.
  • D-backs and Cubs break attendance record at Salt River Fields

    The Diamondbacks and Cubs broke a single-game record for attendance at Salt River Fields on Saturday filling the stadium with more than 14,000 spectators.
  • D-backs roster situation gets murky as they consider carrying 2 catchers

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have four catchers fighting for three spots. But it could end up being just two after the D-backs signed Adam Jones.

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