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  • D-backs OF Adam Jones: Phasing out vets isn’t good for MLB

    Outfielder Adam Jones felt the something like frustration this offseason when the calls seeking his services didn't come en masse. 
  • MLB players, owners to start labor talks 2 years early

    Major League Baseball and its players' union reached an agreement to discuss renegotiating their labor contract that includes rule changes for 2020.
  • Vet back from Afghanistan surprises kids during D-backs’ hot dog race

    The Arizona Diamondbacks helped an long-time military veteran surprise his three children Tuesday with the distraction of their in-game hot dog race.
  • ESPN ranks D-backs’ Greinke 65th in Top 100 players entering 2019

    ESPN has ranked Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Zack Greinke 65th on its Top 100 players list entering the 2019 season.
  • D-backs’ Greinke terrific again in rained out start; Dyson progressing

    Zack Greinke was terrific for the Arizona Diamondbacks Tuesday night in a spring training game that officially never happened.
  • New D-backs OF Adam Jones stayed fresh in Arizona while waiting for calls

    New D-backs outfielder and five-time All-Star Adam Jones was in the Valley before the D-backs signed him, staying ready as he continued to wait.
  • Diamondbacks believe spring training culture will help team find identity

    Even after the loss of multiple big-name players, the Diamondbacks are confident spring training will help team find identity.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks make 14 cuts from spring training roster

    The Arizona Diamondbacks announced Tuesday a series of roster moves that reduced their major league spring training roster by 14 players.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks sign outfielder Adam Jones to 1-year deal

    The Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday announced the signing of free agent outfielder Adam Jones to a one-year deal. Silvino Bracho was placed on the 60-day IL.
  • ESPN projection: D-backs will win 73 games in 2019

    ESPN's Bradford Doolittle projected the Arizona Diamondbacks to win 73 games in his most recent MLB win-loss predictions.
  • D-backs pitcher Merrill Kelly gets back on track in third start

    D-backs pitcher and hometown product Merrill Kelly continues to improve and on Sunday, demonstrated why he can be a valuable asset to the D-backs roster.
  • D-backs’ starter Luke Weaver focused on extinguishing ‘big innings’ in 2019

    In his first spring training with the D-backs, Weaver's getting used to his surroundings while also working on limiting the damage when innings go array.
  • D-backs RHP Archie Bradley gets in curveball work vs. Brewers

    Archie Bradley focused on form and not results as he attempted to perfect his curveball on Friday in a Diamondbacks spring loss to the Brewers.
  • D-backs’ Zack Greinke focusing on secondary pitches earlier than normal

    It’s early in the season for Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Zack Greinke to be throwing this many off-speed pitches.
  • D-backs’ Ray has strong showing despite allowing pair of homers

    Ray struck out eight batters in 3.2 innings, but allowed a pair of home runs to the defending NL Central champion Milwaukee Brewers.
  • D-backs’ Porter addresses losing Buchholz, optimism for Carson Kelly

    D-backs senior vice president and assistant general manager Jared Porter touched on the D-backs not resigning Buchholz and his optimism for Carson Kelly.
  • Diamondbacks RHP Silvino Bracho to undergo Tommy John surgery

    Arizona Diamondbacks reliever Silvino Bracho will miss the 2019 season after requiring Tommy John surgery to repair his right UCL.
  • D-backs’ Merrill Kelly struggles again in second outing of spring training

    It was déjà vu for Merrill Kelly in his second outing of the spring and for the Arizona Diamondbacks, that wasn't a good thing.
  • Lovullo: D-backs will know more on Bracho’s UCL injury in ’24 to 48′ hours

    The D-backs will know more on Silvino Bracho's UCL injury in the next 24 to 48 hours, according to manager Torey Lovullo.
  • Greg Holland working into form as D-backs look at bullpen options

    Reliever Greg Holland hasn't had the best start to spring but will compete for high-pressure reliever roles with Archie Bradley and Yoshi Hirano.

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