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  • By the Numbers: A statistical look at the Arizona Diamondbacks’ offense

    While the season may not have lived up to expectations, the Arizona Diamondbacks finished their year with a winning record of 82-80. The D-backs struggled to find the proper offensive momentum to reach the postseason, largely because of their poor efficiency at bat.
  • Diamondbacks mutually split with hitting coach Dave Magadan

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have parted ways with hitting coach Dave Magadan, the team announced on Monday. Magadan joined the organization in 2016, replacing Turner Ward on manager Chip Hale's staff.
  • Rockies, Dodgers, Cubs and Brewers all win, force Games 163

    The playoff-bound Colorado Rockies are headed to Los Angeles for a tiebreaking game to decide the NL West title after routing the Washington Nationals 12-0 on Sunday behind Charlie Blackmon's cycle.
  • Diamondbacks end deflating September with a loss to Padres

    The Diamondbacks, a playoff team last year who led the NL West on the first day of every month this season, ran out of steam to finish the season in third place.
  • D-backs’ rookie Ildemaro Vargas hits 1st homer in 5-4 win vs. Padres

    Rookie Ildemaro Vargas hit his first home run, got his first stolen base and drove in three runs to lead the D-backs to a 5-4 victory against the San Diego Padres on Saturday night.
  • D-backs reinstate Shelby Miller, place Christian Walker on 60-day DL

    Prior to their game against the San Diego Padres, the D-backs reinstated starting pitcher Shelby Miller from the 60-day disabled list on Saturday.
  • D-backs fall to Padres’ walk-off in 15-inning marathon

    Freddy Galvis doubled home the winning run in the 15th inning to give the San Diego Padres a victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday night.
  • If D-backs rebuild immediately, it means trading Paul Goldschmidt

    I don't want to see Paul Goldschmidt suit up in another uniform. But I also know this: I don’t want to see another baseball season like this. Not at Chase Field. Not ever.
  • By the numbers: The Arizona Diamondbacks’ 2018 season

    As the Arizona Diamondbacks wrap up their 2018 season, here are some numbers that stand out through the ebbs and flows of the year.
  • Five questions from D-backs CEO Derrick Hall entering the offseason

    Diamondbacks CEO Derrick Hall presented questions he and the front office need to get to the bottom to during the offseason.
  • D-backs CEO Derrick Hall: Paul Goldschmidt is not untouchable

    The D-backs aren't actively shopping their star, but president and CEO Derrick Hall said the team wouldn't automatically hang up the phone if presented with an offer for Paul Goldschmidt.
  • D-backs’ series win knocks Dodgers out of first place in NL West

    In their final game of 2018 at Chase Field, the D-backs’ offense showed up to rain on the Dodgers' parade and at least temporarily relocate L.A. to second place in the division with a 7-2 win.
  • In third season with D-backs, Zack Greinke caps 2018 with win over LA

    Zack Greinke finished 2018 with a win over the Dodgers at Chase Field. Unfortunately, he also finished the season with 199 strikeouts.
  • For D-backs, late-season slide may have started with a Mariners game

    Fans and media have offered their opinions on where the D-backs' season went wrong. For Torey Lovullo, it may have all started in a game against the Mariners.
  • D-backs beat Dodgers behind Eduardo Escobar’s walk-off home run

    The D-backs played a wild one on Tuesday, but Matt Koch's outing and Eduardo Escobar's walk-off made up for a rough ninth inning from Brad Boxberger.

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