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  • Inside the Box: D-backs season ends in extra innings loss

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for October 7, 2011: Brewers 3, Diamondbacks 2 The Good: Arizona rallied once again in the ninth inning as Willie Bloomquist’s safety squeeze bunt brought in the tying run to force […]
  • Game 5 brings back good memories for D-backs

    Game 5 sound familiar? For Diamondbacks fans, Game 5 against the Milwaukee Brewers could bring up some old memories. Ten year old memories, to be exact. The last time the Diamondbacks played a Game 5 in the National League Division Series came in 2001, when they went on to win the World Series. That game […]
  • Diamondbacks ride momentum into Milwaukee

    Back in Milwaukee, after two games in Arizona, the Diamondbacks are playing like a different team since they left. Riding a two game winning streak and playing in the final game of the series, the Diamondbacks feel confident they can steal one against the Brewers in their own park. “It’s obvious that in the first […]
  • D-backs not changing approach to Gallardo in Game 5

    The Arizona Diamondbacks will square off in Game 5 of the NLDS in the exact same scenario that they entered the playoffs with: an important game, played in Milwaukee, against one of the team’s top pitchers, Yovani Gallardo. And the game plan will not be altered from that of Game 1. “Everybody has their own […]
  • No matter what happened, pulling Saunders was smart

    When Arizona Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson decided to pull starting pitcher Joe Saunders in the third inning on Wednesday, he made a smart decision. “Joe Saunders is not needed as much as runs were. Great job, Kirk Gibson,” said Doug Franz, co-host of Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf Show. When Gibson made the decision […]
  • Diamondbacks staring history in the face in Game 5

    The Diamondbacks have an opportunity to shatter expectations and stare history in the face come Friday night. “The Diamondbacks are standing on the precipice of greatness,” said Ron Wolfley, co-host of Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf Show. Going into the 2011 NLDS Game 5 in Milwaukee, the D-backs have a shot to do what […]
  • Paul Goldschmidt, the next great first baseman?

    Albert Pujols is the standard by which most elite first baseman are judged, as the career .328 hitter with exceptional power has been a force for the last decade. Pujols has never hit fewer than 32 home runs in any of his 11 seasons, and has collected MVP awards and a World Series ring along […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs rain in the runs

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for October 5, 2011: Diamondbacks 10, Brewers 6 The Good: Bombs away! The Diamondbacks hit their groove on Wednesday. They smacked four home runs, including a Ryan Roberts grand slam that […]
  • Chris Young goes off in NLDS

    Chris Young has found his swing so far in the NLDS. In the first four games of the series against the Brewers, Young has pounded the ball for five total postseason homers. He set a franchise record Wednesday for hitting two home runs in the same postseason game. Young is the first D-back to ever […]
  • Game 4 NLDS starters for D-backs, Brewers don’t last long

    PHOENIX — Both Joe Saunders and Randy Wolf, starting pitchers for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Milwaukee Brewers, respectively, in Game 4 of the NLDS lasted only three innings Wednesday. In those three innings, 10 runs were scored on 13 hits and five walks. Saunders gave up three runs, five hits and two walks. “It was […]
  • Diamondbacks coming up big with two outs

    PHOENIX — After struggling to score runs in Milwaukee in the first two games of the series, the Arizona Diamondbacks returned home and had an offensive explosion. A two-out explosion at that. The Diamondbacks scored 14 of their 18 runs at home with two outs. In Game 3, the big inning was the fifth. Paul […]
  • Rookies step up in post-season play

    The 2011 Arizona Diamondbacks have matched the team record for most RBI for rookies with a total of eight hit so far in the division series. With Collin Cowgill’s two RBI in the third inning of game four and Paul Goldschmidt’s six total, the team is one shy from breaking the record. Goldschmidt hit a […]
  • Long ball goes far for D-backs in postseason

    Heads up in the outfield. The Diamondbacks have relied on the long ball, much like they have all season, to create their offense in the postseason. After the seventh inning on Wednesday night, the D-backs had scored 16 of their last 22 postseason runs via home runs. Going back to Sept. 27 during the regular […]
  • D-backs claim highest number of stolen bases in postseason

    It happened in the third inning on Wednesday night. Paul Goldschmidt managed the 90 feet between first and second base and put the Diamondbacks into the postseason leader’s spot for stolen bases as a team. At the start of play Wednesday, the D-backs were tied with the Cardinals and Rangers with four stolen bases in […]
  • Diamondbacks home runs spark wins, team records

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are out to take the series back to Milwaukee and apparently set some regular and postseason franchise records along the way. When Paul Goldschmidt crushed a grand slam Tuesday, fans couldn’t believe it. When Ryan Robert smacked another one Wednesday, the stadium went wild and the D-backs entered the record books. Goldschmidt […]