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  • D-backs Towers headed to DR to work out Guerrero

    Arizona Diamondbacks general manager Kevin Towers announced during Sunday’s broadcast that he is headed to the Dominican Republic to work out outfielder Vladimir Guerrero. Recognized undoubtedly for his hitting skills, Guerrero spent 2011 with the Baltimore Orioles, and hit .290 with 13 home runs and 63 RBIs. Guerrero, however, spent limited time in the outfield […]
  • Patrick Corbin replaces Josh Collmenter in D-backs rotation

    The future is now for Patrick Corbin. The 22-year-old heralded prospect will join the Diamondbacks rotation when he starts Monday against the Miami Marlins, taking the spot of struggling hurler Josh Collmenter. In four starts with Double-A Mobile, Corbin has amassed a 2-0 record and a pristine 1.67 ERA. The promising southpaw’s call-up isn’t surprising […]
  • D-backs manager Gibson may be sending Collmenter to the ‘pen

    Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson has been very supportive of struggling pitcher Josh Collmenter this season, continually talking about how the right-hander was in little danger of losing his spot in the rotation. However, even Gibson’s loyalty has its limit, and perhaps an 0-2 record with a 9.82 ERA through five regular season starts is it. […]
  • Too late for ‘progress’ — time for Collmenter to get results

    (The above headline is brought to you by Captain Obvious himself.) Josh Collmenter has gotten as much attention as any Diamondback since mid-Spring Training. Everyone wants to know — Is he in danger of losing his spot in the rotation? How many more sub-par starts will he be allowed? Have hitters adjusted to his delivery? […]
  • Touch ‘Em All: D-backs fall flat vs. Phillies

    In most occasions, kicking someone when they’re down is frowned upon. In the Arizona Diamondbacks case, it’s what they should have done to the Philadelphia Phillies. The Phillies are missing three of the biggest pieces to their team in Ryan Howard, Cliff Lee and Chase Utley, and their offense had been terrible throughout the season […]
  • D-backs’ GM: Drew close to next step in recovery

    With each passing day, injured Diamondbacks’ shortstop Stephen Drew continues to progress and could be headed out for a minor league assignment in the near future. “He’s getting close,” Diamondbacks’ General Manager Kevin Towers told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Tuesday. “I think each and every day he’s getting better and better and feeling […]
  • D-backs’ Justin Upton finally breaks out

    The Arizona Diamondbacks and their fans have been patient in waiting for right fielder Justin Upton to break out offensively. The two-time All-Star got off to a slow start in 2012 and then injured his left thumb while sliding into a base on April 18. But finally, Monday night, Upton had a breakthrough offensively, knocking […]
  • Kubel optimistic hitting slump is over

    The Diamondbacks lit up their bats Monday night, scoring nine runs on 16 hits against the Philadelphia Phillies. Arizona was in a slump last week with the absences of outfielders Justin Upton and Chris Young, scoring just 10 runs in a five-game losing streak. But the team hopes the same mindset on Monday will continue […]
  • D-backs recall Martinez, select Zagurski from Reno

    The Arizona Diamondbacks shuffled their roster Tuesday, recalling right-handed pitcher Joe Martinez from Triple-A Reno and selecting the contract of left-hander Mike Zagurski. To make room for Martinez and Zagurski, the club optioned lefty reliever Joe Paterson to Reno and designated Jonathan Albaladejo for assignment. Martinez, 29, had pitched in three games at Reno, posting […]
  • ‘Forgotten’ Miley just keeps plugging along

    There is a lot of local and national buzz about the stable of young pitching arms GM Kevin Towers and the Arizona Diamondbacks have put together. And there should be; the Diamondbacks are loaded with young pitching talent like Trevor Bauer, Tyler Skaggs, Patrick Corbin and Archie Bradley. But the D-backs have another hurler, who […]
  • Follow the leader

    The Arizona Diamondbacks managed to salvage a win in their series finale with the Braves on Sunday afternoon, thanks to a second inning Gerardo Parra grand slam. The D-backs’ six runs in the game matched their run total from their previous four games and the win ended a five-game losing streak for the club. Then, […]
  • Don’t hit the panic button yet

    With 146 games left on the schedule, it’s not quite time to start panicking if you’re an Arizona Diamondbacks fan. Manager Kirk Gibson knows every season comes with its own ups and downs, and doesn’t seem worried, even with the Diamondbacks being outscored 26 to 11 through a four-game series with the Atlanta Braves. “We […]
  • Diamondbacks look to end five-game slide

    The Diamondbacks are mired in their longest losing streak since a six-game slide in August of last season; and their five-game home losing streak is the longest since 2010. Meanwhile, the Braves have tied a club record with six straight wins against the Diamondbacks. Ian Kennedy will try to change all that this afternoon. “He’s […]
  • D-backs acquire Josh Bell from Orioles

    The Arizona Diamondbacks’ busy day of roster moves continued Saturday when Executive Vice President and General Manager Kevin Towers announced the team acquired minor league infielder Josh Bell from the Baltimore Orioles for a player to be named. The 25-year-old switch hitter was hitting .094 with 2 doubles, a homer and 3 RBI in 9 […]
  • D-backs send Hudson to DL, recall Albaladejo

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have recalled right-handed pitcher Jonathan Albaladejo from Triple-A Reno and have placed right-handed pitcher Daniel Hudson on the 15-day disabled list with a right shoulder injury, according to D-backs’ Executive Vice President & General Manager Kevin Towers. Albaladejo, 29, appeared in 8 relief appearances with Reno in 2012, and was 1-1 with […]

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