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  • Eduardo Escobar’s walk-off home run lifts D-backs over Dodgers

    The Diamondbacks relinquished their lead in the ninth inning, but Eduardo Escobar saved the day and beat the Dodgers with a game-winning home run in the bottom of the ninth.
  • Paul Goldschmidt wins D-backs’ fourth annual Luis Gonzalez Award

    The Arizona Diamondbacks announced Tuesday that first baseman Paul Goldschmidt was the winner of the organization's 2018 Luis Gonzalez Award.
  • D-backs’ Christian Walker done for season after taking pitch to face

    The Diamondbacks will be without Christian Walker for the remaining five games of their season after the first baseman took a pitch off the helmet in Monday night's loss to the Dodgers.
  • Ketel Marte misses cycle as D-backs are outdueled by Dodgers

    Ketel Marte had a big game, but David Freese and the Los Angeles Dodgers offense didn’t back down, taking the 7-4 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday.
  • Christian Walker leaves game after taking pitch off helmet

    Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Christian Walker left the game against the Los Angeles Dodgers after being hit in the head by a pitch Monday night.
  • Chisholm named D-backs’ Player of Year, Widener wins Pitcher of Year

    The Arizona Diamondbacks named infielder Jazz Chisholm as the organization's Player of the Year, while Taylor Widener took home the Pitcher of the Year honors on Monday.
  • Diamondbacks swept by Rockies, eliminated from playoff hunt Sunday

    The Arizona Diamondbacks couldn't put up a single run against the Colorado Rockies on the day they got eliminated from the playoff race.
  • After strong start to 2018, D-backs fail to reach postseason

    The Arizona Diamondbacks' season is over sooner than most had originally thought. With the Dodgers' win over the Padres, the D-backs are officially eliminated from the postseason.
  • With Cardinals’ win over Giants, D-backs knocked out of NL Wild Card race

    With a win from the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday, the D-backs have been officially eliminated in the NL Wild Card race.
  • Patrick Corbin’s 44-pitch third inning costs D-backs in loss to Rockies

    If this was Patrick Corbin’s final start of his career at Chase Field, it was one of his least memorable. This was his shortest outing at home since a relief pitching appearance on September 30, 2016 against the San Diego Padres.
  • Saturday may have been Corbin’s last Chase Field start as a Diamondback

    Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Patrick Corbin will likely be a premium on the free agency market after establishing himself as an All-Star in 2018.
  • Diamondbacks bullpen has rough eighth inning in loss to Rockies

    The Arizona Diamondbacks got a great start out of Zack Greinke but a bad eighth inning for the bullpen was all it took for a loss on Friday to the Colorado Rockies.
  • D-backs’ Brad Ziegler tweets his frustrations on costly replay review

    The Arizona Diamondbacks had a breaking point in the eighth inning of a 6-2 loss to the Colorado Rockies Friday night, and reliever Brad Ziegler objected to the replay review of that breaking point after the game.
  • For Coyotes Night, Ekman-Larsson had reasons to be nervous for first pitch

    Arizona Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson had a reason to be more nervous than most for his first pitch Friday night at the Diamondbacks game.
  • Change in D-backs rotation allows Greinke to start final game if needed

    Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo said pitcher Zack Greinke would be available in the final game of the season on four days rest, if there are playoff implications.

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