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  • Baseball Prospectus includes three D-backs in 2019 Top 101 prospects

    Baseball Prospectus has included D-backs prospects Jazz Chisholm, Jon Duplantier and Kristian Robinson in its Top 101 baseball prospects.
  • Chase Field to sell special ‘Royal Rumble Burger’ this Sunday

    If you're one of the many wrestling fans that will be at Chase Field on Sunday for the WWE's Royal Rumble event, you'll have the chance to try a one-time food item in the concourse.
  • D-backs 2019 offseason overview: What’s left to do before reporting day?

    With Feb. 12 only three weeks away, the Arizona Diamondbacks still have a few holes to fill before pitchers and catchers report.
  • Trump: Former D-back Schilling deserves to be in Hall of Fame

    President Trump tweeted that former Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher and 2001 World Series co-MVP should be in the Hall of Fame.
  • Diamondbacks officially sign infielder Wilmer Flores to one-year contract

    Wilmer Flores officially signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday, agreeing to a one-year contract with a team option for 2020.
  • D-backs FA outfielder A.J. Pollock’s status, FA market remain at standstill

    Less than a month remains until pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training, but D-backs free agent outfielder A.J. Pollock has yet to sign with a team.
  • D-backs acquire INF/OF Tim Locastro from Yankees

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have acquired INF/OF Tim Locastro from the New York Yankees for LHP Ronald Roman and cash consideratoins.
  • D-backs’ Archie Bradley is either closing or tweeting about that song

    Archie Bradley simply posted "Closing time" on Twitter. So is the Diamondbacks reliever going to be closer, or is he just referencing the Semisonic classic?
  • Reports: INF Wilmer Flores agrees to deal with Diamondbacks

    Wilmer Flores, who according to Jeff Passan has agreed to join the Arizona Diamondbacks, could play a part in replacing Paul Goldschmidt at first base.
  • Diamondbacks release 2019 spring training radio, TV broadcast schedule

    98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station and ESPN 620 AM will broadcast 10 of the Arizona Diamondbacks' 2019 spring training games.
  • Diamondbacks to host 7th annual Race Against Cancer

    The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will host their 7th annual Race Against Cancer on March 31st at Chase Field.
  • D-backs look to reshuffle the bullpen with most of the same cards

    Gone is closer Brad Boxberger but back for 2019 is most of an Arizona Diamondbacks bullpen that played really well until the month of September.
  • Status update: The Diamondbacks’ 2019 arbitration-eligible players

    Eleven Arizona Diamondbacks are up for contract arbitration heading into the 2019 MLB season. Here is a status update on whether they've agreed to deals.
  • Rangers sign D-backs free agent pitcher Shelby Miller

    Arizona Diamondbacks free agent pitcher Shelby Miller has signed with the Texas Rangers after three seasons in the desert.
  • D-backs reportedly sign catcher John Ryan Murphy to 1-year deal

    The Arizona Diamondbacks will bring back catcher John Ryan Murphy on a one-year deal, USA Today's Bob Nightengale reported on Thursday.
  • White Sox sign D-backs free agent outfielder Jon Jay

    The Chicago White Sox have signed former D-backs outfielder Jon Jay to a one-year, $4 million deal, the team announced Thursday.
  • Patrick Mahomes: Potential NFL MVP and almost Arizona Diamondback?

    Like most other athletes, Mahomes also had other loves while growing up. One of which almost had him donning the Sedona Red.
  • Journey of D-backs’ Takahashi shows value of being multilingual

    Baseball has become increasingly bilingual in the last half century, with more than a quarter of major league players coming from Latin American countries.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks acquire pitcher Robby Scott from Cincinnati Reds

    The Arizona Diamondbacks announced Sunday it acquired Robby Scott from the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for cash considerations.
  • Arizona Sports’ biggest stories of 2018

    A collection of news-driven Arizona Sports headlines that in 2018 got the most attention from Cardinals, Suns, D-backs, ASU and Coyotes fans.

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