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    The D-backs acquired pitcher Matt Andriese from the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday. Andriese has pitched to mixed results so-far is his big league career, but has excelled at throwing multiple innings and getting out left-handed hitters.
  • Former D-back Daniel Hudson finding comfort after two topsy-turvy seasons

    Former D-backs pitcher Daniel Hudson joined the Doug & Wolf show to discuss his whirlwind journey since leaving the team after the 2016 season.
  • ESPN: As is, D-backs’ offense would be historically poor for a playoff team

    ESPN's Dan Szymborski projects how the remainder of the MLB season will play out prior to the trade deadline. Szymborksi believes the D-backs must make upgrades to increase their odds of making the postseason.
  • D-backs offering free kids tickets for this weekend’s series against Rockies

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are offering free kid tickets with the purchase of an adult ticket at full price for this weekend's series against the Rockies.
  • By the Numbers: Paul Goldschmidt’s roller coaster season

    D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt has endured the most roller coaster season of his career. Despite the lows of the 2018 season, Goldschmidt made his sixth consecutive All-Star team and will prove a pivotal role in the second half of the D-backs' season.
  • ESPN’s Kurkjian: D-backs could look for relievers at the trade deadline

    ESPN's MLB reporter Tim Kurkjian joined Doug & Wolf to discuss the reported Manny Machado trade as well as other players the D-backs might target ahead of the July 31 trade deadline.
  • Schoenfield: D-backs’ Peralta among the best hidden gems in baseball

    D-backs outfielder David Peralta is in the midst of the best season of his career. The 30-year-old outfielder has become a productive everyday player after entering MLB as a diamond in the rough.
  • Summer Swoon: Breaking down the D-backs power struggle in 2018

    The D-backs have really struggled to hit for power in 2018. The team ranks in the bottom 10 of the league in slugging percentage, and it's been caused by an assortment of reasons.
  • FanGraphs: Who are the all-time best D-backs in team history?

    FanGraphs' Paul Moehringer compiled the best D-backs' players in franchise history to form the franchise's all-time team. Randy Johnson was the best all-around player, while Paul Goldschmidt was the best position player.
  • ESPN: Goldschmidt indispensable to D-backs’ playoff chances

    ESPN has ranked D-backs' first baseman Paul Goldschmidt is the fifth most indispensable player to team's in the postseason hunt. The D-backs' star has gotten over his slump with a strong month of June at the plate.