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  • In commanding outing, Greinke shows why D-backs paid him $200M

    Zack Greinke once again assumed the stopper role, pitching the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 6-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies.
  • Clay Buchholz to start against Cubs for Diamondbacks on Tuesday

    Clay Buchholz, who has been nursing an injured oblique, will start for the Arizona Diamondbacks against the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday.
  • Zack Greinke dominates Rockies as Diamondbacks avoid sweep

    The Arizona Diamondbacks paid starting pitcher Zack Greinke a whole lot of money to help them on days like Sunday and he dominated the win over the Rockies.
  • D-backs’ Torey Lovullo finds no DH in NL more strategic, interesting

    With the universal designated hitter "gaining momentum" among players, D-backs manager Torey Lovullo said he finds no DH in the National League more interesting.
  • Bullpen comes up short for D-backs in loss to Rockies

    After another short outing from their starting pitching, the Arizona Diamondbacks’ bullpen faltered first in a back-and-forth affair with the Colorado Rockies, losing their second straight of this three-game series 6-5.
  • Goldschmidt shows off baserunning skills in fourth inning against Rockies

    Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt is well known for his work with a baseball bat. But what about his baserunning?
  • Eight-year-old throws first pitch at D-backs’ game using 3-D-printed hand

    Hailey Dawson not only got to hang out with members of Arizona Diamondbacks before the game -- clearly working on their handshake game -- but she got to throw out the first pitch as well.
  • Paul Goldschmidt: Intimidating, friendly, the guy you want at the plate

    The Athletic took a poll of Major League Baseball players to answer questions about the league. D-backs' Paul Goldschmidt, Zack Greinke and Torey Lovullo received recognition.
  • Rockies light up Archie Bradley in game-changing inning of D-backs’ loss

    Archie Bradley's rough seventh inning turned the tide in a back-and-forth batting battle between the Diamondbacks and Rockies to open the second half of 2018.
  • Current D-backs, 2001 champs dominate 20th anniversary team

    Four current Arizona players and eight from the 2001 World Series championship team made the Diamondbacks' 16-man 20th anniversary team.
  • The 5: Diamondbacks storylines to watch in the season’s second half

    To see if the D-backs improve their standing and make a second consecutive playoff appearance, keep your eye on these five things in their remaining 65 games.
  • Absolute power: Strikeout trend continues as homers become priority

    Major League Baseball is on pace to see its single-season strikeout record broken for the 11th consecutive year. Will changes to the sport follow?
  • D-backs’ Clay Buchholz pitches 6 innings, strikes out 6 in rehab start

    In the midst of multiple injuries in the starting rotation, Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Clay Buchholz is trying to make a return from an oblique strain.
  • For the D-backs, Manny Machado to the Dodgers is no big deal

    If any of the Diamondbacks are dismayed by seeing the rival Los Angeles Dodgers acquire Manny Machado, they did well in hiding their concern.
  • D-backs post-All-Star notebook: Injuries and the starting rotation

    As the Diamondbacks return from the All-Star break, manager Torey Lovullo announced his starting rotation and gave an update on several injured players.

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