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  • Archie Bradley’s bullpen gesture meant for D-backs teammates, not Astros

    A raised finger by Diamondbacks closer Archie Bradley got the attention of social media, but it wasn't meant for the opposing Houston Astros.
  • D-backs CEO Derrick Hall supports Manfred’s new coronavirus protocols

    Arizona Diamondbacks' Derrick Hall said he is "fully" supportive of the new coronavirus protocols put in place by Rob Manfred for the MLB.
  • D-backs designate Ildemaro Vargas for assignment, option Yoan Lopez

    The Arizona Diamondbacks designated Ildemaro Vargas and optioned Yoan Lopez to get their roster size to the MLB-mandated 28 players.
  • Astros’ McCullers was not thrilled about Chase Field’s roof opening in 4th

    The Arizona Diamondbacks couldn't hit Houston Astros Lance McCullers. Then the roof opened. They promptly scored nine runs in one inning.
  • Chase Field roof springs open, D-backs offense springs awake to beat Astros

    The Chase Field roof opened, and Kole Calhoun's inside-the-park homer ignited a so-far anemic Arizona Diamondbacks offense in a win over the Houston Astros.
  • That escalated quickly: D-backs put up 9-run inning in win over Astros

    With the roof opening mid-game for the first time at Chase Field this year, the Diamondbacks summoned some Ron Burgundy energy Wednesday against the Astros.
  • ‘Velo not the issue’ for D-backs’ Madison Bumgarner, Herges says

    Diamondbacks pitching coach Matt Herges believes the on-off-on-again offseason training schedule may be to blame for Madison Bumgarner's velocity.
  • D-backs’ Mike Hazen: ‘No excuses’ for play falling short of expectations

    Arizona Diamondbacks GM Mike Hazen knows his team isn't meeting expectations, and there's no excuse for why that is. It just has to be better.
  • Madison Bumgarner’s struggles intensify in D-backs’ loss to Astros

    Arizona Diamondbacks hurler Madison Bumgarner continued his early season struggles in the team's 8-2 loss to the Houston Astros on Tuesday night.
  • It only takes 1: Torey Lovullo hopes lineup change brings spark to D-backs

    Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo believes a change in the lineup Monday could provide the push the team needs as they look to right the ship.
  • St. Louis Cardinals players, staff test positive, series at Detroit postponed

    Seven St. Louis Cardinals players and six staff members tested positive for COVID-19, causing MLB to postpone the team's four-game series at Detroit.
  • Diamondbacks are in trouble, but ‘there is still time,’ says Kurkjian

    There's no doubt that the Arizona Diamondbacks' 2020 season is off to a rough start. But there is time for things to turn around, says ESPN's Tim Kurkjian.
  • D-backs’ offensive struggles continue against Kershaw, Dodgers in loss

    The D-backs offense struggled to make anything happen against Clayton Kershaw on Sunday, dropping the final game of their series with the Dodgers.
  • D-backs pitchers have multi-inning implosion in loss to Dodgers

    Ketel Marte and Christian Walker remain among the few reliable D-backs hitters, but it'd be a luxury if Torey Lovullo could only worry about the offense.
  • Andy Young brings power, but D-backs see defensive versatility

    It's no secret that the Diamondbacks called up prospect Andy Young on Saturday to get a look at another promising bat. They also like his versatility.
  • D-backs promote 2B Andy Young, send Josh Rojas to training site

    The Arizona Diamondbacks brought up another bat to the infield by promoting second baseman Andy Young, who was acquired in the Paul Goldschmidt trade.
  • Zac Gallen fans 9 as D-backs rally for first home win of 2020

    D-backs pitcher Zac Gallen struck out nine, while Christian Walker provided three runs on offense as Arizona took home the 5-3 win over the Dodgers.
  • Cardinals-Brewers postponed after positive tests for St. Louis

    Friday's game between St. Louis and Milwaukee was postponed after multiple Cardinals employees tested positive for the coronavirus, per the AP.
  • D-backs’ slow start as mystifying as empty Chase Field for home opener

    The Arizona Diamondbacks' 2-5 start has underwhelmed, and the way they've been losing was similar to the experience of a game at Chase Field with no fans.
  • Robbie Ray struggles early, D-backs fall to Dodgers in home opener

    Arizona Diamondbacks starter Robbie Ray struggled out of the gate, putting the D-backs in a hole they never climbed out of.

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