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  • Alex Young to start 1st D-backs spring training game of 2020

    Second-year starting pitcher Alex Young will start for the Arizona Diamondbacks in their spring training opener on Saturday.
  • Astros scandal evoking more league-wide vitriol than steroids scandal

    With one organization to blame, MLB players are directing more vitriol at the Houston Astros than they did toward steroid offenders.
  • NL West offseason recap: Padres improve, Dodgers get Betts

    The NL West saw the biggest move of the MLB offseason in getting Mookie Betts. Here's a look at what else went on in the Diamondbacks' division.
  • USS Arizona memorial to open outside D-backs’ spring training stadium

    A memorial for the USS Arizona will be opened outside the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies spring training stadium.
  • New contract, old work ethic for improving D-backs SS Nick Ahmed

    Nick Ahmed's offensive numbers took a step forward in 2019. As he came back for spring training, nothing about his routine was changing.
  • Why Rob Manfred granted player immunity to the Houston Astros

    MLB commissioner Rob Manfred explained why he granted player immunity to the Houston Astros and wanted to avoid major precedent in his ruling.
  • Lego stadium-builder constructs mini version of D-backs’ Chase Field

    A Bay Area sports fan who has a hobby of rebuilding real-life stadiums out of Legos most recently constructed Chase Field, a set fans can purchase.
  • D-backs’ Lamb credits Goldschmidt with help getting out of ‘a bad place’

    Two years removed from being an All-Star, Jake Lamb was struggling. He turned to former Diamondbacks teammate Paul Goldschmidt for help.
  • D-backs’ full spring camp opens with clear face of franchise in Ketel Marte

    It was obvious who the fan favorite of the Arizona Diamondbacks was as position players officially reported for spring training on Monday.
  • D-backs INF Eduardo Escobar OK after offseason hospitalization

    Diamondbacks infielder Eduardo Escobar said that a fainting spell in December led to a short hospitalization. He is now ready to start spring training.
  • Difficult decisions: Hiring and firing always hard for Arizona sports leaders

    We asked leaders from the Suns, Cardinals, D-backs, Sun Devils and more about the most difficult parts of their jobs and any regrets.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks announce 2020 promotional schedule

    The Arizona Diamondbacks revealed their list of promotional schedule ahead of the 2020 season. They'll also host special events and theme nights.
  • D-backs benefit from RHP Zac Gallen flying under the radar

    After coming to the Arizona Diamondbacks mid-season last year, right-handed pitcher Zac Gallen has found his place in the D-backs rotation.
  • What Cardinals, Suns, D-backs, Sun Devils and ‘Yotes leaders last read

    We asked Arizona sports leaders what they last read. Some of their picks help them be productive, while others read to remind them of the big picture.
  • Former D-backs RJ, Gonzo think Schilling will get into HOF next year

    Randy Johnson and Luis Gonzalez said they think fellow former Arizona Diamondback Curt Schilling will be inducted into the Hall of Fame next year.
  • David Peralta’s heart firmly with D-backs as he works to elevate game

    Under contract with the team until 2022, David Peralta's staying in the Valley for the foreseeable future, something the outfielder wanted.
  • New D-backs OF Kole Calhoun excited to play for the home team

    Kole Calhoun said he has been to Chase Field many times as a fan, but never played on the field as a member of the D-backs. 
  • D-backs Fan Fest returns to Chase Field, Nick Ahmed helping set culture

    Nick Ahmed, who recently signed an extension with the club, discussed what the new contract and staying in Arizona means to him during D-backs Fan Fest.
  • Español and social: Life skills Arizona sports leaders would add

    Part II of our series, where Arizona sports leaders from the Cardinals, Sun Devils, Suns, Coyotes and D-backs pick one skill they would want to learn.
  • D-backs’ Bumgarner-Vogt combo brings veteran leadership to clubhouse

    Arizona Diamondbacks ace Madison Bumgarner isn't the only new face to come over from the San Francisco Giants this offseason.

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