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  • Diamondbacks coming up big with two outs

    PHOENIX — After struggling to score runs in Milwaukee in the first two games of the series, the Arizona Diamondbacks returned home and had an offensive explosion. A two-out explosion at that. The Diamondbacks scored 14 of their 18 runs at home with two outs. In Game 3, the big inning was the fifth. Paul […]
  • Rookies step up in post-season play

    The 2011 Arizona Diamondbacks have matched the team record for most RBI for rookies with a total of eight hit so far in the division series. With Collin Cowgill’s two RBI in the third inning of game four and Paul Goldschmidt’s six total, the team is one shy from breaking the record. Goldschmidt hit a […]
  • Long ball goes far for D-backs in postseason

    Heads up in the outfield. The Diamondbacks have relied on the long ball, much like they have all season, to create their offense in the postseason. After the seventh inning on Wednesday night, the D-backs had scored 16 of their last 22 postseason runs via home runs. Going back to Sept. 27 during the regular […]
  • D-backs claim highest number of stolen bases in postseason

    It happened in the third inning on Wednesday night. Paul Goldschmidt managed the 90 feet between first and second base and put the Diamondbacks into the postseason leader’s spot for stolen bases as a team. At the start of play Wednesday, the D-backs were tied with the Cardinals and Rangers with four stolen bases in […]
  • Diamondbacks home runs spark wins, team records

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are out to take the series back to Milwaukee and apparently set some regular and postseason franchise records along the way. When Paul Goldschmidt crushed a grand slam Tuesday, fans couldn’t believe it. When Ryan Robert smacked another one Wednesday, the stadium went wild and the D-backs entered the record books. Goldschmidt […]
  • D-backs, Gibson excited to be where they’re at

    The Arizona Diamondbacks trail the Milwaukee Brewers 2-1, and manager Kirk Gibson said the team is excited to be exactly where they are at. “Everybody felt like we were out of it, like I wasn’t sure why we were playing [Tuesday],” Gibson told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo. “But we don’t look at it […]
  • Diamondbacks plan Blackout for Game 4

    The Diamondbacks players and coaches have decided to wear their black uniforms tonight in Game 4, and they want their fans to do the same. The team has scheduled a Blackout for tonight’s game against the Milwaukee Brewers, and all fans are encouraged to wear their black D-Backs gear as well. “It was awesome,” first […]
  • Montero starts D-backs strong offensive Game 3 performance against Brewers

    PHOENIX — Rookie Paul Goldschmidt hit the grand slam and had a club tying record five RBI in the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. If it wasn’t for the success early in the game by Miguel Montero those situations likely wouldn’t have came to fruition. Montero started the scoring in the bottom […]
  • Diamondbacks rookie Collmenter able to shut down Brewers’ Braun, Fielder

    PHOENIX — In the first two games of the National League Division Series Ryan Braun and Prince Fielder led the Milwaukee Brewers over the Arizona Diamondbacks. Going into Game 3 they were a combined 9 for 16 at the plate with six RBI, six runs scored and a home run each. Tuesday night Diamondbacks rookie […]
  • Saunders ready for D-backs in Game 4

    Joe Saunders is ready to pitch. The Diamondbacks forced a Game 4 Tuesday against the Milwaukee Brewers, leaving Saunders the one on the mound in another do-or-die game on Wednesday. Regardless, Saunders is anxious to throw. He hasn’t pitched since September 28th. “I haven’t done really anything different,” he said referring to his routine. “It’s […]
  • Collmenter comes through for Diamondbacks in must-win situation

    PHOENIX — The Arizona Diamondbacks returned home from Milwaukee with their backs against the wall as they faced elimination for their first — and what could have been only — home playoff game. The team with no expectations all season turned to a rookie — Josh Collmenter. The rookie delivered. Was the rookie nervous going […]
  • Diamondbacks ‘more focused’ than ever before

    The Arizona Diamondbacks know what they have to do: Win. Trailing their best of five series 2-0, their season would end with a loss Tuesday night at Chase Field. Winning three straight is a daunting task, but for now the focus is just on winning one. “There’s a little bit of tension there,” D-backs pitcher […]
  • Diamondbacks vs. Brewers sold out

    Chase Field will be full Tuesday as the Diamondbacks try to avoid elimination. On his twitter, team president and CEO Derrick Hall said all tickets have been sold. “We are ecstatic about the support our fans have shown as we embark on our most difficult challenge yet,” said Hall in a press release. “We anticipate […]
  • ESPN Insider says heat shouldn’t be on Gibson

    Kirk Gibson, who seemed to press all the right buttons in the regular season, is 0-for-the-playoffs. Whether it was starting Lyle Overbay over Paul Goldshmidt in Game 1 or letting Ian Kennedy pitch to Prince Fielder with a runner on and first base open, the manager’s moves just haven’t worked out. However, that doesn’t mean […]
  • Diamondbacks’ season rides on Josh Collmenter

    An offseason of building, months of spring training and a grueling regular season have all come down to this moment for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Trailing the Milwaukee Brewers 2-0 in their best of five series, Arizona will send rookie Josh Collmenter to the mound, needing the guy with the funky delivery to save their season. […]
  • Gibson: Our backs are against the wall

    The Diamondbacks face a tough challenge after losing the first two games of the division series in Milwaukee, but coming home to Arizona gives them an advantage for once. “We’re in our home field so it will be different for us,” said manager Kirk Gibson. “We’re going to be much more comfortable.” The two teams […]
  • Bad, bad inning leads to D-backs loss to Brewers in Game 2 of NLDS

    The Arizona Diamondbacks can look to the bottom of the sixth inning of their 9-4 Game 2 National League Division Series loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. In the inning before Justin Upton hit a deep shot to the left field seats to tie the game 4-4. Starting pitcher Daniel Hudson started the inning and after […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs now down 0-2 to Brewers in NLDS

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for October 2, 2011: Brewers 9, Diamondbacks 4 The Good: In going down 0-2 in a playoff series it can be hard to find any good. For the Arizona Diamondbacks the […]
  • ESPN insider: Brewers “wrong match-up” for D-backs

    PHOENIX – Most of the so-called experts are picking the Milwaukee Brewers to defeat the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NLDS. ESPN insider Keith Law is one of them as he predicts the Brewers to hold off the D-backs in five games. “This just looks to me like the wrong match-up and not the most ideal […]
  • 45 out of 47 experts pick the Brewers over D-backs

    After winning 94 games this season, many of which included late inning comebacks, the Arizona Diamondbacks still aren’t getting any love from MLB analysts. Forty-five out of 47 national experts have picked the Milwaukee Brewers to win the NLDS, which begins Saturday. Pedro Gomez and Howard Bryant both of ESPN are the only two that […]

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