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  • D-backs’ Roberts ‘chipping in’ for community

    Arizona Diamondbacks’ third baseman Ryan Roberts can do it all. He’s driven in six runs for the D-backs, who are off to a solid start in 2012. He’s become a folk hero of sorts for the Chase Field faithful. And now, he’s “chipping in” for the community. Through popchips®, Roberts is one of fifteen “game […]
  • D-backs bring solid pitching to Colorado series

    The Arizona Diamondbacks continue to turn heads as they swept the San Francisco Giants in opening weekend and won their three-game series in San Diego. Arizona is heading up to Colorado for three games against the Rockies, who are 2-4 after facing the Houston Astros and the Giants. Daniel Hudson starts Friday against the Rockies’ […]
  • D-backs president Hall enjoying team’s fast start

    Diamondbacks President Derrick Hall would like to see his team get off to a fast start. “I don’t want to have to play catch-up,” he said. At 4-1 the Diamondbacks have done pretty much exactly that, but Hall, as a guest on Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf, said it all evens out. “A lot […]
  • D-backs’ Drew: Spring training starts now

    Diamondbacks shortstop Stephen Drew played in an extended spring game Thursday, his first game action since suffering a season-ending ankle injury on July 20. “Overall, it was good,” he said. “It was good to be back out there.” Drew started the game on defense, turning a double play to end the first inning. Then, after […]
  • Extended spring training game next for Drew

    When spring training started for the Arizona Diamondbacks, there was cautious optimism that shortstop Stephen Drew would be able to appear in some Cactus League games. That didn’t happen so Drew, who broke his right ankle in a game last July 20, started the season on the disabled list. The next step in Drew’s recovery […]
  • ESPN insider: MLB’s best ‘pen carrying NL’s best team

    “I know this is over-used and it’s a cliché, but if you don’t have a good bullpen these days you’re dead,” ESPN MLB insider Tim Kurkjian told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo. Well then, it’s a good thing the D-backs have a good bullpen. Sure it’s early in the season, but the fact that […]
  • D-backs 4-0 without great starting pitching

    A 4-0 start works well no matter how you dissect it, but it’s especially satisfying when you consider through four games, the Arizona Diamondbacks really haven’t enjoyed the spoils of their starting pitching. Ian Kennedy and Daniel Hudson were both effective but hardly dominating in their first starts. Josh Collmenter has some work to do, […]
  • Sweep of Giants impressive start to D-backs’ season

    The Diamondbacks started the season with a bang, sweeping the San Francisco Giants in a three-game series. MLB Network’s Larry Bowa told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Tuesday that the wins over the Giants show the Diamondbacks mean business. “Everybody thought they were going to be good, but to sweep the Giants and the […]
  • D-backs pool sold out for regular season

    Fans who want to soak in the Chase Field pool during games will have to wait until next season to purchase their tickets. The Diamondbacks announced Tuesday the RamTrucks.TV pool is sold out for the remainder of the regular season. “The pool is an exciting and unique feature that we are proud to offer our […]
  • Luis Gonzalez weighs in on Ozzie Guillen, Miami Marlins

    Luis Gonzalez is one of the all-time great Arizona Diamondbacks. He’s a World Series champion, a home run derby winner and one of baseball’s greatest ambassadors. He’s also the son of Cuban immigrants, so what has transpired with Ozzie Guillen and the Miami Marlins hits relatively close to home. “If he wasn’t in Miami they […]
  • Kirk Gibson focused on defining D-backs roles

    Kirk Gibson has a tendency to press all the right buttons. He batted Chris Young second Friday and was rewarded with a two-run home run. He then put Aaron Hill in the two-hole Saturday, and was rewarded with a pair of home runs. Then, on Sunday, Gibson gave veteran Lyle Overbay the start at first, […]
  • Out in left field

    I’m a little late to this party, I know. But maybe the discussion we’re about to have is a little more relevant now that the Diamondbacks’ season has actually begun. I must admit, I feel a little awkward when I think about the Diamondbacks’ left field situation. It’s weird to watch Gerardo Parra receive his […]
  • Diamondbacks are still the Diamondbacks, and that’s a good thing

    If it is at all possible for a team to make a statement just three games into a 162-game season, the Arizona Diamondbacks did just that over the weekend. It’s not just that the D-backs swept the San Francisco Giants, a team many think will challenge Arizona for the NL West crown. And it’s not […]
  • Touch ‘Em All: D-backs sweep Giants

    If you would’ve told me the Diamondbacks were going to sweep the Giants on Friday morning… I would’ve believed you. If you would’ve told me that the Diamondbacks were going to rough up Tim Lincecum and Madison Bumgarner and come back from being down 6-0 against Matt Cain… I would’ve said no way. I guess […]
  • Largest opening weekend attendance for Diamondbacks since 2003

    The Arizona Diamondbacks had more than 108,000 fans at Chase Field for Opening Weekend, the most since the first weekend of the 2003 season (113,709). A crowd of 49,130 on Friday was the fourth-largest regular-season crowd in Diamondbacks history and third-largest on Opening Day. “We want to thank our fans for making Opening Weekend such […]
  • D-backs looking for series sweep of Giants

    Easter Sunday should be interesting. With a win, the Diamondbacks will have done something that was virtually unthinkable a season ago — beat the division rival San Francisco Giants eight times in a row, dating back to last season. In their last seven meetings, which all took place at Chase Field, the D- backs have […]
  • Opening Day a step toward everyday for D-backs’ Roberts

    “Breathe.” That’s what Ryan Roberts was telling himself during Friday’s Opening Day pre-game ceremony at Chase Field. It has been a long time coming for the Diamondbacks’ third baseman. Drafted by the Blue Jays in the 18th round of the 2003 Draft, the 31-year- old Roberts spent the majority of his first seven years of […]
  • D-backs begin 2012 looking like 2011 version

    A crowd of 49,130 saw the 2012 Arizona Diamondbacks beat the San Francisco Giants on Opening Day in Phoenix, Arizona. A crowd of 49,130 saw the 2012 Arizona Diamondbacks unveil their 2011 NL West championship banner, as well as receive a plethora of awards for what happened last season. A crowd of 49,130 saw the […]
  • D-backs’ Kendrick: Kirk Gibson means everything

    Impassioned Diamondbacks skipper Kirk Gibson has redefined his players’ clubhouse culture. He’s transformed his troops’ mentality, work ethic and on the field approach to the game to a more hard-nosed yet disciplined style of baseball. And, his impact has left an indelible impression. “He means everything,” Diamondbacks’ Managing General Partner Ken Kendrick told Arizona Sports […]
  • ASU coach Todd Graham delivers ceremonial first pitch strike

    He promised he was going to throw a fastball. ASU head coach Todd Graham delivered, as promised. “I smoked one in there. I was pretty exicted,” he said following his ceremonial first pitch prior to the Diamondbacks 2012 Opening Day. Follow @CraigAZSports

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