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  • Goldschmidt, Skaggs to participate in Futures Game

    Arizona Diamondbacks prospects Tyler Skaggs and Paul Goldschmidt have been named to the MLB All-Star Futures Game at Chase Field on July 10. The Futures Game is an annual part of All-Star week that consists of the best minor league prospects from the United States playing an exhibition game against the best prospects from around […]
  • Chase Field attendance on the rise

    Fans like winners. No one likes to spend money to support and watch a losing team, but as the Diamondbacks continue to win, attendance at Chase Field continues to grow. “Game attendance closely correlates with winning, and though the Diamondbacks are doing just that, it usually takes a while for the fans’ psyche to catch […]
  • Inside the Box: Diamondbacks hold on for victory, stay in first place

    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 June 22, 2011: Diamondbacks 3, Royals 2 The Good: The fifth inning for the Diamondbacks ended up being all they needed. They were able to score three runs on four […]
  • If D-backs are to win, bullpen will be the reason

    As Diamondbacks fans know all too well, a bad bullpen can derail a season before it really even begins. Conversely, a good bullpen can not only help a team win games, but carry a squad through a season. That fact is not lost on D-backs manager Kirk Gibson, who joined Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and […]
  • D-backs want to look internally before making trade

    When Kevin Towers was hired as the general manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks he had two goals in mind: get the team to play .500 or better baseball and develop a strong farm system. So far, so good. While many outside the organization are surprised to see the D-backs six games over .500, Towers thought […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs build to win in K.C.

    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 June 18, 2011: Diamondbacks 7, Royals 2 The Good: The D-backs hitters put together a string of runs over four-innings that built them to a win and also looked to […]
  • Diamondbacks should resist urge to deal prospects

    Just a half-game out of first in the NL West, the Arizona Diamondbacks are likely to be more buyer than seller at this year’s MLB trade deadline. That concept concerns Sports 620 KTAR’s Mark Asher. “As of right now, what I believe, I’m telling you right now I’m not adding a player that would cost […]
  • Diamondbacks bring up Wily Mo Pena

    Ready for Interleague Play, the Arizona Diamondbacks called up Wily Mo Pena from Triple-A Reno. He is expected to be the the team’s designated hitter. The 29-year-old Pena was hitting .363 with 21 home runs and 63 RBI in 63 games for the Aces, leading the Pacific Coast League in home runs and slugging percentage […]
  • Diamondbacks embark on crucial stretch of games

    If the Arizona Diamondbacks are to make a run in the National League West they’ll first have to get through the AL Central and a slew of road games. As Interleague Play continues the Diamondbacks hit the road to take on the Kansas City Royals and Detroit Tigers before returning home to battle the Cleveland […]
  • Potential Arizona Diamondbacks wish list

    Despite losing three of their past four series and four of the last six games, the Arizona Diamondbacks are only a half-game out of first place. Arizona is in contention this year and will find themselves in a buyers roll at the trade deadline rather than the role of sellers. The Diamondbacks are in need […]
  • Upton the best player in National League — last week

    To say Justin Upton had a pretty good week would be an understatement. The D-backs’ right fielder collected 16 hits (good for a .552 batting average), seven RBI and one walk-off homer during the seven day stretch, and on Monday he added a National League Player of the Week honor as well. In all Upton […]
  • If D-backs are to contend they’ll need to add a bat

    It is pretty apparent, at this point in the season, that the Arizona Diamondbacks are a pretty good baseball team. Just a half-game behind the San Francisco Giants, the D-backs can conceivably win the NL West — if they make some additions. “It’s becoming more and more apparent that the Diamondbacks, they need a bat, […]
  • Who will play DH for D-backs this week?

    With the Arizona Diamondbacks packing their bags and heading on a six-game road trip to American League ballparks they’ll need a designated hitter. (You know the position that Crash Davis and baseball traditionalists lament about?) On Saturday the club cut infielder Sean Burroughs to make room for a player from the minor leagues who could […]
  • Swinging more is the key to Upton’s success

    Name an offensive statistic and chances are Justin Upton is getting better at it. Not only has the Arizona right fielder increased his batting average from .273 last year to .302 this year, but he has also drastically improved his knowledge of the strike zone. According to a fangraphs.com, the average major league hitter strikes […]
  • Inside the Box: Vasquez blows game in the eighth

    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 June 18, 2011: White Sox 8, Diamondbacks 2 The Good: An eighth inning rally showed the White Sox what the D-backs could do, thought it ended up falling far short […]
  • Inside the Box: Duke only goes five

    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 June 18, 2011: White Sox 6, Diamondbacks 2 The Good: The D-backs showed their offensive potential in the fourth inning on Saturday night. Before the White Sox knew what hit […]
  • Hudson has quite a night in CG win over White Sox

    Daniel Hudson was traded from the Chicago White Sox to the Arizona Diamondbacks July 31st, 2010. On June 17, 2011 the righ-hander showed his former team what they are missing out on. “Obviously it was a little bit special, but I didn’t have any different mentality going out there than I have the whole year, […]
  • D-backs close to Giants in standings, not in talent

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have been outscored 36-26 by the San Francisco Giants as the defending World Series champs have taken seven of nine games from team in Sedona Red. Four of the seven losses have been by one run, though, leading many to think that the Diamondbacks, while maybe not being right there with the […]
  • Upton plays better when the games matter

    There are plenty of reasons for Justin Upton’s resurgence this year. Upton, in his fourth full season with the Diamondbacks (fifth overall), is hitting .291 with 12 home runs and 35 RBI for a team that is contending for the NL West crown. And that, he said, is one of the reasons for his good […]
  • Sky’s the limit for Upton

    Justin Upton did something he had never done before in the Diamondbacks 3-2 win over the Giants on Thursday. Upton hit his first career walk-off home run, helping the D-backs avoid a sweep at the hands of the former World Champions. “He is so on fire,” Ron Wolfley said on Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and […]

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