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  • Derrick Hall wants D-backs in National League

    PHOENIX – It’s been reported this week that MLB is again considering the idea of realignment by moving a National League team to the American League to make an even 15 teams in each league. The Arizona Diamondbacks have been rumored to be one of the teams that could be asked to switch leagues. Team […]
  • Super Goldschmidt may be blocked by ‘Super Two’ rule

    You can’t read about the Diamondbacks’ farm system without seeing the name Paul Goldschmidt. Goldschmidt, currently tearing up the Double-A level with Mobile, has hit 21 home runs while carrying a .348 batting average. Given the D-backs’ struggles inconsistencies at first base, it could make sense for Arizona to call up the youngster and give […]
  • D-backs to the American League nothing more than rumors

    Don’t get to used to the idea of the designated hitter, the New York Yankees and the rest of what comes along with American League baseball making regular appearances at Chase Field. Just because there are rumors about a possible move to the ‘Junior Circuit’ doesn’t mean anything will come of them. In a conversation […]
  • Diamondbacks enter huge series with Giants

    A June series against the top team in the division, especially when you’re only a half-game behind, carries a little more importance than any other throughout the month. A June series with a first place team that happens to be decimated by injuries at the moment presents a golden opportunity to pick up some ground. […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs hit BP in Florida

    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 13, 2011: Diamondbacks 12, Marlins 9 The Good: The D-backs’ bats spoke for themselves tonight, scoring a whopping 12 runs. The D-backs averaged 1.3 runs per inning against the […]
  • The D-backs may be on the move

    The Arizona Diamondbacks could be on the move in the near future. Don’t worry though, they won’t be the subject of relocation rumors like the Phoenix Coyotes. They may just be switching leagues. While rumors have been swirling for a while that a National League team would move to the American League to give each […]
  • Ryan Roberts attributes rise to opportunity

    Teams give out bobbleheads of good players. A Ryan Roberts bobblehead will be given out September 24. Ergo, Ryan Roberts is a good player? Hitting .257 with a career-best 10 home runs to go along with 27 RBI and nine stolen bases, the tattoo-laden infielder has become a fan favorite in the Valley of the […]
  • Upton, Drew among leading vote getters

    While the 82nd Major League Baseball All-Star Game will be thrilling to Arizonans regardless of who is playing, the game will certainly be more exciting if there are more Diamondbacks on the roster. It is unclear if Ian Kennedy or J.J. Putz will be named to the roster, because pitchers are not voted upon by […]
  • Could Ian Kennedy be an All-Star?

    The 2011 Major League Baseball All-Star game will be at Chase Field and Diamondbacks fans would love to see as many hometown players as possible. Shortstop Stephen Drew, right fielder Justin Upton and closer J.J. Putz are all having tremendous season and could be selected to the Mid-summer Classic, but Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, thinks […]
  • Fans find Roberts and his tattoos worthy of bobblehead

    Somewhere on Monday the maker of the Arizona Diamondbacks’ promotional bobbleheads cringed. That’s because the winner of the ‘Fan Vote’ bobblehead was announced by the club and it’s a player that will keep the company busy. The D-backs announced that fans selected utility man Ryan Roberts to be enshrined in plastic in time for the […]
  • Inside the Box: 6-run fourth wins it for D-backs

    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 10, 2011: Diamondbacks 9, Marlins 5 The Good: Ryan Roberts got things going for the D-backs right off the, well, bat. On a 2-1 count in the top of […]
  • Inside the Box: Saunders struggles in D-backs loss

    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 10, 2011: Marlins 6, Diamondbacks 4 The Good: The D-backs struggled early against Anibal Sanchez, but managed to put up a four-spot in the seventh inning. Miguel Montero and […]
  • Collmenter enjoying ride, success with D-backs

    PHOENIX – Josh Collmenter has had quiet an interesting baptism into Major League baseball. Since being recalled, the D-backs rookie has been outstanding compiling a 1.12 ERA and becoming an early candidate for Rookie of the Year along the way. Collmenter debuted out of the bullpen, but has since been moved to the starting rotation […]
  • Kerry Wood unlikely to waive no trade clause

    Although Kerry Wood and his right arm might sound like a perfect fit for the Arizona Diamondbacks bullpen, he might not feel like the organization is the right fit for him. As a matter of fact, he might not think any organization, outside of the Chicago Cubs, is an option. Wood, who signed with the […]
  • Putz injury would be devastating for D-backs

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks season spiraled downwards last season when the bullpen fell apart giving away game after game. It might happen again this season if closer J.J. Putz is hurt and headed to the disabled list. Putz was unavailable for the D-backs game against the Pirates on Thursday as set-up man David Hernandez […]
  • Shaw promoted to major leagues

    Right-handed pitcher Bryan Shaw has been promoted from Triple-A Reno, while Left-hander Zach Kroenke has been optioned to Reno, according to D-backs’ Executive Vice President and General Manager Kevin Towers. Kroenke is 0-1 with an ERA of 9.00 and has let opponents hit .333 off of him in the four games he has appeared in […]
  • D-backs analyst thinks team needs to add depth

    Many believe the Diamondbacks hot start is a fluke and the team will falter in the summer, but others believe productive trade deadline deals can propel Arizona to the National League West crown. It is no secret that the Diamondbacks would like to add some pitching and some power to their lineup and the team’s […]
  • Inside the Box: Young’s homer good as gold

    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 9, 2011: Diamondbacks 2, Pirates 0 The Good: Pitcher Micah Owings threw two innings out of the bullpen after Josh Collmenter was pulled after just five innings. Joe Paterson […]
  • Archie Bradley set to meet with Diamondbacks

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are on the clock. Not to make a pick, but rather to sign one. On Monday the D-backs drafted right-handed high school phenom pitcher Archie Bradley with the seventh pick overall. In most cases the club would have plenty of time to try and sign the highly touted young arm but his […]
  • Arizona Diamondbacks and the disappearing bats

    The Diamondbacks’ bullpen has carried the team for most of the season, a key reason for their surge to the top of the NL West. Struggling for the first time since last season (or at least, it seems that way), everyone is quick to point the finger at the relievers for the team’s recent mini-skid. […]

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