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  • Torey Lovullo: Arizona Diamondbacks pushed, went as far as they could

    Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo joined Burns & Gambo to wrap up the team's season and talk about possible changes for next season.
  • Trivia Tuesday: Players with 40 or more HRs for multiple teams

    Can you name the players who have hit 40 or more home runs in a single season for multiple teams? That's your Trivia Tuesday task this week.
  • D-backs to make change at bench coach, retain Jerry Narron

    The Arizona Diamondbacks announced on Monday that the team was making a change in who would be their bench coach for the 2020 season.
  • By the numbers: A look back at the Arizona Diamondbacks’ 2019 season

    The Arizona Diamondbacks exceeded expectations by finishing the season with an 85-77 and second in the NL West. Take a look back at the year by the numbers.
  • Diamondbacks part ways with pitching coach Mike Butcher

    The Arizona Diamondbacks "parted ways" with pitching coach Mike Butcher, the team announced on Monday, a day after the season finale.
  • Tim Locastro, Diamondbacks walk off Padres in season finale victory

    After going eight straight innings of scoreless baseball, Tim Locastro broke the seal for the D-backs, walking off the Padres for the 1-0 victory on Sunday.
  • D-backs’ Archie Bradley a strong candidate for closer role in 2020

    Archie Bradley took advantage of the opportunity given to him in late July. Heading into next season, he is a strong candidate to be the team's closer.
  • D-backs’ Torey Lovullo ‘jealous and angry’ at missing postseason

    The D-backs found success on the diamond in spurts, but for manager Torey Lovullo, not being able to break through into October always stings.
  • D-backs reinstate RHP Taijuan Walker from 60-day injured list

    The D-backs announced earlier in the week that right-handed pitcher Taijuan Walker would start in the season finale and pitch one inning.
  • Christian Walker hits first career grand slam in D-backs’ win over Padres

    Starting pitcher Robbie Ray surrendered two home runs in the D-backs' 6-5 win on Saturday, but Christian Walker was the hero Arizona didn't know it needed.
  • Eduardo Escobar wins D-backs’ Luis Gonzalez Award

    Eduardo Escobar added more accolades to his career season in 2019 by being named the fifth-annual winner of the Luis Gonzalez Award.
  • Lamb’s three-run homer lifts Diamondbacks over Padres

    D-backs first baseman Jake Lamb hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to help lift Arizona over the Padres 6-3 on Friday night.
  • Taijuan Walker to start for D-backs on Sunday in season finale

    Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Taijuan Walker will throw in the majors Sunday for the first time in over 17 months.
  • The 5: Biggest Arizona sports draft busts of 21st century

    There have been some disheartening draft selections in Arizona sports recently. Here is a list of five that would make any Arizona sports fan squirm.
  • Varsho, Green win D-backs’ Player and Pitcher of the Year awards

    The D-backs their organizational Player and Pitcher of the Year award winners, honoring catcher Daulton Varsho and pitcher Josh Green.
  • A winning season: Did the 2019 D-backs overachieve or not?

    The Arizona Diamondbacks lost a lot of important players and still had a winning season. But they also just barely failed to make the playoffs.
  • What to watch for in the Diamondbacks’ final series

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have three more games this season. Some players will strive for milestones and another looks to pitch for the first time this year.
  • After 19-inning affair, the D-backs’ next game was nearly as weird

    The Arizona Diamondbacks had to stay up late to play 19 innings on Tuesday night, and the followed it up with a game on Wednesday that was just as wacky.
  • D-backs to shut down Luke Weaver, Zac Gallen for 2019

    They're both healthy, but Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitchers Luke Weaver and Zac Gallen won't pitch for the rest of the 2019 season.
  • By the numbers: Longest game in Diamondbacks history

    The Arizona Diamondbacks played their longest game in franchise history on Tuesday night (and Wednesday morning), a 3-2 win over the St. Louis Cardinals.

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