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  • D-backs call up Clarke for start on Friday, option Leyba and Duplantier

    Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo announced Thursday after a loss to the Milwaukee Brewers that the club will be optioning infielder Domingo Leyba and calling up starting pitcher Taylor Clarke.
  • Nightengale: D-backs will be sellers at MLB trade deadline

    The MLB trade deadline is less than two weeks away and USA Today's Bob Nightengale thinks the Arizona Diamondbacks will be sellers come July 31.
  • By the numbers: The D-backs’ stark offensive differences home vs. away

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have seen success on the road while they have struggled at home this season and their offensive numbers prove it.
  • D-backs to celebrate moon landing anniversary with bobbleheads

    The D-backs will be giving out Nick Ahmed on the Moon bobbleheads to the first 20,000 fans at Saturday's game against the Milwaukee Brewers.
  • Merrill Kelly’s strong start spoiled as D-backs lose to Brewers

    Merrill Kelly allowed one run in seven innings, but the Diamondbacks' bullpen imploded in a loss to the Brewers, who are NL Wild Card challengers.
  • Diamondbacks reinstate Wilmer Flores from IL, option Kevin Cron

    Diamondbacks infielder Wilmer Flores, who had been on the 10-day IL since May 21 with a right foot contusion, was activated on Thursday.
  • Historic switch-hitting duo Marte, Escobar paying off for D-backs

    Eduardo Escobar's two home runs against the Rangers Wednesday night completed a historic feat with fellow switch-hitting teammate Ketel Marte.
  • A look at why D-backs OF Tim Locastro is a hit-by-pitch machine

    D-backs OF Tim Locastro has been hit by 14 pitches this season, fourth in baseball. He's played almost half as many games as those above him. How?
  • D-backs explode early with 12 runs in 1st 2 innings of win over Texas

    The Arizona Diamondbacks' offense is still kicking in Texas. After scoring nine runs on Tuesday, they dropped 18 on Wednesday in a win over the Rangers.
  • D-backs’ Alex Young ‘not surprised’ after strong start at the majors

    Arizona Diamondbacks rookie Alex Young has been impressive three starts into his major league career after he began the season in relief at Triple-A Reno.
  • D-backs must navigate trade deadline amidst crowded NL Wild Card picture

    The Arizona Diamondbacks' decision whether to buy or sell at the trade deadline is influenced in-part by what's been an unusual season.
  • Alex Young leads D-backs to win in Texas homecoming

    D-backs rookie Alex Young dominated the Rangers in his Texas homecoming, allowing only one run on three hits while striking out four in 5.1 innings pitched.
  • Eduardo Escobar named D-backs’ 2019 Heart and Hustle Award winner

    Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman Eduardo Escobar was named the team's winner for the 2019 Heart and Hustle Award winner on Tuesday.
  • RHP Taylor Clarke to start for D-backs on Friday vs. Brewers

    The Arizona Diamondbacks will soon see the return of one of their starting pitchers, as Taylor Clarke will take the mound on Friday at Chase Field.
  • Report: Brewers among teams interested in D-backs LHP Robbie Ray

    It's not clear what the D-backs will do at the trade deadline, but it appears they have multiple teams interested in Robbie Ray.
  • D-backs infielder Wilmer Flores moving rehab to Triple-A Reno

    Arizona Diamondbacks second baseman Wilmer Flores will continue his rehab assignment by moving to Triple-A Reno as his return to the team draws closer.
  • Passan: Rivals believe D-backs could be sellers at trade deadline

    It's hard to know for sure what the D-backs will do at the trade deadline -- they may have not decided themselves -- but rival execs believe they'll sell.
  • Why D-backs’ Ray is linked to Yankees before MLB trade deadline

    Though there's been no explicit evidence the Yankees and Diamondbacks are discussing a trade, there's a reason Robbie Ray has been linked to New York.
  • Diamondbacks dress the part for Texas 2-step

    Cowboy attire was the theme for the Arizona Diamondbacks as they traveled to face the Texas Rangers for a two-game series.
  • By the numbers: D-backs have highs, lows coming off All-Star break

    Following the team's first series after the All-Star break, take a look back at the weekend in St. Louis where Arizona went 1-2.

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