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    After a challenging upbringing in Venezuela Diamondbacks third baseman Eduardo Escobar committed to giving back to Arizona community.
  • Trade deadline additions position D-backs with depth for postseason push

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    Following a career-worst cold streak through the month of May, Paul Goldschmidt may be back to his usual MVP-caliber self.
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    Many MLB stars, such as Houston’s Carlos Correa and Washington’s Bryce Harper, are beginning to use the C-flap as an injury prevention method. In Arizona, three players are joining the movement.
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    The Diamondbacks debuted a humidor Opening Day in an attempt to reduce home runs at Chase Field, the ballpark with the second-highest elevation in the MLB.