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  • AP source: Rebuilding Padres hire rookie manager Jayce Tingler

    A person familiar with the decision says the rebuilding San Diego Padres have hired Jayce Tingler from the Texas Rangers as their new manager.
  • Game 3 of World Series to no longer feature duel of former Diamondbacks

    Two former Arizona Diamondbacks were expected to start Game 3 of the World Series. That plan has been debunked as Patrick Corbin is not starting Game 3.
  • New York county declares Oct. 22 ‘Tim Locastro Day’ in honor of D-backs OF

    Diamondbacks outfielder Tim Locastro now has a day honoring him, "the fastest man in baseball," in the county where he's from in New York.
  • Study: ASU-UA is top rivalry in USA, Valley fans show hate toward LA

    The rivalry between the Sun Devils and Wildcats is agreed-upon. That's not the case for other Arizona sports teams and their most-hated opponents.
  • D-backs prospect Daulton Varsho selected for USA Baseball tournament

    The tournament will be USA's first chance to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The roster features seven of the Top 100 prospect in MLB.
  • Two Diamondbacks prospects named to Fall League All-Star Game

    Who said Arizona Diamondbacks season was over? Two of the team's top prospects earned a spot on the Eastern All-Star team in the Arizona Fall League.
  • Report: D-backs’ Mike Bell to interview for Mets manager job

    Mike Bell is the Diamondbacks' vice president of player development and has previously managed in the minor leagues. He played 13 minor league seasons.
  • Former Diamondbacks in the 2019 playoffs: Yes, it’s a significant number

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have several former players in the MLB playoffs. As it turns out, it's more than the average team.
  • Diamondbacks’ Ketel Marte nominated for Hank Aaron Award

    Ketel Marte is the Arizona Diamondbacks nominee for the Hank Aaron Award, given to the most outstanding offensive player in both leagues.
  • D-backs GM Mike Hazen talks extension, being in Arizona

    Watching other teams fight for a World Series championship is one of his biggest motivators this offseason and what he calls unfinished business.