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    A look back on the day Randy Johnson made baseball history for the Arizona Diamondbacks in one of the most bizarre ways possible.
  • D-backs to donate $550,000 to non-profits during coronavirus crisis

    The D-backs announced they will donate $550,000 to non-profit organizations that are helping "those most vulnerable" during the coronavirus outbreak.
  • ESPN: D-backs’ Nick Ahmed one of MLB’s most underrated players

    An ESPN writer put together a list of the player on each team that should be appreciated more when baseball comes back. The D-backs' Nick Ahmed was listed.
  • Diamondbacks option RHP Jon Duplantier to Triple-A Reno

    The MLB season is on pause, but the Diamondbacks nonetheless optioned right-hander Jon Duplantier to Triple-A Reno on Friday.
  • MLB announces allowance payment to minor league players

    Major League Baseball announced an initiative to pay allowances that would have been given to minor league players prior to opening day.
  • D-backs’ series in Mexico City canceled due to coronavirus delay

    The Diamondbacks' series in Mexico City against the Padres scheduled for April will be canceled due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
  • Salt River Fields to close temporarily; D-backs moving to Chase Field

    The coronavirus outbreak has now prompted Salt River Fields to shut its doors as the D-backs will move operations to Chase Field.
  • D-backs, Torey Lovullo face everyday challenges with coronavirus

    Torey Lovullo and his family aren't immune to the effects coronavirus has had on people across the nation as many are staying home.
  • D-backs, MLB teams to establish $1 million funds for impacted workers

    The Diamondbacks are part of an MLB initiative in which every team funds $1 million toward workers affected by coronavirus.
  • MLB to further delay season due to CDC’s coronavirus guideline

    A recommendation that groups of 50 or more not gather for the next eight weeks will delay the start of MLB's season even more.