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  • Report: D-backs non-tender Saunders, Owings

    PHOENIX – Arizona Diamondback pitchers Joe Saunders and Micah Owings may have thrown their last pitches for the organization. According to MLB Trade Rumors, the team non-tendered both pitchers Monday making them free agents. It is believed that the organization will still try to re-sign both, but they will now be competing with the rest […]
  • D-backs add to bullpen depth with Saito

    According to numerous reports on Monday, the Arizona Diamondbacks have signed veteran right-handed reliever Takashi Saito to a one-year contract. Saito spent 2011 with the Milwaukee Brewers, and pitched in 30 games, posting a 4-2 record with an ERA of 2.03. The 41-year-old has pitched six seasons in the big leagues after a distinguished career […]
  • Diamondbacks re-sign Lyle Overbay

    The Arizona Diamondbacks agreed to terms with free agent first baseman Lyle Overbay on a one-year contract. Overbay, originally an 18th-round draft pick of the Diamondbacks in 1999, made his way back to the team in the middle of the 2011 campaign after being waived by the Pittsburgh Pirates. With the D-backs, Overbay appeared in […]
  • D-backs acquire Cahill, Breslow from Athletics

    Arizona Sports 620’s John Gambadoro broke the story Friday morning, and late Friday afternoon, it became official. The Arizona Diamondbacks have acquired right-handed pitcher Trevor Cahill, lefty reliever Craig Breslow and cash considerations from the Oakland Athletics in exchange for young right- handed prospect Jarrod Parker, outfielder Collin Cowgill and right-handed reliever Ryan Cook. Cahill […]
  • Diamondbacks reportedly pushing hard for Gio Gonzalez

    The Arizona Diamondbacks had one of the best starting rotations in baseball last season, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement. In fact, that’s exactly what GM Kevin Towers appears to be trying to do. According to USA Today’s Bob Nightengale, the D-backs are pushing hard to complete a trade with the Oakland […]
  • Keith Law: Upton still has ‘another level’

    Keith Law named Justin Upton the top player in baseball under 25, and the baseball insider joined Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf to discuss why. “It wasn’t close,” Law said. “There were really only two candidates; it was him, number two was Andrew McCutchen with the Pirates.” Upton hit 31 home runs, drove in […]
  • Upton named best MLB player 25 or under

    Another “honor” has been bestowed upon Arizona Diamondbacks right fielder Justin Upton. Only this one doesn’t come with any actual trophy. ESPN baseball insider Keith Law unveiled his list of the top 50 MLB players aged 25 or under, and Upton is at the top of it, beating out others like Pittsburgh outfielder Andrew McCutchen, […]
  • Bauer, Bradley top D-backs’ prospect list

    Baseball America put out it’s list of the top ten prospects for each MLB franchise, and there’s a decidedly new look atop that list for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Trevor Bauer and Archie Bradley, who were both selected in the 2011 MLB First Year Player Draft last June, are listed as the top two prospects in […]
  • Braun wins NL MVP; Upton finishes 4th

    Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun on Tuesday was named the National League’s Most Valuable Player in a tight vote by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Braun was first on 20 of the 32 ballots and beat Los Angeles’ Matt Kemp by a margin of 56 points. Kemp garnered 10 first place votes. Arizona […]
  • Larry Bowa: D-backs are ‘ready to roll’

    Former manager and current MLB network analyst, Larry Bowa, spoke with Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Monday and gave his thoughts on where the Diamondbacks are and what to expect from them next season. “I really believe they need to get a starting pitcher,” Bowa said. “It doesn’t have to be a number one […]