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  • First base unsettled for Diamondbacks

    The Diamondbacks attempted to do away with their strikeout problem over the offseason by making significant changes to their corner spots. The team sent third baseman Mark Reynolds to Baltimore and declined an option on first baseman Adam LaRoche, getting rid of 383 combined strike outs in the process. However, if the 2011 revolving door […]
  • Inside the Box: Diamondbacks stranded against Cubs

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for April 4, 2011: Cubs 4, Diamondbacks 1 There may be more zeros in the Arizona Diamondbacks’ box score from Monday than there were in my limo at prom, but that […]
  • D-backs feature lowest Fan Cost Index for 2011 season

    The Arizona Diamondbacks announced Monday that their organization features the lowest Fan Cost Index in the MLB for the fifth consecutive season. The D-backs’ Fan Cost Index for this season is $120.96, more than $70 below the industry average of $197.35. The Fan Cost Index is a representative look at the cost of a family […]
  • Bullpen biggest bright spot in D-backs Opening Day win

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks opened their 2011 season in grand fashion winning a wild 7-6 nail-biter against the Colorado Rockies in 11 innings. There were many positive signs to take away from the D-backs’ perspective. Maybe seeing Ian Kennedy pitch better than All-Star Ubaldo Jimenez or marveling at the power display put on by […]
  • D-backs add Krause as special assistant in scouting, player development

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks announced today they have hired Jerry Krause as Special Assistant to the Senior Vice President, Scouting & Player Development after serving as the Chicago White Sox’s Director of International Scouting. Krause will evaluate players on all levels, including Major and minor league players, amateur players for the First-Year Player Draft […]
  • Gibson says it’s Juan Miranda’s time

    For pretty much their entire existence the Arizona Diamondbacks have struggled to find a first baseman. From Travis Lee and Erubiel Durazo to Mark Grace, Greg Colbrunn, Tony Clark and Adam LaRoche, the D-backs have gone through 10 different opening day starters at first in 13 years. Number 11 is set to be Juan Miranda, […]
  • Allen still waiting for his chance to shine

    PHOENIX – When Brandon Allen was acquired from the Chicago White Sox in 2009, he was expected to one day become the Diamondbacks starting first baseman. He is still waiting for his chance. Arizona finalized its 25-man roster on Wednesday with Allen being one of the last cuts despite having a solid spring training. He […]
  • At 0-0 it’s time for Diamondbacks to go to work

    The theme was obvious. The Arizona Diamondbacks, following their final tune-up game before the regular season begins, tended to share a similar outlook when it came to judging what Spring Training meant in regards to their season’s prospects. “It doesn’t really matter what happened before [Wednesday], starting Friday it’s a clean slate and everybody’s very […]
  • D-backs shouldn’t expect much from Branyan

    PHOENIX – Maybe the best player for the Arizona Diamondbacks in spring training has been new addition Russell Branyan. One of the team’s biggest holes is first base, so naturally many have gotten excited that Branyan, after swinging such a hot bat, could be the answer at that position or at least used in a […]
  • Diamondbacks finalize 25-man roster

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks announced a number of roster moves today to complete their 25-man roster prior to Friday’s Opening Day game against the Colorado Rockies in Denver. To complete the Opening Day roster, the D-backs outrighted infielder Tony Abreu to Triple-A Reno and optioned infielder Brandon Allen and right-handed pitcher Esmerling Vasquez to […]