1. Diamondbacks' Martin Prado Showing Better Production at Plate

    The arrival of his mother, Irma, as a roommate during the All-Star break last season coincided with Diamondbacks third baseman Martin Prado's offensive surge and while he was willing ...

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  2. Cingrani Looks to Impress in Opener with D-Backs

    Reds lefty Tony Cingrani would like to remain in the rotation once Mat Latos comes off of the disabled list. A good start could help his cause on Thursday at Chase Field, where the Reds open a four-game series against Josh Collmenter and the D-backs...

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  3. McCarthy Criticizes 50 Cent's Pitch

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  4. Putz on Retirement: 'I'm Not There Yet'

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  5. Video: Paul Goldschmidt Hits Ball Hard, Also Far

    For reasons sufficient unto myself, I find the towering parabola-blast to dead center to be the most aesthetically pleasing of home runs...

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  6. Nick Evans Up, Alfredo Marte Down

    #FreeNickEvans - mission accomplished. Alfredo Marte has been sent down to Reno, while Nick Evans has got the call, and should see major-league action for the first time since 2011...

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  7. Diamondbacks' A.J. Pollock Builds Case to Hit at Top of Order

    When the Diamondbacks traded Adam Eaton to the Chicago White Sox in the offseason, the natural follow up was to wonder who would emerge as Arizona's lead-off hitter this year...

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  8. Diamondbacks' Evan Marshall Running with First Opportunity in the Majors

    It was hard for Diamondbacks reliever Evan Marshall to be too mad about giving up the first earned run of his career Tuesday — even when that run, a solo homer by San Diego ...

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  9. Marshall Gives Up 1st-Career HR in Loss

    The San Diego Padres got a go-ahead eighth-inning homer from 1B Tommy Medica to beat the Diamondbacks on Tuesday at Chase Field before an announced crowd of 17,862.....

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  10. Young Injury Altered D-Backs, Upton Forever

    When he heard the question, New York Mets outfielder Chris Young wasn't caught off guard. He was asked about a moment he thinks about from time to time, one that came with ramifications ...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 1 month ago 72 reads 0 comments

  11. Padres Seeking Run Support for Stults vs. Miley

    Aside from D-backs left-hander Wade Miley registering more than double the strikeouts of Padres lefty Eric Stults, statistically the two starting pitchers are evenly matched...

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  12. Pollock's Walk-off Blast

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  13. Pollock's Home Run Propels D-Backs to Walk-off Win

    He had ditched the bubble gum bucket lid he wore during his on-field postgame interview but remnants of the celebration (dirt, mud, whatever else his teammates had concocted) remained ...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 1 month ago 20 reads 0 comments

  14. Pollock Homers in 9th, D-Backs Top Padres 7-5

    A.J. Pollock hit a two-out, two-run homer on the first pitch he saw in the ninth inning to give the Arizona Diamondbacks a 7-5 victory over the San Diego Padres on Monday night...

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  15. Mets top D-backs for doubleheader split: By The Numbers

    The Arizona Diamondbacks found themselves with a rare opportunity on Sunday -- a chance at a series sweep...

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  16. Despite Elbow Tenderness, D-Backs' Arroyo Confident He'll Make Next Start

    Arizona Diamondbacks right-hander Bronson Arroyo turned in a solid outing in the first game of a doubleheader Sunday against the New York Mets , but was removed after six innings due in part to elbow tenderness...

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  17. Hill Exits vs. Mets After Fouling Ball off Ankle

    Aaron Hill was removed from Game 2 of today's doubleheader for precautionary reasons after fouling a ball off his left ankle...

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  18. Tony La Russa Changes Everything for the Arizona Diamondbacks

    In a move that was surprising and seemingly came out of left field, the Arizona Diamondbacks announced last Saturday that the organization hired Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa to become the team's newly created chief of baseball operations.

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  19. D-Backs to Recall Spruill to Start Gm. 2 Sunday

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  20. Could D-Backs Look to Trade Aaron Hill?

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are a sinking ship. Barring a swift turnaround it looks like 2014 is already on the verge of being a lost season...

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  21. Towers on La Russa Hire: 'I Certainly Don't Want to Be a Pseudo-GM'

    The dust is still settling after the Arizona Diamondbacks changed the complexion of their front office last weekend by hiring legendary manager Tony La Russa as the team's new chief baseball officer...

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  22. Ross Adjusts After Hip Injury Threatened His Way of Life

    As the trainers knelt over him, Cody Ross kept repeating the same words. "I broke my hip. I broke my hip...

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  23. Diamondbacks 2, Cardinals 4: No, YOU'RE an Error

    In the first inning it really seemed like it would be a duck race in favor the visiting Diamondbacks . Gerardo Parra led things off with a single, Martin Prado walked, and then Parra scored on a Goldschmidt single...

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  24. Kevin Towers' Home Is for Sale...

    Arizona Diamondbacks General Manager Kevin Towers' house in east Phoenix's high-end Arcadia neighborhood is on the market for $1.95 million, but baseball fans shouldn't jump to any conclusions...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 1 month ago 93 reads 0 comments

  25. Cahill on Bullpen Struggle: 'Small Margin of Error'

    ST. LOUIS – There are some things right-hander Trevor Cahill likes about being a reliever — such as the chance to pitch on any given night — but he also hopes his stay in the bullpen isn't a permanent one...

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