No team in Major League Baseball has come so far so quickly as the Arizona Diamondbacks have over the past year.
The NL West's last place club in 2010, few could have predicted Arizona would reach the 2011 postseason as division champions.
Arizona's ride into the postseason ended too quickly, as the Diamondbacks lost to a Prince Fielder and Ryan Braun-led Milwaukee Brewers in a five-game NLDS.
Still, hopes are high for the Diamondbacks to repeat their 2011 success and reach the postseason once again.
Arizona's improbable 2011 run may be considered by some a Cinderella-style worst-to-first turnaround, but the traditional Cinderella story ends with a decidedly happier ending. In the baseball world, that means a trip to the World Series.
Arizona's Cinderella run might have began in 2011, but it won't end until the Diamondbacks are back in the Fall Classic, a feat that very well could occur in 2012.
These are 10 reasons why.