If the Arizona Diamondbacks still have postseason aspirations, they'll need specific key players to step up and lead the charge in the NL West.
The D-Backs began the 2012 campaign with a blistering start. The team stormed out of the gates by winning their first four contests, and finished their first 10 games with a 7-3 record.
Injuries, however, derailed the Diamondbacks' winning ways.
Chris Young—the Diamondbacks' hottest hitter by far at the time, sporting a .410 batting average with five homers and 13 RBI—suffered a shoulder contusion and had to make a trip to the disabled list.
Although the Diamondbacks sit under .500 baseball at 15-19, that's still good enough for third place in the division.