1. Dan Hudson Impresses in Diamondbacks Debut

    When the Arizona Diamondbacks traded Edwin Jackson to the Chicago White Sox, they received right-handed pitcher Dan Hudson and minor league pitcher David Holmberg ...

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  2. Diamondbacks Busy at Trade Deadline

    Ah the trade deadline. What baseball fan doesn’t look forward to July 31st and the massive wheeling and dealing that goes on throughout baseball. For teams in contention it is a chance to add that one missing piece to reach the post season...

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  3. Diamondbacks Hold Movie Night at Chase Field

    A couple of years ago the Arizona Diamondbacks introduced Movie Night at Chase Field. With the team out of town on a road trip they opened up Chase Field to season ticket holders and their guests to come down to the stadium and watch a movie on dbTV...

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  4. The Search for the Lost Bobble Heads

    One of the side effects to attending thirteen years of Arizona Diamondbacks baseball games is that I have accumulated a lot of stuff from game giveaways and countless trips to the Team Shop...

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  5. Arizona Diamondbacks State of the Home Stand Address— July 19–25

    As the Arizona Diamondbacks dropped their fourth straight home game to the San Francisco Giants, it marked the end of a seven-game home stand...

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  6. Dan Haren: Diamondbacks Begin Retooling With Haren Trade

    Over the past week, the prospect of the Arizona Diamondbacks trading staff ace Dan Haren went from being highly unlikely to becoming imminent. A good indication of the likelihood of a trade occurred from a rather unconventional source...

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  7. No Wiggle Room

    For the better part of this season the Arizona Diamondbacks have been advertising the July 25 game as one you should not miss...

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  8. Interim GM Jerry Dipoto, Arizona Diamondbacks HoldTown Hall Meeting

    The Arizona Diamondbacks held their second Town Hall meeting for season ticket holders prior to today’s game against the San Francisco Giants. These meetings give season ticket holders an opportunity to talk with club officials and ask questions...

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  9. A Vicious Cycle

    Hitting for the cycle is a position player’s equivalent to pitching a no-hitter. For those unfamiliar with the term “hitting for the cycle”, it refers to a batter ...

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  10. Dan Haren's Final Start as a Diamondback at Chase Field?

    With baseball’s trade deadline just 10 days away, rumors are running rampant around the Arizona Diamondbacks...

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  11. A Great Day for Baseball; Let's Play One and a Half!

    The Arizona Diamondbacks had taken the first two games of a three-game series with the New York Mets. Going into the final game they had an opportunity to sweep the Mets. I had to repeat that to myself several times in order for it to sink in...

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  12. Arizona Diamondbacks Reaching Out to a New Baseball Generation

    When we moved to Arizona in 1994, Phoenix was clearly a basketball town. The Phoenix Suns were continuously sold out and you heard stories of people spending hours on the phone the ...

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  13. Home Cooking Suits the Arizona Diamondbacks

    The 2010 Arizona Diamondbacks have been a confusing team to understand. There are days where they look as though they had never seen a baseball before, stumbling and bumbling throughout the game...

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  14. Arizona Diamondback and San Diego Padres: Just a Kick in the Stomach

    After dropping the first two games of the series against the San Diego Padres, the Diamondbacks were attempting to salvage the final game before heading back to Phoenix, where they would face the New York Mets and the red-hot San Francisco Giants...

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  15. Errors in Judgment

    Interim manager Kirk Gibson made a few changes to the Diamondbacks line-up a day after the team was lit up 12-1 against the San Diego Padres...

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  16. Arizona Diamondbacks Second Half Expectations

    When the 2010 season began, the Arizona Diamondbacks thought they had all of the pieces in place to compete in the National League Western Division...

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  17. Arizona Diamondbacks' First-Round Draft Pick Fails Physical

    In the 2010 Major League Baseball amateur draft, the Arizona Diamondbacks had the sixth overall pick in the first round. Leading up to the draft, we heard several scenarios about draft strategy and how the Diamondbacks could utilize their picks...

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  18. 2010 MLB All-Star Game: Chris Young Representing the Arizona Diamondbacks

    It is perhaps one of the best “feel-good” stories of the 2010 baseball season. Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Chris Young was named to the 2010 All-Star Game by Philadelphia Phillies manager Charlie Manuel...

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  19. State of the Home Stand Address—July 2–11

    When the Florida Marlins closer Leo Nunez threw a change up to Diamondbacks shortstop Stephen Drew striking him out in the ninth inning, it was not only the end of the game and the ...

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  20. Diamondbacks' Legends Races: Let Grace Win

    By all accounts, the Diamondbacks' Legends races at the end of the fifth inning have proven to be a big hit since they started on July 2 during a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers...

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  21. Eighties Night and Greg Schulte's Milestone

    I cringe just a little whenever I see '80’s Night listed on the promotional schedule for the Arizona Diamondbacks...

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  22. Diamondbacks Prepare to Retire Luis Gonzalez Number

    In the waning moments of the 2006 regular season, new General Manager Josh Byrnes met for breakfast with outfielder and fan-favorite Luis Gonzalez. The subject was whether the Diamondbacks would pick up the slugger’s option for 2007...

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  23. Arizona Diamondbacks Set the Strikeout Pace

    When pinch-hitter Rusty Ryal struck out to end last night’s game, it seemed rather appropriate. After all, the Arizona Diamondbacks lead the planet in strike outs. Looking at the latest season statistics on MLB...

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  24. Are the Diamondbacks the New Cubs?

    Coming into the series with the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Chicago Cubs had lost seven of their last ten games. They had not been losing close games either, they were getting blown out...

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  25. The Dontrelle Willis Experiment Blows Up in Arizona

    On June 1, 2010, the Arizona Diamondbacks announced a trade with the Detroit Tigers. Arizona would send right-handed pitcher, Billy Buckner, to the Tigers in exchange for left-handed pitcher, Dontrelle Willis...

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