Campos saves D-backs taxed bullpen after Godley's bad day'

PHOENIX -- Vincente Campos served an important role in an otherwise forgettable night for the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday.With Arizona trailing by nine runs, Campos relieved and chewed up 5 2/3 innings in his major league debut to save the Diamondbacks' bullpen in a 13-0 loss to the Cincinnati Reds.Campos allowed three runs, two earned, and four hits in relief of starter Zack...
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Arizona Diamondbacks – Reds hammer Godley

  Zack Godley, right-hander for the Arizona Diamondbacks, suffered his worst loss of the season This one began nasty for righty Zack Godley, the starter for the Arizona Diamondbacks, and then went progressively ugly. From the start, Godley was tagged for two, two-run home runs in the first inning. By the time he left after […] Arizona Diamondbacks – Reds hammer Godley - Venom...
Via Venom Strikes
9 hours ago

D'backs' Segura removed from game with illness

PHOENIX (AP) Jean Segura left the Arizona Diamondbacks' game against the Cincinnati Reds after two innings due to illness on Saturday night. Segura walked to lead off the first inning, but Brandon Drury replaced him at second base to begin the third. The Diamondbacks were trailing 9-0 when Segura came out. Segura is hitting .316 with 12 homers and 50 RBIs this season.
Via Associated Press
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Arizona Diamondbacks-Offense Bails Out Bullpen Again

More often than not at home this season, the Arizona Diamondbacks found new ways to loose and make visiting teams more comfortable when they arrive at Chase Field. Coming into play on Saturday night, the Arizona Diamondbacks had the second worst home record in the majors at 24-42. They trailed only the Atlanta Braves who […] Arizona Diamondbacks-Offense Bails Out Bullpen Again...
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11 hours ago

Arizona Diamondbacks – Pollock’s return has residual effect

  A. J. Pollock, centerfielder for the Arizona Diamondbacks, is an influential component in the line-up This was a wait in which many who follow the exploits of A. J. Pollock, center-fielder for the Arizona Diamondbacks, believe would not come. Having fractured his right elbow three days before the start of the regular season, and […] Arizona Diamondbacks – Pollock’s return...
Via Venom Strikes
13 hours ago

Diamondbacks activate center fielder A.J. Pollock

PHOENIX (AP) As expected, the Arizona Diamondbacks have activated center fielder A.J. Pollock and he was in the lineup for Friday night's game against the Cincinnati Reds. Pollock, an All-Star and Gold Glove winner last season, broke his right elbow in a head-first slide at home in a preseason game two days before the start of the regular season. Pollock was second in the batting...
Via Associated Press
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The Diamondbacks’ flexible philosophies

Since their inception in 1998, the Arizona Diamondbacks have had a notable amount of success when placed into the context of a franchise so young and the amount of time it has taken teams in a similar circumstance to become a relatively consistent contender. In those 19 seasons, they’ve made the playoffs five times and […] The post The Diamondbacks’ flexible philosophies appeared...
Via Today's Knuckleball
1 day ago

Poll: The Diamondbacks’ Front Office

Derrick Hall will remain the Diamondbacks’ CEO for the foreseeable future, but that won’t necessarily preclude a major overhaul to the franchise’s baseball operations department. Hall stated this week that the club will make decisions on the two heads of that department, chief baseball officer Tony La Russa and general manager Dave Stewart, after the season. “There’s a...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
1 day ago

The Diamondbacks are a disaster, and it's time the owner takes some blame

If Diamondbacks managing general partner Ken Kendrick wants to fire everyone in his front office, that is his prerogative. He could even justify such an upheaval, considering some of the questionable decisions made by chief baseball officer Tony La Russa, general manager Dave Stewart and Co. over the past two years.But Kendrick, too, bears responsibility.Kendrick and team president...
Via FOX Sports
1 day ago

Yasmany Tomas Is Better Than You Think

When the Arizona Diamondbacks signed Yasmany Tomas to a $60 Million dollar deal, many thought the Cuban “third-baseman” would be an instant star. Little is known about Cuban players when they come over; their skills are often exaggerated and their numbers on the Cuban National Series inflated. While some players, such as Yoenis Cespedes and Jose Abreu, do come over and become...
Via Off The Bench
2 days ago

D-backs recall Bracho and Campos, option Leone and Hathaway

The Arizona Diamondbacks recalled pitchers Silvino Bracho and Vicente Campos from Triple- and Double-A respectively and optioned pitchers Dominic Leone and Steve Hathaway. #Dbacks recall P Silvino Bracho from Triple-A Reno & P Vicente Campos from Double-A Mobile and option Dominic Leone & Steve Hathaway to Reno — Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) August 25, 2016 After [...
Via Today's Knuckleball
2 days ago

Shelby Miller Demotion Expected To Delay Free Agency

The Diamondbacks have scheduled right-hander Shelby Miller for at least one more Triple-A start, which Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic says will leave the 25-year-old unable to accrue enough days on the active roster this year to reach four full years of MLB service. Miller is sitting at 3.133 on his service clock at present, says Piecoro. That means he would need to return...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
2 days ago

Are The Diamondbacks Actually In A Bad Position?

Sitting in the cellar of the NL West, alongside the San Diego Padres, are the Arizona Diamondbacks. Coming into the season, these Diamondbacks, who last year won 79 games, had high expectations with the additions of NL Cy Young runner-up in Zack Greinke and All Star Shelby Miller to the mix. Nevertheless, the franchise is in a state of turmoil as ownership faces a decision...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

A Little Less Golden: the Slow Decline of Goldschmidt May Be Here

It’s funny how easy it is to lose sight of a great player when that player is routinely great. As good as Paul Goldschmidt is, one can lose sight of his production when looking for storylines. It’s only when he gets off to a slow start or hits a walk off home run that we stop and take notice. One …
Via Inside the Zona
2 days ago

Robbie Ray: A Diamondback Discusses His Arsenal

Robbie Ray has a 7-11 win-loss record and a 4.31 ERA. Neither is impressive. Some of his other numbers are. The Arizona Diamondbacks left-hander has a 3.53 FIP and his walks and strikeouts per nine innings are 3.2 and 11.2, respectively. His velocity is also notable. Ray’s heater is averaging 93.9 mph and topping out at 97. Six weeks short of his 25th birthday, he’s never thrown...
Via Fangraphs
4 days ago  |  Discuss

How to Solve a Problem Like the Diamondbacks

Despite internally high hopes after some notable acquisitions over the winter, the Diamondbacks season has simply been an unmitigated disaster. As we head towards September, they have a 51-73 record, second-worst in the National League, and they’ve played every bit as poorly as their record indicates; they also have baseball’s second-worst run differential (-129) and third-worst...
Via Fangraphs
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: D-Backs ownership blocked Miller trade, Hale firing

Arizona Diamondbacks ownership is strongly considering front office changes, and they’ve been meddling in affairs for a while now. USA Today’s Bob Nightengale shed light on the situation, with the struggling Diamondbacks having been one of baseball’s biggest disappointments in 2016. Owner Ken Kendrick is reportedly considering the futures of CEO Tony La Russa and general manager...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Yasmany Tomas Is Finally Pulling the Ball in the Air

A poor base-runner and fielder who strikes out a lot and also doesn’t walk much needs to have a batting average like Tony Gwynn — or otherwise hit for a ton of power — to be a worthwhile player. This is the plight of Yasmany Tomas. He doesn’t run well and plays poor defense at one of the less challenging positions. He strikes out in a quarter of his plate appearances while...
Via Fangraphs
9 days ago  |  Discuss

What do Paul Goldschmidt, Ted Williams and Lou Gehrig have in common?

Arizona Diamondbacks slugger Paul Goldschmidt isn’t just one of baseball’s best players. He’s also making history. Through the first 738 games of his career, Goldschmidt has lofted himself into rarefied air. “Only two other players in baseball history – Hall of Fame royalty Ted Williams and Lou Gehrig – have put up equal or better numbers than Goldschmidt has when...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Collins goes on rant after Mets swept, fall to .500

The last-place Arizona Diamondbacks finished off a three-game sweep of the New York Mets with a 9-0 victory on Thursday at Citi Field. The loss dropped the Mets to .500 at 57-57, and was their 11th loss in their last 15 games. Mets manager Terry Collins met with the media after the game, and answered one question… before ranting for nearly four minutes and then storming out. ...
Via The Comeback
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Maricopa County to Diamondbacks owner: “go back to f—ing West Virginia”

We last brought to you word of turmoil between the Arizona Diamondbacks and Maricopa County over the state of Chase Field and the Diamondbacks desire for a new stadium in March. And now, thanks to a new report from The Arizona Republic, it seems like things between the team and local government have gotten even more contentious. Back in March, the Diamondbacks were complaining...
Via The Comeback
19 days ago  |  Discuss

QUIZ: Name the great Lefty/Righty pitcher combinations

The 2001 World Champion Arizona Diamondbacks rocketed to a title with a killer lefty/righty duo of Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling. The two shared Series MVP honors for their combined efforts in mowing down Yankee batters. But their time together was fleeting compared to some of the following LH/RH pitching partners who combined for at least 250 wins while on the same roster (Johnson...
29 days ago  |  Discuss

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