The Diamondbacks are reportedly most open to discussing deals for pitchers Patrick Corbin and Shelby Miller, but neither will come cheap.
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The Diamondbacks have agreed to an incentive-laden one-year contract with veteran reliever Fernando Rodney, according to a report.
The D-backs have hired former pitcher Dan Haren to work with Arizona's front office, coaching staff and analytics department.
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Arizona's decision to bring in Jeff Mathis had everything to do with an understanding of the benefits a smooth receiver can have on a pitching staff.
In their search for relief help, the Diamondbacks have reportedly reached out to free agents Brad Ziegler and Daniel Hudson.
The Arizona Diamondbacks agreed to a 2-year, $4 million deal with catcher Jeff Mathis after deciding to not tender Welington Castillo.
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Former Padres All-Star Tyson Ross, Nationals outfielder Ben Revere and Phillies outfielder Cody Asche are among 35 players who became free agents Friday.
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The Diamondbacks have reportedly agreed to a 2-year deal with catcher Jeff Mathis. Mathis was one of the game's top pitch-framers in 2016, ranking 4th among catchers in a stat known as "called strike rate above average." Marlins pitchers had a 3.28 ERA when Mathis caught them last season and a 4.26 ERA when others caught.
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Tim Laker joins D-backs' coaching staff
The Diamondbacks announced the hiring of Laker as their assistant hitting coach on Thursday. Laker served as the hitting coach for the Indians' Double-A affiliate in 2016.
Relief in focus for Diamondbacks
If there's one area where Arizona can improve the most, it's in the bullpen. A familiar face could be one of the team's top free-agent options. Bowden: Top targets, fallbacks (Insider)
Kyle Jensen headed to Japan
The Diamondbacks announced Tuesday that the infielder/outfielder's contract has been purchased by the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks of Japan's Pacific League. Jensen had two home runs and seven RBIs in 17 games with Arizona last season.
The market for high-priced right-hander Zack Greinke reportedly is slow to develop.
D-backs lose Guerrero on waiver claim
The Reds claimed OF Gabriel Guerrero off waivers from the Diamondbacks on Monday. The 22-year-old hit .234 with nine homers and 54 RBIs in the minors this year.
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The Diamondbacks reportedly expect other teams to show more interest in their younger starting pitchers after acquiring Taijuan Walker.
Taijuan Walker a perfect fit for D-backs?
Given his pitch mix -- most notably his reliance on a splitter -- Walker works with a style similar to some of Arizona's most successful pitchers in recent memory. Inside the 'Zona
Zack Greinke's paydays hamper Arizona's effort to retool its roster, and there might be no better time to dangle the pitcher in a deal than now.
Not too long ago, Taijuan Walker was one of baseball's best pitching prospects. Will buying him low and selling high on Jean Segura pay off in Arizona?
The deal the M's and D-backs made -- led by Jean Segura going to Seattle for Taijuan Walker -- could be a win-win for both teams or a disaster.
It doesn't seem likely that Paul Goldschmidt or Evan Longoria will be traded, but it makes sense for their teams to explore every option.
Quick look at the Segura-Walker trade
Yes, the trade involved five players, but Jean Segura and Taijuan Walker are the big names here. The Mariners sent Walker and Ketel Marte to the Diamondbacks for Segura, Mitch Haniger and Zac Curtis.
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The Arizona Diamondbacks new front office led by GM Mike Hazen made their first big move of their administration last night and it was a dandy landing one of the games best pitching prospects in Taijuan Walker in a five player deal that also netted shortstop Ketel Marte. In return, the Seattle Mariners get shortstop Jean Segura, outfielder Mitch Hanover and LHP Zac Curtis. Segura improves Mariners on-base percentage, speed and power at shortstop, However, if Walker can do what he hasn't done in his career and that's reach his potential as a top of rotation starter, then the Diamondbacks may have just made a trade that 3 years from now people will remember as a difference maker. Mariners are better today...but Diamondbacks might be better tomorrow in this deal.
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