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2017 Schedule
93-69, 2nd in NL West
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6dKeith Law

Law: White Sox strike first on winter market

The ChiSox fired up the hot stove by signing free agent Welington Castillo, while the Cardinals dealt a 2016 All-Star and the Rays landed a prospect.

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18dBradford Doolittle

Hot stove stock watch: Diamondbacks

Arizona has a chance to consolidate its gains on the field, stemming from this season's playoff run with a pre-hot stove win projection of 84.3.

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19dTravis Sawchik, Special to ESPN.com

One key move for the Diamondbacks this offseason

The D-backs have an excellent rotation and star power in their lineup but have questions in their bullpen. One of free agency's best potential values could be the solution.

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D-backs add Miller to 40-man roster

The Arizona Diamondbacks added LHP Jared Miller to their 40-man roster on Monday. Miller posted a 2.93 ERA with 94 strikeouts in 53 combined relief appearances between Double-A Jackson and Triple-A Reno last season. The D-backs' 40-man roster is now at 38 players.

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Reinheimer rakes in AFL

Diamondbacks infield prospect Jack Reinheimer went 3-for-3 with a triple and run scored for the Salt River Rafters in the Arizona Fall League on Wednesday. The 25-year-old is now slashing .324/.418/.397 through 21 games this fall.

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26dDavid Schoenfield

Will Robbie Ray be baseball's next superace?

There's reason to believe Ray still hasn't hit his ceiling just yet. If he can cut down on his walks -- 71 in 162 innings -- he can become a guy who consistently posts sub-3.00 ERAs.

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

The BBWAA voted Torey Lovullo as the 2017 NL Manager of the Year, as the Diamondbacks skipper got 18 of 30 first-place votes while steering his team to a National League Wild Card.

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Lovullo, Molitor named managers of the year

The Diamondbacks' Torey Lovullo has been named the National League Manager of the Year after leading Arizona to its first postseason appearance since 2011. Twins counterpart Paul Molitor took home the award in the American League.

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Goldschmidt wins Silver Slugger Award

Diamondbacks 1B Paul Goldschmidt was announced as a National League Silver Slugger Award winner on Thursday. The award honors the best offensive player at each position in each league. Goldschmidt posted a .297 batting average and .966 OPS with 36 home runs and 120 RBIs en route to his third career Silver Slugger win.

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32dSam Miller

Ranking all 30 clubs by triumphs and fails: Diamondbacks

Arizona's struggles in the NLDS against Los Angeles provided a preview of what's probably to come for the D-backs: nice seasons stomped on by their $250 million payroll division rivals.

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D-backs re-sign De La Rosa to minors deal

The Arizona Diamondbacks inked RHP Rubby De La Rosa to a minor league contract Tuesday. De La Rosa has been with the organization since 2014. The 28-year-old posted a 4.70 ERA in nine games last season and is expected to miss all of 2018 after undergoing his second Tommy John surgery in August.

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The best and the brightest

The nine Gold Glove winners of the National League were announced Tuesday. The Rockies and the Diamondbacks each have two players receiving the honor this year.

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Diamondbacks P Zack Greinke wins his 4th straight Gold Glove Award (the last P to win 4 straight was Greg Maddux). Greinke pitched more than 200 innings and made no errors. He also allowed 5 steals on only 12 attempts.

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Diamondbacks 1B Paul Goldschmidt won his 3rd Gold Glove, the 3 are the most by any player in Diamondbacks history. Goldschmidt rated as the best in baseball at taking away hits on balls hit in the 1B-2B hole. He's also a standout throw-scooper and rates well at both defending the bunt and starting double plays.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The NL MVP finalists include one surprise: Paul Goldschmidt, Giancarlo Stanton and Joey Votto. In a crowded field that included Nolan Arenado and Charlie Blackmon, Votto beats out the two Rockies as a finalist even though he played for a team that lost 94 games. Of course, Stanton also played for a losing team. So does that mean Goldschmidt will win? Prediction: Stanton's 59 home runs and 132 RBIs earn him his first MVP Award.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs8128th
Batting Average.25417th
On Base Percentage.32912th
Slugging Percentage.4455th
Earned Run Average3.663rd
Quality Starts82Tied-4th
WHIP1.277th
BAA.2407th

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