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2017 Schedule
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1dBradford Doolittle

D-backs' Problem Projection: Lefty Hitting

Arizona figures to be shuffling through its middle-infield options to start the season, but it would be nice if switch-hitter Ketel Marte made his presence felt in the shortstop platoon.

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Taking a big cut in 2017

For these four teams, 2017 will look a lot different on the field and on the balance sheet. Each team made significant cuts to their payrolls for the upcoming season.

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4dDavid Schoenfield

Which spring training stats actually matter?

Spring games are just meaningless exhibitions, right? Wrong. You can learn something from early box scores -- if you know where to look.

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5d

Healthy Pollock aims to exceed breakout 2015

One of the best facts about this year's Arizona Diamondbacks: A.J. Pollock is back, healthy, and confident he can exceed the breakout season he put together in 2015.

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6d

Manfred: D-backs' Chase Field 'needs work'

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, speaking at a news conference on Tuesday, said that "to be a major league-quality stadium," the Diamondbacks' Chase Field "needs work."

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The Diamondbacks signed former Rockies pitcher Jorge De La Rosa to a minor-league contract. De La Rosa is the Rockies all-time leader in wins (86) and strikeouts (985) and ranks in the top 3 in franchise history in WAR for pitchers, WHIP, win percentage, K per 9 and starts.

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8d

Diamondbacks sign P De La Rosa

The Arizona Diamondbacks have signed left-handed pitcher Jorge De La Rosa to a minor league deal with an invitation to major league spring training, the club announced Sunday.

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9dCraig Edwards

A new strike zone would help Goldschmidt

Moving the zone up three inches would turn the lowest part of it from a weak area to an average one, allowing Paul Goldschmidt to wait for the pitches up in his wheelhouse.

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12dDan Szymborski

No offseason jolts for Diamondbacks

Arizona and general manager Mike Hazen begin spring training with relatively the same quality of roster that went 69-93 last season.

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13d

New D-backs GM touts rotation, sees rebound

Starting pitching was a big part of the problem a year ago for an Arizona Diamondbacks team that entered with high expectations but nosedived to a 69-win season.

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13d

D-backs coach Gardenhire has prostate cancer

Ron Gardenhire, in his first year as Arizona's bench coach, said Tuesday that he'll have surgery to remove his prostate gland after a recent diagnosis of prostate cancer.

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14d

D-backs bring similar roster to spring training

With new general manager Mike Hazen and manager Torey Lovullo at the helm, the Arizona Diamondbacks are planning to give their young players another shot to turn the organization around.

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17d

Pirates acquire Gosselin from Diamondbacks

The Pittsburgh Pirates bolstered their infield depth on Friday, acquiring Phil Gosselin from the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for minor league pitcher Frank Duncan.

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17dBradford Doolittle

Greinke is primed for a comeback

Zack Greinke is due to earn 35 percent of the Diamondbacks' reported salary budget for this season. They obviously need him to bounce back in a big way.

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22dKeith Law

Arizona Diamondbacks: Top prospects report

After the previous front office left the prospect cupboard bare, new GM Mike Hazen has his work cut out for him to improve baseball's worst system.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average5.0930th
Quality Starts62Tied-27th
WHIP1.4930th
BAA.27529th
Runs75210th
Batting Average.2618th
On Base Percentage.32017th
Slugging Percentage.4327th

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