Playing for the second time in a week, the D-backs and Phillies start a four-game series on Friday night in Arizona. The D-backs earned a three-game sweep in Philadelphia last week, and they are starting a 10-game homestand at Chase Field, where they are 26-9 this season.
Having faith in his starting pitchers and letting them pitch deep into games has been a winning strategy this year for D-backs manager Torey Lovullo. Tuesday night, though, it wasn’t, as the Rockies rallied for two eighth-inning runs off Arizona starter Zack Greinke to beat the D-backs, 4-3, in the series opener of the National […]
The Arizona Diamondbacks and supplemental second-round pick Daulton Varsho have agreed to terms on a contract, according to MLB.com’s Jim Callis. The club has not confirmed the report.
What the D-backs couldn’t do off Jerad Eickhoff for six innings, they accomplished the inning after he left the game. Arizona used a four-run seventh inning against the Phillies’ bullpen to clinch a series win with a 5-1 victory.
It was the quantity, not quality, of hits in the D-backs’ series-opening 5-4 win that pushed them past the Phillies in a back-and-forth contest on Friday night at Citizens Bank Park. It was Arizona’s fifth consecutive victory.
Zack Godley pitched himself into a spot in the Diamondbacks rotation. Now he’s looking to stay there.
Patrick Corbin gets the call Friday looking to take another step in the right direction as the Arizona Diamondbacks open a three-game series against Aaron Nola and the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. The game will be broadcast live on the official MLB Facebook page (www.facebook.com/mlb), and include an exclusive MLB.com pregame show.
Taijuan Walker returned from the disabled list with a powerful five-inning performance to lead Arizona to a 2-1 win over Detroit on Wednesday night at Comerica Park. Jordan Zimmermann, despite landing on the wrong end of a pitchers’ duel, tossed a season-high eight innings with six strikeouts, allowing two runs on six hits and no […]
It’s not often that classic pitching matchups equal the hype. But this one between Brewers right-hander Chase Anderson and D-backs left-hander Robbie Ray did just that in what turned out to be an 11-1 Arizona victory Sunday in the series finale at Chase Field.
The Brewers and D-backs conclude their three-game weekend series Sunday at Chase Field with a marquee pitching matchup: right-hander Chase Anderson for Milwaukee and left-hander Robbie Ray for Arizona.
Arizona Diamondbacks left-hander Robbie Ray remembers when catching a foul ball at a Triple-A Nashville Sounds game would make his day as a kid. But on Saturday morning, he gave Little Leaguers an experience he never had.