From a prospect and player development standpoint, the Arizona Diamondbacks might be known for a while as the organization that traded the No. 1 overall pick in the Draft away in the offseason following the Draft, the first time that both has happened and was allowed to happen due to a change in the rules.
It may have taken longer than he wanted, but in the end, Tyler Clippard said, he wound up where he wanted to be — with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Brewers and D-backs made a Saturday splash with a five-player trade that sent shortstop Jean Segura and Southern League ERA champ Tyler Wagner to Arizona for right-hander Chase Anderson, infielder Aaron Hill and Minor League shortstop Isan Diaz.
Arizona avoided arbitration with right-hander Shelby Miller and catcher Welington Castillo, in addition to pitchers Patrick Corbin, Randall Delgado and Daniel Hudson. Coming off a big season, outfielder A.J. Pollock opted to file for arbitration at $3.9 million, while the team countered at $3.65 million.
You could tell by the look on his face and the bounce in his step that Mike Morgan was right where he wanted to be Monday morning. Dressed in an Arizona Diamondbacks uniform, Morgan, who spent 22 years in the big leagues, was on the Salt River Field back fields telling stories and teaching baseball […]
Since their inception, the Arizona Diamondbacks have made countless trips to the state of Sonora to play exhibition games, build relationships and support baseball in Mexico. In recent years, those trips have become increasingly more regular, yet by the time the D-backs’ delegation boarded a flight back to Phoenix Friday morning, it was clear the […]
College football returned to Chase Field for the first time in over a decade on Saturday night, as West Virginia beat Arizona State in a shootout, 43-42, in the Motel 6 Cactus Bowl.
After two seasons as manager of the Nationals, Matt Williams is back home in Arizona, where he will coach third base for the D-backs in 2016.
Who do the D-backs have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Arizona’s Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com’s Prospect Watch.
Arizona’s stunning move to sign Zack Greinke doesn’t make the Diamondbacks the slam-dunk favorites in the NL West, but it absolutely makes them contenders. For a team with one winning season in seven years, that’s a big deal.
A new television deal with FOX Sports Arizona, which is worth north of $1.5 billion over more than 15 years, gave the D-backs the ability to feel OK about making the financial commitment to Zack Greinke.
In a stunning turn of events, the D-backs were the winners of the Zack Greinke Sweepstakes on Friday night, agreeing to a six-year, $206.5 million deal with the right-hander, which was finalized on Tuesday.