Braden Shipley maintained the top spot in MLB.com’s midseason ranking of the prospects in the Arizona Diamondbacks’ system.
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A trio of players faced their former teams for the first time when the Brewers and Diamondbacks kicked off a four-game series on Monday at Miller Park. Right-hander Chase Anderson got the start for Milwaukee against the D-backs, who sent out a lineup featuring former Brewers Jean Segura and Rickie Weeks Jr.
Normally, Friday night is reserved for fireworks at Great American Ball Park. But the D-backs brought their own on Sunday. With a four-homer performance, Arizona salvaged the third game of the series by topping the Reds, 9-8, and ending a four-game losing streak.
After two games of lackluster offense, the D-backs’ bats finally came alive in Sunday’s series finale against the Reds.
Spot starter Keyvius Sampson allowed one run in 4 1/3 innings and Jay Bruce slugged a three-run home run as the Reds defeated the D-backs on Saturday. Arizona pitcher Robbie Ray allowed three earned runs and had a career-high 10 strikeouts in the loss.
The first inning wasn’t kind to either starter in Friday’s series opener between the Reds and D-backs. Reds starter Dan Straily allowed two first-inning runs, but his counterpart, Archie Bradley, allowed three, giving up the only Arizona lead of the game as the Reds went on to win, 6-2. The Reds now have won four […]
When the Reds and D-backs meet for a three-game series that begins Friday at Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati won’t necessarily have a home-field advantage. Arizona owned the season series in 2015 by going 6-1, including a four-game sweep at GABP. Dan Straily will face off against Archie Bradley.
The Blue Jays and D-backs wrap up a two-game Interleague set on Wednesday afternoon at Chase Field, with Toronto’s Marcus Stroman going head-to-head with Arizona’s Patrick Corbin.
The Blue Jays and D-backs will resume Interleague Play on Tuesday night when All-Star right-hander Aaron Sanchez and Arizona rookie Zack Godley take the mound at Chase Field.
D-backs manager Chip Hale said his team’s level of success is dependent upon its starting pitching.To fare better in the second half, Arizona will need starts such as the one it got in Sunday’s 6-5 win over the Dodgers. Robbie Ray tossed seven scoreless innings, constantly working out of tough jams.