Shelby Miller will seek to get back in sync Tuesday against a club that knows quite well how dominant the Arizona starter can be when he is right. The Cardinals, who drafted and developed the right-hander before dealing him to Atlanta in November 2014, will counter with righty Carlos Martinez in the second game of […]
The Cardinals head to Arizona to open a four-game set against the D-backs on Monday, wrapping up a seven-game road trip for St. Louis, while Arizona is in the midst of a 10-game homestand.
One day after the D-backs and Pirates combined for 28 hits, strong pitching from Arizona starter Rubby De La Rosa and Pittsburgh starter Juan Nicasio was the early story in the D-backs’ 7-1 victory on Saturday at Chase Field.
For the second straight start, D-backs right-hander Shelby Miller struggled with his command and departed the game early. In Thursday afternoon’s 6-2 Arizona victory over the Giants, Miller walked the first four batters of the third inning before being removed in favor of Tyler Wagner.
Right-hander Johnny Cueto looks to continue his unbeaten start with San Francisco when the Giants host Shelby Miller and the Arizona Diamondbacks in the finale of a four-game series Thursday at AT&T Park.
The Arizona D-backs remained comfortable in their home away from home Tuesday night, as they maintained their AT&T Park dominance of the San Francisco Giants with a 3-0 triumph.
After Monday’s 11-inning showdown in the opener of the season series, a 9-7 Arizona win, the D-backs and Giants hope to get deep starts from Robbie Ray and Matt Cain, a pair of pitchers who saw their most recent starts head in the wrong direction in one inning.
When he walked into manager Chip Hale’s office following the D-backs’ 9-7, 11-inning win over the Giants on Monday night, Arizona general manager Dave Stewart breathed a sigh of relief.
Jean Segura’s third hit, an 11th-inning chopper over the pitcher’s mound, scored Phil Gosselin with the tiebreaking run on Monday night and paced the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 9-7 victory over the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park.
With D-backs top pitching prospect Archie Bradley facing former Cy Young winner and 14-year veteran Jake Peavy on Monday night, Arizona continues its 10-game road trip in San Francisco, as the National League West rivals open a four-game series at AT&T Park.
Padres manager Andy Green will treat the upcoming three-game series with the D-backs, which begins Friday night at 7:40 p.m. at Petco Park, like any other, but for him and Arizona manager Chip Hale there will be something a little extra special about it.
D-backs manager Chip Hale wasn’t sure what Rick Honeycutt was yelling towards the Arizona dugout after Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner was hit by a pitch in the seventh inning, but the very fact that the Dodgers’ pitching coach was doing so angered Hale.