Chris Owings tends to fly under the radar when people talk about the Arizona Diamondbacks. That might not be the case much longer. On Monday, he hit a grand slam in a win over the Padres. On Tuesday, he had two hits and three RBIs.
Zack Godley steps into the rotation for the injured Shelby Miller on Wednesday against the Padres. Trevor Cahill, who allowed one run in seven innings the last time out, faces Arizona.
Arizona will be seeking a sweep when the Dodgers and D-backs close their series on Sunday at Chase Field with a matchup of two pitchers trying to bounce back from problematic 2016 seasons: Brandon McCarthy for Los Angeles and Shelby Miller for Arizona.
The D-backs and Padres wrap up a three-game series — and for Arizona, a 10-game road trip — on Thursday night at Petco Park.
It seemed like a bit of an odd move at the time. J.J. Hoover had struck out the first two batters of the eighth and D-backs manager Torey Lovullo elected to bring in closer Fernando Rodney to face Corey Seager with Arizona down 5-4 on Saturday night.
Yasiel Puig homered and had four RBIs and Alex Wood pitched 3 1/3 innings of hitless relief on Saturday night as the Dodgers beat the D-backs on Jackie Robinson Day, 8-4, despite four RBIs from Arizona shortstop Nick Ahmed.
Arizona third baseman Jake Lamb, who typically thrives at AT&T Park, lashed a bases-loaded triple in Tuesday night’s third inning to propel the D-backs to a 4-3 triumph over the San Francisco Giants.
Saturday night, D-backs right fielder David Peralta dove for a ball and got up holding his surgically repaired right wrist. Then Sunday afternoon he tumbled into the stands trying to catch a fly ball. Peralta came out of both instances without injury, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t some anxious moments among his teammates and […]
Avoiding the possible distraction of Buster Posey’s beaning and relying on a bases-loaded comebacker that generated three runs, the San Francisco Giants received an eight-inning three-hitter from starter Matt Moore in a 4-1 decision Monday over the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Giants left-hander Matt Moore is eager to face the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday, and not just because it’s San Francisco’s home opener.
More than 3,000 runners and walkers, including D-backs president and CEO Derrick Hall, turned out on a bright sunny morning for the fifth annual Arizona Diamondbacks Race Against Cancer.
Corey Kluber did not look like himself in his Opening Day outing. Part of the problem was a pair of calluses that broke open on his pitching fingers in the Texas humidity. As Kluber preps for a start against the D-backs on Sunday — opposite Arizona left-hander Patrick Corbin — that is no longer considered […]