If there's one thing D-backs outfielder Trayce Thompson has learned in his professional career, it's that there is no future in looking too far ahead. After all, there he was in 2016, hitting in the middle of the order for the Dodgers, his career...
by: Jim McLennan — SB Nation: AZ Snakepit 3h
Josh Rojas homered twice, and accounted for all five Arizona runs.
by: @Dbacks — MLB: Film Room 5h
Josh Rojas launches a three-run homer over the right-center-field wall to record his second long ball of the game
by: Nick Piecoro, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 7h
Diamondbacks right-hander Taylor Widener got himself in better shape last year in part thanks to a unique offseason job.
by: Arizona Diamondbacks — YouTube: Arizona Diamondbacks Videos 11h
The baseball season is a rollercoaster of high points and low moments. Sometimes, even in Spring Training, they can happen within just days of each other. #C...
by: Bob Nightengale — USA Today 20h
Arizona Diamondbacks ace Madison Bumgarner, coming off a horrific season, strikes out six Angels players while relying less on fastball.
by: Jack Sommers — SB Nation: AZ Snakepit 5 Mar
Is the youth movement finally under way?
by: Steve Gilbert — MLB: Diamondbacks 5 Mar
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Madison Bumgarner did not want to get too far ahead himself, but the left-hander was pleased with how his first Cactus League outing went in the D-backs' 9-2 win over the Angels on Thursday afternoon. "I’m pretty happy with...
by: Derek Montilla — Arizona Sports 5 Mar
Arizona Diamondbacks staff ace Madison Bumgarner made his first start of the 2021 campaign in a win against the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday.
by: @Dbacks — MLB: Film Room 5 Mar
D-backs right fielder Kole Calhoun talks about his right knee injury, what his recovery looks like and the timetable for his return
by: Nick Piecoro, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 5 Mar
Diamondbacks lefty Madison Bumgarner provided some reason for optimism with his first start of the spring.
by: @Dbacks — MLB: Film Room 4 Mar
Jack Reinheimer hammers a two-run home run to left-center field, as the Mariners tie the game at 8 in the 9th inning
by: Christopher Boan — Arizona Sports 4 Mar
The Arizona Diamondbacks have reportedly agreed to a minor league contract with 26-year-old right-handed pitcher, Heath Fillmyer.
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