The D-backs will look to carry the momentum from Tuesday's walk-off win over the Marlins into Wednesday's finale, as Arizona goes for its first series win at home this month. Trevor Cahill starts for the D-backs against Marlins rookie Jose Fernandez. Both pitchers had a career-high 10 strikeouts in their last start.
When he hit the ball, first baseman Paul Goldschmidt had a pretty good idea he had just won the game for his team. The ball struck the batter's eye in center field, well over the yellow line, as the D-backs walked off with a 3-2 win over the Marlins on Tuesday night at Chase Field.
When he got the news that he was headed back to Triple-A Reno, right-hander Charles Brewer shook hands with manager Kirk Gibson and pitching coach Charles Nagy.
D-backs right-hander Josh Collmenter seemed to be the perfect choice to start in place of Tyler Skaggs on Tuesday night, but manager Kirk Gibson felt he was too valuable in his current role.
D-backs reliever J.J. Putz left the team to join Triple-A Reno on Tuesday to begin an injury rehabilitation assignment. Putz, who has been on the disabled list with a strained elbow since May 8, is scheduled to pitch for Reno on Thursday and Saturday.
Right-hander Braden Shipley, the D-backs' No. 1 pick in this month's First-Year Player Draft officially signed on Tuesday and will fly out to Hillsboro, Ore., to join the Class A Hops on Wednesday to begin his professional career.
D-backs right-hander Ian Kennedy dropped his appeal and began serving his 10-game suspension Monday night.
D-backs outfielder Adam Eaton served as the designated hitter in extended spring training games last weekend as he continues to work his way back from an elbow injury.
Right-hander Randall Delgado will get another chance to make a lasting impression when he gets the start Tuesday against the Marlins.
D-backs reliever Matt Reynolds never had arm trouble before, so when his left elbow started feeling achy he did not think much of it.
Patrick Corbin took a no-hitter into the sixth inning, but a Giancarlo Stanton homer tied the score and then Stanton untied it in the ninth with a second homer. Corbin went eight strong, but took a no-decision in Monday's 3-2 loss at Chase Field.
It usually takes a good amount of time to evaluate a trade. Any trade. When prospects are involved, patience and time are requirements for an accurate and fair trade evaluation.
D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt still trails the Reds' Joey Votto in the voting to start the All-Star Game on July 16 at Citi Field, the home of the New York Mets.
The D-backs offense is swinging and missing less and putting the ball in play more, which is something D-backs manager Kirk Gibson is happy about. However, the D-backs find themselves hitting into more double plays.
After a two-run home run on Saturday against the Padres, D-backs catcher Miguel Montero feels like he is finally starting to get into a groove at the plate.
Brandon McCarthy is taking the next step in his recovery from right shoulder inflammation that landed him on the 15-day disabled list on June 2.
Kyle Blanks' three-run home run in the eighth inning proved the difference as the Padres defeated the D-backs, 4-1, on Sunday in front of 27,943 at Petco Park.
After the D-backs were defeated by the Padres, 6-4, on Saturday night, Arizona's division lead is dwindling, and just three games separate the D-backs from the fourth-place Padres.
The D-backs are still weighing their options for a starting pitcher to take Brandon McCarthy's place Tuesday against the Marlins. Manager Kirk Gibson said he wanted to see what the team used from the bullpen this weekend before making a final decision.
As Ian Kennedy and Eric Hinske wait for their suspensions appeal to be heard, D-backs manager Kirk Gibson is wondering what his team's roster will look like should they miss time.
D-backs outfielder Adam Eaton hit in extended spring training Saturday for the first time during his rehab. He is expected to begin throwing Sunday.
It seemed like everything the D-backs hit just went right back to Padres left-hander Eric Stults, who stifled Arizona on Friday night in the series opener at Petco Park.
D-backs manager Kirk Gibson said J.J. Putz threw the ball well on Friday, the first time Putz has faced hitters since he strained his right elbow on May 7.
The D-backs received the brunt of the suspensions from Tuesday night's benches-clearing altercation with the Dodgers, and Ian Kennedy and Eric Hinske voiced their displeasure with the ruling.
Major League Baseball has announced penalties for 12 individuals involved in the benches-clearing incidents Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium, with D-backs pitcher Ian Kennedy receiving a 10-game suspension and the managers each suspended for a game.
Not even a sustained downpour could dampen the spirits of nearly 100 youngsters and 30 D-backs front-office members when they dedicated a new youth baseball field during their goodwill trip to the Dominican Republic.
Giving up a couple of home dates in 2014 was not an easy thing for Derrick Hall to do, but when Major League Baseball asked the D-backs' team president and CEO if his team would be willing to open next season in Australia, Hall didn't hesitate to say yes.
It's been more than three years now and the pain has eased a bit, but Miguel Montero still longs for one more conversation with his late father, Angel.
A night after an ugly fracas in Los Angeles, the D-backs and Dodgers battled for 12 innings before Arizona managed to win, 8-6, and claim the heated three-game series.
International season openers aren't new for Major League Baseball. But in 2014, the sport will literally extend its reach further than ever before when the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks square off in Australia. The historic two-game series will be held March 22-23 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.