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The days leading up to the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline always feature a handful of twists and turns. Even for those involved in the day-to-day operations of clubs, the Deadline can be hard to predict.
Here's a look at where the D-backs stand at the season's halfway point.
The D-backs immediately face a challenge coming out of the All-Star break -- the Rockies, who won their last five series of the first half. Arizona is 6-3 against Colorado in 2018 and will look to break out of a tight NL West race. Robbie Ray takes the mound for the D-backs, with right-hander German Marquez going for the Rockies. First pitch on Friday is scheduled for 6:40 p.m. MST.
Paul Goldschmidt's bat has been the focus of conversations in Arizona all year.
The ball wasn't flying out of Nationals Park quite as frequently as it did during Bryce Harper's heroic hometown homer binge a night earlier, but it was flying all the same in a dinger-driven, record-breaking 89th All-Star Game presented by Mastercard on Tuesday night.
Right up until D-backs manager Torey Lovullo delivered the news, first baseman Paul Goldschmidt did not think he would be heading to his sixth straight All-Star Game presented by MasterCard, which will air on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. MST on FOX.
Who do the D-backs have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Arizona's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
For Patrick Corbin, his selection to the 2018 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard, which will air on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. MST on FOX, was validation that he had finally come all the way back from his '14 Tommy John surgery.
The 20th edition of the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game had no shortage of big moments, with the two sides combining for eight home runs -- doubling the previous Futures Game record -- as Team USA outslugged the World, 10-6, on All-Star Sunday at Nationals Park. Here is a recap of each player's performance, with a breakdown of each club's representatives.
Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Monday.
For the first two games of the D-backs' series with the Braves at SunTrust Park, it was Arizona's pitching staff that took hold of Atlanta's offense to allow just one run. However, in the D-backs' 5-1 loss to the Braves to close out the first half of the regular season on Sunday, the roles were reversed.
Make no mistake about it -- the D-backs were in desperate need of a savior on the mound coming into Braves country at SunTrust Park in the club's last series before the All-Star break. But that savior didn't come in the form of one man, it came as the entire D-backs pitching staff. From starters to relievers, the Arizona pitchers came to Atlanta ready to reload from a tedious week.
All-Star Zack Greinke went a season-high 7 2/3 innings as the D-backs clinched the weekend series against the Braves. Greinke scattered four hits in his final first-half start, while Sean Newcomb issued three walks in the first before rebounding to pitch 5 2/3 innings. Ketel Marte knocked his ninth homer for Arizona.
Zack Godley struck out seven batters over six innings as the D-backs edged the Braves. Godley, who allowed one run, retired 16 of the final 19 batters he faced to pick up his 11th win. Nick Ahmed, a former Atlanta Draft pick, hit the go-ahead RBI single in the seventh. Anibal Sanchez earned the no-decision after giving up one run over six frames.
Zack Greinke has never had the most dominating stuff but his consistent excellence will eventually lead him to Cooperstown.
The D-backs' pitching rebounded nicely from Wednesday night's debacle, but it wasn't enough to salvage the series as the Rockies won, 5-1, on Thursday afternoon at Coors Field. After allowing 19 runs and using a pair of position players to throw 4 2/3 innings less than 24 hours before, Arizona starter Robbie Ray tossed 5 1/3 sharp innings.
Coors Field is no stranger to fireworks. But in Wednesday's game between the Rockies and D-backs, there were so many that it caused some true craziness on the field.
D-backs outfielder Jarrod Dyson had the MRI of his lower core read by specialist Dr. Bill Meyers, and manager Torey Lovullo said the diagnosis was that there was scar tissue in that area.
David Peralta smacked a three-run homer as part of a four-run seventh-inning rally that led the D-backs to a 5-3 win Tuesday night. The win was the ninth in a row for the D-backs at Coors Field. Nick Ahmed and A.J. Pollock added solo home runs in the victory, while Nolan Arenado tied for the National League lead with his 23rd homer of the year.
A home run by Wil Myers in the 16th inning off catcher-turned-pitcher Jeff Mathis propelled the Padres past the D-backs, 4-3, in a Sunday afternoon marathon at Chase Field.
When the Padres scored two runs just two batters into Saturday night's game, it was clear that the D-backs were going to need to have their offense cranking. Boy, did they ever. The D-backs set a franchise record for runs as they smacked five home runs as part of an 18-hit attack to beat the Padres, 20-5, at Chase Field. Steven Souza Jr., Nick Ahmed, Paul Goldschmidt, Alex Avila and Ketel Marte each homered for Arizona.
D-backs salute dog who thwarted rattlesnake
Arizona starter Zack Godley (10-6) rebounded from a rough start his last time out to hold the Padres to just one run on four hits over six innings. Steven Souza Jr. added a pair of RBIs, as the trio of Yoshihisa Hirano, Archie Bradley and Brad Boxberger added scoreless innings out of relief.
The D-backs have been told that shortstop Matt McLain, their first pick in the 2018 Draft, will not sign with the team, a baseball source confirmed.
The Diamondbacks and the Liga Mexicana del Pacifico (Mexican Pacific League) joined forces Friday to announce their alliance for the third consecutive year for an event that will take place on Hispanic Heritage Day at Chase Field before, during and after the game against the Braves on Sept. 8. D-backs president and CEO Derrick Hall was joined at a press conference that was broadcast on Facebook and Twitter by LMP executives from four different teams, and he emphasized the importance of merging two different markets during this crossover opportunity.