D-backs left-hander Robbie Ray hopes for a better outing Saturday night against the Phillies at Chase Field. The Phillies will counter with Ben Lively.
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In his first big league start, Mark Leiter made it one to remember as he tossed six scoreless innings, helping the Phillies cool off the red-hot D-backs' offense in a 6-1 victory on Friday night at Chase Field.
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Patrick Corbin pitched well Friday night, but Phillies starter Mark Leiter was just a little bit better. Corbin allowed just one run over 6 2/3 innings, but the D-backs bats were uncharacteristically quiet in a 6-1 loss at Chase Field.
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Josh Jackson has 50 Cent-like first pitch
A familiar face was back in the D-backs clubhouse Friday night as the club selected the contract of right-hander Rubby De La Rosa from Triple-A while placing reliever J.J. Hoover on the 10-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation.
Zack Godley pitched like a veteran in his first career start at Coors Field as the D-backs took the rubber game, 10-3, from the Rockies on Thursday afternoon. After a Charlie Blackmon solo home run to lead off the first, Godley settled in to keep the Rockies off the scoreboard again until the eighth.
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The D-backs came into their three-game set with the Rockies having won 23 of their previous 31 games. An impressive stretch, for sure, but only seven of those games were against a team with a winning record.
Paul Goldschmidt stuns fan with autograph
With the dazzling play of Colorado's Nolan Arenado earning highlights on television, and the Cubs' fan base drooling over Kris Bryant, Jake Lamb is sort of the forgotten third baseman in the National League.
D-backs manager Torey Lovullo said his heart skipped a beat when Rockies pitcher Carlos Estevez's pitch ran up and in near Chris Iannetta's head Wednesday night.
The D-backs' game-turning, record-setting, fourth-inning rally Wednesday night began with a Brandon Drury two-run double that elicited businesslike fist bumps. By the end of a 10-run, nine-hit frame that led to a 16-5 victory over the Rockies at Coors Field, there was triumphant high-fiving and skipping in the dugout.
D-backs third baseman Brandon Drury had a career-high six-RBI night that helped lead the D-backs past the Rockies, 16-5, on Wednesday night at Coors Field.
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The D-backs have signed No. 7 overall Draft pick Pavin Smith, a first baseman from the University of Virginia, the club announced on Wednesday. The club also announced it has reached a deal with supplemental second rounder Daulton Varsho.
The crowd at Coors Field was too delirious over the latest Nolan Arenado exploit to find the rhythm for an "MVP!" chant Tuesday night. But the message even pierced Arenado's intense concentration as he stood at third after his two-run triple in the bottom of the eighth delivered a 4-3 Rockies victory over the D-backs.
Having faith in his starting pitchers and letting them pitch deep into games has been a winning strategy this year for D-backs manager Torey Lovullo. Tuesday night, though, it wasn't, as the Rockies rallied for two eighth-inning runs off Arizona starter Zack Greinke to beat the D-backs, 4-3, in the series opener of the National League West showdown series at Coors Field.
D-backs outfielder A.J. Pollock was removed from his rehab game Monday night with tightness in his right quad, but the injury is not believed to be serious.
Two of the great players of our time -- Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado -- are on the same field for the key three-game set between the D-backs and Rockies that begins Tuesday night at Coors Field. But the relative anonymity afforded these two consistently underrated stalwarts is, thankfully, dissipating here in 2017.
The Major League Baseball All-Star Game, presented by MasterCard, is nearly three weeks away and the race for the third outfield spot is tightening upon the fourth installment of the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot fan voting for National League starters released Monday.
The powerful bat of Rhys Hoskins backed Mark Appel's career-best effort on the mound on Monday as Triple-A Lehigh Valley shut out Pawtucket, 5-0.
Old habits die hard, but Ron Gardenhire is doing his best to develop new ones in his latest chapter of a baseball life that has spanned nearly four decades.
Rey Fuentes, the hero of the D-backs' 5-4 extra-inning win against the Phillies on Sunday, almost took a detour before celebrating with his teammates after the game's final out.
Rey Fuentes entered the game as a potential game-tying run in the eighth. He rounded the bases as the go-ahead run in the 10th.
Sam Lovullo, who passed away at the age of 88 in January, taught his son to appreciate the people around him.
Double-A Binghamton received big contributions from a pair of Mets' prospects as the Rumble Ponies topped Reading 6-2 on Sunday.
What the D-backs couldn't do off Jerad Eickhoff for six innings, they accomplished the inning after he left the game. Arizona used a four-run seventh inning against the Phillies' bullpen to clinch a series win with a 5-1 victory.
Zack Godley spent nearly an extra hour on Saturday afternoon waiting out the rain. Once he finally got to the mound, he was in attack mode.
The tying run was in scoring position and one of the Phillies' best hitters was at the plate in the seventh inning Friday night when the D-backs made another call to their bullpen.
Gregor Blanco cannot replace A.J. Pollock. But Blanco is doing more than just keeping the leadoff spot filled until he returns.
It was the quantity, not quality, of hits in the D-backs' series-opening 5-4 win that pushed them past the Phillies in a back-and-forth contest on Friday night at Citizens Bank Park. It was Arizona's fifth consecutive victory.
One of the things that has made the MLB Draft more intriguing to the casual fan is how quickly players go from draftee to big leaguer. It seems that every year, players zip through their farm system and start making contributions on a big league roster.
Taijuan Walker returned from the disabled list with a powerful five-inning performance to lead Arizona to a 2-1 win over Detroit on Wednesday night at Comerica Park. Jordan Zimmermann, despite landing on the wrong end of a pitchers' duel, tossed a season-high eight innings with six strikeouts, allowing two runs on six hits and no walks.
Siena College center fielder Dan Swain was selected by the D-backs with the "Cory Hahn 34th Pick" on Wednesday during the final day of the 2017 MLB Draft.
The D-backs got polished college bats in the first few rounds of the 2017 MLB Draft, selected some high-upside high school players after that and finished Wednesday's final day by getting some more high-end talent early as well as taking a flier on some guys who might pose signability issues.
After stocking up on college bats on Day 1 of the 2017 MLB Draft on Monday, the D-backs opened Tuesday by selecting a couple of high school right-handers.
David Peralta belted a go-ahead homer in the ninth inning to propel the D-backs to a 7-6 win over the Tigers on Tuesday night at Comerica Park.