Arizona Diamondbacks

DBacks Turn Page to 2015

BY: JIM MARSHALL Happy 2015 to the Arizona Diamondbacks fans. With it being a New Year, let’s hope that it is a new type of season for the Diamondbacks, so we can leave 2014 in the books. Even though it is considered slow in baseball right now; the Diamondbacks are busy looking over their talent, looking at signing players, attempting ... Read More »

DBacks Catching Needs

BY: JIM MARSHALL The Arizona Diamondbacks still need to address their need for catching as they continue to make trades during the MLB Hot Stove season. After trading Miguel Montero to the Chicago Cubs, the Diamondbacks are left with Tuffy Gosewich as their lone catcher from last season. They will need to get additional catching help through trades or free ... Read More »

The New Arizona Diamondbacks Coaching Staff

By: Kayla Mortellaro The Arizona Diamondbacks have changed and rearranged several new pieces to the coaching staff, while leaving some the same, this offseason. Last week, Chip Hale was named the new manager of the club. Thursday, the announcement came that rounded out his coaching staff. Glenn Sherlock is set to be the new bench coach. Sherlock has been with ... Read More »

Dbacks Hire Chip Hale to be New Manager

 By: Kayla Mortellaro The Arizona Diamondbacks announced Monday the hiring of Chip Hale to be the club’s new skipper. Hale spent the 2012-2014 seasons with the Oakland Athletics as the bench coach under manager Bob Melvin. Hale, however, has ties to the state and to the Dbacks as he previously spent time within the organization. “It was an exciting time ... Read More »

Meet the Four Dbacks Managerial Finalists

By: Kayla Mortellaro The Arizona Diamondbacks managerial search has been narrowed to four candidates and are expected to announce a decision Monday, according to Bob Nightengale of USA Today. As Nightengale reported, the Dbacks started with a list of 11 candidates and has been narrowed to Jim Tracy, Phil Nevin, Chip Hale and Sandy Alomar Jr. Tracy is the only ... Read More »

2014 Arizona Fall League

 By: Jim Marshall Who said that live baseball is over and that you have to wait over four months for the Cactus League to start to see a baseball game? What do the names David Wright, Albert Pujols, Dustin Pedroia, Ryan Howard and the recently retried Derek Jeter, to name a few have in common? They all have played in ... Read More »

Diamondbacks Let Go of Gibby, Introduce New Front Office

*****UPDATE***** The Arizona Diamondbacks announced that team manager Kirk Gibson and bench coach Alan Trammell have been relieved of their duties. By: Jim Marshall The Arizona Diamondbacks continue to make changes in their front-office with the hiring of former player, coach and sports agent, Dave Stewart, 57. Stewart will be the team’s fourth general manager in franchise history. His official ... Read More »

Stewart and Watson Join Diamondbacks Front Office

By: Kayla Mortellaro The Diamondbacks and chief baseball officer, Tony LaRussa made the official announcement Thursday afternoon that Dave Stewart and De Jon Watson have joined the team’s front office. Stewart was named Sr. Vice President and General Manager and Watson was named Sr. Vice President of Baseball Operations. Both of these men will report to LaRussa combining 122 years ... Read More »

DBacks Search For a New GM Narrows

By: Jim Marshall It has been a long and trying season for everyone associated with the Arizona Diamondbacks and when the season ends September 28th the organization will be looking for a new beginning. The season began with starter, Patrick Corbin, and set-up man, David Hernandez, sustaining injuries during Spring Training, which lead to Tommy John surgery and a season ... Read More »

Nuno Make Strides for DBacks

By: Jim Marshall Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Vidal Nuño continues to receive little help from the Diamondbacks’ offense, as he lost yet another quality start, 2-1, to the Dodgers last week. He made it through seven innings for the fourth start in a row, with nothing to show for it. He limited the Dodgers to just two runs on seven hits ... Read More »