Arizona have been one of the most active teams in baseball over the last couple of seasons. A.J. Pollock and Patrick Corbin left in the 2018/19 offseason, and franchise star Paul Goldschmidt was traded to the Cardinals.… Read more
Madison Bumgarner shut down the Atlanta Braves on Sunday.
In the eyes of many MLB fans, and even experts, this year's World Series winner will not be the undisputed champion that it usually is. The shortened 2020 campaign - starting on July 23rd - will feature just 60 games per team, which is nearly a third of the normal 162 games. There's always been a reason why baseball teams play such an unprecedented number of games. A smaller number of games would resemble an outcome too situational to determine a rightful champion.
The NL West has been somewhat of a procession in recent years, with the Los Angeles Dodgers winning seven straight division titles. The chasing pack this year is led by the Arizona Diamondbacks, who are trying to return to the postseason after a two year absence.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have further provided depth to their outfield, signing former Los Angeles Angel Kole Calhoun to a two-year, $16 million contract with a 2022 club option that is worth $9 million, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan.
Nobody expected it, nobody could have even predicted anything quite like this. Yet, Madison Bumgarner, one of the best pitchers in 2010s’ MLB baseball, has signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks, who even are division rivals with his former team, the Giants.
The Arizona Diamondbacks announced that they were going to be sellers just a few days before the trade deadline. And to the mass, they were as they traded their ace Zack Greinke to the Astros for four prospects.
The Houston Astros have traded for Zack Greinke from the Arizona Diamondbacks, as first reported by The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal.
Arizona Diamondbacks have traded their top prospect Jazz Chisholm to the Miami Marlins for starting pitcher Zac Gallen, as reported by Mark Feinsand.
The second phase of MLB All-Star voting begins at 5pm BST on Thursday. Each position has three candidates for this 28-hour round which will decide the starters at Cleveland’s Progressive Field for the midseason classic.
Arizona Diamondbacks are adamant they are not rebuilding, though their roster is significantly weaker in 2019 than it was in 2018.
The Diamondbacks flipped their franchise star for three players and a draft pick.
Two trades, two infielders signed. Which team got the better deal?
Which teams are in good position in the NL West as we head into the second half?