German Marquez gets the start on Sunday for the Rockies in the series finale against the D-backs at Chase Field. Arizona will turn to Patrick Corbin, as these two National League West front runners conclude their series.
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Jake Lamb hit a 481-foot home run in Saturday's game against the Rockies, good enough for the longest home run of the season.
Mark Reynolds had a home run and a two-run single with two outs in the ninth inning to lead a three-run inning as the Rockies topped the D-backs. Jake Lamb hit the longest home run of the season (481 feet) and Brandon Drury and Jeff Mathis also went deep to support Zack Greinke, who struck out nine. Alexi Amarista, Reynolds and Trevor Story all went deep for Colorado.
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Days after being diagnosed with a strained flexor tendon and a partial tear of his ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, D-backs right-hander Shelby Miller announced he will undergo Tommy John surgery.
It was a rough week for D-backs closer Fernando Rodney, who blew two saves, including one in Saturday's 7-6 loss to the Rockies when he allowed three runs in the ninth inning.
In the battle of the two top teams in the National League West, it was the Rockies who came out on top, as they beat the D-backs, 3-1, on Friday night to leapfrog into first place.
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Since watching his batting average fall to .178 on April 16, David Peralta has been on fire at the plate, and cites increased patience among the reasons why.
Taijuan Walker matched his career high with 11 strikeouts, as the right-hander led the D-backs to a 5-2 win over the Padres on Thursday night at Chase Field.
The D-backs finished out their four-game series with the Padres on Thursday night with a 6-2 win, which gave them sole possession of first place in the National League West with the second-place Rockies coming to town Friday for a three-game set.
Ryan Schimpf's three-run home run highlighted a five-run ninth inning as the Padres rallied to top the D-backs. Paul Goldschmidt had three hits and knocked in three runs, but Fernando Rodney blew the save opportunity. Erick Aybar and Hunter Renfroe also hit home runs for the Padres.
On the verge of winning their third straight game, grabbing first place in the National League West and running their home record to 11-2 this year, the D-backs blew a two-run lead in the ninth to lose, 8-5, to the Padres on Wednesday night at Chase Field, as closer Fernando Rodney allowed all five runs.
There were many standout performances by pitchers across the Minor Leagues on Wednesday, but none of them impressed quite like Class A hurlers Merandy Gonzalez and Cody Reed did.
J.J. Hoover and Tom Wilhelmsen stopped to visit many of the young patients and their families at Phoenix Children's Hospital on Tuesday. The event was the first of many planned appearances by D-backs players slated for this season.
Paul Goldschmidt had four hits, including his fourth home run, and Chris Owings knocked in three runs to lead the D-backs over the Padres. Patrick Corbin struck out nine in seven innings for Arizona. Yangervis Solarte had three hits for the Padres and Jabari Blash hit his first home run of the season.
Chris Owings tends to fly under the radar when people talk about the Arizona Diamondbacks. That might not be the case much longer. On Monday, he hit a grand slam in a win over the Padres. On Tuesday, he had two hits and three RBIs.
Chris Owings first career grand slam helped give Zack Greinke a win and propelled the D-backs past the Padres, 7-6, on Monday night in the first of a four-game set at Chase Field.
Zack Greinke knew his start Monday night against the Padres was going to have a bit of a cat-and-mouse feel to it considering he had faced them just five days before in San Diego.
Posting zeroes has become the norm for Class A Kane County's Jon Duplantier in the first month of the Minor League season. On Monday, the D-backs' No. 8 prospect fired five dominant frames to extend his scoreless innings streak to 20 1/3 to begin the season.
Paul Goldschmidt is a premier player. A four-time National League All-Star first baseman with 142 homers in a little more than five seasons, the D-backs star has his droughts at the plate like everyone else.
The Dodgers avoided a series sweep Sunday, scoring six runs in the fifth inning of a 6-2 win over the D-backs at Chase Field.
When D-backs right fielder David Peralta motored around first base in the eighth inning of Saturday night's 11-5 drubbing of the Dodgers, he said there was no thought about setting a club record with his fourth double of the game. He was simply doing what he does best -- go all out.
The D-backs belted four home runs off Kenta Maeda, two by Yasmany Tomas, and pulled away to an 11-5 win over the Dodgers Saturday night at Chase Field.
Goldschmidt meets kid who homered at his field
It's only April and probably a tad too early, but there appears to be a different feel this season to the D-backs, who blew open Friday night's 13-5 win over the Dodgers at Chase Field with a nine-run eighth inning.
The D-backs overwhelmed the Dodgers' bullpen with a six-hit, five-walk, nine-run bottom of the eighth inning Friday night at Chase Field for a 13-5 win.
Torey Lovullo has been on the job as manager of the D-backs for a Spring Training and the first three weeks of the season. "I'm learning every day and I want to continue to learn every day," he said.
Jeff Mathis has caught all four of Zack Greinke's starts this year, but as he promised during Spring Training, D-backs manager Torey Lovullo has spread the rest of the playing time around behind the plate without regard to who is on the mound.
Make it three straight scoreless starts for Class A Advanced Buies Creek's Franklin Perez.
Wil Myers and Austin Hedges went deep, giving veteran left-hander Clayton Richard all the support he needed, as the Padres beat the D-backs, 4-1, on Thursday night.