Zack Greinke, Taijuan Walker, Robbie Ray, Shelby Miller and Patrick Corbin will comprise the D-backs' starting rotation, with Archie Bradley shifting to the bullpen to open the season.
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Remember when Randy Johnson hit a bird with a pitch?
Paul Goldschmidt raved about his time in the World Baseball Classic, which culminated with an 8-0 win over Puerto Rico on Wednesday night in the championship game at Dodger Stadium.
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Four Dodgers hitters, including second baseman Logan Forsythe, had two RBIs, while Los Angeles handled nine Arizona pitchers in an 13-6 win, despite three hits from D-backs left fielder Reymond Fuentes.
The D-backs reassigned outfielder Oswaldo Arcia, right-hander Erik Davis, left-hander Brian Matusz and catcher Josh Thole to Minor League camp Friday, leaving Arizona with 40 players in big league camp at Salt River Fields.
Jake Arrieta's 465-foot homer off Zack Greinke may have stolen the show, but the pair of pitchers also put on a pretty good display on the mound in a game that ended in a 5-5 tie in front of a record crowd of 14,002 at Salt River Fields.
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Center fielder A.J. Pollock is expected to be back in the D-backs lineup Friday for the first time since experiencing some discomfort in his left groin after hitting a home run in the first inning on March 12.
After playing for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic, D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt is expected to report back to camp Friday.
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It was a Triple-A game -- the kind of game Shelby Miller surprisingly wound up pitching in eight times last season. The results, then, matter even less than your average exhibition. Still, they give us a window into his status for 2017.
This is familiar territory for Archie Bradley -- just under two weeks to go until Opening Day and the D-backs right-hander is uncertain of where he will be when it comes.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the D-backs' depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
D-backs left-hander Robbie Ray turned in another impressive outing in a 4-2 win over the Royals on Tuesday in front of 10,131 fans at Salt River Fields.
In previous seasons, the D-backs have waited until the last minute to make their final roster moves of the spring with cuts coming during the two exhibition games at Chase Field just before the opener. This year, that timetable might get bumped up a little.
The D-backs made it look easy -- at first. Then reality set in.
D-backs outfielder A.J. Pollock played in a Minor League game Monday, his first game action since experiencing left groin tightness on March 12.
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Chris Owings collected two hits, including a triple, and Jeremy Hazelbaker hit a go-ahead, two-run single to lead the D-backs to a 10-6 victory over the A's at Hohokam Stadium on Monday night.
The D-backs made four roster moves Monday, optioning right-handers Matt Koch and Braden Shipley to Triple-A Reno and reassigning infielder/outfielder Jason Pridie and right-hander Keyvius Sampson to Minor League camp.
When Patrick Corbin pulled into the players' parking lot at Goodyear Ballpark, home of the Reds and Indians, on Sunday, the memories came rushing back.
Tom Wilhelmsen set a fire under himself eight years ago, when he decided to end a six-year hiatus and get back into baseball. Another fire was set this offseason, and the big right-hander is responding similarly.
Lefty Patrick Corbin turned in a strong Cactus League outing in a 4-4 tie with the Indians on Sunday afternoon, logging five innings at Goodyear Ballpark in his latest push for a spot in the Arizona rotation.
The D-backs started Spring Training saying they were going to take it slow with ace Zack Greinke during the elongated spring, and according to Greinke, that's how it's played out.
Shelby Miller continued his impressive spring for the D-backs as he struck out eight and allowed three hits, but Seattle rallied for seven runs in the ninth inning to secure a 9-5 victory over Arizona on Friday afternoon in front of a record crowd of 13,621 at Salt River Fields.
D-backs pitchers will hit in Cactus League games for the first time this spring beginning with Saturday's game against Team Netherlands.
Chris Owings' two-run triple in the first inning propelled the D-backs to victory behind rotation candidate Archie Bradley, who delivered five innings of one-run ball in a 3-2 win over the A's at Hohokam Stadium on Friday afternoon. On the opposing side, A's infielder Ryon Healy notched his fourth homer of the spring, a solo shot against Bradley in the fourth.
The D-backs plan to do more defensive shifting this year than last, but exactly how they will position their players on the shifts is still a work in progress.
Jordan Watson, a pitcher in the D-backs' organization, wishes there were Play Ball events like the one here on Friday morning when he was a kid. Watson had a hardscrabble life growing up in Oklahoma City, Okla., and baseball was his refuge.
D-backs infielder Daniel Descalso played in some big games during his time with the Cardinals -- including four National League Championship Series and a pair of World Series -- so he knows what they feel like. Ask him about his recent experience in the World Baseball Classic and he rates it pretty high on the list.
If you've watched the D-backs at all this spring, it's been hard not to notice infielder Ildemaro Vargas. Offense, defense, baserunning -- you name it, and Vargas has impressed.
Milwaukee won 8-5 over Arizona on Thursday at Maryvale Baseball Park, where Travis Shaw and Jesus Aguilar of the Brewers and Daniel Descalso and David Peralta of the D-backs all went deep.
D-backs outfielder David Peralta hit his first home run since June 6, 2016, when he blasted a long ball just to the right of the batter's eye in Thursday's 8-5 loss to the Brewers.
D-backs left fielder Yasmany Tomas had an MRI taken Wednesday that revealed an oblique strain that will keep him out of the lineup for an indefinite period of time.
Just before camp opened we took a stab at predicting what the D-backs' 25-man roster would look like come Opening Day. While some things may be clearer now, there is still quite a bit of uncertainty, so remember this is only a prediction and with more than two weeks until the April 2 opener against the Giants, much can still change.
Ben Zobrist and Addison Russell hit back-to-back home runs in the fourth inning off Taijuan Walker, who hadn't given up a run this spring entering the game, but the D-backs rallied to post a 7-3 victory over the Cubs on Wednesday night. Walker, expected to be the D-backs' No. 2 starter, struck out eight over four innings.
The rotation appears to be lined up for the first time through during the regular season, but D-backs manager Torey Lovullo said Wednesday there is still an open competition for spots.