Diamondbacks 2014 roster implications
The move had a large impact on the 40-man roster, with both David Holmberg and Heath Bell coming off, and no players needing to be added to it - Justin Choate does not have enough service time to need adding, and of course, the player to be named later is still a hypothetical construct at this point [Schrodinger's Prospect, a wave-particle duality ... (more)
The D-backs offseason and the sound of silence
It has been quiet for the Diamondbacks this winter so far. But is it too quiet? For there seems a certain nervousness among fans at the apparent inactivity of Kevin Towers.
Diamondbacks on verge of naming Mike Harkey as new pitching coach
Towers and Harkey have a history. That goes back when Towers was a special assignment scout for the Yankees in 2010 and Harkey was a coach under manager Joe Girardi in Bronx.
Thankful things: could TV deals give Diamondbacks $110m+ payroll in 2014?
Since it's Thanksgiving week, we'll take a look at things for which the Diamondbacks should be grateful this week.
Ranking the Arizona Diamondbacks' 5 Biggest Offseason Needs
Most of the second half of the Arizona Diamondbacks ' 2014 season was a huge disappointment.
I would like to be the first to congratulate former Diamondbacks pitcher Max Scherzer on winning the American League Cy Young Award, given to the best pitcher in the AL.
Report: D-backs have interest in re-acquiring Max Scherzer
The Arizona Diamondbacks made Max Scherzer, a right-handed pitcher out of Missouri, their first-round pick in the 2006 MLB First-Year Player Draft.