Found February 24, 2013 on Hinton's Sports Highlights:

Key offseason additions: Martin Prado, Cody Ross, Brandon McCarthy, Randell Delgado   Key offseason departures: Justin Upton, Chris Johnson, Trevor Bauer, Chris Young   After winning 94 games and the division title in 2011 the Arizona Diamondbacks fell to a .500 ball club and third in the division. The D-Backs started the offseason with … Continue reading »

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