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The Diamondbacks' vice president of player personnel was part of the front office that built the Red Sox into World Series winners.The Diamondbacks' vice president of player personnel was part of the front office that built the Red Sox into World Series winners.
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PHOENIX - The Diamondbacks want Miguel Montero for the long term ... and why wouldnt they after his career year in 2011?
Whether that results in a multi-year contract remains to be seen, but the D-backs will explore that possibility as Montero enters his final year of arbitration eligibility this winter.
"'Miggy is a big part of this club. We certainly want him beyond...
The Arizona Diamondbacks have unconditionally released reliever Juan Carlos Gutierrez according to the team official Twitter account.
Gutierrez was 0-0 with a 5.40 ERA in just 18.1 innings throughout 20 relieving appearances for the Diamondbacks in 2011.
The Diamondbacks have released right-hander Juan Gutierrez, the club announced via its official Twitter page. Gutierrez only pitched in 20 games for the Snakes this season (posting a 5.40 ERA but an impressive 23 strikeouts in 18 1/3 innings) due to elbow and shoulder injuries that eventually required Tommy John surgery in September.
Gutierrez, 28, was part of the trade package...
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The Diamondbacks have given permission for the Orioles to interview Jerry Dipoto, reports Scott Miller of CBSSports.com. Dipoto is Arizona's senior VP of scouting and player development and served as the club's interim GM after Josh Byrnes was fired midway through the 2010 season....
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Diamondbacks GM Kevin Towers spoke with Aaron Hill's agent this week, reports Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic. The two sides made little progress and didn't exchange figures, but Towers said another talk is tentatively scheduled for next week. Hill hit .215/.386/.492 in 142 plate appearances for the Snakes after being dealt from...
Despite a nail-biting loss to the Milwaukee Brewers in the National League Division Series, the Arizona Diamondbacks performed better in 2011 than anyone could have expected. Moreover, the crew headed by general manager Kevin Towers and field manager Kirk Gibson is built to contend for the foreseeable future.