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The Arizona Diamondbacks outfield roulette continued today, as they announced they’d shipped a pair of low level minor leaguers to Chicago in exchange for Tony Campana. Yes, the Diamondbacks just traded for another outfielder, despite the fact that their OF is already one of the most crowded in ...
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The Diamondbacks on Monday acquired outfielder Tony Campana from the Cubs in exchange for minor league pitchers Jesus Castillo and Erick Leal.
Campana, who was designated for assignment last week, hit .264 with 30 steals and five RBIs in 89 games with Chicago last season and hit .280 with 18 stolen bases in 37 games with Triple-A Iowa. The 26-year-old ranked ninth in the National...
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The Cubs and Diamondbacks completed a trade that sends recently DFA'd Tony Campana to Arizona while the Cubs acquire two 17-year old pitching prospects.
The Cubs dealt popular speedster Tony Campana to the Diamondbacks for a pair of 17-year-old Venezuelan right-handed pitchers: Erick...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- After the Chicago Cubs designated outfielder Tony Campana for assignment on Feb. 10, he wasn't sure where he'd go next or how he'd stay sharp -- he ended up utilizing a local gym and a public batting cage.
Now with the Diamondbacks following his trade to the team Monday, Campana still faces some uncertainty, but he's pleased to at least have...
The Arizona Diamondbacks have acquired outfielder Tony Campana
in a trade that sent right-handed pitchers Jesus Castillo and Erick
Leal to the Chicago Cubs., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/diamondbacks-trade-for-campana
Tweet The Arizona Diamondbacks may very well be the top contender for Most Fun Spring Training: 2013. They wasted no time joining the Harlem Shake craze by giving us this video and with new members on the team like Brandon McCarthy, Eric Chavez, and Martin Prado next on the agenda was a little team-building [...]
On Monday Brandon McCarthy faced hitters for the first time since fracturing his skull.
“It honestly is completely normal,” said McCarthy, who threw behind a protective screen like most of his other teammates. “Anything you would have thought might have been there wasn’t. I was more nervous about where my command was at, where my stuff was at.”
PHOENIX Call Cody Ross a dirtbag and he smiles. It is the way he plays, and is it showing up already with the Diamondbacks.
Ross and Adam Eaton went through outfield drills on the second day of full-squad workouts last week, and Eaton could not help but notice the pace. Ross seemed to be working about game speed, and Eaton asked him about it.
Gotta get better, Ross answered simply...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Diamondbacks right-hander Brandon McCarthy threw to hitters Monday for the first time since suffering a fractured skull and a brain contusion when he was struck by a line drive last September, and it went well.
It honestly was completely normal, McCarthy said. There is that thought of, 'Is something going to happen?' The first time they swing, are you...
Last week, the Cubs outrighted Tony Campana off thier 40-man to make room for Scott Hairston. Today, the Diamondbacks agreed to give up two pitchers for the speedster...RHP Erick Leal and RHP Jesus Castillo. Judging by the quality going out, I wouldn't expect much on the quality coming in, but maybe the Cubs unearth one of those diamonds in the rough. Leal, a 6-3" righty...
Courtesy of @CharlesBrewerAZ Heath Bell was acquired by the Arizona Diamondbacks last October in a trade with the Miami Marlins. And it appears as though the big right-hander is blending in just fine with his new club, literally.The D'backs held a Paintball Day as part of a team-building exercise at their spring training facility in Arizona on Tuesday, and as you can see, Bell...
With Tony Campana being designated for assignment, he was removed from this year’s Buntfest, and a spot opened up. What did the Chicago Cubs decide to do with their open spot? They had a play-in tournament with all the front office and PR personal. The play-in round was today and has just concluded.
The winner of the 64th seed in this year’s Buntfest belongs to Nate “The Video...
Today the hopes and dreams of Chicago Cub fans everywhere were crushed when multiple news outlets reported that the Chicago Cubs have traded away fan favorite Tony Campana to the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Last week the speedy Campana was designated for assignment in order to make room for veteran outfielder Scott Hairston. Once the decision was made to designate Campana, the Cubs had...
In the midst of the breaking news about the trade of Tony Campana, the Chicago Cubs slipped a little bit of news into their press conference. Matt Garza, who left his first spring training outing with what was called a “minor strained lat” in his left side, is going to undergo an MRI.
Now, if I were to ask you what the bigger deal was to Cubs Nation, you would undoubtedly say...
I am a reasonable man that believes in what is observable. I don’t believe in Leprechauns, unicorns, or vampires. I believe that there is life outside of the solar system, but the odds of that life being intelligent and reaching this planet is infinitesimally small. I don’t believe in Big Foot or the Loch Ness Monster, but I will tell that I believe with absolute certainty in...
I woke up this morning and for the first time all winter, I am suffering from a bad case of Offseason Blues. Perhaps it’s because for the first time all winter, I had to pull out the shovel to clear away that horrid white stuff off my driveway. Or perhaps it’s because the sub-zero windchill temperatures slapped at my face as I did so. I just need a reminder that the crack...