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Gerardo Parra made one of the better defensive plays of the MLB season thus far, yet it will probably go fairly unnoticed. Check out Parra barehand a ball off the bat of Andres Torres and fired a rope from right field for the forceout. The devil is in the details, kids.
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Diamondbacks pitcher Brandon McCarthy, who was hit in the head with a line drive last year, recently suffered a seizure while out to eat.
In a flurry of moves before Monday’s game in Los Angeles, the Diamondbacks optioned starter Tyler Skaggs to Triple-A Reno and placed reliever Matt Reynolds on the disabled list, while recalling pitchers Charles Brewer and Joe Paterson.
It’s amazing what half a week does in the world of sports. Just a week ago, the Diamondbacks were entering a high, having taken two of three against the Rangers, including spoiling a fantastic outing by star Yu Darvish and two of three on the road against the Cubs.
Arizona Diamondbacks right-handed starting pitcher Brandon McCarthy is recovering after suffering a seizure last week at a Phoenix restaurant, according to Nick Piecoro of The Arizona Republic.
McCarthy was out to eat with his wife, Amanda, last Monday night when the incident took place. Piecoro reports that the pitcher slumped over in a booth, at which time his wife climbed...
In a baseball era consumed with millionaire egos and performance enhancing drug scandals we often overlook the pureness and good in the sport. Well toady the Arizona Diamondbacks reinforced that belief when they went out and drafted Cory Hahn with the 1020 selection in the amateur draft. This has the makings of the feel good story of the year in one of the most classiest baseball...
PHOENIX -- Pegged by most -- us included -- as a pitching powerhouse before the season began, the Diamondbacks have been everything but.
But as inconsistent and ineffective as the rotation has been at times, the D-backs somehow sit fairly comfortably atop the NL West.
Trevor Cahill's eight-run disaster in a 10-5 loss to the Giants on Saturday was the latest example of the...
Arizona State outfielder Cory Hahn had his baseball career cut short when he suffered a life altering injury during a 2011 game against New Mexico. Just three games into his first season at ASU, Hahn attempted to steal 2nd base when his head came into contact with Lobos 2nd baseman Kyle Stiner’s knee on the headfirst slide. The collision resulted in a fracture of Hahn’s C5 vertebrae...
In an act of class on Saturday, the Arizona Diamondbacks selected former Arizona State center fielder Cory Hahn in the 34th round. Diamondbacks president Derrick Hall read the selection over the humongous conference call that is the Major League Baseball first-year player draft.
Hahn wore #34 at ASU which is why the D’Backs staff is holding a 34 jersey and also why the...
On the heels of a series loss to the Giants, the Diamondbacks arrive in L.A. looking to get going back in the right direction.
The starting rotation, except young ace Patrick Corbin of course, is scuffling badly and a somewhat streaky offense can only bail it out so much. Injuries remain an issue, with Aaron Hill, Eric Chavez, J.J. Putz and Brandon McCarthy all sidelined.
Why one of baseball`s best young players doesn`t get his due.
As major league debuts go, Diamondbacks pitcher Charles Brewer's was relatively average. The right-hander threw 1 23 innings of scoreless relief in Los Angeles on Monday and probably benefited from a ridiculous Gerardo Parra catch and a bad call from an umpire that saved a run.
Still, Brewer made D-backs history, becoming the first Arizona-born player to be drafted by and debut...
Tweet While with the Oakland A’s last season, pitcher Brandon McCarthy experienced an extremely scary moment when, on Sep. 5, a line drive up the middle caught him in the side of the head, seen here: McCarthy needed surgery to prevent intracranial bleeding and the recovery was long, but he’s back in the MLB this [...]
It wasn’t Wade Miley’s best, but he kept the Diamondbacks close as they staged a 9th inning rally to beat the Dodgers 5-4 Monday night.
The San Francisco Giants got a good start from spot starter Chad Gaudin and their recent success of their offense continued in order to propel them to a 6-2 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday afternoon from Chase Field.
Haven’t heard about Diamondbacks 25-year-old first baseman Paul Goldschmidt, who is tearing up N.L. pitching …