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MIAMI -- Aaron Hill and Cliff Pennington hit home runs in the first inning and the Arizona Diamondbacks held on to beat the Miami Marlins 3-2 on Friday night.
Trevor Cahill (3-8) pitched 6 2-3 innings allowing two runs and six hits for the Diamondbacks. Addison Reed worked the ninth for his 29th save in 34 chances.
Marlins starter Brad Hand (2-5) allowed three runs in seven innings...
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In just his first season in the desert after being acquired from the Chicago White Sox, closer Addison Reed could potentially be traded once again. On Monday it was reported that the Diamondbacks are willing to deal Reed before Thursday’s trade deadline.
According to ESPN senior writer Jayson Stark, Arizona could also potentially trade a few other...
Addison Reed could be available as the MLB trade deadline approaches confirms ESPN writer Jayson Stark.
The Diamondbacks could look to trade Reed but apparently are not as keen on trading Brad Ziegler. Should Reed be moved, Ziegler could move firmly into the closers role.
Others who could be traded on the Diamondbacks roster include Aaron Hill, Oliver Perez, Martin Prado...
PHOENIX -- After half a season of late-inning struggles in 2013, the Diamondbacks changed closers just about at this point.
D-backs manager Kirk Gibson said he has not even considered a similar move this time around.
Addison Reed was acquired to be the closer and will remain in place, Gibson said Wednesday, even as Reed has hit a rough patch in the last two weeks.
Even after blowing his fifth save of the season on Tuesday night the Arizona Diamondbacks are not removing Addison Reed from the closers role.
Speaking on Wednesday Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson announced that Reed would remain in the closers spot.
Reed has a 4.42 ERA in 36 2/3 innings of work this season and has given up a stunning nine home runs.
Kirk Gibson says Addison Reed...
Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn’s death served as a wake-up call to Arizona Diamondbacks relief pitcher Addison Reed.
Gwynn, who was diagnosed with salivary gland cancer in 2010, publicly stated that he believed his years of smokeless tobacco use throughout his career was the cause. He passed away at the age of 54 last Monday, and upon hearing the news, Reed was inspired to make a...
Believe it or not, Tony Gwynn is still coaching despite his death last week. Of course, it’s figuratively, and in this case, not necessarily about baseball. Arizona Diamondbacks relief pitcher Addison Reed, a former player under Gwynn at San Diego State, took the news of his death and acted right away. He gave up smokeless tobacco. Gwynn died of oral cancer, almost certainly...
Arizona Diamondbacks closer Addison Reed said he is quitting smokeless tobacco following the death of Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn.
Reed, who played for Gwynn at San Diego State, threw away seven cans of smokeless tobacco from his locker, and another two from his car, before Saturday night's game against the San Francisco Giants, according to MLB.com.
"It's one of those...
PHOENIX -- Arizona right-hander Addison Reed admired Tony Gwynn so much that when San Diego State offered him a scholarship on his visit in 2007, Reed did not bother with the rest of the schools on his recruiting list. A hug from Gwynn sealed the deal.
After learning Monday of Gwynn's passing from mouth cancer, which he attributed to an addiction to chewing tobacco, Reed paid...
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Major League Baseball lost one of not only the best players to ever play the game, but one of the best men to ever be involved with baseball on Monday when Mr. Padre, Tony Gwynn passed away.
Tony Gwynn himself firmly believed that the mouth cancer, that ultimately took his life, was caused by chewing smokeless tobacco during his playing days.