According to a report from Jody Jackson of FOX Sports, Arizona Diamondbacks’ starting pitcher Rubby De La Rosa will skip his next scheduled start in order to recalibrate the club’s starting rotation. With two days off over the course of next 10 days, scratching De La Rosa keeps the Diamondbacks’ starters from having too much time off between starts. Dbacks Rubby DeLaRosa...
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May 17, 2016
By Darren Hartwell Rubby De La Rosa is enjoying a pretty decent season with the Arizona Diamondbacks, and he continued that success with another solid outing Tuesday night. Well, if you ignore that time he randomly stepped off the mound and chucked the ball over his catcher’s head. De La Rosa toed the rubber in the first inning of Arizona’s contest against the Colorado Rockies...
By Matt Birch There’s a reason why pitchers don’t often try to sneak in a quick fastball to throw hitters off balance, and Diamondbacks pitcher Rubby De La Rosa showed it to us in Tuesday night’s game against the Rockies. De La Rosa was facing Ben Paulsen and behind 1-0 in the count. He attempted to rectify that by throwing a quick pitch before Paulsen was ready. Home...
The Boston Red Sox are desperate for pitching, so what do they do? Trade two to the Arizona Diamondbacks for Wade Miley! Trading Rubby De La Rosa and Allen Webster for one Miley seems like a strange trade to me, but its happening! The Red Sox couldn't bring back Jon Lester, who signed with the Cubs. Red Sox sign Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez View image | gettyimages...
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