Tag Archive: D’backs

May 16

This was the worst possible weekend for the Diamondbacks

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When someone asks a Diamondbacks fan how their weekend was at work or school tomorrow, they’ll probably say “good.” But the truth is, they’re dying on the inside. Heading into this*weekend’s series against the Giants, the Diamondbacks were only one game out of first place– with a golden chance to move into sole possession […] …

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Nov 10

VenomStrikes.com: Arizona Diamondbacks: 3 Middle Relief Options

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I don’t know how many times it has been stated already but it bears repeating. The Arizona Diamondbacks will be looking for starting pitching this offseason. They have already been linked to Mike Leake and Dave Stewart has already been on record saying he “loves” Japanese right-hander Kenta Maeda. The D-backs are looking to add …

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Oct 31

VenomStrikes.com: Arizona Diamondbacks Free Agent Profile: John Lackey

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With the season in the rear view mirror, the 2015 offseason is in full swing for the Arizona Diamondbacks and that means it’s almost time for the crazy period known as free agency. Five days after either the Kansas City Royals or New York Mets win a World Series championship, the free agency period in …

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Jul 01

VenomStrikes.com: Dbacks Rubby Tries To Turn His Fortunes vs Dodgers

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The Dbacks took their first game of the series against the Dodgers last night. It was the first time in 8 contests that they defeated Los Angeles. Tonight they go for the series victory, their second of the season against the Dodgers. In order for that to happen, De La Rosa will need to avenge …

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Jun 20

VenomStrikes.com: Welcome to the Show Matt Stites!

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The Arizona Diamondbacks made yet another roster move today, something that has been occurring frequently as of late. The Snakes have called up reliever Matt Stites from Triple A Reno and have optioned Tony Campana back to Triple A. Matt Stites w/locker and Tony Campana just packed up his; would appear a #Dbacks roster move …

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Jun 09

VenomStrikes.com: Diamondbacks select RHP Scott Schultz in the 10th round

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The Diamondbacks went back to pitching when they selected RHP Scott Schultz with the 300th pick of the draft. He was apart of a very talented Oregon State Beavers staff last season. This wrapped up day 2 for the Dbacks draft staff. Here is what an unamed scout told the Oregonian newspaper about Schultz: “I …

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May 22

VenomStrikes.com: Diamondbacks Give Up Lead, Fall in 12 innings, 3-2

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After 16 innings of futility, the Arizona Diamondbacks had finally scored some runs. They actually took a lead against the St. Louis Cardinals. Unfortunately, it was-short lived as the Cards first tied the game in the eighth and then finally won it in 12 innings by a score of 3-2. St. Louis got it’s second …

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Apr 28

VenomStrikes.com: What is wrong with Archie Bradley?

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To add insult to injury to yesterday’s collapse at Chase Field, top prospect Archie Bradley struggled once again in a start for Triple A Reno. On Saturday, Bradley added another chapter to his surprising early season struggles where he has a 1-4 record and a 5.18 era. With these struggles, the Diamondbacks should be concerned …

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Jan 12

VenomStrikes.com: Prospect Watch: Andrew Chafin

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Although the Arizona Diamondbacks have a wealth of young pitching prospects, not many of them are left-handed. The best one is Andrew Chafin, whom the team took with the 43rd pick in the 2011 draft. The D’backs selected Chafin after his sophomore year at Kent St., knowing he was about 16 months removed from Tommy …

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Dec 18

VenomStrikes.com: Eric Chavez Re-signs with the D’backs

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The Arizona Diamondbacks made another acquisition today, this time locking up one of their own free agents. Eric Chavez has been re-signed by the D’backs according to a tweet by Jon Heyman at CBS Sports. Terms were not disclosed but it is believed to be a one year deal. Chavez appeared in 80 games last …

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