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79-83, 3rd in NL West
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Piecoro On Diamondbacks' Offseason, More

Buster Olney talks to Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic about the Diamondbacks' offseason, the pieces that must fall into place for the team to be competitive and more.

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Diamondbacks done dealing?

After a busy offseason, Arizona GM Dave Stewart says the team doesn't have any other big moves on the horizon. MLB rumors roundup

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Strikeout mark in reach for four

While no active pitchers are likely to reach 3,000 strikeouts this year, a handful should get to 2,000. Justin Verlander (needs 57), Cole Hamels (78) and Zack Greinke (113) are all close, while Clayton Kershaw (254) will get there with another dominant season. Simon: Milestones to watch in 2016

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D-backs need Tomas to produce

If Arizona is going to prevail in what should be a really competitive NL West, Yasmany Tomas will need to take advantage of his opportunity in the outfield and generate runs, Buster Olney writes. Linchpin players for 2016 (Insider)

Jean Segura's fantasy value gets a bump with trade to Diamondbacks (0:50)
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Diamondbacks would benefit from DH

Wanting to give Yasmany Tomas regular at-bats in 2016, Arizona plans to utilize the slugger in right field. If the team had the option to use a designated hitter, however, Tomas could play there and maybe Ender Inciarte wouldn't have been traded. DH candidates for NL teams

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D-backs likely to be disappointed by Segura deal

Keith Law analyzes Saturday's five-player trade -- highlighted by Jean Segura heading from Milwaukee to Arizona -- and sees the Brewers as the winner.

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Brewers send Segura to D-backs in 5-player deal

The Diamondbacks have added some offense to their lineup, acquiring Jean Segura from the Brewers in a five-player deal that sent Chase Anderson, Aaron Hill and Isan Diaz to Milwaukee.

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How much could A.J. Pollock get paid?

Pollock plays a strong game on both sides of the ball and is a few years away from free agency. Jim Bowden notes that the D-backs did inquire about a long-term contract with Pollock but tabled negotiation talks after hearing his asking price. Players who deserve extensions (Insider)

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D-backs looking to trade Hill?

Arizona is reportedly shopping Aaron Hill but moving the veteran infielder figures to be difficult. MLB rumors roundup

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Manfred hits brakes on potential NL DH talk

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred told ESPN that he did not mean to give the impression during his comments at last week's owners meetings that NL clubs want to adopt the designated hitter.

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Dynamic stuff for D-backs duo

With Shelby Miller's high-velocity fastball and Patrick Corbin's wipeout slider, Arizona has two of the best pitches in baseball among starters in its rotation. Best pitches in MLB (Insider)

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Is Kendrick still on the D-backs radar?

Arizona is reportedly active in trade talks to move one of its second basemen. Could the team be pushing to make a deal in order to make room for free agent Howie Kendrick? MLB rumors roundup

Lower expectations for Shelby Miller in 2016 fantasy (0:53)
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D-backs, Pollock close to a deal?

Multiyear extension talks between Arizona and OF A.J. Pollock might be off the table, but the team still needs to sign the 28-year-old to a one-year contract in order to avoid arbitration. That deal might be coming soon. MLB rumors roundup

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Diamondbacks just miss the cut

Despite improving greatly with the additions of Zack Greinke and Shelby Miller this winter, Arizona falls short of making Buster Olney's list. Top 10 teams (Insider)

Most intriguing players in the National League West (3:54)
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D-backs could use another tweak

Despite a busy offseason so far, Arizona has a few needs that could still be addressed, Jim Bowden writes. Howie Kendrick would be a great fit at second, but the team is hesitant to give up a draft pick for him. Fits for free agents (Insider)

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Report: Pollock extension talks tabled

The D-backs are no longer trying to work out a multiyear deal for OF A.J. Pollock, GM Dave Stewart tells the Arizona Republic. Pollock remains unsigned for the 2016 season after not reaching a new deal before Friday's arbitration deadline. MLB rumors roundup

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Davis deal one of biggest from offseason

Chris Davis' $161 million contract with Baltimore is the largest in franchise history. Davis' deal checks in as the fourth richest from the offseason, while David Price's seven-year, $217 million contract still towers at the top.

D-backs avoid arbitration with six

Arizona announced one-year deals with Shelby Miller, Patrick Corbin, Welington Castillo, Randall Delgado, Daniel Hudson and Rubby De La Rosa. The only player not to agree to a new contract is A.J. Pollock, who will go to arbitration with the team next month if a deal isn't reached.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2647th
On Base Percentage.3248th
Slugging Percentage.4148th
Earned Run Average4.0416th
Quality Starts6925th

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