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Arizona Diamondbacks

Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Diamondbacks.2645841455.17
NL West Division2nd2nd3rd5th
National League 3rd5th7th15th
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M. Haniger
R. Weeks
Y. Tomas
P. Gosselin
M. Bourn
C. Owings
Y. Tomas
B. Drury
M. Bourn
P. Gosselin
J. Lamb
B. Drury
P. Gosselin
Y. Tomas
C. Owings
Rotation
1. Z. Greinke
2. R. Ray
3. A. Bradley
4. B. Shipley
5. Z. Godley
J. Segura
P. Gosselin
C. Owings
P. Goldschmidt
P. Gosselin
J. Lamb

DL
N. Ahmed
C. Herrmann
D. Peralta
R. De La Rosa
A. Chafin
W. Castillo
T. Gosewisch
  Bullpen
E. Burgos (CL)
J. Barrett
D. Hudson
R. Delgado
P. Corbin
D. Leone
E. Escobar
S. Hathaway
Last Updated: 08/25/2016
 
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Last Five Games
8/24 vs. ATL
J. Segura2B
M. BournCF
P. Goldschmidt1B
W. CastilloC
J. Lamb3B
C. OwingsSS
M. HanigerLF
B. DruryRF
Z. GreinkeP
 
8/23 vs. ATL
J. Segura2B
M. BournCF
P. Goldschmidt1B
Y. TomasRF
W. CastilloC
J. Lamb3B
M. HanigerLF
C. OwingsSS
A. BradleyP
 
8/22 vs. ATL
J. Segura2B
M. BournCF
P. Goldschmidt1B
J. Lamb3B
Y. TomasRF
W. CastilloC
M. HanigerLF
C. OwingsSS
Z. GodleyP
 
8/21 vs. SD
C. OwingsSS
M. BournCF
P. Goldschmidt1B
J. Lamb3B
P. Gosselin2B
M. HanigerRF
B. DruryLF
T. GosewischC
B. ShipleyP
 
8/20 vs. SD
J. SeguraSS
P. Gosselin2B
P. Goldschmidt1B
R. WeeksLF
Y. TomasRF
W. CastilloC
M. HanigerCF
B. Drury3B
R. RayP

Most Frequent Lineup
 AvgHRRBI
J. Segura2B.3211149
M. BournCF.257330
P. Goldschmidt1B.3021976
J. Lamb3B.2622477
Y. TomasRF.2672661
W. CastilloC.2741247
M. HanigerLF.26705
C. OwingsSS.277230
 
Notes
  • 97 different lineups used this season.
  • Most frequent lineup used in 4 games.

Other Frequent Lineups
2 Game(s)
J. Segura2B
M. BournCF
P. Goldschmidt1B
J. Lamb3B
W. CastilloC
C. HerrmannLF
Y. TomasRF
N. AhmedSS
2 Game(s)
J. Segura2B
J. Lamb3B
P. Goldschmidt1B
D. PeraltaRF
W. CastilloC
B. DruryLF
C. OwingsCF
N. AhmedSS
2 Game(s)
J. Segura2B
B. DruryRF
P. Goldschmidt1B
J. Lamb3B
W. CastilloC
Y. TomasLF
C. OwingsCF
N. AhmedSS
2 Game(s)
J. Segura2B
B. Drury3B
P. Goldschmidt1B
Y. TomasLF
W. CastilloC
D. PeraltaRF
C. OwingsCF
N. AhmedSS
2 Game(s)
J. Segura2B
M. BournCF
P. Goldschmidt1B
J. Lamb3B
W. CastilloC
D. PeraltaRF
Y. TomasLF
C. OwingsSS

 
 
 

Nick Ahmed, #13
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
90.218264205
 
Position Breakdown
SS - 88
Injuries
Hip - Out for the season (Updated - 8/22/16)
Daniel Hudson, #41
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
2245.26.11140
 
News
Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale said Hudson could move into a late-innings role, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.

Given the recent struggles of Jake Barrett and Enrique Burgos at the back end of the Arizona bullpen, the announcement makes sense. Hale said both Hudson and Randall Delgado could be used in high-leverage situations going forward. Hudson recorded 20 holds a season ago and has 17 in 2016, so he's probably the safer bet of the two to see save opportunities.

Steve Hathaway, #56
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
009.15.7908
 
Yasmany Tomas, #24
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
107.2676126612
 
Position Breakdown
1B - 1, OF - 104
Injuries
Back - Probable for Aug 25 (Updated - 8/24/16)
News
Tomas (back) is out of the lineup Wednesday against the Braves.

Tomas, who exited Tuesday's game with a stiff back, will sit out Wednesday night as Brandon Drury joins Arizona's outfield. Until further notice, consider Tomas day-to-day heading into Thursday's series finale against the Braves.

Rubby De La Rosa, #12
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
4547.24.151549
 
Injuries
Elbow - Expected to be out until at least Sep 23 (Updated - 7/26/16)
News
De La Rosa (elbow) could be shifted to the bullpen whenever he is healthy enough to return, Jack Magruder of Fanrag Sports reports.

De La Rosa hasn't pitched since May, and his recent MRI results were sent to Dr. James Andrews, so the second Tommy John surgery of the righty's career might be on the horizon. Teammate Daniel Hudson was moved to the bullpen after his second Tommy John surgery, and the Diamondbacks might follow the same path with De La Rosa. His mid-90s fastball would probably play well out of the bullpen, but if De La Rosa does have another Tommy John, we might not see him in any role until 2018.

Tuffy Gosewisch, #8
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
20.1676370
 
Position Breakdown
C - 19
Andrew Chafin, #40
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
0122.26.75028
 
Injuries
Shoulder - Expected to be out until at least Sep 1 (Updated - 8/24/16)
Jean Segura, #2
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
120.31979125027
 
Position Breakdown
2B - 108, SS - 22
Chris Herrmann, #10
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
54.290216283
 
Position Breakdown
C - 30, 1B - 2, OF - 9
Injuries
Hamstring - Expected to be out until at least Aug 29 (Updated - 8/22/16)
News
Herrmann (hamstring) is expected to resume his rehab assignment Thursday, Jack Magruder of Fanragsports.com reports.

Herrmann's rehab assignment was halted temporarily after he felt soreness in his hamstring, but it appears he is feeling good enough to get back on the field. It's not clear how many rehab games Herrmann will need, but his return to the Diamondbacks is not far off.

Rickie Weeks, #5
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
94.250268254
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 34, DH - 6
Injuries
Ankle - Probable for Aug 25 (Updated - 8/24/16)
News
Weeks (ankle) is out of the lineup again Monday against the Braves.

Weeks sprained his ankle in Saturday's matchup with the Padres, and Monday will mark his second consecutive absence. However, with the Diamondbacks facing a right-hander in Mike Foltynewicz, it's unlikely Weeks would have been in the lineup anyway. Still, the infielder should be considered day-to-day until further notice.

Dominic Leone, #54
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
0020.17.52018
 
Mitch Haniger, #19
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
9.2652060
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 8
Braden Shipley, #35
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
2334.25.451422
 
News
Shipley was knocked around in Sunday's loss to the Padres, allowing seven runs on seven hits and a walk across 5.1 innings. He struck out five.

The rookie was hit hard for the second straight outing, yielding five extra-base hits, inculding a pair of home runs as he fell to 2-3. Shipley allowed just two runs in three strong starts following a rough big league debut, but he has come crashing down to Earth in 10.1 innings since and has seen his ERA rise to 5.45. With Arizona having little to play for at this point, they are likely to allow Shipley to work through his struggles, and he will look to do so Friday versus the Reds.

Zack Godley, #52
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
4257.05.531842
 
News
Godley allowed seven runs on nine hits and three walks with three strikeouts over five innings in a no-decision Monday against Atlanta.

Godley was excellent in his first two starts back into the rotation, allowing just three runs on seven hits and two walks over 12.2 innings. He struggled in almost every way Monday, though, as he managed just 11 first-pitch strikes to 26 hitters and surrendered a pair of home runs. Godley's ERA is back up to 5.53 in large part due to eight home runs allowed in just 57 innings (1.3 HR/9).

Chris Owings, #16
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
84.2793123013
 
Position Breakdown
2B - 1, SS - 34, OF - 49
Jake Lamb, #22
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
118.2656425795
 
Position Breakdown
3B - 111
News
Lamb went 3-for-6 with a double, a homer, two RBI and three runs against the Braves on Wednesday.

A brutal slump has been the dominating story of Lamb's August -- over a 12-game span from Aug. 9-22, he went just 2-for-46 with 19 strikeouts. But over the last two games, he's racked up five hits (four of them for extra bases) in a dramatic emergence from that rough patch. Lamb has been one of the biggest breakout stories of this season, but a high BABIP was fueling his strong batting average much of the year; that's dropped to around par for the league, his the average has come down with it to its current .265 level. The third baseman's shown the ability to maintain strong averages in the minors, though, suggesting that next year might have an even bigger breakout in the cards even if his HR/FB experiences some regression.

Michael Bourn, #1
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
84.2653933012
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 80
News
Bourn went 4-for-6 with two triples and three runs scored against the Braves on Wednesday.

The month of August is treating the well-aged speedster favorably, as he's hitting at a solid .282 clip with four steals and 12 runs; the latter two stats represent his best monthly totals of the season. A three-time 40-steal man in his heyday, Bourn's only good for the occasional swipe at this point, and that in combination with his eternal lack of power marginalizes his fantasy value outside very deep or NL-only formats.

Welington Castillo, #7
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
88.2753412502
 
Position Breakdown
C - 82
News
Castillo went 2-for-6 with three RBI in Wednesday's win over the Braves.

Absences on the paternity and bereavement lists have limited Castillo to only 13 games so far in August, but it's been a terrifically productive span -- he's hitting .354 for the month and averaging an RBI per game. Chris Herrmann is on his way back, which could impact Castillo's playing time down the stretch, but for the time being, he makes for a strong start at catcher most nights.

David Peralta, #6
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
48.251234152
 
Position Breakdown
OF - 48
Injuries
Wrist - Out for the season (Updated - 8/11/16)
Edwin Escobar, #43
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
0213.110.1308
 
Brandon Drury, #27
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
103.2563510330
 
Position Breakdown
1B - 1, 2B - 12, 3B - 24, OF - 64
News
Drury went 2-for-3 with an RBI in Sunday's loss to the Padres.

Drury drove in the only run for the Diamondbacks and he was the only Arizona player with more than one hit. The 24-year-old is getting fairly regular playing time in the outfield, but recent call-up Mitch Haniger has been earning a look lately as well. Drury remains an option in daily leagues when he's in the lineup, but there are probably better choices in standard leagues.

Phil Gosselin, #15
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
96.277212113
 
Position Breakdown
1B - 4, 2B - 31, 3B - 8, OF - 3
Randall Delgado, #48
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
3163.24.10057
 
News
Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale said Delgado will likely move into a late-innings role, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.

Given the recent struggles of Jake Barrett and Enrique Burgos at the back end of the Arizona bullpen, the announcement makes sense. Hale said both Delgado and Daniel Hudson could be used in high-leverage situations going forward. Hudson recorded 20 holds a season ago and has 17 in 2016, so he's probably the safer bet of the two to see save opportunities.

Patrick Corbin, #46
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
513138.25.650110
 
News
Corbin pitched two innings in Sunday's loss to the Padres, allowing three hits and two runs (both earned). He struck out two and walked one.

The move to the bullpen hasn't changed the results for Corbin, who's struggled pretty much all season. Since shifting to a relief role, he's tossed 4.1 innings and has allowed six hits and five earned runs. For the season, the lefty now has a 5.73 ERA to go along with a 1.67 WHIP.

Enrique Burgos, #36
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
1130.14.45132
 
News
Burgos was charged with four runs without recording an out after entering in the ninth inning of Wednesday's win over the Braves.

With the Diamondbacks up four runs, Burgos came on and promptly gave up a home run. He then walked two batters and gave up an RBI single before manager Chip Hale decided he had seen enough. The inherited runners would come around to score, which saddled Burgos with four earned runs allowed. Arizona would rally to win in 11 innings, but Burgos' performance is concerning. The back end of Arizona's bullpen is a mess right now, and it's unclear who might get the next save opportunity.

Paul Goldschmidt, #44
Year-to-date Stats
GAVGRHRRBISB
125.30485207820
 
Position Breakdown
1B - 123, DH - 1
News
Goldschmidt went 3-for-6 with his 20th homer, 20th steal, two RBI and three runs in Wednesday's 11-inning victory over the Braves.

Goldy's power production has fallen off a bit this year -- surprising in a season that's seen power hitting explode across the league -- but he's now gone 20-20 in consecutive seasons, and there aren't many players who can do that while also being assets in batting average. Indeed, the star first baseman is on pace to hit over .300 for the fourth straight season. There's nothing not to love about the package he offers for fantasy owners.

Archie Bradley, #25
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
48105.05.0654101
 
News
Bradley allowed three runs on seven hits and three walks with seven strikeouts over five innings in a no-decision Tuesday against Atlanta.

Bradley hasn't pitched a quality start since July 27 in Milwaukee. In five starts in August, he has a brutal 5.1 BB/9 helping to fuel a 2.13 WHIP. He's still getting whiffs, as he induced 12 swinging strikes in 103 pitches Tuesday night and has 22 strikeouts in his past 23 innings. But until he can keep the bases clear, it won't be enough to make him a successful pitcher.

Zack Greinke, #21
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
114130.04.2927113
 
News
Greinke gave up four runs on six hits over six innings Wednesday in a no-decision against Atlanta. He struck out five and walked three.

After taking advantage of the weak Padres offense his last time out, Greinke was unable to sustain his momentum despite facing the similarly light-hitting Braves, who rank last in the majors in runs. That massive contract he signed over the offseason has not looked good at all this year, as Greinke has managed only short spurts of effectiveness interspersed with a number of blowups. The peripherals say he's better than that unpleasant 4.21 ERA, but Greinke's still been anything but elite with Arizona on the heels of three straight seasons with a sub-3.00 ERA for the Dodgers.

Jake Barrett, #33
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERASVK
1246.24.44447
 
News
Barrett was tagged with the loss and a blown save Tuesday, as he gave up three hits and three runs (two earned) in an inning of work against the Braves.

More of the same for Barrett, who has a horrendous 12.38 ERA and 2.88 WHIP in August. He looked OK on Monday, when he recorded the hold by pitching a scoreless inning (despite two walks and two wild pitches) against the Braves. But Tuesday's results and his other recent struggles suggest he's not up for a high-leverage role right now.

Robbie Ray, #38
Year-to-date Stats
WLIPERABBK
711140.04.3150174