Arizona Diamondbacks

Stadium: Chase Field | Manager: Kirk Gibson
Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Diamondbacks.2486151184.26
NL West4th4th4th4th
National League 7th10th12th13th

Schedule

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3:10 pm EST
Wed Mar 4
at COL
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3:10 pm EST
Thu Mar 5
COL
*
3:10 pm EST
Fri Mar 6
OAK
*
3:05 pm EST
Sat Mar 7
at SEA
*
4:05 pm EDT
Sun Mar 8
at SF
*
4:10 pm EDT
Sun Mar 8
SF
*
4:05 pm EDT
Mon Mar 9
at CHW
*
4:05 pm EDT
Tue Mar 10
at OAK
*
4:10 pm EDT
Wed Mar 11
LAA
*
4:10 pm EDT
Thu Mar 12
CIN
*
4:05 pm EDT
Fri Mar 13
at CLE
*
4:10 pm EDT
Sat Mar 14
SEA
*
10:10 pm EDT
Sat Mar 14
SF

Standings

NL
West
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Los Angeles83-5994-68
San Francisco78-6488-74
San Diego68-7477-85
Colorado59-8366-96
Arizona57-8564-98
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Diamondbacks' Randall Delgado facing a roster crunch
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

Diamondbacks pitcher Randall Delgado is facing a roster crunch, according to azcentral.com.

Delgado had some success after adding a slider last season, but faces a lot of competition this spring. While the competition for the fifth starter spot contains a lot of players, Delgado's experience in the bullpen last year could help him make the club. On top of that, he's out of options, giving him a better chance of breaking camp on the 25-man roster. 

Bullpen coach Mel Stottlemyre said he believes Delgado could get the job done. "He can be a valuable piece in that bullpen, knowing that there might be some guys that are going to get protected," Stottlemyre said. "The fact that he can pitch in some different roles — he can give you some length, he can come in and strike a guy out. I saw this guy go through the middle of lineups on some good ballclubs and make the hitters look bad. It's there."

The 25-year-old Delgado posted a 4.87 ERA over 77 2/3 innings last season.

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D-Backs' David Peralta looks to make a bigger impact in 2015
by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com

After a solid rookie year in 2014, Diamondbacks outfielder David Peralta is working to make an even bigger impact this season.

When the 2014 season ended, he returned to his home in Venezuela to play more baseball.
He spent his time there trying to improve his hitting against left-handed pitchers. He batted only .197 against lefties as a rookie.

"I know I had a good season, but I need to get better and I wanted to work to get better," Peralta said of his decision to play winter ball, per MLB.com. "I like to get better and learn something every day. So I went there to learn something, to get better and to get more at-bats. This year, my goal is to be an everyday player, and I feel like I'm ready to go now."

Peralta will battle Endier Inciarte for playing time in left field this spring.

"He is a big part of our plans," general manager Dave Stewart said of Peralta. "Those are the kind of guys that you have to like, guys that want to keep getting better. He didn't rest on the fact that he had a good season at the big league level, and says he wants to go back and keep working on his skills and get better."

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Diamondbacks open to trading Cahill, Ross, Hill
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

The Diamondbacks have let it be known that the team is open to trading pitcher Trevor Cahill, outfielder Cody Ross and second baseman Aaron Hill, CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman reports.

Diamondbacks general manager Dave Stewart indicated Monday that he has not spoken to teams about any of the three players.

Hill is expected to open the season as the team's starting second baseman, while Ross is likely to compete for at-bats in left field. Cahill is not a lock to open the season in the team's rotation even if he remains on the Diamondbacks.

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Diamondbacks' Addison Reed is two weeks from throwing off mound
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Diamondbacks pitcher Addison Reed is still at least two weeks from throwing off a mound, reports MLB.com. Reed recently experienced soreness in his shoulder, but said that has subsided. 

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Diamondbacks' Chris Owings is progressing well from surgery
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Diamondbacks shortstop Chris Owings is progressing well from offseason shoulder surgery, reports The Arizona Republic.

Owings was expected to miss the first week to 10 games of spring training, but manager Chip Hale said he's ahead of schedule.

"I don't have an exact [return] date," Hale said. "But he's past where I thought he was."

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGAaron Hill , 2B.244
HRPaul Goldschmidt , 1B19
RBIMiguel Montero , C72
OBPMiguel Montero , C.329
SLGMiguel Montero , C.370
RPaul Goldschmidt , 1B75
SBEnder Inciarte , CF19
WJosh Collmenter , SP11
ERAJosh Collmenter , SP3.46
WHIPJosh Collmenter , SP1.13
KWade Miley , SP183
SVAddison Reed , RP32

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