Wed Sep 23
|L 4 - 1||at LAD|
Thu Sep 24
|L 6 - 3||at LAD|
Fri Sep 25
|W 6 - 3||at SD|
Sat Sep 26
|L 3 - 0||at SD|
Sun Sep 27
|W 4 - 2||at SD|
Tue Sep 29
|W 4 - 3||COL|
Wed Sep 30
|W 3 - 1||COL|
Thu Oct 1
|W 8 - 6||COL|
Fri Oct 2
|L 21 - 5||HOU|
Sat Oct 3
|L 6 - 2||HOU|
Sun Oct 4
|W 5 - 3||HOU|
Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Peter O will enter spring training next season as a catcher, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports.
O'Brien came up as a catcher, but made all three of his big league appearances this season in left field. With Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Welington Castillo both potentially hitting the free agent market, the Diamondbacks will enter the offseason with some uncertainty behind the plate, but O'Brien will have the opportunity to win the job.
Houston Astros third baseman Jed Lowrie (quad) will rejoin the lineup Sunday against the Diamondbacks.
Lowrie injured his quad Tuesday, but did take two walks Saturday. He's back in action Sunday, playing third base and batting seventh.
Arizona Diamondbacks starter Jeremy Hellickson (9-12) lasted five innings Saturday, giving up three earned runs on seven hits while walking none and striking out three in a 6-2 loss to the Houston Astros .
Hellickson threw 82 pitches in his final start of the season, failing to exceed five innings for the third time in his last four outings. The 28-year-old has had a tumultuous season, enduring a disabled list stint and erratic performances. With an inflated WHIP and underwhelming strikeout totals, Hellickson's value is limited to deeper leagues.
Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Ender Inciarte (shin) is not in the lineup Saturday against the Houston Astros .
Steve Gilbert of MLB.com did report Inciarte would be available to pinch-hit if necessary. However, in that same report, he seemed to suggest the 24-year-old was still dealing with a large amount of swelling in his injured shin, making his status for Sunday clearly up in the air.
Socrates Brito will get the start in right field on Saturday and with David Peralta already ruled out for the remainder of the season it's fair to question if Inciarte will follow suit soon.
Arizona Diamondbacks reliever Matt Stites was crushed in an outing against the Houston Astros on Friday, allowing seven runs (five earned) on four hits and two walks, while recording just two outs.
The game was already pretty well out of hand, but Stites just didn't have it in this one. This one outing jumped his ERA on the year five runs to 12.46, which tells you about the kind of year he was having even before this stinker. While still just 25 years old, it's not clear how many more chances Stites will have to make in the majors.
|2015 Team Leaders|
|AVG||Paul Goldschmidt , 1B||.321|
|HR||Paul Goldschmidt , 1B||33|
|RBI||Paul Goldschmidt , 1B||110|
|OBP||Paul Goldschmidt , 1B||.435|
|SLG||Paul Goldschmidt , 1B||.570|
|R||A.J. Pollock , CF||111|
|SB||A.J. Pollock , CF||39|
|W||Rubby De La Rosa , SP||14|
|ERA||Rubby De La Rosa , SP||4.67|
|WHIP||Rubby De La Rosa , SP||1.36|
|K||Rubby De La Rosa , SP||150|
|SV||Brad Ziegler , RP||30|
|Full Team Statistics|
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