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The 3-7 start has become 11-11 so things are moving in a positive direction for sure. Still, the Zack Greinke and Shelby Miller performances are cause for concern. In Miller's case, serious concern.
They went 2-5 in their opening homestand, which included four games against the Cubs, and have gone 5-3 on the road since. They've won four of five right now. Color me intrigued.
Tough to get a read just yet. Losing three of four to the Cubs isn't terrible, but they probably needed to get that series against the Rockies, especially in Chase Field.
Considered in this demotion: The A.J. Pollock injury. Not considered: Zack Greinke's bad outing.
The list of qualified hitters with a lower on-base percentage in 2014-15 combined than Jean Segura's .285: Matt Dominguez, Omar Infante and Dayan Viciedo. That's it for all of MLB. Please don't lead him off for long, Chip Hale.
They are absolutely a contender, but there are plenty of concerns, such as the ability of David Peralta and Welington Castillo to hit like they did in 2015 again, the bullpen depth, Yasmany Tomas as an everyday player and Jean Segura at second base.
How many thought they'd win 79 games? Very good year in Arizona. Now get some pitching to go with that stellar offense.
A greatly improved ballclub, as they only won 64 games last season. The offense will remain loaded next year. How will they fill out the rotation, though? That's a big offseason question.
They're actually a .500 ball club on the road (38-38) but five games under at home.
They are seven games under .500, but have a positive run differential (plus-9). Let's see how they shore up the pitching staff in the offseason and there might be something here.
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