"The field took a ton of water," manager Kirk Gibson said. "They wanted to play a game tonight and we didn't want to play a doubleheader. It was just dangerous. It was really muddy on the baselines. Part of the field was OK. Realistically, the groundskeeper said that they need to get some spikes in it and let it air out so it's playable."
Kirk Gibson on Wednesday's game being postponed due to inclement weather.
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Downpour Postpones Game in Arlington
A tremendous downpour caused the Wednesday matchup between the Diamondbacks and Rangers to be postponed. No date has yet been set for the replay of the game, other than a "mutual off day". Given how hinkey the schedule is this year, it may be an "as necessary" game at the end of the season.
Towers' Plan Coming to Light
GM Kevin Towers' off-season plan for the Diamondbacks roster is starting to pay dividends and questionable moves are starting to show early benefits.
Arizona Has History of Finding Diamondbacks in the Rough
Arizona has a history of finding MLB in the later rounds of the Rule 4 Draft.
It's Rivalry Week
Or at least it is supposed to be. However, divisional realignment and quirky scheduling has taken what little luster used to exist on this week of games.
Weaver Notches First ‘W' of Season
In case anyone was wondering why the Los Angeles Angels are struggling so much this year; it's two months into the season and Jered Weaver is just returning from the DL to garner his first win, a 3-4 victory over the cross-town rival Dodgers. Though that isn't their only problem, it does highlight their lack of depth.