"In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is."
"I walk into the clubhouse and it's like walking into the Mayo Clinic. We have four doctors, three therapists and five trainers. Back when I broke in, we had one trainer who carried a bottle of rubbing alcohol and by the seventh inning he had drunk it all."
"Every time I look at my pocketbook, I see Jackie Robinson."
"Does Pete (Rose) hustle? Before the All-Star game he came into the clubhouse and took off his shoes and they ran another mile without him."
"I hope somebody hits .400 soon. Then people can start pestering that guy with questions about the last guy to hit .400."
Daily Diamondback Digest
Doug Franz has a few brief words about what he hopes to see (and also what he hopes not to see) the rest of the season.
Unlike some positional all-stars the Diamondbacks have had over the years, Goldschmidt's numbers hold up.
Although the basic premise of his argument is interesting, the idea of shipping off Hill to replace him with Owings ASAP makes me a bit nervous.
Sixteen-year Diamondback announcer, Miguel Perez Quintana is facing charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and criminal damage.
Chuck Powell takes a look at the race between the Diamondbacks and the Dodgers.
Will he be able to perform a lick? His rehab numbers would indicate he is still rusty and not MLB-ready yet. More importantly though, does anyone actually care?
USA Today takes a brief look at the teams of the National League going forward over the last two and a half months of the season.