D-backs offense continues to falter | MLB.com
The D-backs' long road trip came to an end Thursday afternoon with another loss, this one by a 6-2 margin to the Giants at AT&T Park. After 11 days and 10 games, the D-backs are headed back to Phoenix having misplaced their offense while going 2-8 on the trip.
Giants, D-backs commemorate 9/11 heroes in pregame ceremony | dbacks.com
In remembrance of the lives lost in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the United States, the Giants held a special pregame ceremony at AT&T Park before their Thursday afternoon game against the D-backs. Prior to the first pitch, both teams lined up on the baselines for a moment of silence and the national anthem.
Nuno still looking for 1st win as D-backs | MLB.com
Vidal Nuno has done just about everything he's needed to do to win in a D-back uniform. From throwing deep into games, to even driving in a couple batters, he'll look to continue his strong debut against the Padres.
Diamondbacks executives address payroll, front-office questions | azcentral.com
Beyond the question of who will be the next GM, there are many others to be answered as the Diamondbacks seek to move forward.
Diamondbacks open series vs. Padres
For the fifth consecutive start, Nuño gave up two runs or fewer on Friday against the Dodgers and yet again came away without a win.
Arizona Diamondbacks struggling to reach finish line | azcentral.com
With fewer than three weeks remaining in their season, the Diamondbacks hardly resemble the team that stumbled through the franchise's worst opening month since its inaugural season. They're still just as good, if you will, at losing games, only they've found new ways to lose them.
Diamondbacks reliever David Hernandez talks about comeback | azcentral.com
Q:You threw for the first time since your surgery on Tuesday. How did it go?
A:It felt good. You just never really know what to expect after six months. You just build up to this day. We literally threw for five minutes, which is not very much. It just felt weird. You've got to teach yourself how to throw again, I guess.
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Waiting on official word but hearing Chris Davis has tested pos for amphetamines. 25 game suspension— Dan Connolly (@danconnollysun) September 12, 2014
Redmond said it "doesn't look good" as far as Stanton returning this season.— clarkspencer (@clarkspencer) September 12, 2014
Why Are Baseball Seasons 162 Games Long? | Mental Floss
This week, Major League Baseball released the schedule for the 2015 season. You may have noticed that it starts later and ends later than previous seasons, but each team still plays 162 games, just as they have for decades. But how did MLB arrive at such a seemingly arbitrary number?
What a Giancarlo Stanton Extension Might Look Like | FanGraphs Baseball
The first thing to keep in mind is that Stanton is well past the point at which one could argue he should take a significant discount on his market value in order to accumulate the most-valuable first few millions of dollars and set himself up for life. Stanton made $6.5 million in salary this year, and his 2014 performance has already guaranteed him a significant raise for next year.