"He could easily have five or six wins instead of six or seven losses. It's been a learning experience for him. He's been able to build up some confidence here and hopefully that can continue on when we get to spring training so it can make for some really good competition." - Mike Harkey
"I would love to do that in the future, but also I know I have a lot to learn. We'll see how it goes. That's going to be a big challenge for me in winter ball now. That's going to be a good start." - Henry Blanco on Managing
Arizona Diamondbacks saw good stuff from Vidal Nuño
Just because Vidal Nuño didn't register a win in 14 starts with the Diamondbacks doesn't mean the left-hander didn't throw well or at least show promise following a July trade with the New York Yankees.
Nuno, D-backs fall just short in final road contest
Vidal Nuno will head into the offseason still in search of his first National League win.
The D-backs left-hander struggled with his command, and that cost him as Minnesota beat Arizona, 2-1, on Wednesday afternoon at Target Field.
Diamondbacks appear set to make Dave Stewart general manager
he Diamondbacks' hunt for a new general manager appears to be drawing to a conclusion, with all signs continuing to point toward former big league pitcher Dave Stewart being named the successor to Kevin Towers.
A major league source said the Diamondbacks could finalize the move Thursday in an announcement that is also expected to include the hiring of Dodgers executive De Jon Watson.
Gibson's relationship with La Russa helps his chances of return to Diamondbacks
Kirk Gibson's wife sent him a song to listen to on his mobile device Tuesday morning.
Fittingly, it was Tom Petty and the Heartbreaker's "The Waiting."
Yeah, it's the hardest part all right. The waiting he and everyone else is doing while the Diamondbacks decide in which direction to move at manager might be harder than the actual decision they have to make.
Kane County Cougars announce affiliation with Arizona Diamondbacks
When deciding between Arizona and Oakland for a new Player Development Contract, Kane County Cougars owner Dr. Bob Froehlich was looking for a team with the same types of principles as the Cougars.
When meeting with the Diamondbacks front office, Froehlich said it felt as if they were describing the Cougars when they were speaking about their own organization.
That was one of the things that tipped the scales toward Arizona, as the Diamondbacks and Cougars inked a new two-year agreement Wednesday.
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