"I picked up a lot.I don't know about him, but I was competing with him. That was what made it fun. R.J. was like, I guess I would compare him to like the early career of Tiger Woods -- every day you watched him, you were pretty sure you were going to see one thing you had never seen before. There were games that you saw a lot of things that you've never seen before."
- Curt Schilling on Randy Johnson
A total of 841 votes were submitted, and 68 percent of voters chose the 2001 World Series as their favorite moment. Johnson went 3-0 with a 1.04 ERA and 19 strikeouts in two starts and one relief appearance against the New York Yankees in the D-backs' first and only World Series victory.
On the day the Diamondbacks traded Miguel Montero, General Manager Dave Stewart said finding another catcher was something the club had to do. But after seeing the cost of catchers on the trade market, Stewart doesn't seem to feel that way anymore.
John McDonald, who willed his way through a 16-year career with eight different teams as a backup infielder, has decided to retire from the game at age 40. News of his decision spread Wednesday, when four teams -- the Indians, Blue Jays, D-backs and Angels -- offered up congratulations through their individual Twitter accounts. McDonald was that popular.