Opening Day primer: What fans can expect from Diamondbacks in 2015
Opening Day has arrived, and before the revamped Arizona Diamondbacks face off against the World Series champion San Francisco Giants, here's a primer of what's new with the team and what to look forward to in 2015.
Arizona Diamondbacks' Opening Day History: By the Numbers
The Arizona Diamondbacks start their 18th season in Major League Baseball Monday night when they host the world champion San Francisco Giants at Chase Field in Phoenix.
Here's a look back at past D-backs' openers, by the numbers.
Arizona Diamondbacks offer best MLB prices on beer, family tickets
If Opening Day has you itching to take the family to a Major League Baseball Game, you and your wallet are in luck.
Arizona Diamondbacks acquire Atlanta Braves prospect Victor Reyes
As part of the trade that sent Trevor Cahill to Atlanta, the Arizona Diamondbacks have acquired outfielder Victor Reyes from the Braves.
Arizona Diamondbacks president Derrick Hall: 'It's more fun sneaking up on people'
Everybody loves the Cinderella story in sports. Overcoming all odds to shock the world is more fun to see and be a part of than the chalk-favorite winning. Arizona Diamondbacks president Derrick Hall is no exception.
D-backs break Cactus League attendance record
The Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies set a new Spring Training attendance record in 2015 at Salt River Fields, the Scottsdale-area stadium the two teams share.
Arizona Diamondbacks News: Andrew Chafin Wins Final Bullpen Spot
The Arizona Diamondbacks came into spring training with very few roster spots set in stone, and a lot of open competition set to take place. So its no surprise that the Diamondbacks waited till the last minute to decide their Opening Day roster.
D-backs CEO Derrick Hall: Aaron Hill has 'handled spring very well'
Aaron Hill, a fixture at second base since his arrival in Phoenix in 2011, will be moved to the bench.
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