First An Apology
No, this is not for Diamondhacks. You’re still wrong brother. :P But glad we can have these lively discussions.
This apology is to everyone on the AzSnakepit staff and it’s readers. There have been 4 times this season I have failed to open my browser to the Googliewebs and do a search on the Arizona Diamondbacks for news of the past 24 hours. Yes, I know this has been highly impactful to all of you and will probably eliminate me from getting this job. The fact I didn’t apply is not germane.
The reasons for my lapse in content pleonasm (yes it’s a word, look it up) are vast and intriguing. However since this is not a forum for story telling, I’ll just let your imaginations run wild as to why this 37 year old, married, white male with no kids would be unavailable between the hours of 8 and 10 am on holidays. Have fun with that.
Anyway, onward toward the news!
Jensen moves up to Arizona Diamondbacks - Kyle Jensen of Tracy moved up to Major League Baseball this past weekend as the Arizona Diamondbacks purchased his contract from the AAA Reno Aces, where he had been the team’s leading slugger for the past year.
Ex-Cal Poly baseball standout Mitch Haniger called back up to Arizona Diamondbacks - Former Cal Poly baseball standout Mitch Haniger was one of five players recalled Tuesday by the Arizona Diamondbacks as MLB rosters expanded from 25 to 40 players.
Tony La Russa Believes Team Will Improve “Dramatically” - Chief Baseball Officer of the Arizona Diamondbacks Tony La Russa made some interesting comments earlier in the week about the state of the team he has constructed.
Simple approach key to Owings’ success - For the fourth consecutive game on Wednesday, Chip Hale, manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks, wrote out his lineup card with Chris Owings batting second.
Diamondbacks Executives At Odds, Futures Uncertain - The Arizona Diamondbacks have disappointed and the internal drama extends beyond the uncertain futures of Chip Hale and the club's top executives.
D-Backs president and CEO Derrick Hall is doing a Reddit AMA and it probably won’t go well - One of the Diamondbacks’ social media interns (presumably) posted a thread on Reddit’s /r/baseball on Wednesday night, gathering questions ahead of Thursday evening when club president and CEO Derrick Hall would stop by and answer those questions.