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Arizona Diamondbacks All-Time Top 50

The fifty greatest players over the first 20 years in Arizona Diamondbacks history, as ranked by the fans

Diamondbacks All-time Top 50: #38, Eric Byrnes

The crash test dummy front flipped his way into our hearts and the team’s wallet.

Diamondbacks All Time Top 50: #39, Wade Miley

Number 39 brings us a man who gave Bryce Harper a legitimate run for ROY.

Diamondbacks All Time Top 50: #40, Tony Clark

Anybody. Anytime.

Diamondbacks All-Time Top 50: #41, Matt Mantei

The Ice Man

Diamondbacks All-Time Top 50: #42, Zack Godley

Number 42 in our countdown is a pitcher who may not have been even a Top 100 Diamondback coming into the 2017 season.

Diamondbacks All-Time Top 50: #43, Erubiel Durazo

A precious, slugging Arizona 1B who wears #44? But before there was Goldy, there was Ruby...

Diamondbacks All-Time Top 50: #44, Brian Anderson

He’s the man who started for Arizona, after Schilling and Johnson, in the 2001 World Series.

Diamondbacks All-Time Top 50: #45, David Hernandez

Hernandez checks in as the first player on the list to still be actively playing in the majors.

Diamondbacks All Time Top 50: #46 Micah Owings

Before Paul Goldschmidt, this #44 was a force with the bat, too. Except he was a pitcher.

Diamondbacks All-Time Top 50: #47, Chris Snyder

Snyderman was mostly remembered for a certain injury. But there was more to his career than that.

Diamondbacks All-Time Top 50: #48, Omar Daal

Continuing the countdown of the top-50 with the first inaugural season member of the list, and our third consecutive left-handed pitcher.

Diamondbacks All-Time Top 50: #49, Doug Davis

Appropriate, since the crafty lefty wore #49 during his time with Arizona!

Diamondbacks All-Time Top 50: #50, Greg Swindell

We start off our rankings with one of the few men to be on three Diamondbacks’ playoff rosters.