The joys of the Diamondbacks
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The greatest pitcher in Diamondbacks history is going to Cooperstown this summer. To no-one's surprise, Randy Johnson was overwhelmingly elected to the Hall of Fame today by the BBWAA. Join us, as we celebrate his career with Arizona.
It was a night to remember in May, as Josh Collmenter threw his first career shutout in the majors. And it only took him 27 batters to do it. It's now also the winner of the 2014 'Pittie for Performance of the Year.
Yeah, 2014 pretty much sucks. Our playoff chances have been dead in the water since pretty much the end of April, and we can't even claim to be improving, having gone 6-18 in our last 24 games at the time of writing. So, why am I still here?
How long has Danial Hudson been away? So long, he had his first Tommy John surgery before it was cool... After two such surgeries and over 26 months, Hudson finally made it back to pitching in the majors. Let's look back over the highs and lows.
In the first of what will hopefully be a series explicitly highlighting positives about the 2014 Diamondbacks, we look at the remarkable career resurrection of David Peralta. Your regularly scheduled "24/7 bitch fest" will resume shortly. :)
National League All-Star manager Mike Matheny of the St. Louis Cardinals announced today, in conjunction with Major League Baseball, that Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Miguel Montero will replace Yadier Molina of the Cardinals on the NL roster.
The Arizona Diamondbacks and first baseman Paul Goldschmidt have teamed up to launch a "Bleacher Creature" program that will raise money to benefit Phoenix Children’s Hospital through Paul Goldschmidt’s new fund, Goldy’s Fund 4 Kids.