As expected, the Diamondbacks opted to offer contracts to all their eligible players yesterday. But is there anyone released by other teams that might be of interest?
But personally, I don't regard the latest proposal from Atlanta as any sort of improvement...
$120 million wasn't enough for Arizona to get Johnny Cueto. Will they go higher? Should they?
Steve Gilbert is reporting that Johnny Cueto has turned down a 6 Year/$120 Million offer from the Diamondbacks.
Out of the mythical tryptophan coma yet? We managed to find three SnakePit writers who had regained at least some semblance of consciousness for some post-Thanksgiving chit-chat
The Arizona Diamondbacks named Dave Magadan as hitting coach, as announced by D-backs Sr. Vice President & General Manager Dave Stewart and Manager Chip Hale.
The first of our arbitration eligible players can be crossed off the list, with left-handed reliever Matt Reynolds reaching agreement with the club.
There have been plenty of posts and comments evaluating all the starters. We probably don't need one more. But I just would like to share what I was looking at this morning.
The threat of the team trading for a "proven closer" would appear to be receding, based on statements yesterday by GM Dave Stewart.
Pitching. Pitching pitching. Pitching pitching-pitching pitching pitching. Yes, the Diamondbacks off-season is apparently continuing its theme.
The Allen Webster era appears to have ended in Arizona, with the news the right-hander was designated for assignment. They also added three names to their 40-man roster, protecting them from the Rule 5 draft.
The D-backs quest for young pitching took them to Atlanta, but the price the Braves wanted for Shelby Miller brought a quick end to those discussions.
What can the D-backs do to close the gap on the Giants and Dodgers?
We surely all agree that something needs to be done to improve the rotation, and we also all agree that no incumbent starter is a true top of the rotation pitcher.
What impact does the trade of Jeremy Hellickson to the Philadelphia Phillies have on the Arizona Diamondbacks for 2016?
The Diamondbacks made their first significant trade of the off-season (sorry, Daniel Palka!), shipping starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson to the Phillies for minor-league pitcher Sam McWilliams
Have we learned nothing from Addison Reed?
The Arizona Diamondbacks named Matt Williams as third base coach and Garvin Alston as bullpen coach, as announced by D-backs Sr. Vice President & General Manager Dave Stewart and Manager Chip Hale.
As well as the (not entirely unexpected) gossip surrounding the Diamondbacks' quest for starting pitching, might a trade of veteran second-basemen be in the works?
Hey! Where are you going? Put that pitch-fork down....
As the off-season gets under way, we look at some of the contract decisions to be made - or already made! - for the Arizona Diamondbacks
I'd like to thank the 2015 baseball season for showing up. Now, what?