MLB All-Star Game
The All-Star Game at Chase resulted in a 5-1 win for the National League. Justin Upton went 0-for-2, while Miguel Montero was left in the on-deck circle, though did catch the ninth innings.
As part of the Fanfest, Jim McLennan got to take some swings to raise money for the Boys' and Girls' Clubs of Arizona, under the watchful eye of Hall of Famer Cal Ripken. This is what ensued...
The first Diamondbacks All-Star remains, to this day, the only one to have a three-hit game. We look back at the 1998 contest, and the success enjoyed that day in Denver by Devon White.
All Star Sunday: One fan's experiences at the 2011 XM MLB Futures Game and the Taco Bell Celebrity-Legends Softball Game
The Diamondbacks provided the NL All-Star Game starter for three straight years. We look at the dominance of Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling in the midsummer classic.
In 2002, Arizona catcher Damian Miller came home to Wisocnsin and appeared in his only All-Star Game. He tied a record by doubling twice, making him #4 on our list of best D-backs All-Star Game performances.
We look at the players in Diamondbacks history, who might feel unjustly omitted from the All-Star Game.
In 2009, Dan Haren was probably the best pitcher in the National League over the first half. But he didn't get to start the All-Star Game.
The All-Star Game has selected its players. Who made it, who was left out, and who shouldn't have? We break it all down.