Wild Card Games Five Things You Missed: Yankees, D-backs AdvanceIn the highest-scoring wild-card round ever, New York and Arizona survived.
30 Players: Brandon Drury Moves To Second Base For DiamondbacksThe Diamondbacks are hoping to bounce back from a bad 2016, and Brandon Drury could help as he moves to a new position.
Diamondbacks Reportedly Set To Hire Torey Lovullo As Their Next ManagerJohn Farrell will be back with the Red Sox in 2017, but his second-in-command won't.
Mike Hazen Is Off To Arizona, Is Torey Lovullo Next?Torey Lovullo is reportedly the favorite to be named the new manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Mike Hazen Leaves Red Sox To Become Diamondbacks Executive VP & GMMike Hazen has left his job as general manager of the Boston Red Sox to become the Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Of Fantasy Baseball In SeptemberWith September roster expansion in Major League Baseball, it’s hard to keep track of which player is in the lineup on a day-to-day basis. Even if a team is in the hunt for a playoff spot, resting starters can hurt your fantasy baseball team. Every fantasy owner has to make sure the lineup is being maximized during these final weeks of the season.
Red Sox Clobber Diamondbacks, 16-2Mookie Betts hit three home runs as the Boston offense went on a tear.
Leon, Holt Homer As Red Sox Beat Diamondbacks, 6-3Sandy Leon and Brock Holt homered and Brad Ziegler pitched out of a bases loaded, nobody out eighth-inning jam with three strikeouts to lead the Boston Red Sox to a 6-3 interleague victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night.
Red Sox Trade For Diamondbacks Closer Brad ZieglerWith closer Craig Kimbrel suffering a knee injury prior to Boston's game against Tampa Bay, the Red Sox made a move for bullpen help.
30 Players: Jake Lamb An Underrated Asset On Upstart DiamondbacksThe Diamondbacks look to be contenders this year and a big season from Lamb could help that impression.
30 Players: Tomas’ Time Will Come Sooner Than Later For D-backsThe influx of Cuban players in MLB has been much discussed, and after the wild success Jose Abreu had with the White Sox in 2014, teams will continue to scout and give big money to defectors. Yasmany Tomas is a perfect example, as the D-backs gave him a six-year, $68.5 million contract as a 24-year-old this offseason.