7/29/2015 | Given cushion, Corbin in cruise control
Patrick Corbin pitched on four days' rest for just the second time since returning from Tommy John surgery Wednesday. On normal rest, the left-hander came away looking like his normal self in an 8-2 D-backs win over the Mariners, throwing just 80 pitches -- 52 for strikes -- in a six-inning, one-run outing, earning his second win of the season.
7/29/2015 | Castillo burns former club with 2 HRs off Felix
D-backs catcher Welington Castillo was told to hold off on swinging Tuesday in order to reduce pain and swelling in a left elbow that had been hit by a pitch for the second time in three nights Monday. He resumed swinging Wednesday and did so with strong results, launching home runs in the first and fourth innings for his second career multihomer game in Arizona's 8-2 win over Seattle.
7/29/2015 | Patience leads to production in key spots
Including Tuesday night's 8-4 win over Seattle, Arizona has scored more than five runs in a game just twice since the All-Star break, and struggles with situational hitting have been a large reason why. Tuesday, however, was precisely what manager Chip Hale had been looking for.
7/29/2015 | De La Rosa out to keep rolling vs. Astros
Arizona starter Rubby De La Rosa seeks his third straight win when the D-backs and Astros open a three-game Interleague series Friday at Minute Maid Park. Houston counters with righty Scott Feldman, who is winless in his past two starts, but lasted 7 2/3 innings while allowing just one run in a no-decision Saturday against the Royals.
7/29/2015 | D-backs pound Felix, sweep Mariners
Patrick Corbin continued his strong comeback from Tommy John surgery, Welington Castillo haunted his former team with two home runs and Felix Hernandez suffered a rare clunker of an outing. In the aftermath, the D-backs completed a three-game sweep Wednesday afternoon with an 8-2 win over the Mariners before a sun-splashed Safeco Field crowd of 32,502.
7/29/2015 | Delgado lands on DL with sprained right ankle
The D-backs placed right-handed relief pitcher Randall Delgado on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained right ankle Tuesday and recalled right-hander Addison Reed from Triple-A Reno to fill Delgado's roster spot.
7/29/2015 | Well-grounded: Godley notches second win
Zack Godley's second Major League start wasn't quite his record-setting Major League debut, but it was, along with a productive D-backs offense and a sound defense, enough to carry his team to an 8-4 win over the Mariners on Tuesday night.
7/29/2015 | D-backs push winning streak to four games
Rookie right-hander Zack Godley won his second straight start to open his D-backs career as Arizona topped the Mariners, 8-4, on Tuesday night at Safeco Field.
7/28/2015 | Seeking sweep, D-backs must conquer King Felix
If the D-backs want to notch their first sweep in a three-game series since June 12-14, they'll have to conquer one of the game's elite pitchers in Felix Hernandez during Wednesday's series finale at Safeco Field.
7/28/2015 | Castillo available off bench despite sore elbow
In the last week, D-backs catcher Welington Castillo has dealt with a nagging hamstring and has twice been drilled hard in the left elbow, taking him out of the lineup for two of Arizona's last three games.
7/28/2015 | D-backs inquired about Hamels, Chapman
D-backs general manager Dave Stewart acknowledged that the team has recently checked in on the availability of Phillies ace Cole Hamels and Reds closer Aroldis Chapman.
7/28/2015 | Bob Feller Act of Valor Award nominees announced
The active Major League players and Hall of Famers nominated for the 2015 Bob Feller Act of Valor Award were revealed Tuesday.
7/28/2015 | Castillo's status in doubt after another plunking
D-backs catcher Welington Castillo was hit by a pitch in his left elbow for the second time in three days on Monday night in Seattle and is questionable for Tuesday's matchup in Seattle.
7/28/2015 | Godley looks to build on debut as D-backs face Mariners
Arizona right-hander Zack Godley makes his second Major League start on Tuesday as the Mariners face the D-backs in the second game of a three-game series at Safeco Field.
7/28/2015 | D-backs use native son to burn Mariners
Jake Lamb, a Seattle native playing his first Major League game back in his hometown, hit the game-winning sacrifice fly in the 10th as the D-backs knocked off the Mariners, 4-3, in Monday night's opener of a three-game Interleague series at Safeco Field.
7/27/2015 | Seattle native Lamb is a homecoming hero
D-backs third baseman and Seattle native Jake Lamb delivered the game-winning sacrifice fly in his first Major League game at Safeco Field.
7/27/2015 | Mariners acquire reliever Ramirez from D-backs
Right-handed reliever J.C. Ramirez was re-acquired by the Mariners on Monday in a cash deal with the D-backs and will be assigned to Triple-A Tacoma.
7/27/2015 | Salty comes off DL; D-backs option Leone
The D-backs activated Jarrod Saltalamacchia from the 15-day disabled list on Monday, optioning right-hander Dominic Leone to Double-A Mobile to make room for the catcher on the 25-man roster.
7/26/2015 | D-backs flip script as rotation carries offense
For much of the season, the D-backs have relied on their potent offense to make up for some inconsistent starting pitching. Over the last few days, however, it's been the other way around.
7/26/2015 | Humbled, emotional Johnson enters Hall
As promised, Randy Johnson's Hall of Fame induction speech on Sunday was less about him and more about the multitude of people that helped him gain entry into baseball's most prestigious club.
7/26/2015 | Hellickson handles Crew; D-backs take series
Jeremy Hellickson pitched six scoreless innings and Jake Lamb and Chris Owings provided run-scoring extra-base hits in the D-backs' 3-0 win over the Brewers on Sunday at Chase Field. It was Arizona's third victory in the four-game series and second consecutive shutout.
7/26/2015 | They said it: Quotes from HOF quartet
On Sunday afternoon in Cooperstown, N.Y., Major League Baseball welcomed four new members into its National Baseball Hall of Fame ranks. The 2015 class -- featuring greats Craig Biggio, John Smoltz, Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez-- was enshrined before thousands of fans at the Clark Sports Center. Here's some of what they had to say at their induction ceremony.
7/26/2015 | Lefties face off as Montgomery, Ray open series
The Mariners host the D-backs for the first time since 2009, as Monday begins a three-game series at Safeco Field with a battle of left-handed starters.
7/26/2015 | Castillo out of lineup after taking pitch to elbow
A day after returning to the starting lineup, D-backs catcher Welington Castillo was back out of it on Sunday against the Brewers.
7/26/2015 | Historic group of greats inducted into Hall of Fame
The Class of 2015 was dominated by three of the greatest pitchers of their era, plus a versatile position player who ended his 20-year career, all with Houston, with 3,060 hits -- Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio.
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