7/2/2015 | Anderson looks for redemption vs. Rockies
D-backs starter Chase Anderson was clobbered by the Rockies in Denver the last time he faced them. Anderson will face Kyle Kendrick and the Rockies on Friday night, looking for better results at Chase Field.
7/2/2015 | Bradley gets good news on shoulder ailment
D-backs rookie Archie Bradley visited with James Andrews this week, and the noted surgeon confirmed that their is no structural damage to the pitcher's right shoulder.
7/2/2015 | Mark Grace chats with fans on Facebook
D-backs assistant hitting coach and 2001 World Series champion Mark Grace took questions from fans during a chat on Facebook today. Gracie chatted about his playing years and biggest influences, shared some advice for young players, and had high praise for Paul Goldschmidt.
7/2/2015 | Rocky third inning does in Ray, D-backs
D-backs starter Robbie Ray made it past a bad inning, pitched a few more without allowing a run, and kept his team close enough to mount a late rally. But that rally wasn't enough.
7/2/2015 | Hernandez, Howie lift Dodgers past D-backs
Brett Anderson pitched seven quality innings, and Howie Kendrick continued to torment the D-backs as the Dodgers cruised to a 4-2 win on Wednesday night to capture the three-game series at Chase Field.
7/1/2015 | Ahmed's adjustments have yielded a power surge
Nick Ahmed hit a two-run homer for the second straight night on Tuesday against the Dodgers, marking the first time the D-backs' rookie shortstop has gone deep in consecutive games. He said his recent power surge is just a result of his becoming a better overall hitter.
7/1/2015 | Corbin could return Saturday to face Rockies
D-backs starter Patrick Corbin may return from the disabled list to start Saturday's game against the Rockies and will no longer be pitching his previously scheduled rehab game on Thursday.
7/1/2015 | Rox, D-backs to begin four-game series in Arizona
The Rockies and D-backs will begin a four-game series on Thursday at Chase Field, with Chris Rusin and Jeremy Hellickson squaring off in the opener.
7/1/2015 | Hernandez continues to search for his old form
In his last three outings, David Hernandez has given up five runs in 2 2/3 frames. Hernandez suffered the loss in Tuesday's 6-4 loss to the Dodgers at Chase Field.