The Diamondbacks have avoided arbitration with six players, including starting pitcher Robbie Ray and third baseman Jake Lamb.
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Catcher John Ryan Murphy and the Diamondbacks agreed to a one-year, $900,000 contract, a raise from his $558,000 salary last year.
Bryce Harper and Manny Machado aren't the only big names still searching for the right fit. We examine who is available and their most likely landing spots.
Even the best clubs -- yes, even the world champs -- have an Achilles' heel. Here are MLB's most glaring weaknesses, and what's being done, if anything, to address them.
Halfway through the offseason, we look at which teams have gained ground, which have fallen back and what moves could be made to shift things further.
The Arizona Diamondbacks acquired left-hander Robby Scott from the Cincinnati Reds for cash, it was announced.
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Calling Paul Goldschmidt "a once-in-a-generation type of player," Arizona manager Torey Lovullo said it will be hard to get used to life without the six-time All-Star but that the Diamondbacks are pressing on for 2019.
Dan Mullen ESPN.com
D-backs manager Torey Lovullo had some strong praise for his star hitters from this year's team, saying now Cardinal Paul Goldschmidt "will win a World Series" in his career and free agent A.J. Pollock was "the best player in the National League" before he got hurt last year.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo said it was a sad day when he met in person with Paul Goldschmidt to inform him of the trade to the Cardinals. He said Goldschmidt felt bad about leaving Arizona with unfinished business, but took the trade in stride and realized a trade was likely.
Josh Rawitch of the Arizona Diamondbacks has won the Robert O. Fishel Award for public relations excellence in the major leagues.
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With every team looking to make moves in Las Vegas, here's a forecast of big trades and signings for each.
Right-hander Merrill Kelly is joining his hometown Arizona Diamondbacks, agreeing to a $5.5 million, two-year contract after spending the past four years pitching in South Korea.
A swap of 2016 World Series stars? Madison Bumgarner in Dodger blue? We play Let's Make A Deal, Las Vegas-style with moves we'd make if we were calling the shots at the winter meetings.
Before Wednesday's trade headlined by Paul Goldschmidt, the Arizona Diamondbacks and St. Louis Cardinals were relatively even on paper.
First baseman Paul Goldschmidt, a six-time All-Star who hit 209 home runs during his eight seasons with Arizona, is headed to St. Louis as part of a multiplayer trade.
The MVP-caliber hitter could provide St. Louis with the power it wanted to help end a three-year postseason drought.
Arizona added two players who should contribute in 2019, a solid prospect and a key draft pick in a trade that makes sense for both sides.
Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
Luke Weaver was one of my biggest busts among 2018 picks, but the move to Arizona does improve his rebound prospects. The team should be more patient with him as a regular member of the rotation — less competition for spots — and he'll have a stronger infield defense behind him.
Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
Something to keep in mind with Paul Goldschmidt's trade: Arizona's Chase Field had only the 11th-highest runs scored park factor, and the 20th-highest home runs factor, last season. The ballpark change isn't nearly as dramatic as it might've been pre-humidor.