About a month ago, I pondered the question: why aren't the Padres in on Harper or Machado? About a week later, rumors started flying around that the Padres were interested in both and looking to meet with them. Harper would've joined an already crowded outfield, while Machado is coming into an infield that was really... Continue Reading →
Meet one of the D-Backs top prospects, Kristian Robinson, as Sunrise Short Hops asks him some fun questions to get to know him better on and off the field.
Could the D-Backs still contend without Paul Goldschmidt in the line-up? They will only know if they hold on to Greinke until the All-Star Break.
It is officially the end of an era in Phoenix with Patrick Corbin signing with the Nationals, AJ Pollock most likely not returning, and Paul Goldschmidt getting traded to the Cardinals. Paul Goldschmidt is arguably the greatest Diamondback of all time as he leaves as a 6-time All-Star, 4-time Silver Slugger, and 3-time Gold Glover.... Continue Reading →
The outfield and pitching roles have a few questions to be answered, but the biggest question is whether Paul Goldschmidt and Zack Greinke will be on the roster Opening Day.
Sunrise Sports is back now with some World Series coverage, and we are going to interview a glove collector who runs a prominent Instagram glove trading and collection page, Jaxon Jabara. Jaxon created @CoachellaGloves in April of 2015 that started with just his own game glove and has grown to a collection close to 40.... Continue Reading →
The D-Backs made a pretty big splash in the final hours before the trade deadline to add depth to the bullpen. Mike Hazen also traded for 3B/SS Eduardo Escobar to provide a middle of the order bat and versatile infielder.
The month of May has been the toughest stretch for the Diamondbacks the past two seasons. After starting the season 20-8, the D-Backs have struggled mightily with a 7-18 record in May. The snakes are only 1.5 games behind the Rockies who are at the top of division compared to one game behind the Dodgers... Continue Reading →
The NL West is already one of the better division's in MLB as they had three playoff teams last season. This year the Dodgers have gotten out to a rough start along with the Padres, but the Diamondbacks, Rockies, and Giants have put themselves into the playoff conversation in the first month of play. While... Continue Reading →