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Arizona Diamondbacks

 
The Arizona Diamondbacks are a professional baseball team that is based in Phoenix in Arizona. They are a member of the West Division of the Major League Baseball’s National League. They are nicknamed as ‘D-backs’ and ‘Snakes’. They are an extremely popular baseball team that has patronized baseball in the desert region of Arizona.
 
History of the Arizona Diamondbacks
 
From being a regional team playing in Arizona, the franchise has become one of the well known baseball teams playing under the National League. After taking up the name Arizona Diamondbacks in 1998, the team tasted success by winning the World Series Championship in the year 2001. It is interesting to note that in their first 5 seasons, they won 3 division titles in 1999, 2001 and 2002. They won 100 games in their second season in 1999.
 
However, during the period between 2003 and 2005, the team suffered a major setback and went through some of its gloomiest times. This phase also saw the end of the Colangelo Era. Form 2006 until present, the Arizona Diamondbacks has come out of their phase and has reestablished their lost morale and team spirit. With the infusion of some talented players like Dave Krynzel, Luis Vizcaino, Ross Ohlendorf and Alberto Gonzalez, the team now looks well structured and can really be a formidable opposition to deal with.
 
Arizona Diamondbacks 2010 Spring Training roster
 
Pitchers
 
  • 15 Dan Haren
  • 22 Aaron Heilman
  • 46 Bob Howry
  • 44 Bryan Augenstein
  • 55 Blaine Boyer
  • 33 Billy Buckner
  • 58 Juan Gutiérrez
  • 36 Edwin Jackson
  • 64 Roque Mercedes 
  • 57 Kevin Mulvey 
  • 65 Jordan Norberto
  • 50 Chad Qualls
  • 31 Ian Kennedy
  • 40 Zach Kroenke
  • 45 José Marte 
  • 47 Leo Rosales
  • 62 Leyson Septimo 
  • 17 Brandon Webb
  • 35 Clay Zavada
  • 66 Daniel Stange 
  • 43 César Valdez 
  • 32 Esmerling Vásquez
 
Catchers
 
  • 26 Miguel Montero
  • 28 John Hester
  • 19 Chris Snyder
 
Infielders
 
  • 2 Kelly Johnson
  • 25 Adam LaRoche
  • 11 Augie Ojeda
  • 27 Mark Reynolds
  • 14 Ryan Roberts
  • 4 Rusty Ryal
  • 3 Tony Abreu
  • 29 Brandon Allen 
  • 63 Pedro Ciriaco 
  • 6 Stephen Drew
 
Outfielders
 
  • 10 Justin Upton
  • 24 Chris Young
  • 67 Cole Gillespie 
  • 34 Conor Jackson
  • 18 Gerardo Parra
 
Spring Training non-roster invitees
 
Pitchers
 
  • 41 T. J. Beam
  • 13 Rodrigo López
 
Catchers
 
  • 37 Carlos Corporan
 
Infielders
 
  • 21 Jeff Bailey
  • 59 Ed Rogers
 
Outfielders
 
  • 71 Evan Frey
  • 12 Drew Macias
 
Coaches/Managers
 
Manager
 
·        7 A. J. Hinch
 
Coaches
 
  • 16 Bo Porter (third base)
  • 53 Glenn Sherlock (bullpen)
  • 30 Mel Stottlemyre, Jr. (pitching)
  • 23 Kirk Gibson (bench)
  • 8 Jack Howell (hitting)
  • 82 Jeff Motuzas (coach)
  • 9 Matt Williams (first base)
 
All Time Season Records for the Arizona Diamondbacks
 
Hitting
 
  • Runs —Luis Gonzalez - 780
  • Doubles —Luis Gonzalez - 310
  • Triples —Tony Womack (1999–2003) - 37
  • Games Played —Luis Gonzalez (1999–2006)- 1,194
  • At Bats —Luis Gonzalez - 4,488
  • Hits —Luis Gonzalez - 1,337
  • Batting Average —Luis Gonzalez - .298
  • Home Runs —Luis Gonzalez 224
  • Slugging Percentage —Luis Gonzalez - .529
  • Stolen Bases —Tony Womack - 110
  • Runs Batted In —Luis Gonzalez - 774
  • On Base Percentage —Luis Gonzalez - .391
  • Walks —Luis Gonzalez - 650
  • Strike Outs —Luis Gonzalez - 580
 
Pitching
 
  • Saves —Jose Valverde - 98
  • Innings —Randy Johnson - 1630.1
  • Starts —Randy Johnson - 232
  • Strikeouts —Randy Johnson - 2,077
  • ERA —Randy Johnson (1999–2004, 2007–2008) - 2.83
  • Complete Games —Randy Johnson - 38
  • Shutouts —Randy Johnson - 14 (Perfect Game May 18, 2004)
  • WHIP -Curt Schilling - 1.04
  • Wins —Randy Johnson - 118
  • Losses —Randy Johnson/Brandon Webb (2003) - 62
  • Games —Jose Valverde (2003–2007) - 253

 

Created on Fri, 04/02/2010 - 10:39.

 
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