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Since their expansion in 1998, the Arizona Diamondbacks have called Chase Field their home.
The Arizona Diamondbacks could be caught in a rundown.
Baseball's Arizona Diamondbacks sacked manager Bob Melvin, hoping a new hand at the helm can turn around a disappointing season for the young team.
Curt Schilling, a 42-year-old right-handed pitcher who won World Series titles with the Boston Red Sox and Arizona Diamondbacks, announced his retirement on Monday on his internet blog.
The JetHawks parent Arizona Diamondbacks have yet to sign a new Player Development Contract with their advanced Class-A California League affiliate in the Antelope Valley.
PHOENIX, May 17 /PRNewswire/ -- America West Airlines (NYSE: AWA) hit a home run today with baseball fans around the country when it unveiled a Boeing 757 painted in a tribute to the Arizona Diamondbacks baseball club, which begins play in 1998.
Through client engagements with blue-chip organizations like the Arizona Diamondbacks, Los Angeles Dodgers, and NASCAR RacePoints, and by forging trusted partnerships with more than 350 of the world's leading online merchants, Mall Networks has quickly proven its ability to significantly increase the value of consumer loyalty programs," said Les Otten, an existing board member and early investor.
The Arizona Diamondbacks bolstered their bullpen Tuesday with the acquisition of righthanded hurler Jon Rauch from the Washington Nationals, in exchange for infielder Emilio Bonifacio.