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The Arizona Diamondbacks had a three game winning streak going before they lost to the Dodgers on June 14. After losing to the Marlins in the first of three games, they won the next two, including an impressive 6-0 shut out win on June 12. The Diamondbacks came out strong in that game, scoring 4 runs in the first inning. In the first game against the Dodgers, the Diamondbacks came out ahead in a close game that had a final score of 3-2. However, they were unable to keep the momentum in the final two games against the Dodgers. They next play a four game series against the Phillies starting on June 17. You can still get tickets with prices starting at $16.
The Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Cardinals 2-1 in their latest three game series. In the first game, the Diamondbacks won 11-7, thanks in part to a 5 run eighth inning. The Cardinals tried to rally at the bottom of the 9th and got 5 runs of their own, but the Diamondbacks had amassed sufficient runs to retain the lead and win the game. They were not so lucky in the second and fell 6-2. They bounced back in the third game and came out ready to play, scoring 3 runs in the first inning and winning 7-2. The Diamondbacks head to Pittsburgh to play the Pirates for a three game series starting on the 24, and you can still get tickets for $9 and up.
The Arizona Diamondbacks had their way with the Colorado Rockies last night, defeating the struggling home team handily 5-1. For the Rockies, this loss continues their “hometown curse.” Although they look unstoppable on the road, they have a cringe-worthy 4-10 record at Coors Field. This is just the second of three games the D-backs will play at Coors, and based on their performance last night, the Rockies should be worried for tonight’s final matchup. Catch the Diamondbacks when they return to Phoenix and Chase Field on Thursday, May 12 to face off against the San Francisco Giants. Tickets are currently available for purchase at prices starting as low as $9.
The Arizona Diamondbacks are about a month into their season, but they are already dominating the competition. With 11 victories, they hold the number two spot in National League West and are just one win behind the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Diamondbacks have won once and lost once in their current set with the St. Louis Cardinals. Two games remain, then they will prepare to host the Colorado Rockies. Afterward, the Diamondbacks will be hitting the road, so be sure to catch them in action before then. Their set against the Rockies will begin on April 29th with tickets for the opener starting at just $10. Come out and show your support.
The Arizona Diamondbacks finished their Spring Training with some wins and losses. They beat the Giants on Monday, March 28, followed by a loss against the Rockies the next day. They beat the Athletics 12-9 in an amazing rally from behind, but then lost again against the Rockies in their final Spring Training game on March 31. The Diamondbacks play a pair of exhibition games against the Royals at home, and then they have a day off before their Home Opener on April 4 against the Rockies. Zach Greinke is scheduled to start against the Rockies. You can still buy tickets to the games, with prices for the exhibition games starting at just $8.
3/14/16 - With opening day just a few weeks away, the Arizona Diamondbacks are getting the team ready for the season. This week, the Diamondbacks announced some roster moves, leaving 46 players in their major league camp. They chose to option Matt Koch to Mobile and Cody Hall to Reno. They also sent 11 players to their minor-league camp. There are also rumors surrounding the Diamondbacks that they may be trading Nick Ahmed to St. Louis. In their latest preseason game, the Diamondbacks beat Seattle 8-3, despite Zack Greinke allowing three runs during the third inning. The Diamondbacks next play the Reds at Salt River Fields, and you can still get tickets to catch the action in person for prices starting at $29.
9/21/15 - The Arizona Diamondbacks are off to a great start against the Los Angeles Dodgers. They have won the first of four games against the historic team and are in pursuit of taking home the last two games to complete a clean sweep. Their last game on September 22 went completely the way that any baseball team would want it to go. The Diamondbacks pitcher, Robbie Ray, was on fire on Tuesday night when he threw six shutout innings. Not only was Arizona doing well on the defensive side, they were able to score one run in the fourth, two in the seventh, and five in the ninth inning. Watch the Arizona Diamondbacks play the Dodgers live again on September 24. Tickets are still available and start at $1 each.
9/14/15 - After losing the first of three games against the Padres, the Arizona Diamondbacks came back the next night to win. The game started out looking like the Padres may just take another win after they were ahead 2-0 at the top of the sixth inning. The Diamondbacks finally got on board at the bottom of that inning, and then a five run seventh gave them the victory. A.J. Pollock's three run homer brought in most of the runs that inning, and he had help from a triple from Nick Ahmed. The two teams have one more game on the 16th, and then the Diamondbacks head to San Francisco for three games against the Giants starting on the 18th. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $6.
9/7/15 - The Arizona Diamondbacks have been through their fair share of struggles over the last week, but they should be able to relax a little in the coming days. Specifically, their most recent series of away games has been a challenge. To finish it off, the Diamondback faced the Chicago Cubs, but they were unfortunately unable to pull out a single victory. The Diamondback are back on their own field now, however, and they have already scored a win over the San Francisco Giants. On September 7th, they managed to shut out the Giants all the way until the eighth inning. With a final score of 1-6, it is definitely one of the Diamondback's strongest games. If they are picking up momentum, you will want to catch them live as they continue to play back in Arizona.
8/31/15 - The Arizona Diamondbacks are playing their hardest to recover from losing four games in a row to the Cardinals, one of the best teams in the league. Things were looking good as the Diamondbacks won the first game in their series against the Oakland Athletics, but the three games that remained went in the favor of the Athletics. The Diamondbacks are currently tied in their four-game series with the Colorado Rockies, each team taking home one win. On September 1, the Diamondbacks were able to score in almost every inning to keep up with the Rockies. However, it was the seventh inning that all of the magic happened. The Diamondbacks pulled in three runs and were able to win the game 6-4. Watch them live as they continue their series with the Rockies.
8/24/15 - After winning four games in a row to take the series against the Reds, the Arizona Diamondbacks opened up the series against the Cardinals at home with a loss. The Cardinals currently have the best record in the National League, making them a strong opponent for the Diamondbacks as they work to maintain and better their .500 record. The Diamondbacks called up Jhoulys Chacin to start the game on Monday, who pitched for seven innings and allowed three runs, two of which were earned, and six hits. The Diamondbacks had 14 hits off of the Cardinals, but they were unable to capitalize on them. They will look to do better when they play the Cardinals again on the 25, 26, and 27. You can still buy tickets priced as low as $5.
8/17/15 - There’s still plenty of baseball left before the postseason rolls around, a fact not lost on the Arizona Diamondbacks. The D-Backs picked up a crucial 4-1 win over Pittsburgh on Monday, as Jeremy Hellickson out-pitched Garrit Cole on the road to earn his ninth victory of the season. One more W puts Arizona back at the .500 mark, and although the National League Wild Card spots are currently owned by teams with 60-plus wins, one or two good hot streaks puts the Diamondbacks right back in contention. Arizona will return home to Chase Field beginning 8/24 to open a four-game set against the NL-best St. Louis. Grab your tickets for Cardinals vs. Diamondbacks on Monday night! Great seats are available starting at just $12 each!
8/10/15 - There are still a number of teams between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the second wild card spot in the National League, but sitting just 7.5 games back with about 50 left to play, anything’s possible. The D-Backs took their series against the Reds over the weekend 2-1 and started their current set versus Philly with a bang. Arizona took a 13-3 win, scoring three runs in the fifth and half a dozen more in the sixth to blow it open. The victory lifted the Diamondbacks within one game of the .500 mark, and with the Giants recently dropping four straight, all bets are off in the NL West. The D-Backs head to Atlanta this weekend to face off with the Braves in a three-game series. Get your tickets for Friday night starting at $10!
8/3/15 - The Arizona Diamondbacks have ended their impressive winning streak, but they are still doing very well. During their second set of their current away series, against the Houston Astros, the Diamondback hit a slight snag. After winning the opener by 6-4, they lost the final two matchups. However, they have already come out victorious in the opener against the Washington Nationals, again winning with 6-4. The Nationals will be the last team the Diamondback play on the road, returning to Arizona on August 7th to host the Cincinnati Reds. Tickets are already available. You can secure your spot in the stands for as little as $10. Hopefully the Diamondbacks will be able to really take off once they are back on their own field again.
7/27/15 - The Arizona Diamondbacks are on a roll. They have won three games in a row, and have won four of the last five of their games. They opened their four game series against the Brewers with an 8-3 win. The next night, the Brewers snagged the win, but the Diamondbacks shut them out for the next two games. In the first of three games against the Mariners, the Diamondbacks won 4-3 in 10 innings, thanks to a sacrifice fly by Jake Lamb. Paul Goldschmidt and Willington Castillo both homered during the game. The Diamondbacks remain in Seattle for two more games on the 28th and 29th, before they head to Houston for a three game series starting on the 31st. You can still get tickets for all the games, with prices starting at $21.
7/20/15 - The Arizona Diamondbacks finally ended their six game losing streak when they won the first of three games against the Marlins on July 20. Rubby De La Rosa took the win, giving up five hits and walking five batters. The Diamondbacks were the first to get on the board when David Peralta had two RBIs off of a single in the third inning. De La Rosa drove in a run during the sixth inning to secure their 3-1 lead. The next night, the Diamondbacks were shut out, unable to repeat the victory. The two teams meat one more time this series, and the Diamondbacks will strive to take the series. Then, they host the Brewers for a four game series starting on July 23. You can still get tickets for all the games, starting at $3.
7/13/15 - The Arizona Diamondbacks just finished up their series of away games and their performance was divided. First, they remained undefeated against the Texas Rangers, even scoring as many as seven runs on July 8th's game. However, they faced the New York Mets and the Diamondback just could not pull out a victory. They feel short by two points during each of the three matchups. Even though they ended that series on a low note, they are now returning to Arizona and are set to make a comeback. The Diamondbacks are in the middle of the NL Western Division and are just four wins behind the number two team, the San Francisco Giants. With home games lasting through the end of July, they are in prime position to move up, especially because their first opponents are the Giants.
7/6/15 - It turns out the Arizona Diamondbacks will indeed have a representative in the starting lineup at the 2015 All-Star Game. Paul Goldschmidt was voted in by fans as the first base starter in the National League, collecting 9.1 million votes for the right to his third appearance in the Fall Classic. The D-Backs have put together some decent play as of late to go with the announcement, taking three straight against the Rockies at home to boost their record to 40-42 on the season. After wrapping up their current road trip, Arizona will return to Chase Field to host the world champion SF Giants beginning 7/17. Secure your seats for this critical NL West series now! Tickets start at just $18 each for Friday night action in Phoenix.
6/29/15 - They’ve managed to hang on to third place in the NL West, but it was a tough week for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Losing five out of their last seven including each of their last two series, the D-Backs have dropped to 37-41 on the season. It has been their good fortune that the rest of the division has generally faltered at about the same rate, with only the first-place Dodgers doing better than .500 over their last 10 games. It remains to be seen whether Paul Goldschmidt will indeed get the start at first base in the upcoming All Star Game, although his .352 batting average leads the majors and would make him a tough omission. Arizona will head to Citi Field starting 7/10 to square off with the Mets and tickets are on sale now! Get seats for Friday night’s game starting at $15.
6/22/15 - Since sweeping the defending world champs ten days ago, the Arizona Diamondbacks can’t put together a winning streak—although they also haven’t lost consecutive games in nearly two weeks. The D-Backs continue to hover just below the .500 mark, good for third place in the NL West and only four back of Los Angeles for the lead. Arizona got homers from A.J. Pollock and Paul Goldschmidt in their series-clinching victory over the Padres. “Goldy” leads NL first basemen in the most recent All Star voting returns, holding a comfortable 2.5 million vote lead over Adrian Gonzalez. The two premiere infielders will match up at Chase Field starting Monday the 29th as the Diamondbacks host the Dodgers in a crucial three-game series. Tickets start at $13 for the opener and they’re on sale now!
6/15/15 - The Arizona Diamondbacks are feeling pretty good about their last few games. They are currently on a four-game winning streak and are confident coming off of a three game sweep against the San Francisco Giants. Their present opponent is the Los Angeles Angels and they are off to a good start with the first W under their belts. A lot of the credit goes to Diamondbacks pitcher, Robbie Ray, who only allowed two hits in seven scoreless innings. The game on June 15 was only his tenth major league baseball start, but he has proven that he can handle this position. Two homers from Paul Goldschmidt and Yasmany Tomas also helped put the Diamondbacks over the Angels. See if they can sweep the Angels as well when they continue their series this week. Tickets are still available starting at $6 a piece.
6/10/15 - The Arizona Diamondbacks were doing incredibly well, but they seem to have lost their game. They managed to win two of three games three sets in a row: against the Brewers, the Braves, and the Mets. After the last set ended, the Diamondbacks hit the road and they just could not compete against the Los Angeles Dodgers. After losing 3-9 in the opener, Arizona failed to get a single victory. This means they have lost four consecutive matches. The Diamondback had nearly overtaken the San Diego Padres and secured the third spot in their division, but this losing streak has sent them straight to the bottom position. A new set begins on June 12th and it may be the time for the Diamondback to start working their way back up.
6/1/15 - With back-to-back series wins, the Arizona Diamondbacks are closing in on third place in the NL West division, just a half-game back of the Padres. The D-Backs took two of three each versus the Brewers and Braves in the past week, running their record up to 25-27 on the season. Arizona’s most recent win may have been their most impressive of the season, as they rallied from a 6-0 deficit in the second inning to come all the way back for a 9-8 victory at home against Atlanta. The Diamondbacks host the resurgent Mets at home over the weekend and tickets for all four games are on sale now! Come to Chase Field on Friday night with seats starting at just $9, Saturday night from $17, or the Sunday afternoon game with seats from $11!
5/25/15 - Starting off the season with a 21-25 losing record isn’t something any MLB team wants to experience, but the Arizona Diamondbacks are working hard to get out of their losing deficit. The Diamondbacks had a three game series against the Chicago Cubs and were able to walk away with two wins and one loss. Unfortunately, things didn’t go so well when they took on the St. Louis Cardinals. During their third game, it all came down to the final inning. Jason Heyward of the Cardinals punched out a homer to tie the game in the ninth, leading to Peter Bourjos’ sliding into the Diamondbacks catcher to score the winning run. See if the Diamondbacks can pull out of their three game losing streak when they play against the Atlanta Braves. Tickets for that series start at $4 a piece.
5/18/15 - It took 13 innings to bring a four-game losing streak to an end for the Arizona Diamondbacks, but they finally got it done against the Marlins on Monday. The D-Backs are on their fourth game of their current road trip, which began with a three-game sweep by the Phillies to drop Arizona to 16-21 on the year and eight games back in the NL West. The Diamondbacks got the monkey off their collective back, though, getting a clutch double from David Peralta in the top of the 13th to bring home Chris Owings and ultimately win the game. ‘Zona spoiled the managerial debut of Dan Jennings, who took over after releasing previous manager Mike Redmond. They’ll continue their series at Miami through Thursday, tickets are on sale now for each game starting at $14!
5/11/15 - Any baseball fan will tell you that it’s a strange game sometimes. Twenty-four hours after suffering an 11-1 loss to the hot-hitting Nationals, the Arizona Diamondbacks responded with a 14-6 thumping of Washington behind seven solid innings from starting pitcher Rubby De La Rosa. David Peralta had a run and three hits in five at-bats, and 2B Chris Owings added three runs on a 3-for-5 performance of his own. The D-Backs will wrap up their series versus the Nats on Wednesday afternoon and tickets are still available from just $9! After a day of rest, Arizona heads to Philadelphia for three games versus the Phillies. Tickets for Citizens Bank Park are on sale now, with seats for Friday night’s game starting at just $18 each.
5/4/15 - Just a game behind the Rockies and two behind the Padres for third place in the division, the Arizona Diamondbacks are trailing in the NL West but not by much. After posting back-to-back wins against Colorado, the D-Backs dropped three straight to the first-place Dodgers in Los Angeles. The first two games of their current series with the Rockies have been rained out, with a double-header upcoming on Wednesday to make up one of them. Arizona will then head home to begin a four-game set versus San Diego beginning on Thursday night. Tickets are on sale now for all four contests at Chase Field! Get great seats for any of the first three evening games or for Sunday’s afternoon matchup. Prices start at $8 for Padres vs. Diamondbacks on Thursday.
4/27/15 - Hovering just above the defending world champions in the National League West standings, the Arizona Diamondbacks are looking to jump start an offense that ranks among the bottom-third of the big leagues. After splitting a two-game series with the Texas Rangers last week, Arizona dropped three straight versus Pittsburgh to fall two games below .500 on the season. The D-Backs nearly rallied from a four-run deficit against the Rockies on Monday evening, but couldn’t convert with runners at the corners in the ninth to complete the comeback. Arizona continues a three-game set with Colorado this week, concluding at Chase Field in Phoenix on Wednesday evening before they move on to Los Angeles for a series versus the Dodgers. Tickets are available for Rockies vs. Diamondbacks starting at just $5 each!
4/20/15 - The Diamondbacks won three out of the four games in their recent series against the Giants. The teams' first matchup was a back and forth game, but the Diamondbacks were able to come away the victors, thanks to a 12th inning double by Aaron Hill that brought in two runs and broke the tie. The next day, the Diamondbacks dominated, beating the Giants 9-0. The Giants were able to defeat the Diamondbacks in the third match up, but the Diamondbacks came back to win 5-1 in the fourth game. Jeremy Hellickson finally got a win after having 11 winless starts. After losing against the Rangers on the 21st, the Diamondbacks face them one more time on the 22nd before hosting the Pirates for three games. Tickets remain available, with prices starting at $5.
4/15/15 - After winning their 3 game series against the Rangers 2-1, the Arizona Diamondbacks have won one and lost one against the Padres, with one game left in this three game series. The teams first met on April 13, where the Padres won 8-4. Ender Inciarte knocked in four runs to help the Diamondbacks secure the victory over the Padres. Rubby De La Rosa was on the mound for the Diamondbacks, allowing three runs in his six innings of play. The next day, the teams met once again, with the Padres winning 1-5. Arizona's sole run came from a RBI by Mark Trumbo. They meet once again on April 15, before Arizona heads to San Francisco to meet with the Giants. Tickets are still available, with prices starting at $7.
4/10/15 - The Arizona Diamondbacks opened their season with a series of games against the San Francisco Giants. Out of the three games played, the D-backs were able to take home one win. Their home opener game on April 6 ended in a 4-5 loss for the Diamondbacks. Both teams scored in the third inning, but it was the fifth inning that set the Giants apart from Arizona. The Giants were able to bring in four runs against Josh Collmenter, the Diamondbacks pitcher. Even though the D-backs pulled off three runs in the ninth inning, it just wasn’t enough to add another win to their record. See how they do when they face off against the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 10 at the Chase Field. Tickets are still available starting at $9.
3/26/15 - Both the fans and the team members of the Arizona Diamondbacks are ready to start regular season play. The Diamondbacks are working hard and getting into the teamwork groove right now at spring training. On March 26, 2015 the Diamondbacks hit the field to compete against the San Diego Padres. The starting pitcher for the Padres, Brandon Morrow, was benched due to a blister on his hand and was replaced by backup pitcher Ordisamer Despaigne. It was looking as if the Padres would walk away with the win, leading the game 3-1 to start the eighth inning. However, Brett Wallace slammed one home during the bottom of the eighth bringing in two runs for the Diamondbacks that tied the game. Watch them play against the Kansas City Royals on March 29. Tickets start at $15.
3/18/15 - With just over two weeks remaining until MLB’s Opening Day, the Arizona Diamondbacks are looking like a team set on turning the page after their last-place finish in the 2014 season, currently ranked third in the Cactus League with a record of 10-6. They picked up another spring training win on Wednesday, 6-2 over the Colorado Rockies. After missing over two seasons due to a pair of reconstructive elbow surgeries and returning last year as a reliever, RHP Daniel Hudson pitched two innings for a third time this month, as he continues his quest to return to the starting rotation. Arizona will take on the Rockies once again on Sunday afternoon, and you can pick up seats for Salt River Fields in Scottsdale for as low as $22!
3/9/15 - In the National League, the Arizona Diamondbacks lead the teams with a 5-1 record. They’re behind the Kansas City Royals (6-0) in the Cactus League. In Monday’s game against the Chicago White Sox, the Diamondbacks tied at 3-3. Arizona led the game at 2-0 until Chicago tied it up in the bottom of the seventh. Arizona’s upcoming games on their home turf during spring training feature the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday (3/12). Two days later, on Saturday, they host the Seattle Mariners in the afternoon. In an evening game, it’s the San Francisco Giants. Monday (3/16) brings the Chicago White Sox to Salt River Fields in Scottsdale. Tickets start at $21 for these games. Get your tickets now to see your Diamondbacks play some great baseball.
3/2/15 - When you’re watching the Arizona Diamondbacks in spring training games this week, you’ll see a black patch with the word “Kayla” on it. They are honoring the memory of Kayla Mueller, a young woman from Arizona who died in Syrian captivity. As the Cactus League opens on Thursday, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to come out and see how the D-Backs are shaping up. On Friday (3/6), they face the Oakland Athletics. The San Francisco Giants are next on Sunday (3/8). On Wednesday (3/11), the Los Angeles Angels join the D-Backs on Salt River Fields. Tickets for any of these games start at $19. If you’re in the Scottsdale, Arizona area, you have to come out and cheer for your team. It’s a great afternoon of fun.
2/23/15 - The Diamondbacks' pitchers and catchers started spring training last week and the rest of their team joined them on Feb. 24th. The season is just around the corner, but many are skeptical of Arizona's chances. They finished last in the 2014 season, but fans are very hopeful for the Arizona Diamondback in 2015. Peter O'Brien, Brandon Drury, and Socrates Brito are three new additions to the team that could really impress this season. You will not have to wait very long to see if their new team members will make a difference, because the first game of the preseason in less than a week away. Catch the D-backs as they play the Arizona State University Sun Devils on March 3rd. Tickets start at only $12.
2/5/15 - As the 2015 season quickly approaches, the Arizona Diamondbacks are getting ready for action. Their first game will be on April 6th, against the San Francisco Giants at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona. If you want to celebrate the new season right from the first day, you can catch the Diamondbacks' home opener for as little as $17. Alternatively, if you just cannot wait until April, the preseason starts for Arizona on March 3rd. The Diamondbacks will be playing the Arizona State Sun Devils on Salt River Fields in Scottsdale. You can get seats for that game for even less, with tickets starting at $8. There is a game for you to catch nearly every day until the season starts. Also be sure to keep an eye on the pitchers and catchers report on Feb. 19th and 20th.
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The NL West Could Run Through Arizona
After a few too many seasons of watching San Francisco and Los Angeles vie for the top spot in the division, the Diamondbacks have the pieces to make 2016 their year. Zack Greinke was arguably the most dominate pitcher in the National League last season, and with him anchoring an upgraded pitching staff, AZ has a real shot at winning the West. Don’t delay in getting your cheap Arizona Diamondbacks tickets, as this bandwagon will surely fill.
Is Anyone Better Than Goldy?
Paul Goldschmidt may have lost the MVP honors to the National’s Bryce Harper, but that doesn’t take away from his incredible 2015. A quick look at the 1st baseman’s stats shows he’s the real deal:
It doesn’t matter if he’s facing a righty or a lefty; every Paul Goldschmidt at-bat offers a chance for fans to see the ball leave the yard.
- 33 homeruns
- 110 RBI
- .321 batting average
The Diamondbacks only finished a few games behind SF last season, and now that they’ve taken Greinke from LA, there’s no reason to consider them anything less than serious contenders to win the division.
Discount tickets are still available to see your Arizona Diamondbacks in what’s sure to be an exciting season. The NL West title always comes down to the wire, so get your tickets now!