Diamondbacks general manager Kevin Towers said Wednesday that it's "unlikely" the team will trade right fielder Justin Upton this offseason, but it will not be for a lack of dialogue.
Justin Upton, the subject of trade rumors, could very well be at a crossroads in terms of his future with the Diamondbacks.
The Phillies, Yankees and Orioles top the list of teams that have the best combination of guys who play in the middle of the field.
After two consecutive abysmal seasons, the Diamondbacks are doing things a whole lot differently both on and off the field this spring.
After finishing the '09 season on the DL, these nine guys are healthy and ready to make an impact. Is there a comeback player of the year in the mix?
Already among baseball's best sluggers, Mark Reynolds is more concerned about being a complete player than he is about his record number of strikeouts.
If the Diamondbacks are going to show they're for real in the NL West, new faces need to acclimate and old questions must be answered.
Randy Johnson is feeling confident, healthy and quite spry. It showed in his second Cactus League start this spring, as Johnson pitched shutout ball and struck out seven Diamondbacks in three innings of work.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have reached agreement on a three-year, $14.25 million guaranteed contract extension with catcher Chris Snyder.
The Padres rank among the National League's worst offenses. Is it just an early-season slump or sign of a season-long slumber?
Last season Cliff Lee was demoted, Scott Olsen was arrested and Milton Bradley tore his ACL. But now they're among the top comeback stories of 2008.
Maybe it's due to maturity. Maybe they're more patient at the plate. But whatever the reason, the D-backs now have one of the most powerful lineups in all of baseball.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have reached agreement on a minor league contract with veteran Trot Nixon, according to a baseball source.
New addition Dan Haren has little in common with D-backs ace Brandon Webb except for one key area: getting hitters out.
Veteran outfielder Trot Nixon, still hoping to latch on with a big league club as a free agent, auditioned for the Diamondbacks at the team's spring training complex on Sunday.
An Arizona team that posted the best record in the National League in 2007 just got a whole lot more formidable.