Justin Upton, the subject of trade rumors, could very well be at a crossroads in terms of his future with the Diamondbacks.
Arizona Diamondbacks president Derrick Hall said that there's "close to a 100 percent chance nothing happens" with Justin Upton between now and the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline.
Diamondbacks shortstop Stephen Drew is making progress in his rehab, but he's still feeling his way along and trying to learn how much stress his ankle can endure.
In his second season since joining the Diamondbacks, Ian Kennedy has quietly "set the pace" for the surprising NL West leaders.
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.
More than two months after being drafted by the Washington Nationals with the No. 1 overall pick, Bryce Harper remains unsigned. The two sides have until Monday to hammer out a deal.
While Opening Day is fast approaching, several teams are still uncertain about who their leadoff hitter will be.
After missing nearly all of last season with a shoulder injury, Brandon Webb is confident he will return to his dominating ways in 2010.
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.
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 Dodgers followed up an eight-game losing streak with an eight-game winning streak to now lead the NL West.
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.
New addition Dan Haren has little in common with D-backs ace Brandon Webb except for one key area: getting hitters out.
The Diamondbacks won the season series with the Padres, but the NL West still is up for grabs.
To get to the playoffs, the Diamondbacks need their veterans to be difference-makers in September.