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  • Passion for hitting fuels Martinez's success
    As a child growing up in southern Florida, J.D. Martinez -- who clubbed 29 homers in just 62 games with the D-backs this season -- picked up the game of baseball at a very young age.
  • Goldschmidt selects scholarship recipients
    Since getting his degree from University of Phoenix several years ago, D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt has worked to encourage others to do the same.
  • La Russa leaving D-backs at end of month
    After watching the D-backs struggle in 2016, front-office executive Tony La Russa didn't feel he could walk away from the Arizona organization despite the dismissal of his handpicked general manager Dave Stewart and manager Chip Hale.
  • D-backs' Arizona Fall League overview
    William Boor checks in on the D-backs' Arizona Fall League participants, led by the versatile Jack Reinheimer.
  • #AwardWorthy: Vote J.D. for Best Performance
    Vote J.D. Martinez for Best Performance in the 2017 Esurance MLB Awards, baseball's ultimate honors.
  • D-backs progressed, surprised everyone in '17
    There was not a whole lot the D-backs wanted to remember from 2016, but when it came to 2017, well, the memories could fill a book.
  • After 'frustrating' end, D-backs look ahead
    D-backs players, looking tired and still somewhat in shock over their quick exit from the National League Division Series presented by T-Mobile the night before, drifted in and out of the home clubhouse at Chase Field on Tuesday morning.
  • Elbow not issue as Goldy wraps MVP-caliber '17
    The final freeze frame for Paul Goldschmidt of the 2017 season on Monday night was the right-handed hitter flailing and missing at Kenley Jansen's full-count, 95-mph cutter just off the outside of the plate.
  • D-backs will reflect after the sting wears off
    There will be a time the D-backs reflect on how magical a season 2017 was and how much they accomplished. Monday night, though, just minutes after watching their postseason run come to a crashing halt with a 3-1 loss to the Dodgers, was not that time.
  • Man on a mission: Trip opened Hoover's eyes
    His demeanor on the mound in 2017 was hushed and tranquil, but Arizona Diamondbacks relief pitcher J.J. Hoover is a fierce competitor with a passion for four things: God, family, farming and baseball. Before signing with the club last offseason, Hoover and his wife Megan-Kate were able to parlay all four of those passions into a two-week goodwill tour of Ethiopia, Zimbabwe and South Africa.
  • Greinke's great season ends on sour note
    D-backs ace Zack Greinke's search for command Monday night led him to throw 29 first-inning pitches. His count would grow to 88 through four frames, but he trailed then by only a single run and would throw however many it took.
  • D-backs KO'd as Greinke unable to slow LA
    With Cody Bellinger driving in runs and Yu Darvish and the bullpen preventing them, the Dodgers completed their three-game sweep of the National League Division Series presented by T-Mobile on Monday with a 3-1 victory over the D-backs at Chase Field to reach the NL Championship Series for the second consecutive year.
  • Potential free-agent fits for J.D. Martinez
    J.D. Martinez slugged 29 home runs in 62 regular-season games with the D-backs -- and one more in four postseason tilts -- after arriving in a July trade from the Tigers, an astonishing display of power that helped the franchise earn its first playoff berth since 2011.
  • Lovullo: 'They deserved to win this series'
    If anyone looked poised to give the Dodgers an early exit from another postseason, it was the Diamondbacks -- one of two National League clubs with a winning record against the best regular-season team in the Majors. But regular-season head-to-head matchups mean little in October.
  • D-backs set foundation for 2018 and beyond
    Even though the D-backs' season ended on Monday night with a loss to the Dodgers in the NLDS, manager Torey Lovullo and GM Mike Hazen built a red-brick foundation that should stand for 2018 and beyond.
  • J.D. heads to FA with fond D-backs memories
    Outfielder J.D. Martinez is confident that the future is bright for the Arizona Diamondbacks, but whether he will be part of it is not as clear.
  • Dodgers-D-backs NLDS Game 3: In Real Life
    The Dodgers swept the D-backs in the National League Division Series presented by T-Moble with a 3-1 win on Monday night at Chase Field. With the clinch, Los Angeles advances to its second straight NL Championship Series. We were on the scene in Phoenix.
  • D-backs' Top 30 prospects list
    Who do the D-backs have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Arizona's Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch.
  • NLDS Game 3: Lovullo postgame interview
    D-backs manager Torey Lovullo discusses Game 3 of the National League Division Series against the Dodgers
  • Perez thrives at, behind plate in AFL opener
    After a breakout season in which he reached Triple-A for the first time, Michael Perez made an immediate impact on both sides of the ball on Tuesday in his Arizona Fall League debut.
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