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Jhoulys Chacin is back in the majors

We haven’t heard much about right-hander Jhoulys Chacin since he was released by the Rockies during spring training, but he’s back in the majors now as a member of the suddenly-relevant Diamondbacks and will start tonight against the Cardinals. 165 more words

Arizona Diamondbacks place Jeremy Hellickson on DL

The Arizona Diamondbacks placed right-handed pitcher Jeremy Hellickson on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring. Hellickson suffered in the injury on Monday in the sixth inning. 27 more words

MLB

Diamondbacks @ Pirates Series Recap

One last look at the series that was between the Arizona Diamondbacks (58-61) and the Pittsburgh Pirates (71-47). 

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The first and third games of the series featured very similar outcomes for both teams. 426 more words

Pittsburgh Pirates

Diamondbacks place Jeremy Hellickson on disabled list, recall Chase Anderson

Right-hander Chase Anderson’s demotion to the minors was a brief one, as the Diamondbacks recalled him as the corresponding move to placing right-hander Jeremy Hellickson on the disabled list with a hamstring injury. 105 more words

Diamondbacks Fall Short in Sweep Effort

The Arizona Diamondbacks had an outstanding series against the Philadelphia Phillies the past three days and went for the sweep today, but fell short when a call was made in the bottom of the eighth inning that didn’t go in the Diamondbacks favor. 532 more words

NL East

Latos, Marlins Face DBacks Looking To End Road Skid

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PHOENIX (CBSMiami/AP) – Things just aren’t going the Miami Marlins way in 2015.

The Arizona Diamondbacks ended a lengthy skid in this series opener by adding to one for the Marlins. 480 more words

Sports

Game Notes vs. ARI (06.27) Friars Hope to Leapfrog Snakes in NL West with Win on Saturday

The Padres looked sharp on Friday as they used effective small ball and timely baserunning to earn a decisive 4-2 victory over the Diamondbacks at Petco Park. 449 more words

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