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3/4/2015 | De La Rosa makes strong case for rotation spot in debut

Bidding for a spot in the D-backs rotation, Rubby De La Rosa made a bright impression on his 26th birthday. In two innings against the Rockies, he struck out two and demonstrated resolve in escaping a second-inning test.

3/4/2015 | Quartet of Arizona hurlers twirl scoreless outings

The D-backs lost their shutout in the ninth inning of Wednesday's 6-2 win over the Rockies, but that didn't take away from a second straight impressive day turned in by the pitching staff. Two pitchers competing for rotation spots -- Rubby De La Rosa and Chase Anderson -- both pitched two scoreless innings.

3/4/2015 | De La Rosa impressive in first D-backs start

D-backs starter Rubby De La Rosa, who is battling for a rotation spot, tossed an impressive two shutout innings on his 26th birthday. The right-hander, acquired from the Red Sox in the Wade Miley deal, allowed one hit and struck out two in a 6-2 victory over the Rockies on Wednesday in front of 6,780 at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.

3/4/2015 | Reynolds briefly sidelined with sore right oblique

After missing the entire 2014 season while recovering from Tommy John surgery, D-backs left-hander Matt Reynolds was looking forward to a smooth Spring Training. Yet on the day he was supposed to throw his session of batting practice, he found himself back in the trainer's room, this time with a sore right oblique muscle.

3/4/2015 | Viewed as third baseman, Drury will also see time at second

The D-backs still view prospect Brandon Drury as a third baseman, but have not ruled out a future for him at second base. Last season, the 22-year-old played mostly third, but did make two appearances at second.

3/3/2015 | Hale praises D-backs' approach in exhibition win over ASU

The result does not count toward their Spring Training record, but that doesn't mean there weren't some noteworthy things to come out of the D-backs' 4-0 win over the Arizona State University Sun Devils on Tuesday afternoon.

3/3/2015 | Tomas turns in solid D-backs debut

Yasmany Tomas played five innings at third base and went 1-for-2 in the D-backs' 4-0 exhibition victory against Arizona State University on Tuesday, the Cuban's first game action since signing with Arizona as a free agent.

3/3/2015 | Goldschmidt singles in first at-bat since breaking hand

Paul Goldschmidt picked up right where he left off last July, as the D-backs first baseman singled sharply up the middle in his lone at-bat in Tuesday's 4-0 win in an exhibition game against Arizona State University.

3/3/2015 | D-backs honor Prescott resident killed in Syria

The D-backs wore black patches with "KAYLA" on them on their left shoulders for Tuesday's exhibition game against Arizona State University in memory of Prescott resident Kayla Mueller.

3/3/2015 | De La Rosa to start D-backs' Cactus League opener

Right-hander Rubby De La Rosa will get the start for the D-backs in their Cactus League opener on Wednesday afternoon against the Rockies at Salt River Fields.

3/2/2015 | D-backs take cover to stay on task despite downpour

In spite of the rain at Salt River Fields, the D-backs were able to get most of their work in Monday morning on the eve of their first exhibition game of the spring.

3/2/2015 | Peralta strives to stick around after breakthrough season

David Peralta's journey from struggling pitching prospect to Major League outfielder with the D-backs has been well documented. It helps explain why after a successful rookie season in 2014, he was not about to take anything for granted.

3/2/2015 | Hale looking forward to exhibition vs. Arizona State

The D-backs will play host to Arizona State University in an exhibition game Tuesday afternoon, and manager Chip Hale knows how playing against a big league team can be a big deal for college players.

3/1/2015 | D-backs, Rockies unveil newly renovated Lehi Field

The Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies on Sunday unveiled a newly renovated Lehi Field, a baseball facility in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in Mesa, Ariz.

3/1/2015 | As games approach, D-backs look to fine-tune

If you're trying to figure out what the D-backs' Opening Day roster is going to look like, do yourself a favor and stop. It's impossible to do right now.

3/1/2015 | Reed likely needs two weeks before taking mound

D-backs closer Addison Reed said it will likely be around two weeks before he gets back on the mound again after experiencing some soreness in his shoulder just before camp opened.

3/1/2015 | D-backs hold tryout camp at Salt River Fields

A little more than 100 players went through a tryout camp held by the D-backs on Saturday.

3/1/2015 | D-backs have some fun on photo day

The D-backs went through their annual photo day, which lasted about two hours Sunday morning.