ARI Diamondbacks

ARI Diamondbacks

Leagues Played
MLB 919 MLB Exhibition 169
Links
Wikipedia

Results

MLB 10/05 20:10 - [19] ARI Diamondbacks v MIL Brewers [12] W 4-2
MLB 10/04 23:40 - [19] ARI Diamondbacks v MIL Brewers [13] L 0-3
MLB 10/03 23:40 - [19] ARI Diamondbacks v MIL Brewers [13] L 5-6
MLB 10/02 20:05 - [19] ARI Diamondbacks v SF Giants [15] L 3-4
MLB 10/01 20:05 - [19] ARI Diamondbacks v SF Giants [15] W 8-4
MLB 10/01 02:15 - [19] ARI Diamondbacks v SF Giants [15] L 4-10
MLB 09/30 01:45 - [23] ARI Diamondbacks v SF Giants [15] L 4-6
MLB 09/28 00:10 - [19] ARI Diamondbacks v HOU Astros [2] L 2-10
MLB 09/25 19:40 - [16] SF Giants v ARI Diamondbacks [19] L 3-2
MLB 09/25 00:10 - [16] SF Giants v ARI Diamondbacks [19] W 2-5
MLB 09/24 01:40 - [16] SF Giants v ARI Diamondbacks [19] L 6-5
MLB 09/22 02:10 - [19] ARI Diamondbacks v LA Dodgers [1] W 6-1

Wikipedia - Arizona Diamondbacks

The Arizona Diamondbacks (colloquially known as the D-backs) are an American professional baseball team based in Phoenix. The Diamondbacks compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the National League (NL) West division. The franchise was established as an expansion team and began play in 1998. The team plays its home games at Chase Field, formerly known as Bank One Ballpark. Along with the Tampa Bay Rays, the Diamondbacks are one of the newest teams in MLB.

After a fifth-place finish in their inaugural season, the Diamondbacks made several off-season acquisitions, including future Hall of Fame pitcher Randy Johnson, who won four consecutive Cy Young Awards in his first four seasons with the team. In 1999, Arizona won 100 games and their first division championship. In 2001, they won the World Series over the three-time defending champion New York Yankees, becoming the fastest expansion team in major league history to win the World Series, and the only major professional sports team in the state of Arizona to win a championship.

From 1998 to 2022, the Diamondbacks have an overall record of 1,914-2,034 (.485).