Diamondbacks Release Tony Clark

The Arizona Diamondbacks have released first baseman Tony Clark. The veteran Clark batted just .182 (12-for-66) with four doubles, four home runs, and 11 RBI in 36 games for the D-backs in an injury-plagued season.
July 13, 2009

Diamondbacks Say "Ta-Ta" to Tucson

As expected, the Arizona Diamondbacks have formally severed their remaining ties with Southern Arizona. After moving their Triple-A Tucson affiliate to Reno this spring, they have now filed the paperwork that allows them to vacate their Tucson spring training complex after 2010.
June 20, 2009

Allison Has Fun with Extra Draft Picks

The loss of Orlando Hudson allowed Arizona Diamondbacks scouting director Tom Allison to secure two of the best hitters in the draft class. General manager Josh Byrnes assures us that he has the resources to sign all of Arizona's extra draft picks.
June 11, 2009

Josh Whitesell Gets Promotion to Big Leagues

The Arizona Diamondbacks recalled first baseman Josh Whitesell from Triple-A Reno today after placing first baseman Tony Clark on the 15-day disabled list with a strained ligament in his right hand. Whitesell was hitting .356 for Reno while Clark had been hitting .179 with Arizona.
May 6, 2009

Webb Heads to DL with Bursitis

The Arizona Diamondbacks have placed ace Brandon Webb on the 15-day disabled list, a move retroactive to April 7th. He has bursitis and fluid buildup in his right (throwing) shoulder that could be limiting his range of motion. Webb will miss at least one more start.
April 13, 2009

Arizona Diamondbacks Bullpen Battle

Seven Arizona Diamondbacks pitchers vie for three open bullpen spots this spring. Yusmeiro Petit has all but claimed one of those roles, which would leave a half dozen hurlers competing for the remaining two positions.
March 21, 2009

D-backs Sign Tony Clark to One-Year Contract

The Arizona Diamondbacks have agreed to terms with infielder Tony Clark on a one-year contract, as announced by D-backs executive vice president and general manager Josh Byrnes on Friday. Clark will make $800,000 in 2009.
January 2, 2009

Chris Snyder Nears 3-Year Extension

The Arizona Diamondbacks are close to extending the contract of catcher Chris Snyder through 2010 with a club option for 2011. Also: Info on the four players cut by Arizona and an update on the Tony Clark situation.
December 27, 2008