The Arizona Diamondbacks will host a pre-game street festival celebrating Hispanic Heritage Day this Saturday, September 10 beginning at 3 p.m.
The D-backs are kicking off summer break by offering free tickets for kids 15 and under, from June 6-12 with purchase of a full-price adult ticket.
The new name for the street will be dedicated during a public ceremony on May 12 at 5 p.m. with Johnson and other D-backs leadership in attendance.
PetSmart® and Arizona Diamondbacks team up to create first-ever season-long dog-friendly ballpark in the U.S.
Taking place Saturday, Feb. 20 from noon – 4 p.m. at Chase Field, this free fan fest includes meet & greets, games, giveaways and more.
The Diamondback’s will honor pitcher and Baseball Hall of Famer Randy Johnson with a pregame retirement ceremony at this Saturday’s game.
Kids 12 and younger receive a free D-backs ticket with the purchase of an adult ticket May 25 and 26.
Didn’t matter if you were young, old, hip or a little nerdy, the 2009 Singles Night with the DBacks had someone for every lonely single. Fox Sports roamed the crowd the entire night looking for people to show on TV, there was a bingo contest which included items such as “socks and sandals” and “tramp stamp” and plenty of tequila tasting (one per ticket, which, well, could have been better).
During the day, Cindy McBride works in a dental office, but off hours, she is the Diamondbacks’ biggest fan. McBride has hand-made flags for almost every Diamondbacks player and pom-pom routines for various moments in the games. She waves the banners enthusiastically as each player steps up to bat, dances between innings and yells encouragingly… Read more
The Arizona Diamondbacks faced the Florida Marlins for their final game of the series on Sunday after coming off of two back-to-back victories. Florida would start the game with a bang, knocking in three runs in the first inning. The D-backs were unable to get anything going offensively as they tried to help earn another… Read more