2017 Arizona Diamondbacks
National League Wild Card Winners
LeagueNational League
DivisionWest
BallparkChase Field
CityPhoenix, Arizona
Record93–69 (.574)
Divisional place2nd
OwnersKen Kendrick
General managersMike Hazen
ManagersTorey Lovullo
TelevisionFox Sports Arizona
(Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly, Greg Schulte)
RadioKMVP-FM (98.7)
(Greg Schulte, Tom Candiotti, Mike Ferrin)
KSUN (Spanish)
StatsESPN.com
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The 2017 Arizona Diamondbacks season was the franchise's 19th season in Major League Baseball and their 19th season at Chase Field and in Phoenix, Arizona. They began the season on April 2 at home against the San Francisco Giants. The Diamondbacks finished the season 93–69 to finish in second place in the National League West, 11 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers. They also flipped their record from the previous year, in which they went 69-93.

On September 24, the Diamondbacks clinched a Wild Card berth with losses by the Milwaukee Brewers and the St. Louis Cardinals. They also clinched home field for the Wild Card game after a 3–2 walk-off victory over the Miami Marlins. This marked the first trip to the playoffs for the Diamondbacks since 2011. In the NLWC Game, they defeated the Colorado Rockies to advance the NLDS against the division rival Los Angeles Dodgers. The Diamondbacks were then swept by the Dodgers in three games, ending their postseason run.

Offseason and spring training

During their pre-season spring training, the Diamondbacks participated in the Cactus League, finishing with a 15–15 win–loss record.[1] They also played two tied games that were not included in the standings.[2]

Regular season

Facing the Los Angeles Dodgers on September 4, Diamondbacks outfielder J. D. Martinez became the 18th player in MLB history to hit four home runs in a game. This performance meant that the Diamondbacks became the first team ever to have had a 20-strikeout game in nine innings (Randy Johnson, 2001), a perfect game (Johnson again, 2004) and a four-homer game (Martinez).[3]

Season standings

National League West

J. D. Martinez is greeted at home after hitting a grand slam in St. Louis, July 27, 2017. Cardinal catcher Carson Kelly looks on.
NL West
Team W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Dodgers 104 58 .642 57‍–‍24 47‍–‍34
Arizona Diamondbacks 93 69 .574 11 52‍–‍29 41‍–‍40
Colorado Rockies 87 75 .537 17 46‍–‍35 41‍–‍40
San Diego Padres 71 91 .438 33 43‍–‍38 28‍–‍53
San Francisco Giants 64 98 .395 40 38‍–‍43 26‍–‍55


National League Wild Card

Division Leaders
Team W L Pct.
Los Angeles Dodgers 104 58 .642
Washington Nationals 97 65 .599
Chicago Cubs 92 70 .568
Wild Card teams
(Top 2 teams qualify for postseason)
Team W L Pct. GB
Arizona Diamondbacks 93 69 .574 +6
Colorado Rockies 87 75 .537
Milwaukee Brewers 86 76 .531 1
St. Louis Cardinals 83 79 .512 4
Miami Marlins 77 85 .475 10
Pittsburgh Pirates 75 87 .463 12
Atlanta Braves 72 90 .444 15
San Diego Padres 71 91 .438 16
New York Mets 70 92 .432 17
Cincinnati Reds 68 94 .420 19
Philadelphia Phillies 66 96 .407 21
San Francisco Giants 64 98 .395 23


Record vs. opponents


Source: MLB Standings Grid – 2017
Team AZ ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 2–4 3–3 3–3 11–8 11–8 3–4 4–3 6–1 6–1 4–3 11–8 12–7 3–4 2–4 12–8
Atlanta 4–2 1–6 3–3 3–4 3–4 11–8 4–2 7–12 6–13 2–5 5–2 4–3 1–5 9–10 9–11
Chicago 3–3 6–1 12–7 2–5 2–4 4–3 10–9 4–2 4–3 10–9 2–4 4–3 14–5 3–4 12–8
Cincinnati 3–3 3–3 7–12 3–4 0–6 2–5 8–11 3–4 4–2 13–6 3–4 4–3 9–10 1–6 5–15
Colorado 8–11 4–3 5–2 4–3 10–9 2–4 4–3 3–3 5–2 3–3 12–7 12–7 2–4 3–4 10–10
Los Angeles 8–11 4–3 4–2 6–0 9–10 6–1 3–3 7–0 4–3 6–1 13–6 11–8 4–3 3–3 16–4
Miami 4–3 8–11 3–4 5–2 4–2 1–6 2–4 12–7 8–11 3–4 5–1 5–1 2–5 6–13 9–11
Milwaukee 3–4 2–4 9–10 11–8 3–4 3–3 4–2 5–2 3–3 9–10 5–2 3–4 11–8 4–3 11–9
New York 1–6 12–7 2–4 4–3 3–3 0–7 7–12 2–5 12–7 3–3 3–4 5–1 3–4 6–13 7–13
Philadelphia 1–6 13–6 3–4 2–4 2–5 3–4 11–8 3–3 7–12 2–5 1–5 4–3 1–5 8–11 5–15
Pittsburgh 3–4 5–2 9–10 6–13 3–3 1–6 4–3 10–9 3–3 5–2 3–3 1–5 8–11 4–3 10–10
San Diego 8–11 2–5 4–2 4–3 7–12 6–13 1–5 2–5 4–3 5–1 3–3 12–7 3–4 2–5 8–12
San Francisco 7–12 3–4 3–4 3–4 7–12 8–11 1–5 4–3 1–5 3–4 5–1 7–12 3–4 1–5 8–12
St. Louis 4–3 5–1 5–14 10–9 4–2 3–4 5–2 8–11 4–3 5–1 11–8 4–3 4–3 3–3 8–12
Washington 4–2 10–9 4–3 6–1 4–3 3–3 13–6 3–4 13–6 11–8 3–4 5–2 5–1 3–3 10–10


Game log

2017 Game Log 93–69 (Home: 52–29; Away: 41–40)
April: 16–11 (Home: 12–5; Away: 4–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
1 April 2 Giants 6–5 Rodney (1–0) Melancon (0–1) 49,016 1–0 W1
2 April 4 Giants 4–8 Cueto (1–0) Corbin (0–1) 19,378 1–1 L1
3 April 5 Giants 8–6 Walker (1–0) Moore (0–1) Rodney (1) 14,675 2–1 W1
4 April 6 Giants 9–3 De La Rosa (1–0) Samardzija (0–1) 15,308 3–1 W2
5 April 7 Indians 7–3 Miller (1–0) Tomlin (0–1) 22,443 4–1 W3
6 April 8 Indians 11–2 Greinke (1–0) Bauer (0–1) 28,437 5–1 W4
7 April 9 Indians 3–2 Corbin (1–1) Kluber (0–1) Rodney (2) 30,191 6–1 W5
8 April 10 @ Giants 1–4 Moore (1–1) Walker (1–1) 42,129 6–2 L1
9 April 11 @ Giants 4–3 Ray (1–0) Samardzija (0–2) Rodney (3) 41,562 7–2 W1
10 April 12 @ Giants 2–6 Cain (1–0) Miller (1–1) 41,656 7–3 L1
11 April 14 @ Dodgers 1–7 Kershaw (2–1) Greinke (1–1) 49,438 7–4 L2
12 April 15 @ Dodgers 4–8 Wood (1–0) Corbin (1–2) Jansen (3) 48,070 7–5 L3
13 April 16 @ Dodgers 3–1 Walker (2–1) Hill (1–1) Rodney (4) 39,822 8–5 W1
14 April 17 @ Dodgers 4–2 Hoover (1–0) Hatcher (0–1) Rodney (5) 35,448 9–5 W2
15 April 18 @ Padres 11–2 Miller (2–1) Cosart (0–1) 19,869 10–5 W3
16 April 19 @ Padres 0–1 Chacín (2–2) Greinke (1–2) Maurer (2) 17,089 10–6 L1
17 April 20 @ Padres 1–4 Richard (2–2) Corbin (2–2) Maurer (3) 17,831 10–7 L2
18 April 21 Dodgers 13–5 Bradley (1–0) Stripling (0–1) 27,018 11–7 W1
19 April 22 Dodgers 11–5 Ray (2–0) Maeda (1–2) 36,294 12–7 W2
20 April 23 Dodgers 2–6 McCarthy (3–0) Miller (2–2) 28,704 12–8 L1
21 April 24 Padres 7–6 Greinke (2–2) Chacín (2–3) Rodney (6) 14,758 13–8 W1
22 April 25 Padres 9–3 Corbin (3–2) Richard (2–3) 17,531 14–8 W2
23 April 26 Padres 5–8 Buchter (1–0) Rodney (1–1) Maurer (4) 12,215 14–9 L1
24 April 27 Padres 6–2 Walker (3–1) Weaver (0–2) 15,452 15–9 W1
25 April 28 Rockies 1–3 Freeland (3–1) Ray (2–1) Holland (10) 19,300 15–10 L1
26 April 29 Rockies 6–7 Estévez (3–0) Rodney (1–2) Holland (11) 30,445 15–11 L2
27 April 30 Rockies 2–0 (13) Delgado (1–0) Lyles (0–1) 23,613 16–11 W1
May: 17–11 (Home: 9–3; Away: 8–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
28 May 2 @ Nationals 6–3 McFarland (1–0) Roark (3–1) Rodney (7) 22,826 17–11 W2
29 May 3 @ Nationals 1–2 Turner (1–0) Ray (2–2) 23,816 17–12 L1
30 May 4 @ Nationals 2–4 Scherzer (4–2) Shipley (0–1) Romero (1) 29,496 17–13 L2
31 May 5 @ Rockies 6–3 Greinke (3–2) Márquez (0–2) Rodney (8) 30,030 18–13 W1
32 May 6 @ Rockies 1–9 Anderson (2–3) Corbin (2–4) 36,165 18–14 L1
33 May 7 @ Rockies 2–5 Chatwood (3–4) Walker (3–2) Holland (13) 39,175 18–15 L2
34 May 9 Tigers 3–7 Verlander (3–2) Ray (3–2) 20,445 18–16 L3
35 May 10 Tigers 7–1 Godley (1–0) Boyd(3–2) 18,897 19–16 W1
36 May 11 Pirates 2–1 Greinke (4–2) Cole (1–4) Rodney (9) 17,527 20–16 W2
37 May 12 Pirates 11–4 Corbin (3–4) Glasnow (1–3) 21,911 21–16 W3
38 May 13 Pirates 3–4 Williams (1–2) Walker (3–3) Watson (8) 31,673 21–17 L1
39 May 14 Pirates 4–6 Watson (2–0) Wilhelmsen (0–1) 34,088 21–18 L2
40 May 15 Mets 7–3 De La Rosa (2–0) Robles (4–1) 15,988 22–18 W1
41 May 16 Mets 5–4 Greinke(5–2) Milone (1–1) Rodney (10) 17,471 23–18 W2
42 May 17 Mets 5–4 Wilhelmsen (1–1) Montero (0–3) 19,842 24–18 W3
43 May 19 @ Padres 10–1 Walker (4–3) Weaver (0–5) Delgado (1) 22,187 25–18 W4
44 May 20 @ Padres 9–1 Ray (3–3) Perdomo (0–1) 29,969 26–18 W5
45 May 21 @ Padres 1–5 Richard (3–5) Godley (1–1) 27,198 26–19 L1
46 May 22 White Sox 5–1 Greinke (6–2) González (3–5) 18,333 27–19 W1
47 May 23 White Sox 5–4 Corbin (4–4) Covey (0–4) Rodney (11) 17,865 28–19 W2
48 May 24 White Sox 8–6 Chafin (1–0) Quintana (2–6) Rodney (12) 18,002 29–19 W3
49 May 25 @ Brewers 4–0 Ray (4–3) Davies (5–3) 30,081 30–19 W4
50 May 26 @ Brewers 4–2 (10) McFarland (2–0) Peralta (5–3) Rodney (13) 25,391 31–19 W5
51 May 27 @ Brewers 1–6 Anderson (3–1) Greinke (6–3) 29,746 31–20 L1
52 May 28 @ Brewers 5–9 Nelson (3–3) Corbin (4–5) Barnes(2) 41,698 31–21 L2
53 May 29 @ Pirates 3–4 Watson (4–1) Bradley (1–1) 16,939 31–22 L3
54 May 30 @ Pirates 3–0 Ray (5–3) Nova (5–4) 14,996 32–22 W1
55 May 31 @ Pirates 6–5 (14) McFarland (3–0) Mariñez (0–3) 20,990 33–22 W2
June: 17–9 (Home: 9–5; Away: 8–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
56 June 1 @ Marlins 3–2 Greinke (7–3) Barraclough (1–1) Rodney (14) 16,433 34–22 W3
57 June 2 @ Marlins 5–7 McGowan (3–0) Corbin (4–6) Ramos (7) 17,413 34–23 L1
58 June 3 @ Marlins 0–3 Volquez (2–7) Delgado (1–1) 21,548 34–24 L2
59 June 4 @ Marlins 5–6 Wittgren (1–0) De La Rosa (2–1) Ramos (8) 20,387 34–25 L3
60 June 6 Padres 10–2 Ray (6–3) Lamet (2–1) 25,883 35–25 W1
61 June 7 Padres 7–4 Greinke (8–3) Perdomo (0–3) Rodney (15) 22,079 36–25 W2
62 June 8 Padres 15–3 Corbin (5–6) Richard (4–7) 21,340 37–25 W3
63 June 9 Brewers 6–8 Davies (7–3) McFarland (3–1) Knebel (8) 25,009 37–26 L1
64 June 10 Brewers 3–2 Godley (2–1) Guerra (1–1) Rodney (16) 40,195 38–26 W1
65 June 11 Brewers 11–1 Ray (7–3) Anderson (5–2) 30,370 39–26 W2
66 June 13 @ Tigers 7–6 Bradley (2–1) J. Wilson (2–2) Rodney (17) 25,119 40–26 W3
67 June 14 @ Tigers 2–1 Walker (5–3) Zimmermann (5–5) Rodney (18) 26,134 41–26 W4
68 June 16 @ Phillies 5–4 Corbin (6–6) Nola (3–5) Rodney (19) 18,140 42–26 W5
69 June 17 @ Phillies 5–1 De La Rosa (3–1) Ramos (0–4) 21,108 43–26 W6
70 June 18 @ Phillies 5–4 (12) Bradley (3–1) Gomez (3–2) Rodney (20) 31,131 44–26 W7
71 June 20 @ Rockies 3–4 Ottavino (1–1) Greinke (8–4) Holland (25) 35,016 44–27 L1
72 June 21 @ Rockies 16–5 Walker (6–3) Hoffman (4–1) 40,918 45–27 W1
73 June 22 @ Rockies 10–3 Godley (3–1) Senzatela (9–3) 40,681 46–27 W2
74 June 23 Phillies 1–6 Leiter Jr. (1–0) Corbin (6–7) 31,648 46–28 L1
75 June 24 Phillies 9–2 Ray (8–3) Lively (1–2) 40,557 47–28 W1
76 June 25 Phillies 2–1 (11) McFarland (4–1) Ramos (0–7) 28,179 48–28 W2
77 June 26 Phillies 6–1 Greinke (9–4) Pivetta (1–4) 20,765 49–28 W3
78 June 27 Cardinals 6–5 (10) Rodney (2–2) Bowman (1–3) 24,256 50–28 W4
79 June 28 Cardinals 3–4 Wainwright (8–5) Godley (3–2) Rosenthal (4) 23,188 50–29 L1
80 June 29 Cardinals 4–10 Lynn (6–5) De La Rosa (0–1) 27,603 50–30 L2
81 June 30 Rockies 3–6 Gray (1–0) Ray (8–4) Holland (26) 23,275 50–31 L3
July: 10–14 (Home: 6–5; Away: 4–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
82 July 1 Rockies 6–2 Greinke (10–4) Chatwood (6–9) 46,338 51–31 W1
83 July 2 Rockies 4–3 Rodney (3–2) Ottavino (1–3) 34,556 52–31 W2
84 July 4 @ Dodgers 3–4 Kershaw (13–2) Corbin (6–8) Jansen (19) 53,159 52–32 L1
85 July 5 @ Dodgers 0–1 Wood (10–0) Godley (3–3) Jansen (20) 40,997 52–33 L2
86 July 6 @ Dodgers 4–5 Fields (4–0) Rodney (3–3) 41,999 52–34 L3
87 July 7 Reds 6–3 Greinke (11–4) Adleman (5–6) Rodney (22) 27,006 53–34 W1
88 July 8 Reds 0–7 Castillo (1–0) Walker (6–4) 29,806 53–35 L1
89 July 9 Reds 1–2 Bailey (2–2) Corbin (6–9) Iglesias (16) 24,923 53–36 L2
88th All-Star Game in Miami, Florida
90 July 14 @ Braves 3–4 Brothers (1–0) Bradley (3–2) Johnson (20) 38,852 53–37 L3
91 July 15 @ Braves 5–8 Krol (2–2) Delgado (1–2) Johnson (21) 41,627 53–38 L4
92 July 16 @ Braves 1–7 García (3–7) Godley (3–4) 36,637 53–39 L5
93 July 18 @ Reds 11–2 Ray (9–4) Romano (1–2) 19,989 54–39 W1
94 July 19 @ Reds 3–4 (11) Lorenzen (5–2) McFarland (4–2) 16,573 54–40 L1
95 July 20 @ Reds 12–2 Corbin (7–9) Castillo (1–3) 19,711 55–40 W1
96 July 21 Nationals 7–6 Rodney (4–3) Romero (2–4) 37,858 56–40 W2
97 July 22 Nationals 3–4 Roark (8–6) Banda (0–1) Doolittle (5) 39,176 56–41 L1
98 July 23 Nationals 2–6 Blanton (1–2) Ray (9–5) 32,720 56–42 L2
99 July 24 Braves 10–2 Greinke (12–4) Dickey (6–7) 20,862 57–42 W1
100 July 25 Braves 3–8 Foltynewicz (9–5) Hoover (1–1) 25,069 57–43 L1
101 July 26 Braves 10–3 Corbin (8–9) Blair (0–1) 25,836 58–43 W1
102 July 27 @ Cardinals 4–0 Godley (4–4) Weaver (0–1) 39,208 59–43 W2
103 July 28 @ Cardinals 0–1 Wacha (8–4) McFarland (4–3) Rosenthal (5) 41,230 59–44 L1
104 July 29 @ Cardinals 7–1 Greinke (13–4) Leake (7–9) 48,052 60–44 W1
105 July 30 @ Cardinals 2–3 Lynn (9–6) Walker (6–5) Rosenthal (6) 40,827 60–45 L1
August: 16–13 (Home: 9–5; Away: 7–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
106 August 1 @ Cubs 4–16 Rondon (3–1) Corbin (8–10) Montgomery (3) 40,709 60–46 L2
107 August 2 @ Cubs 3–0 Godley (5–4) Arrieta (10–8) Rodney (23) 41,321 61–46 W1
108 August 3 @ Cubs 10–8 Barrett (1–0) Davis (2–1) Rodney (24) 39,525 62–46 W2
109 August 4 @ Giants 2–1 Banda (1–1) Bumgarner (1–5) Rodney (25) 38,967 63–46 W3
110 August 5 @ Giants 4–5 (10) Strickland (2–2) McFarland (4–4) 39,532 63–47 L1
111 August 6 @ Giants 3–6 Samardzija (7–11) Corbin (8–11) Suárez (1) 40,107 63–48 L2
112 August 8 Dodgers 6–3 Hernandez (2–0) Watson (5–4) Rodney (26) 24,810 64–48 W1
113 August 9 Dodgers 2–3 Wood (14–1) Greinke (13–5) Jansen (29) 22,670 64–49 L1
114 August 10 Dodgers 6–8 Darvish (8–9) Banda (1–2) Jansen (30) 31,396 64–50 L2
115 August 11 Cubs 3–8 Lackey (10–9) Walker (6–6) 39,131 64–51 L3
116 August 12 Cubs 6–2 Corbin (9–11) Lester (8–7) Hernandez (2) 42,219 65–51 W1
117 August 13 Cubs 2–7 Arrieta (12–8) Godley (5–5) 41,760 65–52 L1
118 August 14 Astros 2–0 Greinke (14–5) McHugh (0–2) Rodney (27) 20,405 66–52 W1
119 August 15 Astros 4–9 Martes (5–2) Banda (1–3) 16,935 66–53 L1
120 August 16 @ Astros 5–9 Morton (10–5) Walker (6–7) 27,278 66–54 L2
121 August 17 @ Astros 4–0 Corbin (10–11) Fiers (7–8) 27,949 67–54 W1
122 August 18 @ Twins 3–10 Santana (13–7) Godley (6–7) 25,830 67–55 L1
123 August 19 @ Twins 0–5 Berríos (11–5) Greinke (14–6) 29,456 67–56 L2
124 August 20 @ Twins 5–12 Colón (5–10) McFarland (4–5) 27,367 67–57 L3
125 August 21 @ Mets 3–2 (10) Sherfy (1–0) Goeddel (0–1) Rodney (28) 24,265 68–57 W1
126 August 22 @ Mets 7–4 Corbin (11–11) Milone (1–3) Rodney (29) 25,220 69–57 W2
127 August 23 @ Mets 2–4 Flexen (3–2) Godley (5–7) Ramos (23) 31,277 69–58 L1
128 August 24 @ Mets 3–2 Ray (10–5) Montero (2–9) Rodney (30) 25,284 70–58 W1
129 August 25 Giants 4–3 Greinke (15–6) Blach (8–10) Rodney (31) 31,924 71–58 W2
130 August 26 Giants 2–1 Walker (7–7) Bumgarner (3–6) Rodney (32) 25,709 72–58 W3
131 August 27 Giants 11–0 Corbin (12–11) Stratton (2–3) 23,210 73–58 W4
132 August 29 Dodgers 7–6 Godley (6–7) Hill (9–6) Rodney (33) 25,219 74–58 W5
133 August 30 Dodgers 6–4 Ray (11–5) Ryu (5–7) Rodney (34) 23,321 75–58 W6
134 August 31 Dodgers 8–1 Greinke (16–6) Maeda (12–6) 19,882 76–58 W7
September/October: 17–11 (Home: 7–6; Away: 10–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
135 September 1 @ Rockies 9–5 Walker (8–7) Freeland (11–9) 29,628 77–58 W8
136 September 2 @ Rockies 6–2 Corbin (13–11) Gray (6–4) 39,442 78–58 W9
137 September 3 @ Rockies 5–1 Godley (7–7) Marquez (10–6) Sherfy (1) 33,838 79–58 W10
138 September 4 @ Dodgers 13–0 Ray (12–5) Hill (9–7) 47,192 80–58 W11
139 September 5 @ Dodgers 3–1 (10) Hernandez (3–0) Báez (3–4) Rodney (35) 47,039 81–58 W12
140 September 6 @ Dodgers 3–1 Walker (9–7) Avilán (2–2) Rodney (36) 48,612 82–58 W13
141 September 8 Padres 6–10 Lyles (1–2) Corbin (13–12) 27,988 82–59 L1
142 September 9 Padres 7–8 Maton (3–0) Rodney (4–4) Hand (17) 34,156 82–60 L2
143 September 10 Padres 3–2 Ray (13–5) Perdomo (7–10) Bradley (1) 23,854 83–60 W1
144 September 11 Rockies 4–5 Anderson (4–5) Barrett (1–1) Holland (40) 24,178 83–61 L1
145 September 12 Rockies 2–4 Gray (8–4) Hernandez (3–1) Rusin (2) 27,526 83–62 L2
146 September 13 Rockies 8–1 Corbin (14–12) Marquez (10–7) 26,714 84–62 W1
147 September 14 Rockies 7–0 Godley (8–7) Bettis (1–3) 20,317 85–62 W2
148 September 15 @ Giants 3–2 Ray (14–5) Samardzija (9–14) Rodney (37) 39,810 86–62 W3
149 September 16 @ Giants 2–0 Greinke (17–6) Bumgarner (3–9) Rodney (38) 37,846 87–62 W4
150 September 17 @ Giants 2–7 Stratton (3–3) Walker (9–8) 38,476 87–63 L1
151 September 18 @ Padres 2–4 Perdomo (8–10) Corbin (14–13) Hand (19) 20,199 87–64 L2
152 September 19 @ Padres 2–6 Wood (4–6) Godley (8–8) 20,101 87–65 L3
153 September 20 @ Padres 13–7 Sherfy (2–0) Stammen (2–3) 25,797 88–65 W1
154 September 22 Marlins 13–11 Hoover (2–1) McGowan (8–2) Rodney (39) 34,588 89–65 W2
155 September 23 Marlins 6–12 Ellington (1–1) Walker (9–9) 39,259 89–66 L1
156 September 24 Marlins 3–2 Rodney (5–4) Nicolino (2–3) 31,539 90–66 W1
157 September 25 Giants 2–9 Cueto (8–8) Godley' (8–9) 22,813 90–67 L1
158 September 26 Giants 11–4 Ray (15–5) Moore (6–15) 27,487 91–67 W1
159 September 27 Giants 4–3 Hoover (3–1) Dyson (3–3) 20,048 92–67 W2
160 September 29 @ Royals 1–2 Kennedy (5–13) Greinke (17–7) Minor (5) 23,488 92–68 L1
161 September 30 @ Royals 3–4 Junis (9–3) Bradley (3–3) Minor (6) 32,727 92–69 L2
162 October 1 @ Royals 14–2 Banda (2–3) Vargas (18–11) 32,277 93–69 W1
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Diamondbacks team member

Player stats

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; SB = Stolen bases; BB = Walks; AVG = Batting average; SLG = Slugging average

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB AVG SLG
Paul Goldschmidt 155 558 117 166 34 3 36 120 18 94 .297 .563
Jake Lamb 149 536 89 133 30 4 30 105 6 87 .248 .487
David Peralta 140 525 82 154 31 3 14 57 8 43 .293 .444
Brandon Drury 135 445 41 119 37 2 13 63 1 28 .267 .447
A. J. Pollock 112 425 73 113 33 6 14 49 20 35 .266 .471
Chris Owings 97 362 41 97 25 1 12 51 12 17 .268 .442
Daniel Descalso 130 344 47 80 16 5 10 51 4 48 .233 .395
Chris Iannetta 89 272 38 69 19 0 17 43 0 37 .254 .511
J. D. Martinez 62 232 47 70 13 1 29 65 2 44 .302 .741
Chris Herrmann 106 226 35 41 7 0 10 27 5 29 .181 .345
Gregor Blanco 90 224 43 55 10 3 3 13 15 31 .246 .357
Ketel Marte 73 223 30 58 11 2 5 18 3 29 .260 .395
Jeff Mathis 60 186 13 40 10 2 2 11 1 14 .215 .323
Nick Ahmed 53 167 24 42 8 1 6 21 3 10 .251 .419
Yasmany Tomás 47 166 19 40 11 1 8 32 0 13 .241 .464
Rey Fuentes 64 136 19 32 1 2 3 9 4 8 .235 .338
Adam Rosales 34 84 10 17 5 0 3 9 0 1 .202 .369
Jeremy Hazelbaker 41 52 10 18 2 2 2 10 1 9 .346 .577
Kristopher Negrón 14 25 3 4 1 0 0 1 0 4 .160 .200
Ildemaro Vargas 12 13 4 4 1 0 0 4 0 0 .308 .385
Christian Walker 11 12 2 3 1 0 2 2 0 1 .250 .833
John Ryan Murphy 5 7 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 .143 .286
Jack Reinheimer 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
Pitcher Totals 162 300 25 49 7 1 1 14 0 16 .163 .203
Team Totals 162 5525 812 1405 314 39 220 776 103 578 .254 .445

Source:[1]

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; H = Hits allowed; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; SO = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB SO
Zack Greinke 17 7 3.20 32 32 0 202.1 172 80 72 45 215
Patrick Corbin 14 13 4.03 33 32 0 189.2 208 97 85 61 178
Robbie Ray 15 5 2.89 28 28 0 162.0 116 57 52 71 218
Taijuan Walker 9 9 3.49 28 28 0 157.1 148 76 61 61 146
Zack Godley 8 9 3.37 26 25 0 155.0 124 61 58 53 165
Archie Bradley 3 3 1.73 63 0 1 73.0 55 14 14 21 79
Randall Delgado 1 2 3.59 26 5 1 62.2 60 31 25 14 60
Fernando Rodney 5 4 4.23 61 0 39 55.1 40 29 26 26 65
T. J. McFarland 4 5 5.33 43 1 0 54.0 65 42 32 17 29
Jorge De La Rosa 3 1 4.21 65 0 0 51.1 46 24 24 21 45
Andrew Chafin 1 0 3.51 71 0 0 51.1 48 21 20 21 61
J. J. Hoover 3 1 3.92 52 0 0 41.1 47 20 18 26 54
Jake Barrett 1 1 5.00 28 0 0 27.0 27 18 15 15 26
Tom Wilhelmsen 1 1 4.44 27 0 0 26.1 25 13 13 12 17
Anthony Banda 2 3 5.96 8 4 0 25.2 26 17 17 10 25
Braden Shipley 0 1 5.76 10 3 0 25.0 31 18 16 15 18
Shelby Miller 2 2 4.09 4 4 0 22.0 20 10 10 12 20
Silvino Bracho 0 0 5.66 21 0 0 20.2 18 14 13 7 25
David Hernandez 2 1 4.82 26 0 1 18.2 19 10 10 1 15
James Sherfy 2 0 0.00 11 0 1 10.2 5 0 0 2 9
Rubby De La Rosa 0 1 4.70 9 0 0 7.2 7 4 4 4 12
Daniel Descalso 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0
Matt Koch 0 0 inf 1 0 0 0.0 2 3 3 1 0
Team Totals 93 69 3.66 162 162 43 1441.0 1309 659 586 516 1482

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Playoffs

Making it to the playoffs for the first time since 2011, the Diamondbacks played their first series as a Wild Card team by playing against the Colorado Rockies on October 4, 2017. That night, Archie Bradley became the first relief pitcher and sixth pitcher in MLB history to record a triple in a postseason game. The play was considered a major highlight in their first Wild Card game in franchise history, winning 11–8 that night at home. The Diamondbacks also became the first team to record 4 triples in a single playoff game since the Boston Americans in the 1903 World Series. They subsequently lost to the Dodgers in the NLDS.

Postseason game log

2017 Postseason Game Log (1–3)
NL Wild Card Game (1–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 4 Rockies 11–8 Chafin (1–0) Gray (0–1) 48,803 1–0
NLDS (0–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 6 @ Dodgers 5–9 Kershaw (1–0) Walker (0–1) 54,707 0–1
2 October 7 @ Dodgers 5–8 Maeda (1–0) Ray (0–1) Jansen (1) 54,726 0–2
3 October 9 Dodgers 1–3 Darvish (1–0) Greinke (0–1) Jansen (2) 48,641 0–3

Postseason rosters

Playoff rosters

Roster

2017 Arizona Diamondbacks
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Awards

First baseman Paul Goldschmidt won his third Silver Slugger Award as the best offensive player at his position in the National League.[4]

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Reno Aces Pacific Coast League Greg Gross and Jerry Narron
AA Jackson Generals Southern League J. R. House
A-Advanced Visalia Rawhide California League Shelley Duncan
A Kane County Cougars Midwest League Butch Hobson
A-Short Season Hillsboro Hops Northwest League Shawn Roof
Rookie Missoula Osprey Pioneer League Mike Benjamin
Rookie AZL Diamondbacks Arizona League Javier Colina
Rookie DSL Diamondbacks Dominican Summer League

See also

References

  1. ^ "MLB Spring Training Standings - 2017". ESPN. Retrieved September 5, 2017.
  2. ^ "Spring Training Standings". MLB. Retrieved March 11, 2018.
  3. ^ "J.D. Martinez mashes his way to a four-homer game". ESPN.com. September 4, 2017. Retrieved September 5, 2017.
  4. ^ "Silver Slugger Awards". Louisville Slugger. Retrieved July 7, 2018.