2019 Arizona Diamondbacks
LeagueNational League
DivisionWest
BallparkChase Field
CityPhoenix, Arizona
Record85–77 (.525)
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)
KHOV-FM (105.1, Spanish)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2019 Arizona Diamondbacks season was the franchise's 21st season in Major League Baseball and their 21st season at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona as members of the National League West. They were managed by Torey Lovullo in his third season with the franchise.

The 2019 Diamondbacks were the first team in Major League history to have their road opener against one reigning pennant winner (Dodgers) and their home opener against the other (Red Sox) in the same season. Despite improving upon their 82–80 record from last season, the Diamondbacks were eliminated from postseason contention for the second consecutive year after a loss to the Cardinals on September 23.[1]

The 2019 Diamondbacks were by one measure the "most average team" in baseball history. For 60 games, the Diamondbacks were within two games of .500 (plus or minus), an MLB record that surpassed a 56-game streak by the 2007 Oakland Athletics. The stretch lasted from June 18, when the Diamondbacks lost to the Colorado Rockies to fall to 38–36, through August 30, when they beat the Los Angeles Dodgers to improve to 69–66.[2][3][4]

The Diamondbacks broke a league record alongside the Philadelphia Phillies this season for most home runs in one game, smashing a franchise record 8 home runs out of 13 total in a 13–8 win on June 10.[5] Additionally, the Diamondbacks set a franchise record on September 24/25, when their game against the Cardinals lasted 19 innings, the longest game by innings played in Diamondbacks' history and, at 6 hours and 53 minutes from start to finish, the longest game ever played at Chase Field. Having used 30 players in this game, the Diamondbacks set another franchise record in that respect, and, with 25 strikeouts by Diamondbacks pitchers and 21 by Cardinals pitchers, both teams tied a Major League Baseball record for most strikeouts in a single game at 46, the game also marking only the second time in baseball history that two teams struck out 21 or more opponents in the same game. The Diamondbacks won the game, 3–2.[6] To date, this is the most recent “two for one” 18+ inning game in regular season MLB play.

Offseason

Transactions

October 31, 2018 Darnell Coles hired as a hitting coach.
October 31, 2018 Eric Hinske was hired as an assistant hitting coach.
December 5, 2018 Traded 1B Paul Goldschmidt to St Louis for RHP Luke Weaver, C Carson Kelly, 2B Andy Young, and a Compensation Balance Round B pick.
December 30, 2018 Traded Cash Considerations to Cincinnati for LHP Robby Scott.
January 16, 2019 Traded Cash Considerations and LHP Ronald Roman to New York Yankees for CF Tim Locastro.
February 5, 2019 Traded RHP Jake Barrett to San Francisco for Cash Considerations.
April 7, 2019 Traded OF Rob Refsnyder to Cincinnati for a player to be named later.
April 19, 2019 Traded OF Marcus Wilson to Boston for C Blake Swihart and Future Considerations.
June 4, 2019 Traded C Tyler Heineman to Miami for player to be named later.
June 22, 2019 Traded Cash Considerations to Kansas City for RHP Ben Lively.
July 31, 2019 Traded RHP Zack Greinke and Cash Considerations to Houston for RHP Corbin Martin, RHP J. B. Bukauskas, 3B Joshua Rojas, LF Seth Beer.
July 31, 2019 Traded SS Jazz Chisholm Jr. to Miami for RHP Zac Gallen
July 31, 2019 Traded C John Ryan Murphy to Atlanta for Cash Considerations.

Season standings

National League West

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Dodgers 106 56 0.654 59–22 47–34
Arizona Diamondbacks 85 77 0.525 21 44–37 41–40
San Francisco Giants 77 85 0.475 29 35–46 42–39
Colorado Rockies 71 91 0.438 35 43–38 28–53
San Diego Padres 70 92 0.432 36 36–45 34–47


National League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Los Angeles Dodgers 106 56 0.654
Atlanta Braves 97 65 0.599
St. Louis Cardinals 91 71 0.562


Wild Card teams
(Top 2 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Washington Nationals 93 69 0.574 +4
Milwaukee Brewers 89 73 0.549
New York Mets 86 76 0.531 3
Arizona Diamondbacks 85 77 0.525 4
Chicago Cubs 84 78 0.519 5
Philadelphia Phillies 81 81 0.500 8
San Francisco Giants 77 85 0.475 12
Cincinnati Reds 75 87 0.463 14
Colorado Rockies 71 91 0.438 18
San Diego Padres 70 92 0.432 19
Pittsburgh Pirates 69 93 0.426 20
Miami Marlins 57 105 0.352 32


Record vs. opponents


Source: MLB Standings Grid – 2019
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 4–3 2–4 3–3 9–10 8–11 3–4 2–5 2–5 4–2 6–1 11–8 10–9 3–3 4–3 14–6
Atlanta 3–4 5–2 3–4 3–3 2–4 15–4 3–3 11–8 9–10 5–2 5–2 5–2 4–2 11–8 13–7
Chicago 4–2 2–5 8–11 3–3 3–4 6–1 9–10 5–2 2–5 11–8 4–3 4–2 9–10 2–4 12–8
Cincinnati 3–3 4–3 11–8 3–3 1–5 6–1 8–11 3–4 3–4 7–12 5–2 4–3 7–12 1–5 9–11
Colorado 10–9 3–3 3–3 3–3 4–15 5–2 5–2 2–4 3–4 2–5 11–8 7–12 2–5 3–4 8–12
Los Angeles 11–8 4–2 4–3 5–1 15–4 5–1 4–3 5–2 5–2 6–0 13–6 12–7 3–4 4–3 10–10
Miami 4–3 4–15 1–6 1–6 2–5 1–5 2–5 6–13 10–9 3–3 4–2 3–3 3–4 4–15 9–11
Milwaukee 5–2 3–3 10–9 11–8 2–5 3–4 5–2 5–1 4–3 15–4 3–4 2–4 9–10 4–2 8–12
New York 5–2 8–11 2–5 4–3 4–2 2–5 13–6 1–5 7–12 5–1 3–3 3–4 2–5 12–7 15–5
Philadelphia 2–4 10–9 5–2 4–3 4–3 2–5 9–10 3–4 12–7 4–2 3–3 3–4 4–2 5–14 11–9
Pittsburgh 1–6 2–5 8–11 12–7 5–2 0–6 3–3 4–15 1–5 2–4 6–1 5–2 5–14 3–4 12–8
San Diego 8–11 2–5 3–4 2–5 8–11 6–13 2–4 4–3 3–3 3–3 1–6 9–10 4–2 4–3 11–9
San Francisco 9–10 2–5 2–4 3–4 12–7 7–12 3–3 4–2 4–3 4–3 2–5 10–9 3–4 1–5 11–9
St. Louis 3–3 2–4 10–9 12–7 5–2 4–3 4–3 10–9 5–2 2–4 14–5 2–4 4–3 5–2 9–11
Washington 3–4 8–11 4–2 5–1 4–3 3–4 15–4 2–4 7–12 14–5 4–3 3–4 5–1 2–5 14–6

Game log

2019 Game Log 85–77 (Home: 44–37; Away: 41–40)
March/April: 17–13 (Home: 6–7; Away: 11–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
1 March 28 @ Dodgers 5–12 Ryu (1–0) Greinke (0–1) 53,086 0–1 L1
2 March 29 @ Dodgers 5–4 (13) Andriese (1–0) García (0–1) Holland (1) 42,266 1–1 W1
3 March 30 @ Dodgers 5–18 Maeda (1–0) Godley (0–1) 50,626 1–2 L1
4 March 31 @ Dodgers 7–8 Floro (1–0) Hirano (0–1) 43,815 1–3 L2
5 April 1 @ Padres 10–3 Kelly (1–0) Strahm (0–1) 18,683 2–3 W1
6 April 2 @ Padres 8–5 Greinke (1–1) Lauer (1–1) Holland (2) 22,504 3–3 W2
7 April 3 @ Padres 1–4 Lucchesi (2–0) Ray (0–1) 19,376 3–4 L1
8 April 5 Red Sox 15–8 Godley (1–1) Porcello (0–2) 48,338 4–4 W1
9 April 6 Red Sox 5–4 Holland (1–0) Brewer (0–1) 35,969 5–4 W2
10 April 7 Red Sox 0–1 Walden (1–0) Kelly (1–1) Brasier (2) 31,565 5–5 L1
11 April 9 Rangers 5–4 Andriese (2–0) Leclerc (1–1) 16,620 6–5 W1
12 April 10 Rangers 2–5 Lynn (1–1) Chafin (0–1) Bird (1) 15,871 6–6 L1
13 April 11 Padres 6–7 Stammen (1–0) Bradley (0–1) Wingenter (1) 15,449 6–7 L2
14 April 12 Padres 1–2 Reyes (1–0) Weaver (0–1) Yates (8) 22,209 6–8 L3
15 April 13 Padres 4–5 Stammen (2–0) Andriese (2–1) Yates (9) 27,256 6–9 L4
16 April 14 Padres 8–4 Greinke (2–1) Lauer (2–2) 25.489 7–9 W1
17 April 16 @ Braves 9–6 Hirano (1–1) Minter (0–2) Holland (3) 22,407 8–9 W2
18 April 17 @ Braves 3–2 Bradley (1–1) Biddle (0–1) Holland (4) 22,356 9–9 W3
19 April 18 @ Braves 4–1 Weaver (1–1) Soroka (0–1) Hirano (1) 24,193 10–9 W4
20 April 19 @ Cubs 1–5 Hendricks (1–3) Kelly (1–2) Strop (2) 33,938 10–10 L1
21 April 20 @ Cubs 6–0 Greinke (3–1) Darvish (1–3) Clarke (1) 37,667 11–10 W1
22 April 21 @ Cubs 1–2 Strop (1–1) Bradley (1–2) 38,181 11–11 L1
23 April 22 @ Pirates 12–4 Andriese (3–1) Crick (0–1) 9,233 12–11 W1
24 April 23 @ Pirates 2–1 Weaver (2–1) Williams (1–1) Holland (5) 8,558 13–11 W2
25 April 24 @ Pirates 11–2 Kelly (2–2) Lyles (2–1) 9,450 14–11 W3
26 April 25 @ Pirates 5–0 Greinke (4–1) Taillon (1–3) 9,365 15–11 W4
27 April 26 Cubs 8–3 Ray (1–1) Hendricks (1–4) Andriese (1) 30,664 16–11 W5
28 April 27 Cubs 1–9 Darvish (2–3) Godley (1–2) 27,793 16–12 L1
29 April 28 Cubs 5–6 (15) Chatwood (1–0) Andriese (3–2) Webster (1) 29,477 16–13 L2
30 April 30 Yankees 3–1 Greinke (5–1) Sabathia (1–1) Holland (6) 36,352 17–13 W1
May: 11–17 (Home: 5–7; Away: 6–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
31 May 1 Yankees 3–2 Kelly (3–2) Tanaka (2–3) Holland (7) 31,365 18–13 W2
32 May 3 @ Rockies 10–9 Ray (2–1) Anderson (0–3) Holland (8) 29,574 19–13 W3
33 May 4 @ Rockies 9–2 Weaver (3–1) Freeland (2–5) 37,765 20–13 W4
34 May 5 @ Rockies 7–8 Oberg (1–0) Bradley (1–3) Davis (5) 40,262 20–14 L1
35 May 6 @ Rays 1–12 Snell (3–3) Kelly (3–3) 8,124 20–15 L2
36 May 7 @ Rays 3–6 Beeks (2–0) Clarke (0–1) 8,059 20–16 L3
37 May 8 @ Rays 3–2 (13) Bradley (2–3) Kolarek (2–1) Godley (1) 8,663 21–16 W1
38 May 9 Braves 3–2 (10) Duplantier (1–0) Minter (0–4) 17,751 22–16 W2
39 May 10 Braves 1–2 Winkler (1–0) López (0–1) Jackson (3) 21,932 22–17 L1
40 May 11 Braves 4–6 Gausman (2–3) Kelly (3–4) Venters (1) 33,168 22–18 L2
41 May 12 Braves 3–5 Fried (5–2) Godley (1–3) Jackson (4) 27,460 22–19 L3
42 May 13 Pirates 9–3 Ray (3–1) Kingham (1–1) 15,418 23–19 W1
43 May 14 Pirates 2–6 Musgrove (2–4) Weaver (3–2) 21,047 23–20 L1
44 May 15 Pirates 11–1 Greinke (6–1) Archer (1–3) 17,258 24–20 W1
45 May 17 Giants 7–0 Kelly (4–4) Samardzija (2–2) 26,806 25–20 W2
46 May 18 Giants 5–8 Bumgarner (3–4) Godley (1–4) 25,014 25–21 L1
47 May 19 Giants 2–3 (10) Dyson (2–0) Hirano (1–2) Smith (12) 24,061 25–22 L2
48 May 20 @ Padres 1–2 Paddack (4–2) Weaver (3–3) Yates (18) 17,578 25–23 L3
49 May 21 @ Padres 2–3 Strahm (2-3) Greinke (6-2) Yates (19) 19,969 25–24 L4
50 May 22 @ Padres 2–5 Lauer (3–4) Kelly (4–5) Yates (20) 18,715 25-25 L5
51 May 24 @ Giants 18–2 Ray (4–1) Pomeranz (1–5) Godley (2) 31,777 26–25 W1
52 May 25 @ Giants 10–4 Clarke (1–1) Suarez (0–2) 31,531 27–25 W2
53 May 26 @ Giants 6–2 Weaver (4–3) Anderson (0–1) Holland (9) 37,017 28–25 W3
54 May 27 @ Rockies 3–4 Oh (2–1) Andriese (3–3) 35,604 28–26 L1
55 May 28 @ Rockies 2–6 Díaz (1–0) Kelly (4–6) Bettis (1) 21,583 28–27 L2
56 May 29 @ Rockies 4–5 Hoffman (1–1) Ray (4–2) Oberg (1) 24,261 28–28 L3
57 May 30 @ Rockies 10–11 (10) Oh (3–1) Hirano (1–3) 30,371 28–29 L4
58 May 31 Mets 4–5 Wheeler (5–3) Andriese (3–4) Gsellman (1) 24,664 28–30 L5
June : 15–13 (Home: 6–8; Away: 9–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
59 June 1 Mets 6–5 (11) Hirano (2–3) Bashlor (0–3) 34,888 29–30 W1
60 June 2 Mets 7–1 Kelly (5–6) Matz (4–4) 26,945 30–30 W2
61 June 3 Dodgers 1–3 Buehler (6–1) Ray (4–3) Jansen (18) 24,124 30–31 L1
62 June 4 Dodgers 0–9 Ryu (9–1) Clarke (1–2) 29,784 30–32 L2
63 June 5 Dodgers 3–2 (11) Godley (2–4) Alexander (3–2) 22,753 31–32 W1
64 June 7 @ Blue Jays 8–2 Kelly (6–6) Stroman (3–8) 16,555 32–32 W2
65 June 8 @ Blue Jays 6–0 Greinke (7–2) Sanchez (3–7) 22,954 33–32 W3
66 June 9 @ Blue Jays 8–2 Ray (5–3) Richard (0–2) 19,661 34–32 W4
67 June 10 @ Phillies 13–8 Godley (3–4) Eickhoff (3–4) 26,255 35–32 W5
68 June 11 @ Phillies 4–7 Arrieta (6–5) Duplantier (1–1) Neris (14) 26,321 35–33 L1
69 June 12 @ Phillies 2–0 Kelly (7–6) Eflin (6–6) Holland (10) 29,047 36–33 W1
70 June 13 @ Nationals 5–0 Greinke (8–2) Fedde (1–1) 24,909 37–33 W2
71 June 14 @ Nationals 3–7 Scherzer (5–5) Ray (5–4) 29,853 37–34 L1
72 June 15 @ Nationals 10–3 Hirano (3–3) Strasburg (7–4) 38,044 38–34 W1
73 June 16 @ Nationals 5–15 Sánchez (3–6) Bradley (2–4) 29,032 38–35 L1
74 June 18 Rockies 1–8 Senzatela (6–5) Kelly (7–7) 22,954 38–36 L2
75 June 19 Rockies 4–6 Gray (7–5) Greinke (8–3) Davis (9) 21,773 38–37 L3
76 June 20 Rockies 4–6 Oberg (5–0) Hirano (3–4) 23,294 38–38 L4
77 June 21 Giants 5–11 Samardzija (4–6) Clarke (1–3) 29,312 38–39 L5
78 June 22 Giants 4–7 Gott (4–0) Godley (3–5) Smith (20) 32,082 38–40 L6
79 June 23 Giants 3–2 (10) Andriese (4–4) Melancon (3–2) 25,071 39–40 W1
80 June 24 Dodgers 8–5 López (1–1) Floro (2–2) Holland (11) 24,675 40–40 W2
81 June 25 Dodgers 2–3 Urías (4–2) Ray (5–5) Jansen (22) 27,927 40–41 L1
82 June 26 Dodgers 8–2 Clarke (2–3) Gonsolin (0–1) 28,752 41–41 W1
83 June 27 @ Giants 5–1 Young (1–0) Beede (1–3) 30,790 42–41 W2
84 June 28 @ Giants 3–6 Anderson (3–2) Kelly (7–8) 35,391 42–42 L1
85 June 29 @ Giants 4–3 Greinke (9–3) Dyson (2–1) Holland (12) 31,600 43–42 W1
86 June 30 @ Giants 4–10 Bumgarner (5–7) Ray (5–6) 31,778 43–43 L1
July: 11–12 (Home: 6–4; Away: 5–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
87 July 2 @ Dodgers 4–5 García (1–2) Holland (1–1) 52,969 43–44 L2
88 July 3 @ Dodgers 4–5 (10) Kelly (3–3) López (1–2) 53,327 43–45 L3
89 July 5 Rockies 8–0 Greinke (10–3) Senzatela (7–6) 43,056 44–45 W1
90 July 6 Rockies 4–2 Ray (6–6) Gray (9–6) Holland (13) 28,276 45–45 W2
91 July 7 Rockies 5–3 Young (2–0) Márquez (8–4) Holland (14) 22,964 46–45 W3
July 9 90th All-Star Game in Cleveland, Ohio
92 July 12 @ Cardinals 4–2 Ray (7–6) Miller (3–4) Holland (15) 44,960 47–45 W4
93 July 13 @ Cardinals 2–4 Hudson (8–4) Kelly (7–9) Martínez (4) 46,152 47–46 L1
94 July 14 @ Cardinals 2–5 Wainwright (6–7) Greinke (10–4) Martínez (5) 43,439 47–47 L2
95 July 16 @ Rangers 9–2 Young (3–0) Lynn (12–5) 19,202 48–47 W1
96 July 17 @ Rangers 19–4 Ray (8–6) Chavez (3–5) 26,681 49–47 W2
97 July 18 Brewers 1–5 Davies (8–2) López (1–3) 23,985 49–48 L1
98 July 19 Brewers 10–7 Bradley (3–4) Chacín (3–10) Holland (16) 28,505 50–48 W1
99 July 20 Brewers 3–8 Houser (3–4) Chafin (0–2) 38,567 50–49 L1
100 July 21 Brewers 4–7 Peralta (4–3) López (1–4) Hader (22) 33,111 50–50 L2
101 July 22 Orioles 6–3 Ray (9–6) Brooks (2–4) Holland (17) 19,192 51–50 W1
102 July 23 Orioles 2–7 Bundy (5–11) Kelly (7–10) 20,253 51–51 L1
103 July 24 Orioles 5–2 Clarke (3–3) Means (8–6) López (1) 20,452 52–51 W1
104 July 26 @ Marlins 2–3 Quijada (1–3) Holland (1–2) 8,867 52–52 L1
105 July 27 @ Marlins 9–2 Young (4–0) Yamamoto (4–2) 13,047 53–52 W1
106 July 28 @ Marlins 1–5 Quijada (2–3) Ray (9–7) 11,538 53–53 L1
107 July 29 @ Marlins 6–11 Smith (7–4) Kelly (7–11) 7,048 53–54 L2
108 July 30 @ Yankees 4–2 Clarke (4–3) Happ (8–6) Bradley (1) 47,281 54–54 W1
109 July 31 @ Yankees 5–7 Ottavino (4–3) Hirano (3–5) Chapman (27) 43,979 54–55 L1
August: 16–11 (Home: 10–6; Away: 6–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
110 August 2 Nationals 0–3 Ross (1–3) Young (4–1) Doolittle (24) 24,298 54–56 L2
111 August 3 Nationals 18–7 Ray (10–7) Strasburg (14–5) 33,966 55–56 W1
112 August 4 Nationals 7–5 Hirano (4–5) Suero (3–6) Bradley (2) 22,976 56–56 W2
113 August 5 Phillies 3–7 Velasquez (4–6) Kelly (7–12) 18,319 56–57 L1
114 August 6 Phillies 8–4 Chafin (1–2) Suárez (3–1) 17,446 57–57 W1
115 August 7 Phillies 6–1 Gallen (2–3) Vargas (6–6) 18,140 58–57 W2
116 August 9 @ Dodgers 3–2 (11) Chafin (2–2) Urías (4–3) Bradley (3) 49,538 59–57 W3
117 August 10 @ Dodgers 0–4 Maeda (8–8) Young (4–2) 52,606 59–58 L1
118 August 11 @ Dodgers 3–9 Ryu (12–2) Leake (9–9) 44,619 59–59 L2
119 August 12 @ Rockies 8–6 Kelly (8–12) Bettis (1–6) Bradley (4) 32,160 60–59 W1
120 August 13 @ Rockies 9–3 Ginkel (1–0) Hoffman (1–4) 31,815 61–59 W2
121 August 14 @ Rockies 6–7 Oberg (6–1) Bradley (3–5) 32,247 61–60 L1
122 August 15 Giants 0–7 Rodríguez (5–6) Young (4–3) 19,037 61–61 L2
123 August 16 Giants 9–10 (11) Smith (5–0) López (1–5) Gott (1) 23,642 61–62 L3
124 August 17 Giants 6–11 Webb (1–0) Clarke (4–4) 35,366 61–63 L4
125 August 18 Giants 6–1 Kelly (9–12) Bumgarner (8–8) 26,079 62–63 W1
126 August 19 Rockies 5–3 López (2–5) Davis (1–6) Bradley (5) 15,443 63–63 W2
127 August 20 Rockies 8–7 Young (5–3) Freeland (3–11) Bradley (6) 17,691 64–63 W3
128 August 21 Rockies 2–7 Melville (1–0) Leake (9–10) 17,707 64–64 L1
129 August 23 @ Brewers 1–6 Lyles (8–8) Kelly (9–13) 42,209 64–65 L2
130 August 24 @ Brewers 0–4 Anderson (6–3) Gallen (2–4) 41,737 64–66 L3
131 August 25 @ Brewers 5–2 Ray (11–7) Davies (8–7) Bradley (7) 38,920 65–66 W1
132 August 26 @ Giants 6–4 Young (6–3) Beede (3–8) Bradley (8) 29,169 66–66 W2
133 August 27 @ Giants 3–2 Leake (10–10) Coonrod (4–1) Bradley (9) 28,262 67–66 W3
134 August 29 Dodgers 11–5 Andriese (5–4) Ryu (12–5) 22,581 68–66 W4
135 August 30 Dodgers 5–4 Bradley (4–5) García (1–4) 34,149 69–66 W5
136 August 31 Dodgers 6–5 Ray (12–7) Kershaw (13–4) Bradley (10) 50,180 70–66 W6
September: 15–11 (Home: 11–5; Away: 4–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
137 September 1 Dodgers 3–4 Sadler (4–0) Clarke (4–5) Báez (1) 34,439 70–67 L1
138 September 2 Padres 14–7 Leake (11–10) Quantrill (6–6) 23,477 71–67 W1
139 September 3 Padres 2–1 Kelly (10–13) Bolaños (0–1) Bradley (11) 15,402 72–67 W2
140 September 4 Padres 4–1 Gallen (3–4) Stammen (7–7) Bradley (12) 18,096 73–67 W3
141 September 6 @ Reds 7–5 Ginkel (2–0) Mahle (2–11) Bradley (13) 19,048 74–67 W4
142 September 7 @ Reds 2–0 Young (7–3) Castillo (14–6) Sherfy (1) 34,804 75–67 W5
143 September 8 @ Reds 3–4 Iglesias (3–11) López (2–6) 19,717 75–68 L1
144 September 9 @ Mets 1–3 deGrom (9–8) Kelly (10–14) Lugo (5) 21,337 75–69 L2
145 September 10 @ Mets 2–3 Wheeler (11–7) Gallen (3–5) Wilson (2) 20,843 75–70 L3
146 September 11 @ Mets 0–9 Matz (10–8) Ray (12–8) 21,841 75–71 L4
147 September 12 @ Mets 1–11 Stroman (8–13) Young (7–4) 21,856 75–72 L5
148 September 13 Reds 3–4 Castillo (15–6) Leake (11–11) Iglesias (30) 35,158 75–73 L6
149 September 14 Reds 1–0 Kelly (11–14) DeSclafani (9–9) Bradley (14) 35,151 76–73 W1
150 September 15 Reds 1–3 Bauer (11–12) Gallen (3–6) Iglesias (31) 25,193 76–74 L1
151 September 16 Marlins 7–5 Hirano (5–5) Guerrero (1–2) Ginkel (1) 15,897 77–74 W1
152 September 17 Marlins 6–12 Smith (9–10) Andriese (5–5) 19,745 77–75 L1
153 September 18 Marlins 5–4 Leake (12–11) Alcantara (5–14) Bradley (15) 17,731 78–75 W1
154 September 20 @ Padres 9–0 Kelly (12–14) Lauer (8–10) 27,023 79–75 W2
155 September 21 @ Padres 4–2 Clarke (5–5) Strahm (5–10) Bradley (16) 30,191 80–75 W3
156 September 22 @ Padres 4–6 (10) Strahm (6–10) López (2–7) 31,293 80–76 L1
157 September 23 Cardinals 7–9 Wainwright (14–9) Young (7–5) Martínez (24) 24,826 80–77 L2
158 September 24 Cardinals 3–2 (19) Ginkel (3–0) Brebbia (3–4) 26,097 81–77 W1
159 September 25 Cardinals 9–7 Kelly (13–14) Fernández (0–1) Bradley (17) 21,420 82–77 W2
160 September 27 Padres 6–3 Scott (1–0) Perdomo (2–4) Bradley (18) 32,244 83–77 W3
161 September 28 Padres 6–5 Sherfy (1–0) Bednar (0–2) Ginkel (2) 46,477 84–77 W4
162 September 29 Padres 1–0 Crichton (1–0) Strahm (6–11) 45,446 85–77 W5
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
Eduardo Escobar 158 636 94 171 29 10 35 118 5 50 .269 .511
Ketel Marte 144 569 97 187 36 9 32 92 10 53 .329 .592
Nick Ahmed 158 556 79 141 33 6 19 82 8 52 .254 .437
Christian Walker 152 529 86 137 26 1 29 73 8 67 .259 .476
Adam Jones 137 485 66 126 25 1 16 67 2 31 .260 .414
Jarrod Dyson 130 400 65 92 11 2 7 27 30 47 .230 .320
David Peralta 99 382 48 105 29 3 12 57 0 35 .275 .461
Carson Kelly 111 314 46 77 19 0 18 47 0 48 .245 .478
Wilmer Flores 89 265 31 84 18 0 9 37 0 15 .317 .487
Tim Locastro 91 212 38 53 12 2 1 17 17 14 .250 .340
Ildemaro Vargas 92 201 25 54 9 1 6 24 1 9 .269 .413
Jake Lamb 78 187 26 36 8 2 6 30 1 32 .193 .353
Alex Avila 63 164 22 34 8 0 9 24 1 36 .207 .421
Josh Rojas 41 138 17 30 7 0 2 16 4 18 .217 .312
Kevin Cron 39 71 12 15 4 0 6 16 0 4 .211 .521
Blake Swihart 31 66 9 9 0 0 3 9 0 4 .136 .273
John Ryan Murphy 25 62 9 11 3 0 4 7 0 6 .177 .419
Caleb Joseph 20 38 5 8 2 0 0 3 0 1 .211 .263
Abraham Almonte 17 31 11 9 3 1 1 4 0 7 .290 .548
Domingo Leyba 21 25 6 7 2 1 0 5 0 4 .280 .440
Yasmany Tomás 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000
Pitcher Totals 162 296 21 33 4 1 5 23 1 7 .111 .182
Team Totals 162 5633 813 1419 288 40 220 778 88 540 .252 .434

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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
Merrill Kelly 13 14 4.42 32 32 0 183.1 184 95 90 57 158
Robbie Ray 12 8 4.34 33 33 0 174.1 150 91 84 84 235
Zack Greinke 10 4 2.90 23 23 0 146.0 117 48 47 21 135
Taylor Clarke 5 5 5.31 23 15 1 84.2 86 55 50 30 68
Alex Young 7 5 3.56 17 15 0 83.1 72 40 33 27 71
Zack Godley 3 5 6.39 27 9 2 76.0 81 55 54 35 58
Archie Bradley 4 5 3.52 66 1 18 71.2 67 30 28 36 87
Matt Andriese 5 5 4.71 54 0 1 70.2 72 37 37 27 79
Luke Weaver 4 3 2.94 12 12 0 64.1 55 22 21 14 69
Yoan López 2 7 3.41 70 0 1 60.2 52 27 23 17 42
Mike Leake 3 3 4.35 10 10 0 60.0 74 36 29 8 27
T. J. McFarland 0 0 4.82 51 0 0 56.0 71 35 30 20 35
Yoshihisa Hirano 5 5 4.75 62 0 1 53.0 51 31 28 22 61
Andrew Chafin 2 2 3.76 77 0 0 52.2 52 23 22 18 68
Zac Gallen 2 3 2.89 8 8 0 43.2 37 14 14 18 53
Jon Duplantier 1 1 4.42 15 3 1 36.2 39 18 18 18 34
Greg Holland 1 2 4.54 40 0 17 35.2 25 18 18 24 41
Stefan Crichton 1 0 3.56 28 0 0 30.1 23 12 12 8 33
Kevin Ginkel 3 0 1.48 25 0 2 24.1 15 7 4 9 28
Matt Koch 0 0 9.15 9 0 0 20.2 29 21 21 4 9
James Sherfy 1 0 5.89 17 0 1 18.1 23 12 12 5 22
Robby Scott 1 0 4.91 11 0 0 7.1 8 4 4 7 9
Joel Payamps 0 0 4.50 2 0 0 4.0 4 2 2 3 3
John Ryan Murphy 0 0 27.00 2 0 0 3.0 10 9 9 3 0
Alex Avila 0 0 4.50 2 0 0 2.0 2 1 1 1 1
Caleb Joseph 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 1.1 0 0 0 0 0
Taijuan Walker 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 1
Team Totals 85 77 4.25 162 162 45 1465.0 1400 743 691 516 1427

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Roster

2019 Arizona Diamondbacks
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Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Minor league affiliations

Main article: List of Arizona Diamondbacks minor league affiliates

Level Team League Location
AAA Reno Aces Pacific Coast League Reno, Nevada
AA Jackson Generals Southern League Jackson, Tennessee
Advanced A Visalia Rawhide California League Visalia, California
A Kane County Cougars Midwest League Geneva, Illinois
Short Season A Hillsboro Hops Northwest League Hillsboro, Oregon
Rookie Missoula Osprey Pioneer League Missoula, Montana
AZL D-backs Arizona League Scottsdale, Arizona
DSL D-backs Dominican Summer League Boca Chica, Dominican Republic

References

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  3. ^ "D-backs win, ending streak of being average". ESPN.com. August 30, 2019. Retrieved November 4, 2019.
  4. ^ STATS, Stats By (August 26, 2019). "The @Dbacks have been within two games of .500 (plus or minus) every day going back to June 19. Their streak of 57 consecutive games played within two games of .500 is the longest in a single season in MLB history, surpassing the 56 straight of the 2007 Oakland A's. #RattleOn". @StatsBySTATS. Retrieved November 4, 2019.
  5. ^ Real or not? This home run thing has gotten out of hand
  6. ^ "19 innings later, D-backs have record-setting win".