2014 Arizona Diamondbacks Schedule
There's nothing like Major League Baseball if you love watching the best of
the best on the diamond, as this is a sport that springs to a whole different level when you're watching teams stacked with
world-class ballplayers. Come out and see all of the exciting match-ups this season as the Diamondbacks hit the field looking
to do their thing and get back into the playoff mix, giving you games that are sure to be absolutely packed with towering
homers, sensational defensive plays and clutch at-bats that will have you gripping your seat with both hands – or jumping
clean out of it altogether.
From spring training all the way to game 162 in the regular season, there are always plenty
of reasons to get out to a big game featuring the Arizona Diamondbacks, and that's not something you can experience through
the television screen. The Diamondbacks will be eyeing the playoffs from the very beginning of the season, and you never know
what is going to happen when they hit the field against a talented foe that is also looking to put up a big win. The N.L.
West has plenty of talent thanks to teams the Rockies, the Dodgers, the Giants and the Padres, but the Diamondbacks have a
balanced roster that definitely won't go quietly this season.
When the game is still up
in the air and the buzz of the crowd is getting taken to the next level, you'll understand loud and clear that there is absolutely
nothing else like seeing baseball first-hand. Both home and on the road, the Diamondbacks will have plenty of fanfare at their
backs, giving you 162 different opportunities to see if the Diamondbacks have what it takes in 2014. Baseball has been around
for a long time, dating all the way back to the 19th century and giving fans many great moments over the years. Though things
have changed quite a bit since the early days, the game is still as exciting as ever, as Major League Baseball routinely brings
together some of the most skilled ballplayers in the world to battle it out on the diamond.
the Diamondbacks looking to round into form and reach their potential, it's the perfect time to snag a few seats, secure your
favorite gear and get ready to watch the Diamondbacks take to the diamond. Players like Mark Trumbo, Martin Prado, Paul Goldschmidt
and more provide plenty of pop in the lineup, and talented arms like Patrick Corbin are known to dice up opposing hitters
with regularity. Thanks to that type of balance, the D-Backs have the type of team that can do a whole lot of damage on the
diamond, providing plenty of incentive to head out and make sure you see the action first-hand this season.
Did you know that Luis Gonzalez holds the record for the highest slugging percentage for a season
in D-Backs history?
Luis Gonzalez was one of the greatest hitters in D-Backs history, boasting a stretch when he was
actually among the game's very best. In 2001, Gonzalez ended up putting up a ridiculous.688 slugging percentage, a record
that remains tops in franchise history and is likely to stay that way for a while longer.
Even though the Diamondbacks have only been around since 1998, they have one of the biggest fan followings
in the league, and that's only going to increase with this young and exciting roster. The D-backs won the World Series in
2001, and they've won their division several times, providing some major thrills to their dedicated fans in the process. You
never know when you're going to see the next superstar burst onto the scene with a banner day, as this is a franchise that
tends to have plenty of talent on the roster, from savvy vets to explosive ballplayers on the rise.
Field is sure to be filled to the brim with excitable fans for the biggest games down the stretch of yet another intense season,
making it always a good time to ditch the couch for the stands. Sure, you could see the action from that fancy TV you have
in the living room, but it's a different experience altogether to get out to the stands on a beautiful day and watch the game
unfold first-hand. In the stands alongside thousands of your fellow fans, you'll see that baseball springs to a much higher
level that you can never dream of capturing from home. America's Pastime is still a spectator sport of the highest order,
and the Diamondbacks have another talented squad that makes them a team to keep your eye on this season as they look to make
a move up the N.L. West standings. When the D-Backs are squaring off against a rival and the game is still up in the air,
you'll see with clarity the difference in experience.