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Arizona Diamondbacks 2022 Game Recap

Where did the Diamondbacks wind up at the end of the 2022 season? Their record stood at 74-88, which was 37 games back of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Notable players in 2022 include Christian Walker, Daulton Varsho, Geraldo Perdomo, and Ketel Marte.

Christian Walker hit 36 home runs, drove in 94 RBIs, and had 141 hits for the season. He was the team's power hitter, to be sure. Daulton Varsho played both outfield and catcher. He hit 27 home runs and drove in 74 RBIs. Geraldo Perdomo had 431 at-bats this season and he was known more for his defense. He did drive in 40 RBIs and hit five home runs. Ketel Marte spent time at second base, shortstop, and centerfield. He hit 12 home runs, over 118 hits for the season.   

In 2023, Evan Longoria will be heading to Arizona, after he signed a one-year deal with the team.  

Diamondbacks 2021 Season Review

The 2021 Arizona Diamondbacks were managed by Torey Lovullo. The team is currently rebuilding for the future. Fans may want to look past their 52-110 record and know that the team is looking to build with new coaching and training staff. Jeff Banister was just brought on as bench coach, and this move is good for their current efforts. Banister was the manager for the Rangers up until the end of the 2018 season. Luis Urueta will be stepping down as bench manager but plans to stay with the team. General Manager Mike Hazen puts the 52-110 season squarely on his shoulders. He says that the team will improve in 2022.
Three players have contract options in 2022. Kole Calhoun, Merrill Kelly, and Tyler Clippard all have options that will need to be addressed. There are no free agents to make decisions about for next season. As for arbitration, six players will be up for that in 2022. Carson Kelly will more than likely be tendered, along with J.B. Wendelken. Christian Weaver should see himself as tendered as well. Winter meetings begin in early December, and from there the team will start with the bullpen. Younger pitchers will get their chance at the majors in the bullpen. As far as offense, there are so many holes to fill. 2022 comes with many unknowns for the Diamondbacks.

Diamondbacks 2015-2018 

The Arizona Diamondbacks had a lackluster 2015. The team finished the season with an overall record of 79-83, good for third place in the National League West, 13 games out of first place. However, this is progress for this team, as the Diamondbacks were considered a young team on the rise. This offseason, the Diamondbacks had a big hole to fill, they needed an ace, and filled it with the biggest name on the market, Zack Greinke, to the tune of six years and 206.5 million.

The Diamondbacks entered 2016 with big aspirations as they were expected to contend for a playoff spot. It is safe to say 2016 has been a nightmare for the Diamondbacks. The team has been injured all season, and those injuries started late in Spring Training when star outfielder A.J. Pollack broke his right elbow sliding into home plate. As it currently stands, the Diamondbacks sit at 58-79, good for fourth place in the National League West, and are not going to make the playoffs in 2016.

The Arizona Diamondbacks had major expectations entering 2016, and they failed to meet those expectations. Let's be frank. They didn't even come close. The phrase “crash and burn” fits the 2016 Arizona Diamondbacks perfectly. Indeed they did crash and burn. The team was expected to be one of the two wild card teams in the playoffs, and possibly even win the division. Instead, they finished 69-93, nowhere near playoff contention, and a whopping 18 games back of the second wild-card spot.

That led to the firing of manager Chip Hale, general manager Dave Stewart, and director of baseball operations Tony La Russa. It just goes to show you that just because you might have been a great player or great manager, it doesn't make you a great executive. Entering the off-season, the first order of business was to hire a new general manager and manager. The first hire was Mike Hazen tagged to be the general manager. He turned around and hired Torey Lovullo to be the manager. After that, they had a very quiet off-season other than settling arbitration with players such as shortstop Chris Owings and left-handed pitcher Patrick Corbin. Late in January, as many teams do, they took a pair of fliers on a couple of veterans, catcher Josh Thole, and outfielder Gregor Blanco, who never made it out of Spring Training.

Following a tough 2016 campaign, the Arizona Diamondbacks overhauled their front office, removing general manager Dave Stewart and Tony La Russa from their respective roles. The club replaced Stewart with Mike Hazen, who didn’t do much last offseason, and in 2017, the Diamondbacks were expected to finish last. The team surprised everybody, finishing with a record of 93-69, good for the first Wild Card spot, winning the Wild Card game, and losing to the eventual National League Champion Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL Division Series. 

 

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