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Diamondbacks 3, White Sox 6 - Glenn who?


The Diamondbacks played the first of two warm-up games at Chase Field last night, against Chicago. Here are the details, plus info on the struggles of Jon Rauch, and some projected 2009 standings.

Saturday Rockpile: ESPN's power rankings and pre-season predictions, Fogg to the Orioles?, more


ESPN.com has posted their first power rankings of the 2009 season. Colorado comes in at #24. The East Coast Sports Network likes the Rockies' depth at closer, but doesn't think the team will get...

Washington, D.C. Welcomes Their Nationals Back To Nationals Park...


The Washington Nationals are back in the nation's capital and Nationals Park to take on the Baltimore Orioles in the last game that doesn't count before Monday's Season Opener in Florida.

Diamondbacks 7, Brewers 8: The Slaughter of the Slaten


Arizona played their penultimate Cactus League game this afternoon, with Dan Haren taking the mound. Here's the details, and news on the battle for the 25th roster spot.

Rockies 4, White Sox 1: Good Jorge and the Colorado bullpen dominate the ChiSox


Rockies 4, White Sox 1: Behind a solid effort from the pitching staff, Colorado cruises to victory.

Diamondbacks 9, Dodgers 10: Rauch = Ouch


The Diamondbacks bullpen was set after this afternoon's game against the Dodgers. Here's the final relief corps lineup, and details of today's pre-season contest.

Spring Training Game #32: Jorge De La Rosa vs. Mark Buehrle


The Rockies (13-16) head north to Glendale's Camelback Ranch to take on the Chicago White Sox (14-17) today at 2:05 MT. Hopefully, good Jorge starts making more appearances, beginning with today. ...

The Washington Nationals' '09 Roster: Can Dmitri Young Do It? Is Scott Boras Serious About Stephen Strasburg?


As Dmitri Young tries to restart his career with the Washington Nationals, next year's #1 pick in the draft, Stephen Strasburg, is letting DC know what it will take to sign a top pick.

Diamondbacks 6, White Sox 9: Uncomfortable Reunions


The Diamondbacks took on their old Tucson Electric Park colleagues, with the Chicago White Sox returning to Southern Arizona. Doug Davis got the start for the local team: here's how the day went.

Diamondbacks Update: Garland's dead arm + Webb's live one


Jon Garland started last night's game, and reported himself ready to begin the season. Brandon Webb did the same this afternoon, and looks equally ready - here are the details of both.

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