On March 22, 2014 the Diamondbacks hosted the Los Angeles Dodgers at the Sydney Cricket Grounds in Sydney Australia.
This was the first time the Arizona Diamondbacks would start the season out of the United States. They would play a two-game series with the Dodgers then return to the USA to resume Spring Training before re-starting the regular season again on March 31, 2014 at Chase Field.
Left-handed pitcher Wade Miley would make his first Opening Day start taking the mound for the Arizona Diamondbacks in place of the injured Patrick Corbin.
The Opening Day line-up featured three changes from the previous season.
Chris Owings would get the Opening Day start at shortstop for the first time in his young career. Mark Trumbo who came to the Diamondbacks in a trade during the off-season made the start in left field. Miley was the Opening Day starting pitcher for the first time in his career.
For the seventh time in franchise history the Diamondbacks lost their season opener. The final score Diamondbacks 1 - Dodgers 3 in front of 38,266.
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