While the team may be only a few years old, the franchise is already building a place in history. From the first moment Arizona began planning for a potential expansion team through the inaugural season to World Series champion there is a lot of events that have occurred. In this secion you will find a chronology of events, franchise firsts, commemorative baseballs, jersey numbers, and uniforms.
There is nothing quite like being at the ballpark. The smells of fresh cut grass and grilling hot dogs. The sounds of the crack of the bat or a perfect fastball hitting the catcher's mitt. These are the things that make baseball special. In the history of the Arizona Diamondbacks there have been countless memories made at each game. Here you will find schedules, game results, box scores and more to relive each game.
On November 16, 1995 ground was broken in Phoenix on what would become Bank One Ballpark. The stadium would be renamed Chase Field in 2005 and remains the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks. The team began Spring Training in 1998 at Tucson Electric Park but moved to Salt River Fields in Scottsdale in 2011. This section includes information on each of the stadiums the Diamondbacks have called home.
The Arizona Diamondbacks first player was drafted in 1996 two full years before the team would play their first game. From that moment on a countless number of players have arrived in Phoenix and worn the uniform of the local team. In this section you will find rosters from years past, a current roster, transactions of player movements, players who have been All-Stars for the Diamondbacks, and other interesting facts.