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Latest Chase Field Items
Sporting a thick beard that would make his Duck Dynasty pals jealous, Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche is ready for a fresh start in 2014.
The Arizona Diamondbacks traded for Mark Trumbo for his power at the plate, and the slugger says he's ready to provide some big swings for his new team.
How dare the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrate in "our" swimming pool? That was the general sentiment of indignation after Adrian Gonzalez and 20 or so other Dodgers left the champagne-soaked visitors' clubhouse and jumped into the iconic Chase Field pool in jubilation after clinching the NL West title in Phoenix.
How dare the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrate in "our" swimming pool?
Justin Upton had a huge night in his return to Arizona with the Atlanta Braves.
Justin Upton homered in his return to Chase Field as a visiting player for the first time Monday night with the Atlanta Braves.
The Mexicans pulled it off with a nearly flawless game, getting good pitching, solid defense and some timely hits in front of a boisterous, pro-Mexican crowd of 44,256 at Chase Field.
The Arizona Diamondbacks completed an improbable run to their first NL West crown in four years, beating San Francisco 3-1 Friday night when rookie Paul Goldschmidt lined a two-run triple off Sergio Romo in the eighth inning.
The celebration started on the field, moved into the clubhouse, then back onto the field. Eventually, for a few players, it ended in the pool behind the wall in right center for a still-in-uniform swim that never felt so good.