Tag Archives: World Series

Baseball legend Joe Garagiola passes away at age 90

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – The baseball world is in mourning upon the news of Joe Garagiola’s passing on Wednesday morning at the age of 90 (Feb. 12, 1926 – March 23, 2016). Garagiola is survived by his wife, Audrie, eight grandchildren, and children Steve, Gina and Joe Jr., who served as Diamondbacks General Manager from 1997-2005. The following ... Read More »

Paul Goldschmidt doesn’t need to tweak much in his game

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. – Paul Goldschmidt had a monster 2015 season for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He set career-highs in batting average (.321), walks (118), intentional walks (29), stolen bases (21), on-base percentage (.435), slugging (.570) and OPS (1.005), to go along with his 33 home runs and 110 RBI. There’s not much Goldschmidt needs to do to take ... Read More »

The New Arizona Diamondbacks Coaching Staff

By: Kayla Mortellaro The Arizona Diamondbacks have changed and rearranged several new pieces to the coaching staff, while leaving some the same, this offseason. Last week, Chip Hale was named the new manager of the club. Thursday, the announcement came that rounded out his coaching staff. Glenn Sherlock is set to be the new bench coach. Sherlock has been with ... Read More »