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Arizona Diamondbacks Debut “The Churro Dog”

Every year there is a new item that professional sports teams decide to put on their menus looking to get the attention of the fans. The Arizona Diamondbacks used an 18-inch bacon and cheese stuffed corn dog to gain that attention. This year, the team has introduced “The Churro Dog” which is a warm cinnamon churro inside a chocolate-glazed Long John and then topped with frozen...
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Diamondbacks Offering Up 1100 Calories of Awesomeness at Concession Stands This Season

There seems to be an unofficial contest among baseball parks these days to see who can come up with the biggest, most artery-clogging, treadmill demanding, pants splitting culinary creations for fans to enjoy at their own peril. Last season the D-Backs introduced fans to the 18-inch D-Bat Dog, a corndog filled with cheese and bacon for $25. It appears the park is now going to offer...
Via FatManWriting
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Diamondbacks Take the Hot Dog to Another Level

Major League Baseball and hot dogs make for a beautiful marriage. It’s one of the things that make a baseball game. Much like the players (and fans), they also come in all shapes and sizes. The Arizona Diamondbacks recently tried to outdo the 18-inch bacon-and-cheese stuffed corn dog that was famous last year by inventing The Churro Dog. According to, Diamondbacks...
Via Sportsnaut
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

The Diamondbacks will be selling a churro dog this year

The Arizona Diamondbacks are taking ridiculous ballpark food to the next level. Check out their newest creation – the churro dog. New to Chase Field this year: the Churro Dog. — Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) March 4, 2015 So, what’s *in* that delicious looking creation? Good question! Darren Rovell, take it away… The Churro Dog is a warm cinnamon...
Via Bloguin Best
1 day ago  |  Discuss

The Arizona Diamondbacks’ Churro Dog Is Heaven In A Donut Bun

The Arizona Diamondbacks' Churro Dog is heaven in a chocolate-glazed donut bun.
Via Gamedayr
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Diamondbacks unveil 'The Churro Dog'

The Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday unveiled what arguably is the leader in the clubhouse when it comes to the best new culinary treat set to be unleashed on baseball fans in ballparks all across the land. Behold, the most tempting — and probably tastiest concession item introduced ahead of the 2015 MLB season: The Churro...Read More The post Diamondbacks unveil dynamite new...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
1 day ago  |  Discuss

The Diamondbacks’ Churro Dog Looks Incredibly Mouth-Watering

New to Chase Field this year: the Churro Dog. — Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) March 4, 2015 Creative ballpark food often has to straddle the fine line between grand and obscene. The Diamondbacks’ newest creation, the Churro Dog, manages to do just that. How can one improve on a perfectly fried Churro? By sandwiching it Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
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D-backs to wear patch to honor local aid worker who died in Syria

  The Arizona Diamondbacks will wear a black patch with "KAYLA" on it in spring training games Tuesday through Sunday in memory of Kayla Mueller, the young Arizona woman who died in captivity in Syria. D-backs president Derrick Hall said the way the 26-year-old humanitarian aid worker "gave back to the world around her embodied many of the core values" of the Diamondbacks organization...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago  |  Discuss

D-backs' Reed confident he'll be ready for opening day

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Diamondbacks closer Addison Reed, delayed by shoulder soreness, on Sunday said he expects to pitch off a mound by March 20 and believes he will have enough time to be ready for the start of the regular season April 6. Even though an MRI last week found no structural damage to Reed's right shoulder, the D-backs will exercise caution in monitoring his return. Reed...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
4 days ago  |  Discuss

D-backs' Inciarte, Peralta hope to seize opportunity once again

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Ender Inciarte and David Peralta are Venezuelans, outfielders and opportunists. And they're at the heart of a Diamondbacks domino effect this spring. Both players finished Arizona's disappointing 2014 as feel-good stories. That's only a ticket to another opportunity under a new staff and a healthier roster this year. The friends are competing for one starting...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Tomas, O'Brien to play multiple positions for more at-bats

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- When spring training games get underway next week, don't be surprised when the Diamondbacks put third base experiment Yasmany Tomas in the outfield, or when catcher Peter O'Brien plays a little first base. Neither moved should be looked at as a sign of what the D-backs think of each player's defensive abilities. Manager Chip Hale said those two moves will give...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Healthy Pollock critical to any Diamondbacks success

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) Uncertainty abounds in position after position for the Arizona Diamondbacks this spring. Center field isn't one of them. A.J. Pollock has that spot nailed down and he will be looking to re-start that All-Star level of performance he had before a hand injury derailed it all. ''He's one of the catalysts of our team,'' general manager Dave Stewart said. ''He...
Via AP on Fox
5 days ago  |  Discuss

The Death Of Head-First Sliding, Hopefully

Last week, Nick Punto informed the Diamondbacks that he’d be taking the year off, deciding not to report to camp even though he had signed a minor league contract with the club earlier this winter. Though he claimed he wasn’t retiring, Punto is 37 and just put up a 73 wRC+ for Oakland, so it’s easy to […]
Via Fangraphs
7 days ago  |  Discuss

With all eyes on Yasmany Tomas, Jake Lamb battles for D-backs' attention

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Cuban Yasmany Tomas' life changed when he accepted the Arizona Diamondback's contract offer, a six-year, $68.5 million deal. Forgotten in such a significant decision of that one contract -- and the domino effect from a roster standpoint -- is Jake Lamb, the 24-year-old third baseman who finished the 2014 season learning the ways of major league life. People might...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Spring Preview: Questions to be Answered in Spring Training

With the first Spring Training game less than a week away, the Diamondbacks’ spring camp is buzzing with optimism and competition. Finishing the 2014 season as the worst team in baseball with a record of 64-98, the Diamondbacks hope to shock the baseball world by rebounding from their woes. In 2011, they won the NL West after finishing last in the division in the two previous seasons...
Via Hot Stove MLB
8 days ago  |  Discuss

2015 MLB Predictions: Arizona Diamondbacks

While many teams migrate to Arizona for spring training, today’s featured team calls the desert their year-round home. The Diamondbacks are looking to end a 3 year postseason drought following their 2011 season when they won 94 games and captured NL West title. During those 3 years, the team has failed to break .500, putting […]
Via Full Scale Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Diamondbacks Prospect Profile: Peter O’Brien

Peter O’Brien, acquired in the Martin Prado trade with the Yankees last summer, is currently ranked #14 on the Arizona Diamondbacks prospect list according to John Sickels’ Minor League Ball. Meanwhile Baseball America (BA) has him at #8 as a C/1B, blogger InsidetheZona lists O’Brien higher as Arizona’s 10th best prospect, and lists him at #9 with the following grades...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Catching options bring intrigue to D-backs' spring

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The Arizona Diamondbacks find themselves in a common corner for a team dealing with roster turnover. Change causes chemistry issues, and nowhere is that more concerning than between pitchers and catchers. Arizona shipped away cornerstone catcher Miguel Montero during the winter and did not make a major acquisition to replace him. The D-backs' relatively young...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
11 days ago  |  Discuss

D-Backs' billion-dollar deal and the bubble that refuses to pop

Despite television deals with ESPN, FOX, and TBS that will net Major League Baseball an average of $1.5 billion per year over the next years, franchises derive most of their revenue locally. Ticket sales, advertising, naming rights, local radio broadcasting rights, and local television rights constitute the majority of each team’s revenue. In recent years, […]
Via Fangraphs
13 days ago  |  Discuss

D-backs pitcher Daniel Hudson readies for comeback with open mind

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- History isn't kind to major league starting pitchers who have twice undergone Tommy John surgery. Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Daniel Hudson won't overlook those statistics, but it doesn't mean he won't begin spring training with a framework of a plan and some expectations to go with it. The 27-year-old missed more than two years of action after undergoing surgeries...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Diamondbacks get a $1 billion TV deal

The recent trend of baseball teams getting absurd local TV contracts isn’t ending any time soon. The Arizona Diamondbacks are cashing in (as we wrote about in October), and reports indicate they’ll be getting over $1 billion over the life of the new contract, expected to run between 15 and 20 years. Think about that for a second – $1 billion for the Arizona Diamondbacks...
Via Awful Announcing
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Trumbo beats D-backs in arbitration, will earn $6.9 million

  Mark Trumbo has won his salary arbitration case against the Arizona Diamondbacks and will get a $6.9 million salary this year instead of the team's $5.3 million offer. Howard Edelman, Margaret Brogan and Edna Francis made the decision Thursday, a day after listening to arguments. A 29-year-old outfielder and first baseman, Trumbo hit .235 with 14 homers and 61 RBI last season...
Via AP on Fox
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Eric Chavez could be a part-time A’s broadcaster this season

Long-time Oakland Athletics third baseman Eric Chavez could end up back with the team in a new position – broadcaster. Chavez and the team are discussing a commitment for him to call 20 games in 2015, and I assume he’ll be replacing Shooty Babbitt, who did 20 games last season. In 2012 and 2013, Scott Hatteberg worked 20 games as a part-time broadcaster with the A’s. One odd...
Via Awful Announcing
24 days ago  |  Discuss

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