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Arizona Diamondbacks
First Season
Team History
Arizona Diamondbacks (1998-present)
Major League Baseball (1998–present)
  • National League (1998–present)
    • NL West (1998–present)
Chase Field (1998-present)
Minor League Affiliates
Reno Aces (AAA)
Key People
Players • Managers • Executives


Home programs by season

Season/Date Type Opponent Venue
1998 Spring Training n/a Tucson Electric Park
1999 Spring Training n/a Tucson Electric Park
Regular Season n/a Bank One Ballpark
2000 Regular Season n/a Bank One Ballpark
2001 Spring Training n/a Tucson Electric Park
2001 NLCS Atlanta Braves Bank One Ballpark
2001 World Series New York Yankees Bank One Ballpark
2007 NLCS Colorado Rockies Bank One Ballpark
2010 Regular Season n/a Chase Field
2017 Wild Card Colorado Rockies Chase Field
NLDS Los Angeles Dodgers Chase Field

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2020s 2020 • 2021 • 2022


2000s 2006
2020s 2020
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