Who are the new Arizona Diamondbacks Players?
The Arizona Diamondbacks didn’t make many splashy moves this offseason, but they needed bench and pitching depth and made solid acquisitions this winter.
- 3B/DH Evan Longoria
- RP Andrew Chafin
- RP Miquel Castro
- OF Kyle Lewis
- RP Scott McGough
- C Gabe Moreno
- OF/DH Lourdes Gurriel Jr
2023 Arizona Diamondbacks Overview
The Arizona Diamondbacks are a young, hungry team and we have all you need to know to prepare for the upcoming season.
Who is the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Manager?
Torey Lovullo has been the Arizona Diamondbacks manager since 2017 and has a record of 411-459 and was 1-3 during the 2017 postseason.
What division does the Arizona Diamondbacks Play?
The Arizona Diamondbacks are part of the National League West Division. Arizona won the 2001 World Series and the NL West five times since becoming a franchise in 1998.
Where do the Arizona Diamondbacks play their Home Games?
The Arizona Diamondbacks play their home games at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona.
Is There a Retail Sportsbook or Betting Kiosk at Chase Field?
Caesars Sportsbook is located within the grounds of Chase Field. Caesars has live betting windows and kiosks inside the stadium, and live or In-Game betting is also available.
Who is The Arizona Diamondbacks Best Starting Pitcher?
Right-handed pitcher Zac Gallen is the Arizona Diamondbacks’ best-starting pitcher. Gallen was 12-5 with a 2.54 ERA with 194 strikeouts over 184 innings. The Diamondbacks projected starting rotation is expected to be
- RHP Zac Gallen
- RHP Merrill Kelly
- LHP Madison Bumgarner
- RHP Zach Davies
- RHP Ryne Nelson
Who is the Arizona Diamondbacks Closer?
Mark Melancon is the Arizona Diamondbacks projected closer for 2023. Melancon was 3-10 with 18 saves and a 4.66 ERA over 56 innings in 2022. The rest of the bullpen is expected to be;
- LHP Andrew Chafin
- RHP Kevin Ginkel
- RHP Mark Melancon
- LHP Joe Mantiply
- RHP Miguel Castro
- RHP Scott McGough
- LHP Kyle Nelson
- RHP Corbin Martin
Who is the Arizona Diamondbacks Best Offensive Player?
1B Christian Walker is the Arizona Diamondbacks’ best offensive player. Walker blasted 36 bombs with 94 RBI over 536 at-bats in 2022. Walker isn’t the only solid hitter for the Diamondbacks, and this is Arizona’s expected Opening Day lineup.
- LF Corbin Carroll
- 2B Ketel Marte
- RF Jake McCarthy
- 1B Christian Walker
- 3B Josh Rojas
- DH Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
- CF Alek Thomas
- C Carson Kelly
- SS Nick Ahmed
Who Is the Best Player in Arizona Diamondbacks Farm System?
SS Jordan Lawler is the Arizona Diamondbacks’ best player in their farm system and is considered one of the best baseball prospects. He should be with the Diamondbacks at some point this season.
2023 Arizona Diamondbacks Betting Predictions
The 2023 Arizona Diamondbacks should have a decent season, but how will they fare against the various Futures Odds sports betting markets?
Can the Arizona Diamondbacks win 74.5 -110 at Caesars?
No, the Arizona Cardinals won’t win Over 74.5 games this season.
The Diamondbacks will have the bats to get the job done in 2023, the pitching outside of Gallen is suspect, and Arizona is relying on too many unproven arms out of the bullpen. The Diamondbacks have many good young players, and while they will improve from their 2022 season, Arizona isn’t 23 games better than last season.
Can the Arizona Diamondbacks Reach the 2023 MLB Playoffs?
No, the Arizona Diamondbacks won’t reach the 2023 MLB playoffs. The NL West is loaded, and the teams to beat are the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres. Arizona’s -600 at Caesars might have some preseason value, but -600 is too much juice to pay for an MLB Futures bet.
Can Arizona Diamondbacks SP Zac Gallen win the 2023 Cy Young Award?
Yes, Gallen can win the 2023 NL Cy Young Award, and +1400 at Caesars is a good bet. Gallen was 4th in the National League in ERA and had 19 quality starts of his 31 trips to the hill in 2022. He’ll have competition from the NY Mets Justin Verlander and Miami Marlins starter Sandy Alcantara, but if Gallen starts the season, hot +1400 will be gone forever.
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