Having regrouped and ready to make a run at a playoff spot, there’s never been a better time to buy single game tickets to watch the Diamondbacks at Chase Field. There’s been a reset with key additions as Arizona looks to keep pace with division rivals Los Angeles and San Francisco while chasing its first winning record in six years.
In addition to multiple visits from the Dodgers and Giants, the Diamondbacks will host World Series champion Chicago in August and NL East winners Washington shortly after the All-Star break. The AL champion Cleveland Indians are part of a season-opening 7-game homestand, so check the full season schedule below and get your Diamondbacks tickets now!
The Diamondbacks are looking for big things from their starting rotation as both Zack Greinke and Shelby Miller try to bounce back from sub-par seasons. They acquired Taijuan Wallker from Seattle to bolster the first five, and closer Fernando Rodney will bring stability to a bullpen that includes Jake Barrett and newcomer Chris Iannetta.
The Diamondbacks are counting on another banner year from four-time All-Star Paul Goldschmidt as well as outfielder Yasmany Tomas and third baseman Jake Lamb, who combined for 60 homers. Left fielder Brandon Drury showed promise in his first full season with the team, and A.J. Pollock rounds out a talented outfield after missing most of 2016 with an elbow injury.