MLB Winter Meetings: Arizona Diamondbacks Laying In the Weeds

By Devin O'Barr
Arizona Diamondbacks
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For the second straight offseason, the Arizona Diamondbacks are expected to make a rather large trade. However, this time it looks like the Diamondbacks will be buyers instead of sellers. A year removed from a Justin Upton deal that many MLB fans criticized; Arizona is now on the prowl for a starting pitcher and there’s no denying it:

Well, if that’s not confidence then I don’t know what is. Even still, Towers is no stranger to pulling the trigger on a deal that he believes will help his team in the long run. For instance, Arizona has been rumored in plenty of trade scenarios including Jeff Samardzija, David Price and even Chris Sale. Needless to say, the Diamondbacks aren’t in those rumors by accident.

See: Arizona Diamondbacks Looking To Trade For Quality Starter

The Diamondbacks are serious about adding another top-notch pitcher and it’s just a matter of time before Towers strikes with a MLB-shattering trade. Moreover, the D-Backs are in a position where if they don’t strike they are only putting themselves further behind the eight ball given what the Los Angeles Dodgers have done with their pitching staff and team in general.

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