The Diamondbacks have exceeded expectations this season and are hovering around .500. These five players have helped with that and all deserve to be considered for an All-Star roster spot.
Here are five players the Arizona Diamondbacks should strongly consider trading before the non-waiver trading deadline.
The Diamondbacks took the safe and smart route by drafting shortstop Dansby Swanson with the No. 1 pick.
The Arizona Diamondbacks traded Mark Trumbo to the Seattle Mariners. This was a great move for both organizations.
Archie Bradley continued to struggle for his fourth consecutive outing since coming off of the DL. It would be wise for the Arizona Diamondbacks to send him down to retune.
Paul Goldschmidt's ridiculous month of May should sway voters' minds to place Arizona Diamondbacks' first baseman at the top of the standings.
The Arizona Diamondbacks are reportedly going to sign C Jarrod Saltalamacchia soon. But there's not much value in the move, and here's why.
The Arizona Diamondbacks are lingering around .500, but they could look to trade some veterans before too long. Here are five Diamondbacks who should be on the trade block right now.
Archie Bradley's cheek, as expected, completely swelled up after taking a ball to the face.
Archie Bradley took a line-drive to the face on Tuesday night. Eventually able to walk under his own power, the result doesn't look good for the Arizona Diamondbacks' rotation.