2008 Arizona Diamondbacks season

The Arizona Diamondbacks' 2008 season was the 11th season of the franchise in Major League Baseball. Arizona tried to defend their NL West title after winning the division the previous year. But despite a franchise-best 20-8 start in the months of March and April, they couldn't maintain the division lead late in the season and collapsed with many losing streaks and stumbled to an 82-80 record, good enough for a second-place finish, only two games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers.

2008 Arizona Diamondbacks
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record82–80 (.506)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Ken Kendrick
Jeff Moorad
General manager(s)Josh Byrnes
Manager(s)Bob Melvin
Local televisionFSN Arizona
(Daron Sutton, Mark Grace, Greg Schulte, Joe Garagiola, Matt Williams)
Local radioKTAR (620 AM)
(Greg Schulte, Jeff Munn, Tom Candiotti)
KSUN (Spanish)
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Regular season

The 2008 season saw the best start in Diamondbacks history, going 20-8 in March/April and end up being way ahead in first place in the NL West. During the great start, Brandon Webb had his best career start by winning his first 9 decisions. The only low point was that starting pitcher Doug Davis was being diagnosed with thyroid cancer, before he could get his first start. Characteristically, Davis made his first two scheduled starts before undergoing surgery on April 8. Fortunately, his surgery was a success and was able to get back on the mound just 6 weeks later.

One of the more shining moments of April was when rookie pitcher Max Scherzer made his major league debut by pitching 4.1 perfect innings of relief, where he struck out 7 Astros. While doing this, Max passed Pete Richert of the 1962 Dodgers for the record for the number of consecutive batters retired (13) for a pitcher making his MLB debut as a reliever. Consequently, Scherzer was immediately promoted to the starting rotation, in the absence of Davis; he was relatively effective; in his four major-league outings (the aforementioned relief role against the Astros as well as three starts in Doug Davis' spot in the rotation), Scherzer had a 2.33 ERA with 23 strikeouts in 1913 innings.

(Upon Davis' return, Scherzer was returned to the bullpen and optioned back to AAA Tucson in early June, and he eventually spent about a month on the Sidewinders' DL with shoulder inflammation. Davis, for his part, has had a less-than-stellar 2008 season, he is 4-7 with a 4.75 ERA as of late August.)

May was a much different month for the D-backs. The team saw a sharp decline in hitting and run production compared to April, and was their first losing month (11-17) since September 2006. The biggest disappointment had to have been the month-long slump right fielder Eric Byrnes fell into, where he hit .195 and had only 8 RBIs. Much speculation about his strained hamstring causing him to not perform well eventually led to him being put on the 15-day DL on May 27. He came back to action only to tear the left hamstring in late June, and was placed on the 60-day DL at that time.

The Diamondbacks continued to lead the NL West despite only being 47-48 at the All-Star break.

On July 17, 2008, Tony Clark was traded back to the D-backs from the San Diego Padres for a minor league pitcher, Evan Scribner.

On August 5, Dan Haren signed a four-year, $44.75 million deal with the Diamondbacks worth a guaranteed $41.25 million through 2012 and includes a $15.5 million club option for 2013 with a $3.5 million buyout.[1]

Orlando Hudson, one of the more consistent offensive D-backs players in 2008, underwent season-ending surgery on his left wrist August 9 in the wake of a collision with catcher Brian McCann of the Atlanta Braves. Hudson became a free agent in the offseason and signed with the division rival Los Angeles Dodgers.

LF Eric Byrnes has been on the 60-day disabled list since late June, with a torn left hamstring, and was not expected to return to the lineup this season.

On August 11, 2008, Dallas Buck, RHP Micah Owings (pending clearing of waivers), and one other prospect were traded to the Reds (in last place in the NL Central at the time) in exchange for OF Adam Dunn. Dunn, who was tied for the major league lead with 32 home runs, was expected to provide a significant boost to an offense that has struggled to score runs for most of the season. Dunn seemed quite positive about being traded to a ballclub in first place in its division in August.[2] The move was seen by some fans as a belated attempt by the D-backs to counter the trade by their division rival, the Los Angeles Dodgers, for Boston Red Sox power-hitting OF Manny Ramirez on July 31; and also to compensate for the injuries to Hudson and Byrnes, generally considered two of the more "power-hitting" Diamondbacks on a team which has relied heavily on pitching and defense in recent years.

Owings, once considered an excellent pitching prospect for the Diamondbacks, has struggled in the 2008 campaign with a 7.09 ERA since April 21.[3] Owings must clear waivers before being able to join the Reds, otherwise he will remain a member of the Diamondbacks through the remainder of the season.

On August 31, the Diamondbacks acquired former World Series MVP David Eckstein to fill the hole at secondbase which was opened after Orlando Hudson was placed on the disabled list. Eckstein was traded from the Toronto Blue Jays for Minor League pitcher Chad Beck.[4]

As of September 25, the D-Backs fell out of playoff contention with a 12-3 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals.

National League West

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Dodgers 8478 0.519 48–33 36–45
Arizona Diamondbacks 8280 0.506 2 48–33 34–47
Colorado Rockies 7488 0.457 10 43–38 31–50
San Francisco Giants 7290 0.444 12 37–44 35–46
San Diego Padres 6399 0.389 21 35–46 28–53

Record vs. opponents


Source:
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona3–52–42–415–32–74–28–102–53–33–44–310–811–73–44–26–9
Atlanta5–30–63–34–310–83–34–23–611–74–142–55–12–52–56–128–7
Chicago4–26–08–75–14–38–95–29–74–23–414–45–24–39–63–36–9
Cincinnati4–23–37–81–56–23–121–710–83–43–56–94–35–15–104–39–6
Colorado3–153–41–55–15–33–38–104–33–60–55–29–911–73–44–37–8
Florida7–28–103–42–63–54–23–45–18–1010–83–24–23–32–514–35–10
Houston2–43–39–812–33–32–44–37–85–23–48–83–37–17–84–27–11
Los Angeles10–82–42–57–110–84–33–44–23–44–45–211–79–92–43–35–10
Milwaukee5–26–37–98–103–41–58–72–42–41–514–14–36–010–56–27–8
New York3–37–112–44–36–310–82–54–34–211–74–32–55–14–312–69–6
Philadelphia4–314–44–35–35–08–104–34–45–17–114–24–23–35–412–64–11
Pittsburgh3–45–24–149–62–52–38–82–51–143–42–43–44–210–73–46–9
San Diego8–101–52–53–49–92–43–37–113–45–22–44–35–131–65–13–15
San Francisco7–115–23–41–57–113–31–79–90–61–53–32–413–54–37–06–12
St. Louis4–35–26–910–54–35–28–74–25–103–44–57–106–13–45–17–8
Washington2–412–63–33–43–43–142–43–32–66–126–124–31–50–71–58–10

Game log

Legend
Diamondbacks Win Diamondbacks Loss Game Postponed
2008 Game Log (82-80)
March/April (20-8)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
1March 31@ Reds4 – 2Webb (1-0)Harang (0-1)Lyon (1)42,4981-0
2April 2@ Reds6 – 5Affeldt (1-0)Lyon (0-1)14,0161-1
3April 3@ Reds3 – 2Cueto (1-0)Davis (0-1)Cordero (1)11,9871-2
4April 4@ Rockies8 – 1Owings (1-0)Redman (0-1)49,2332-2
5April 5@ Rockies7 – 2Webb (2-0)Francis (0-1)43,1243-2
6April 6@ Rockies5 – 2 (10)Lyon (1-1)Bowie (0-1)Qualls (1)42,8654-2
7April 7Dodgers9 – 3Haren (1-0)Loaiza (0-2)49,0575-2
8April 8Dodgers10 – 5Davis (1-1)Billingsley (0-1)28,9736-2
9April 9Dodgers4 – 3Owings (2-0)Kuroda (1-1)Lyon (2)23,3317-2
10April 11Rockies8 – 2Webb (3-0)Francis (0-2)31,7328-2
11April 12Rockies10 – 3Haren (2-0)Morales (0-1)29,2569-2
12April 13Rockies13 – 5Cook (1-1)González (0-1)31,3219-3
13April 14@ Giants5 – 4Yabu (1-1)Qualls (0-1)Wilson (4)30,3719-4
14April 15@ Giants8 – 2Owings (3-0)Correia (1-2)30,06810-4
15April 16@ Giants4 – 1Webb (4-0)Zito (0-4)Lyon (3)30,51011-4
16April 18Padres9 – 0Haren (3-0)Maddux (2-1)26,78312-4
17April 19Padres10 – 3Cruz (1-0)Thatcher (0-2)39,72613-4
18April 20Padres9 – 4Wolf (2-0)Johnson (0-1)28,09013-5
19April 21Giants4 – 2Owings (4-0)Correia (1-3)Lyon (4)22,09714-5
20April 22Giants5 – 4Webb (5-0)Zito (0-5)Lyon (5)25,07415-5
21April 23@ Dodgers8 – 3Lowe (2-1)Haren (3-1)Saito (2)42,59015-6
22April 24@ Dodgers6 – 4González (1-1)Billingsley (0-4)Lyon (6)38,35016-6
23April 25@ Padres5 – 1Johnson (1-1)Wolf (2-1)31,34017-6
24April 26@ Padres8 – 7 (13)Rusch (1-2)Petit (0-1)31,29517-7
25April 27@ Padres2 – 1Webb (6-0)Peavy (3-1)Lyon (7)40,07418-7
26April 28Astros5 – 3Haren (4-1)Sampson (1-3)Lyon (8)19,86819-7
27April 29Astros6 – 4Brocail (1-0)González (1-2)Valverde (5)20,24119-8
28April 30Astros8 – 7Medders (1-0)Borkowski (0-2)Lyon (9)21,51920-8
May (11-17)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
29May 2Mets7 – 2Maine (3-2)Owings (4-1)35,68220-9
30May 3Mets10 – 4Webb (7-0)Pelfrey (2-2)34,74421-9
31May 4Mets5 – 2Sosa (4-1)Qualls (0-2)Wagner (7)37,59321-10
32May 5Phillies11 – 4Moyer (2-2)Scherzer (0-1)21,26621-11
33May 6Phillies6 – 4Johnson (2-1)Eaton (0-1)Lyon (10)26,23422-11
34May 7Phillies5 – 4Romero (3-0)Qualls (0-3)Lidge (8)21,26022-12
35May 8Phillies8 – 3Webb (8-0)Myers (2-3)21,94223-12
36May 9@ Cubs3 – 1Lilly (3-4)Haren (4-2)Wood (6)40,23623-13
37May 10@ Cubs7 – 2Eyre (1-0)Qualls (0-4)41,59723-14
38May 11@ Cubs6 – 4Mármol (1-0)Peña (0-1)Wood (7)39,74023-15
39May 13Rockies8 – 4Johnson (3-1)Francis (0-4)27,29224-15
40May 14Rockies4 – 3Owings (5-1)de la Rosa (1-2)Lyon (11)23,12725-15
41May 15Rockies8 – 5Webb (9-0)Cook (6-2)Lyon (12)21,44726-15
42May 16Tigers4 – 3Haren (5-2)Miner (1-3)Peña (1)33,53127-15
43May 17Tigers3 – 2Galarraga (3-2)Scherzer (0-2)Jones (6)48,80427-16
44May 18Tigers4 – 0Johnson (4-1)Robertson (1-4)38,79328-16
45May 20@ Marlins3 – 2Hendrickson (6-2)Owings (5-2)Gregg (8)10,69628-17
46May 21@ Marlins3 – 1Nolasco (3-3)Webb (9-1)Gregg (9)11,22728-18
47May 22@ Marlins4 – 0Miller (4-3)Haren (5-3)13,23328-19
48May 23@ Braves11 – 1Davis (2-1)Reyes (2-2)27,26329-19
49May 24@ Braves3 – 1Boyer (1-3)Slaten (0-1)36,26329-20
50May 25@ Braves9 – 3Owings (6-2)Glavine (2-2)35,62830-20
51May 26@ Braves7 – 3Acosta (3-1)Webb (9-2)29,63530-21
52May 27Giants6 – 3Lincecum (7-1)Haren (5-4)Wilson (15)23,60430-22
53May 28Giants11 – 3Sánchez (3-3)Davis (2-2)24,33630-23
54May 29Giants4 – 3Walker (3-3)Qualls (0-5)Wilson (16)21,03730-24
55May 30Nationals7 – 4Hanrahan (1-2)Owings (6-3)Rauch (12)25,39130-25
56May 31Nationals4 – 0Webb (10-2)Bergmann (1-2)38,50731-25
June (11-16)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
57June 1Nationals5 – 0Haren (6-4)Hill (0-2)28,24932-25
58June 2@ Brewers4 – 3Mota (2-3)Slaten (0-2)Torres (6)27,56232-26
59June 3@ Brewers7 – 1McClung (3-2)Johnson (4-2)29,47832-27
60June 4@ Brewers10 – 1Parra (4-2)Owings (6-4)27,53932-28
61June 6@ Pirates3 – 1Webb (11-2)Snell (2-6)Lyon (13)19,43733-28
62June 7@ Pirates4 – 3Cruz (2-0)Grabow (4-2)Lyon (14)20,96734-28
63June 8@ Pirates6 – 4Dumatrait (3-3)Davis (2-3)Capps (14)22,22234-29
64June 9@ Pirates5 – 3Duke (4-4)Johnson (4-3)Capps (15)10,71734-30
65June 10@ Mets9 – 5Qualls (1-5)Smith (0-1)45,80835-30
66June 11@ Mets5 – 3Vargas (3-2)González (1-3)46,50335-31
67June 12@ Mets5 – 4Lyon (2-1)Heilman (0-3)47,04236-31
68June 13Royals1 – 0Buckner (1-0)Yabuta (1-2)33,32337-31
69June 14Royals12 – 3Hochevar (4-5)Johnson (4-4)44,61537-32
70June 15Royals8 – 3Meche (4-8)Owings (6-5)39,12537-33
71June 17Athletics15 – 1Duchscherer (7-4)Webb (11-3)28,71037-34
72June 18Athletics11 – 1Haren (7-4)Blanton (3-10)28,50738-34
73June 19Athletics2 – 1Peña (1-1)Foulke (0-2)Lyon (15)31,99739-34
74June 20@ Twins7 – 2Baker (3-2)Johnson (4-5)29,06939-35
75June 21@ Twins6 – 1Blackburn (6-4)Owings (6-6)25,50539-36
76June 22@ Twins5 – 3Hernández (8-4)Webb (11-4)Nathan (19)31,49739-37
77June 23@ Red Sox2 – 1Haren (8-4)Beckett (7-5)Lyon (16)37,69440-37
78June 24@ Red Sox5 – 4Smith (1-0)Qualls (1-6)Papelbon (22)37,86740-38
79June 25@ Red Sox5 – 0Wakefield (5-5)Johnson (4-6)Papelbon (23)37,92440-39
80June 27@ Marlins3 – 1Nolasco (8-4)Owings (6-7)Gregg (14)15,29140-40
81June 28@ Marlins6 – 2Webb (12-4)A. Miller (5-7)27,77741-40
82June 29@ Marlins4 – 3Nelson (1-0)Lyon (2-2)11,32741-41
83June 30Brewers6 – 3Davis (3-3)Bush (4-8)Lyon (17)23,04042-41
July (14-11)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
84July 1Brewers8 – 6Suppan (5-6)Johnson (4-7)Torres (14)21,73642-42
85July 2Brewers4 – 3Riske (1-1)Lyon (2-3)Torres (15)22,32442-43
86July 3Brewers6 – 5Rosales (1-0)Torres (4-2)23,84243-43
87July 4Padres5 – 1Baek (2-4)Haren (8-5)49,11043-44
88July 5Padres4 – 2Peavy (6-5)Davis (3-4)Hoffman (16)40,97643-45
89July 6Padres3 – 2Johnson (5-7)Banks (2-4)Lyon (18)28,24644-45
90July 8@ Nationals2 – 0Webb (13-4)Pérez (2-6)Lyon (19)26,82045-45
91July 9@ Nationals5 – 0Lannan (5-9)Owings (6-8)25,86245-46
92July 10@ Nationals7 – 5 (11)Qualls (2-6)Ayala (1-5)27,33046-46
93July 11@ Phillies6 – 5 (12)Seánez (4-3)Robertson (0-1)45,02846-47
94July 12@ Phillies10 – 4Johnson (6-7)Eaton (3-8)45,00647-47
95July 13@ Phillies6 – 3Madson (2-0)Qualls (2-7)45,27747-48
96July 18Dodgers8 – 7 (11)Wade (1-1)Slaten (0-3)Broxton (1)38,56147-49
97July 19Dodgers3 – 2Haren (9-5)Billingsley (9-9)Lyon (20)41,45848-49
98July 20Dodgers6 – 5Troncoso (1-1)Lyon (2-4)Broxton (2)39,21748-50
99July 21Cubs2 – 0Johnson (7-7)Harden (5-2)34,62749-50
100July 22Cubs9 – 2Petit (1-1)Marquis (6-6)35,33750-50
101July 23Cubs10 – 6Lilly (10-6)Davis (3-5)37,30150-51
102July 25@ Giants10 – 2Haren (10-5)Sánchez (8-6)32,85151-51
103July 26@ Giants5 – 3Webb (14-14)Walker (3-6)37,09452-51
104July 27@ Giants7 – 2Johnson (8-7)Zito (5-13)40,07153-51
105July 28@ Padres8 – 5Maddux (4-8)Owings(6-9)29,30253-52
106July 29@ Padres3 – 0Davis (4-5)Hensley (1-2)29,13154-52
107July 30@ Padres7 – 3Haren (11-5)Baek (3-6)31,75555-52
108July 31@ Dodgers2 – 1Webb (15-4)Lowe (8-9)42,44056-52
August (13-15)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
109August 1@ Dodgers2 – 1Johnson (9-7)Park (4-3)55,23957-52
110August 2@ Dodgers4 – 2Kuroda (6-8)Petit (1-2)54,54457-53
111August 3@ Dodgers9 – 3Wade (2-1)Davis (4-6)52,97257-54
112August 4Pirates13 – 7Haren (12-5)Davis (1-1)21,82658-54
113August 5Pirates3 – 1Webb (16-4)Duke (4-10)25,10959-54
114August 6Pirates2 – 0Karstens (2-0)Johnson (9-8)28,55659-55
115August 7Braves6 – 4Morton (3-5)Petit (1-3)Gonzalez (5)27,78759-56
116August 8Braves11 – 6Campillo (7-4)Davis (4-7)Bennett (3)27,99659-57
117August 9Braves11 – 4Jurrjens (11-7)Haren (12-6)36,61359-58
118August 10Braves6 – 1Webb (17-4)Hampton (1-1)35,83860-58
119August 12@ Rockies4-2Johnson (10-8)Jiménez (8-11)Lyon (25)31,21861-58
120August 13@ Rockies6-5Buchholz (5-3)Rauch (4-3)Fuentes (22)30,24761-59
121August 14@ Rockies6-2Haren (13-6)Rusch (5-4)27,57562-59
122August 15@ Astros12-2Webb (18-4)Rodríguez (7-5)36,03563-59
123August 16@ Astros11-5Petit (2-3)Backe (7-12)39,50164-59
124August 17@ Astros3-0Oswalt (11-8)Johnson (10-9)Valverde (31)42,61964-60
125August 19Padres7-6Davis (5-7)Banks (3-6)Peña (2)24,73965-60
126August 20Padres8-6Haren (14-6)Peavy (9-9)Rauch (18)26,51866-60
127August 21Padres4-1Webb (19-4)Reineke (1-1)25,61167-60
128August 22Marlins5-4Rhodes (1-0)Rauch (4-4)Gregg (28)28,20167-61
129August 23Marlins7-1Petit (3-3)Volstad (4-3)44,29468-61
130August 24Marlins5-2Nolasco (13-7)Davis (5-8)Gregg (29)31,51868-62
131August 25@ Padres4-2Hoffman (2-6)Rauch (4-5)29,19768-63
132August 26@ Padres9-2Reineke (2-1)Webb (19-5)32,10468-64
133August 27@ Padres5-4Adams (2-3)Qualls (2-8)Hoffman (27)24,56368-65
134August 29Dodgers9-3Davis (6-8)Kuroda (7-10)32,61069-65
135August 30Dodgers6-2Billingsley (13-10)Haren (14-7)49,04569-66
136August 31Dodgers8-1Lowe (11-11)Webb (19-6)43,45669-67
September (13-13)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
137September 1Cardinals8-6Qualls (3-8)McClellan (2-7)Lyon (26)35,07570-67
138September 2Cardinals8-2Wainwright (8-3)Petit (3-4)27,56870-68
139September 3Cardinals4-3Qualls (4-8)Perez (2-2)24,35071-68
140September 5@ Dodgers7-0Lowe (12-11)Haren (14-8)52,27071-69
141September 6@ Dodgers7-2Billingsley (14-10)Webb (19-7)47,54371-70
142September 7@ Dodgers5-3Kuo (5-2)Rauch (4-6)Broxton (13)54,13771-71
143September 8@ Giants6-2Lincecum (16-3)Petit (3-5)30,25271-72
144September 9@ Giants5-4Wilson (3-2)Rauch (4-7)30,51871-73
145September 10@ Giants4-3Hinshaw (2-1)Lyon (2-5)30,99271-74
146September 12Reds3-2Webb (20-7)Harang (4-16)Qualls (3)29,04672-74
147September 13Reds3-2 (10)Weathers (3-6)Peña (1-2)Cordero (30)45,07572-75
148September 14Reds2-1 (10)Weathers (4-6)Rauch (4-8)Cordero (31)27,29772-76
149September 15Giants3-1Peña (2-2)Hennessey (1-2)Qualls (4)25,96973-76
150September 16Giants2-0Haren (15-8)Cain (8-13)33,19574-76
151September 17Giants7-6Webb (21-7)Sánchez (9-11)Peña (3)22,61675-76
152September 18Giants3-2Cruz (3-0)Lincecum (17-4)Qualls (5)34,32376-76
153September 19@ Rockies3-2de la Rosa (9-8)Scherzer (0-3)Fuentes (29)43,13776-77
154September 20@ Rockies5-3Peña (3-2)Fuentes (1-5)Qualls (6)38,28377-77
155September 21@ Rockies13-4Haren (16-8)Reynolds (2-8)32,91578-77
156September 22@ Cardinals4-2Webb (22-7)Wellemeyer (12-9)Qualls (7)40,34979-77
157September 23@ Cardinals7-4Lohse (15-6)Johnson (10-10)Franklin (16)40,01379-78
158September 24@ Cardinals4-2Wainwright (11-3)Scherzer (0-4)Franklin (17)40,02979-79
159September 25@ Cardinals12-3Piñeiro (7-7)Rosales (1-1)40,50279-80
160September 26Rockies6-4Cruz (4-0)Grilli (3-3)Qualls (8)34,95080-80
161September 27Rockies6-4Lyon (3-5)Corpas (3-4)Qualls (9)33,23481-80
162September 28Rockies2-1Johnson (11-10)Vizcaíno (1-2)35,90882-80

Roster

2008 Arizona Diamondbacks
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

  • 23 Kirk Gibson (bench)
  •  5 Chip Hale (third base)
  • 35 Bryan Price (pitching)
  •  9 Rick Schu (hitting)
  • 53 Glenn Sherlock (bullpen)
  •  8 Lee Tinsley (first base)

Player stats

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; AVG = Batting average; SB = Stolen bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Emilio Bonifacio 8 12 3 2 1 0 0 2 .167 1
Billy Buckner* 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Chris Burke 86 165 20 32 5 1 2 12 .194 5
Eric Byrnes 52 206 28 43 13 1 6 23 .209 4
Tony Clark 38 63 7 13 2 0 2 13 .206 0
Jamie D'Antona 18 17 2 3 0 0 0 1 .176 0
Doug Davis* 25 42 0 4 0 0 0 3 .095 0
Stephen Drew 152 611 91 178 44 11 21 67 .291 3
Adam Dunn 44 144 21 35 9 0 8 26 .243 1
David Eckstein 18 64 5 14 3 0 1 4 .219 0
Édgar González* 17 10 0 1 1 0 0 2 .100 0
Robby Hammock 18 42 4 8 1 0 0 2 .190 0
Dan Haren* 33 76 8 16 7 0 0 6 .211 0
Orlando Hudson 107 407 54 124 29 3 8 41 .305 4
Conor Jackson 144 540 87 162 31 6 12 75 .300 10
Randy Johnson* 28 50 2 7 1 0 0 5 .140 0
Miguel Montero 70 184 24 47 16 1 5 18 .255 0
Augie Ojeda 105 231 27 56 9 2 0 17 .242 0
Micah Owings* 35 52 7 15 2 0 1 3 .288 0
Yusmeiro Petit* 19 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Chad Qualls* 75 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Mark Reynolds 152 539 87 129 28 3 28 97 .239 11
Alex Romero 78 135 13 31 8 2 1 12 .230 4
Jeff Salazar 90 128 17 27 5 3 2 12 .211 0
Max Scherzer* 17 13 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Chris Snyder 115 334 47 79 22 1 16 64 .237 0
Chad Tracy 88 273 25 73 16 0 8 39 .267 0
Justin Upton 108 356 52 89 19 6 15 42 .250 1
Brandon Webb* 33 67 2 10 4 0 0 11 .149 0
Josh Whitesell 7 7 1 2 0 0 1 1 .286 0
Chris Young 160 625 85 155 42 7 22 85 .248 14
Totals 162 5409 720 1355 318 47 159 683 .251 58

*Note: Only pitchers noted with an asterisk who officially batted during the season are included above.

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP R ER BB K
Billy Buckner 1 0 3.21 10 0 0 14.0 5 5 4 11
Juan Cruz 4 0 2.61 57 0 0 51.2 17 15 31 71
Doug Davis 6 8 4.32 26 26 0 146.0 76 70 64 112
Édgar González 1 3 6.00 17 6 0 48.0 34 32 21 32
Dan Haren 16 8 3.33 33 33 0 216.0 86 80 40 206
Randy Johnson 11 10 3.91 30 30 0 184.0 92 80 44 173
Wilfredo Ledezma 0 2 4.17 28 6 0 58.1 29 27 41 53
Brandon Lyon 3 5 4.70 61 0 26 59.1 34 31 13 44
Brandon Medders 1 0 4.58 18 0 0 19.2 11 10 11 8
Micah Owings 6 9 5.93 22 18 0 104.2 73 69 41 87
Jailen Peguero 0 0 4.82 7 0 0 9.1 6 5 4 5
Tony Peña 3 2 4.33 72 0 3 72.2 38 35 17 52
Yusmeiro Petit 3 5 4.31 19 8 0 56.1 29 27 14 42
Chad Qualls 4 8 2.81 77 0 9 73.2 29 23 18 71
Jon Rauch 4 8 4.14 74 0 1 71.2 36 33 16 66
Connor Robertson 0 1 5.14 6 0 0 7.0 4 4 2 2
Leo Rosales 1 1 4.20 27 0 0 30.0 15 14 15 18
Max Scherzer 0 4 3.05 16 7 0 56.0 24 19 21 66
Doug Slaten 0 3 4.73 45 0 0 32.1 20 17 14 20
Brandon Webb 22 7 3.30 34 34 0 226.2 95 83 65 183
Totals 82 80 3.98 162 162 39 1434.2 706 635 451 1229

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Tucson Sidewinders Pacific Coast League Bill Plummer
AA Mobile BayBears Southern League Héctor de la Cruz
A Visalia Oaks California League Mike Bell
A South Bend Silver Hawks Midwest League Mark Haley
A-Short Season Yakima Bears Northwest League Bob Didier
Rookie Missoula Osprey Pioneer League Audo Vicente

References

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