2014 Arizona Diamondbacks season

The Arizona Diamondbacks' 2014 season was the franchise's 17th season in Major League Baseball and their 17th season at Chase Field. The team finished with a record of 64–98, placing last in the NL West and having the worst record in the major leagues. General manager Kevin Towers was fired on September 5 and replaced by Dave Stewart. On September 26, manager Kirk Gibson was also fired, ending his 4-and-a-half year tenure as the Diamondbacks' manager. Bench coach Alan Trammell managed the final three games of the season. On October 13, Chip Hale was announced as the Diamondbacks' manager for 2015.

2014 Arizona Diamondbacks
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record64–98 (.395)
Divisional place5th
Other information
Owner(s)Ken Kendrick
General manager(s)Kevin Towers
Dave Stewart
Manager(s)Kirk Gibson
Alan Trammell
Local televisionFox Sports Arizona
(Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly, Greg Schulte)
Local radioKTAR (620 AM)
(Greg Schulte, Tom Candiotti, Jeff Munn)
KSUN (Spanish)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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Regular season

March/April

This season, Major League Baseball scheduled the Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Dodgers to open the season with a two-game series at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Australia. As a result, both teams began spring training earlier than usual and played abbreviated Cactus League schedules before flying to Australia for the series.[1]

National League West

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Dodgers 9468 0.580 45–36 49–32
San Francisco Giants 8874 0.543 6 45–36 43–38
San Diego Padres 7785 0.475 17 48–33 29–52
Colorado Rockies 6696 0.407 28 45–36 21–60
Arizona Diamondbacks 6498 0.395 30 33–48 31–50

National League Standings

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Washington Nationals 9666 0.593
Los Angeles Dodgers 9468 0.580
St. Louis Cardinals 9072 0.556


Wild Card teams
(Top 2 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Pittsburgh Pirates 8874 0.543
San Francisco Giants 8874 0.543
Milwaukee Brewers 8280 0.506 6
New York Mets 7983 0.488 9
Atlanta Braves 7983 0.488 9
San Diego Padres 7785 0.475 11
Miami Marlins 7785 0.475 11
Cincinnati Reds 7686 0.469 12
Philadelphia Phillies 7389 0.451 15
Chicago Cubs 7389 0.451 15
Colorado Rockies 6696 0.407 22
Arizona Diamondbacks 6498 0.395 24

Record vs. opponents


Source: Standings Head-to-Head
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona3–35–23–49–104–153–43–42–42–43–412–76–131–51–67–13
Atlanta3–35–15–24–31–69–105–29–1011–83–43–41–52–411–87–13
Chicago2–51–58–115–23–44–211–85–23–35–143–42–49–103–49–11
Cincinnati4–32–511–83–43–44–310–92–43–312-71–55–27–123–36–14
Colorado10–93–42–54–36–133–41–63–43–32–410–910–91–51–57–13
Los Angeles15–46–14–34–313–63–31–54–23–42–512–710–94–32–411–9
Miami4–310–92–43–44–33–33–48–119–102–43–43–44–26–1313–7
Milwaukee4–32–58–119–106–15–14–34–33–412–73–32–47–122–411–9
New York4–210–92–54–24–32–411–83–413–63–43–31–64–34–1511–9
Philadelphia4–28–113–33–33–34–310–94–36–131–64–32–54–310–97–13
Pittsburgh4–34–314–57–124–25–24–27-124–36–13–34–28–113–411–9
San Diego7–124–34–35–19–107–124–33–33–33–43–310–93–43–49–11
San Francisco13–65–14–22–59–109–104–34–26–15–22–49–104–32–510–10
St. Louis5–14–210–912–75–13–42–412–73–43–411–84–33–45–28–12
Washington6–18–114–33–35–14–213–64–215–49–104–34–35–22–510–10

Game log

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2014 Game Log
March (0–3)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
1March 22Dodgers*3 – 1Kershaw (1–0)Miley (0–1)Jansen (1)38,2660–1
2March 23Dodgers*7 – 5Ryu (1–0)Cahill (0–1)38,0790–2
3March 31Giants9 – 8Machí (1–0)Reed (0–1)Romo (1)48,5410–3
*Game played at Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney, Australia.
April (9–19)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
4April 1Giants5 – 4Miley (1–1)Gutiérrez (0–1)Reed (1)18,9741–3
5April 2Giants2 – 0Hudson (1–0)Cahill (0–2)Romo (2)19,3571–4
6April 3Giants8 – 5Machí (2–0)Harris (0–1)19,1311–5
7April 4@ Rockies12 – 2Nicasio (1–0)Delgado (0–1)49,1301–6
8April 5@ Rockies9 – 4Kahnle (1–0)McCarthy (0–1)34,4071–7
9April 6@ Rockies5 – 3Miley (2–1)Anderson (0–2)Reed (2)29,7792–7
10April 8@ Giants7 – 3Hudson (2–0)Cahill (0–3)42,1662–8
11April 9@ Giants7 – 3Arroyo (1–0)Lincecum (0–1)Collmenter (1)41,1573–8
12April 10@ Giants6 – 5 (10)Putz (1–0)Petit (0–1)Reed (3)41,5774–8
13April 11Dodgers6 – 0Ryu (2–1)McCarthy (0–2)33,3494–9
14April 12Dodgers8 – 5Greinke (3–0)Miley (2–2)Jansen (3)38,3744–10
15April 13Dodgers8 – 6Haren (2–0)Cahill (0–4)Jansen (4)31,7574–11
16April 14Mets7 – 3Wheeler (1–2)Collmenter (0–1)Torres (1)18,0994–12
17April 15Mets9 – 0Mejía (2–0)Arroyo (1–1)21,9694–13
18April 16Mets5 – 2Gee (1–0)McCarthy (0–3)19,6734–14
19April 18@ Dodgers4 – 2 (12)Thatcher (1–0)Pérez (0–1)Cahill (1)47,6805–14
20April 19@ Dodgers8 – 6Haren (3–0)Bolsinger (0–1)Jansen (6)48,5415–15
21April 20@ Dodgers4 – 1Wright (1–0)Collmenter (0–2)Jansen (7)37,4475–16
22April 21@ Cubs5 – 1Wood (1–2)Arroyo (1–2)32,4395–17
23April 22@ Cubs9 – 2Hammel (3–1)McCarthy (0–4)35,3815–18
24April 23@ Cubs7 – 5Cahill (1–4)Strop (0–2)Reed (4)32,3236–18
25April 24@ Cubs5 – 2Bolsinger (1–1)Jackson (1–2)Reed (5)33,0857–18
26April 25Phillies5 – 4Collmenter (1–2)Hernández (1–1)Reed (6)28,1688–18
27April 26Phillies6 – 5Manship (1–0)Cahill (1–5)Papelbon (7)35,4628–19
28April 27Phillies2 – 0Burnett (1–1)McCarthy (0–5)Papelbon (8)30,0228–20
29April 28Rockies8 – 5Morales (3–1)Miley (2–3)Hawkins (8)17,1278–21
30April 29Rockies5 – 4Logan (1–0)Reed (0–2)Hawkins (9)19,7028–22
31April 30Rockies5 – 4 (10)Reed (1–2)Kahnle (2–1)19,1359–22
May (14–13)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
32May 2@ Padres2 – 0Arroyo (2–2)Cashner (2–4)Reed (7)27,03210–22
33May 3@ Padres4 – 3McCarthy (1–5)Kennedy (2–4)Reed (8)35,21311–22
34May 4@ Padres4 – 3Street (1–0)Pérez (0–1)32,65711–23
35May 5@ Brewers8 – 3Garza (2–3)Bolsinger (1–2)27,22011–24
36May 6@ Brewers7 – 5Marshall (1–0)Kintzler (1–1)Reed (9)27,49712–24
37May 7@ Brewers3 – 2Arroyo (3–2)Peralta (4–2)Reed (10)24,01313–24
38May 9@ White Sox9 – 3Rienzo (3–0)McCarthy (1–6)19,11813–25
39May 10@ White Sox4 – 3Miley (3–3)Quintana (1–3)Reed (11)24,63414–25
40May 11@ White Sox5 – 1Anderson (1–0)Noesí (0–3)18,61215–25
41May 12Nationals6 – 5Clippard (3–2)Reed (1–3)Soriano (8)16,55515–26
42May 13Nationals3 – 1Arroyo (4–2)Strasburg (3–3)19,02516–26
43May 14Nationals5 – 1Clippard (4–2)Ziegler (0–1)18,32516–27
44May 16Dodgers7 – 0Greinke (7–1)Miley (3–4)31,15416–28
45May 17Dodgers18 – 7Anderson (2–0)Kershaw (2–1)36,68817–28
46May 18Dodgers5 – 3Collmenter (2–2)Haren (5–2)Reed (12)35,40618–28
47May 20@ Cardinals5 – 0Wainwright (7–2)Arroyo (4–3)42,25218–29
48May 21@ Cardinals3 – 2 (12)Maness (2–2)Cahill (1–6)40,54218–30
49May 22@ Cardinals4 – 2Neshek (1–0)Miley (3–5)Rosenthal (14)40,78718–31
May 23@ MetsPostponed (rain) Rescheduled for May 25
50May 24@ Mets3 – 2Collmenter (3–2)Wheeler (1–5)Reed (13)24,55119–31
51May 25@ Mets2 – 1Marshall (2–0)Mejía (4–1)Reed (14)n/a20–31
52May 25@ Mets4 – 2Matsuzaka (2–0)Spruill (0–1)Mejía (3)30,78520–32
53May 26Padres7 – 5Ziegler (1–1)Quackenbush (0–1)35,58021–32
54May 27Padres4 – 3Quackenbush (1–1)Marshall (2–1)Street (15)17,86221–33
55May 28Padres12 – 6Anderson (3–0)Stauffer (2–1)22,23322–33
56May 29Reds4 – 0Collmenter (4–2)Cingrani (2–5)18,45723–33
57May 30Reds6 – 4Leake (3–4)Arroyo (4–4)Chapman (6)19,82623–34
58May 31Reds5 – 0Cueto (5–4)McCarthy (1–7)23,76523–35
June (12–14)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
59June 1Reds4 – 3Simón (7–3)Miley (3–6)Chapman (7)24,11923–36
60June 3@ Rockies4 – 2Anderson (4–0)de la Rosa (6–4)Reed (15)29,68224–36
61June 4@ Rockies16 – 8Ziegler (2–1)Brothers (2–4)26,19925–36
62June 5@ Rockies12 – 7Arroyo (5–4)Nicasio (5–4)26,52126–36
63June 6Braves5 – 2Teherán (6–3)McCarthy (1–8)Kimbrel (16)24,50426–37
64June 7Braves4 – 3 (11)Delgado (1–1)Carpenter (4–1)29,27827–37
65June 8Braves6 – 5Anderson (5–0)Harang (4–5)Ziegler (1)26,53428–37
66June 9Astros4 – 3Cosart (5–5)Collmenter (4–3)Qualls (8)18,80528–38
67June 10Astros4 – 1Arroyo (6–4)Fields (1–4)Reed (16)17,66729–38
68June 11@ Astros5 – 1Keuchel (8–3)McCarthy (1–9)24,31929–39
69June 12@ Astros5 – 4 (10)Sipp (1–0)Putz (1–1)33,45729–40
70June 13@ Dodgers4 – 3Kershaw (6–2)Anderson (5–1)Jansen (18)42,83129–41
71June 14@ Dodgers6 – 4Haren (7–4)Collmenter (4–4)Jansen (19)51,42229–42
72June 15@ Dodgers6 – 3Arroyo (7–4)Beckett (4–4)52,51930–42
73June 16Brewers9 – 3Peralta (7–5)Harris (0–2)18,26230–43
74June 17Brewers7 – 5Lohse (8–2)Marshall (2–2)Rodríguez (22)18,14830–44
75June 18Brewers4 – 3Ziegler (3–1)Kintzler (1–3)19,71131–44
76June 19Brewers4 – 1Gallardo (5–4)Anderson (5–2)Rodríguez (23)22,55931–45
77June 20Giants4 – 1Collmenter (5–4)Lincecum (5–5)Reed (17)29,29532–45
78June 21Giants6 – 4Vogelsong (5–3)McCarthy (1–10)Romo (21)37,91632–46
79June 22Giants4 – 1Bumgarner (9–4)Bolsinger (1–3)Romo (22)27,86232–47
80June 24Indians9 – 8 (14)Collmenter (6–4)Lowe (0–1)20,94533–47
81June 25Indians6 – 1Kluber (7–5)Anderson (5–3)21,26933–48
82June 27@ Padres2 – 1McCarthy (2–10)Ross (6–8)Reed (18)25,89734–48
83June 28@ Padres3 – 1Collmenter (7–4)Stults (2–11)Reed (19)31,52735–48
84June 29@ Padres2 – 1Despaigne (2–0)Bolsinger (1–4)Street (21)20,26735–49
July (13–12)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
85July 1@ Pirates3 – 2Frieri (1–3)Reed (1–4)21,42635–50
86July 2@ Pirates5 – 1Morton (5–9)Anderson (5–4)24,16135–51
87July 3@ Pirates10 – 2McCarthy (3–10)Worley (2–1)27,47336–51
88July 4@ Braves5 – 2Santana (7–5)Collmenter (7–5)Kimbrel (27)48,81536–52
89July 5@ Braves10 – 4Harang (8–6)Bolsinger (1–5)30,40536–53
90July 6@ Braves3 – 1Miley (4–6)Wood (6–7)Reed (20)23,70937–53
91July 7Marlins9 – 1Anderson (6–4)Koehler (6–7)17,10338–53
92July 8Marlins2 – 1Dunn (7–4)Reed (1–5)Cishek (20)18,31938–54
93July 9Marlins4 – 3 (10)Ziegler (4–1)Cishek (4–5)18,26839–54
94July 11@ Giants5 – 0Lincecum (9–5)Bolsinger (1–6)41,64739–55
95July 12@ Giants2 – 0Miley (5–6)Vogelsong (5–7)Reed (21)41,26140–55
96July 13@ Giants8 – 4Bumgarner (10–7)Nuño (2–6)41,28840–56
97July 18Cubs5 – 4de la Rosa (1–0)Schlitter (2–3)Reed (22)32,61941–56
98July 19Cubs9 – 3Miley (6–6)Wood (7–9)32,52842–56
99July 20Cubs3 – 2Collmenter (8–5)Arrieta (5–2)Reed (23)37,13143–56
100July 21Tigers4 – 3Verlander (9–8)Delgado (1–2)Nathan (20)25,90743–57
101July 22Tigers5 – 4de la Rosa (2–0)Coke (1–2)Reed (24)29,51544–57
102July 23Tigers11 – 5Sánchez (7–4)Cahill (1–7)24,17444–58
103July 25@ Phillies9 – 5Kendrick (5–10)Miley (6–7)25,69844–59
104July 26@ Phillies10 – 6 (10)Marshall (3–2)Bastardo (4–4)29,09745–59
105July 27@ Phillies4 – 2Hernández (5–8)Nuño (2–7)Papelbon (25)31,51445–60
106July 28@ Reds2 – 1 (15)Pérez (1–1)Hoover (1–8)Reed (25)30,28846–60
107July 29@ Reds3 – 0Leake (8–9)Cahill (1–8)Chapman (23)33,15346–61
108July 30@ Reds5 – 4Miley (7–7)Simón (12–6)Reed (26)26,33247–61
109July 31Pirates7 – 4Pérez (2–1)Locke (2–3)Reed (27)20,14548–61
August (9–18)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
110August 1Pirates9 – 4Watson (8–1)Schultz (0–1)22,76648–62
111August 2Pirates8 – 3Hughes (6–2)Ziegler (4–2)33,15148–63
112August 3Pirates3 – 2 (10)Marshall (4–2)Melançon (1–3)26,91349–63
113August 5Royals12 – 2Duffy (6–10)Miley (7–8)16,67749–64
114August 6Royals4 – 3Ventura (9–8)Collmenter (8–6)Holland (32)16,15749–65
115August 7Royals6 – 2Guthrie (8–9)Nuño (2–8)17,80949–66
116August 8Rockies5 – 3Anderson (7–4)Matzek (2–7)21,78250–66
117August 9Rockies14 – 4Cahill (2–8)de la Rosa (11–8)24,99351–66
118August 10Rockies5 – 3 (10)Bélisle (3–6)Pérez (2–2)Hawkins (18)22,10451–67
August 12@ IndiansPostponed (rain) Rescheduled for August 13
119August 13@ Indians3 – 2Allen (4–2)Delgado (1–3)n/a51–68
120August 13@ Indians1 – 0 (12)Delgado (2–3)Lee (0–1)Reed (28)17,56252–68
121August 14@ Marlins5 – 4 (10)Dunn (10–5)Hagens (0–1)17,07452–69
122August 15@ Marlins3 – 2Cahill (3–8)Hand (2–5)Reed (29)18,28653–69
123August 16@ Marlins2 – 1Álvarez (9–5)Miley (7–9)Cishek (31)19,56353–70
124August 17@ Marlins10 – 3Koehler (9–9)Collmenter (8–7)19,29653–71
125August 18@ Nationals5 – 4 (11)Stammen (3–4)Harris (0–3)21,29253–72
126August 19@ Nationals8 – 1Strasburg (10–10)Anderson (7–5)26,82753–73
127August 20@ Nationals3 – 2Soriano (3–1)Marshall (4–3)24,11353–74
128August 21@ Nationals1 – 0Soriano (4–1)Pérez (2–3)32,31153–75
129August 22Padres5 – 1Collmenter (9–7)Despaigne (3–5)24,83554–75
130August 23Padres5 – 2Pérez (3–3)Quackenbush (2–3)Reed (30)30,58355–75
131August 24Padres7 – 4Kennedy (10–11)Anderson (7–6)Benoit (8)20,85255–76
132August 26Dodgers9 – 5Hernández (8–9)Cahill (3–9)21,75855–77
133August 27Dodgers3 – 1Kershaw (16–3)Miley (7–10)Jansen (38)28,39455–78
134August 29Rockies5 – 2Ziegler (5–2)Brothers (4–6)Reed (31)22,58556–78
135August 30Rockies2 – 0Matzek (4–9)Nuño (2–9)Hawkins (22)27,27256–79
136August 31Rockies6 – 2Anderson (8–6)de la Rosa (13–10)22,94857–79
September (7–19)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
137September 1@ Padres3 – 1Ross (13–12)Cahill (3–10)Quackenbush (2)18,56457–80
138September 2@ Padres2 – 1Quackenbush (3–3)Ziegler (5–3)14,31657–81
139September 3@ Padres6 – 1Collmenter (10–7)Cashner (2–7)16,33558–81
140September 4@ Padres5 – 1Delgado (3–3)Kennedy (10–12)16,02559–81
141September 5@ Dodgers2 – 1Haren (12–10)Nuño (2–10)Jansen (40)43,07459–82
142September 6@ Dodgers5 – 2Wilson (2–3)Hudson (0–1)Jansen (41)50,82359–83
143September 7@ Dodgers7 – 2Greinke (14–8)Cahill (3–11)43,46059–84
144September 9@ Giants5 – 1Petit (5–3)Miley (7–11)41,68359–85
145September 10@ Giants5 – 0Machí (7–1)Pérez (3–4)41,29359–86
146September 11@ Giants6 – 2Peavy (6–13)Delgado (3–4)41,03959–87
147September 12Padres6 – 5Stults (7–16)Nuño (2–11)Quackenbush (3)31,23859–88
148September 13Padres10 – 4Anderson (9–6)Ross (13–14)32,42960–88
149September 14Padres8 – 6Spruill (1–1)Despaigne (3–7)26,07561–88
150September 15Giants6 – 2Miley (8–11)Vogelsong (8–11)21,73162–88
151September 16Giants2 – 1Peavy (7–13)Collmenter (10–8)Casilla (16)26,33962–89
152September 17Giants4 – 2Romo (6–4)Reed (1–6)Casilla (17)19,27262–90
153September 18@ Rockies7 – 6Hawkins (4–3)Reed (1–7)23,77562–91
154September 19@ Rockies15 – 3Lyles (7–3)Anderson (9–7)37,02262–92
155September 20@ Rockies5 – 1Butler (1–1)Cahill (3–12)33,76462–93
156September 21@ Rockies8 – 3Bergman (3–4)Miley (8–12)29,03662–94
157September 22@ Twins6 – 2Collmenter (11–8)Nolasco (5–12)22,57163–94
158September 23@ Twins6 – 3Gibson (13–11)Chafin (0–1)28,90263–95
159September 24@ Twins2 – 1Hughes (16–10)Nuño (2–12)Burton (3)29,44563–96
160September 26Cardinals7 – 6 (10)Gonzales (4–2)Marshall (4–4)Rosenthal (45)41,96363–97
161September 27Cardinals5 – 2Delgado (4–4)Maness (6–4)Reed (32)39,84364–97
162September 28Cardinals1 – 0Masterson (7–9)Collmenter (11–9)Martínez (1)30,61764–98

Roster

2014 Arizona Diamondbacks
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Opening Day Starters
NamePosition
A. J. PollockCenter fielder
Aaron HillSecond baseman
Paul GoldschmidtFirst baseman
Martín PradoThird baseman
Mark TrumboLeft fielder
Miguel MonteroCatcher
Chris OwingsShortstop
Gerardo ParraRight fielder
Wade MileyStarting pitcher

Player stats

Up to date as of September 28, 2014.

Both tables are sortable.

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
Paul Goldschmidt109406751223911969.3009
Didi Gregorius80270356195627.2263
Aaron Hill133501521222631060.2444
Miguel Montero136489401192301372.2430
Chris Owings913103481156626.2618
Gerardo Parra10440651105183630.2595
A. J. Pollock752654180196724.30214
Martín Prado10640344109174542.2702
Mark Trumbo8832837771511461.2352
David Peralta883294094129836.2866
Ender Inciarte11841854116182427.27819
Cody Ross83202155180215.2520
Cliff Pennington68177214553210.2546
Tuffy Gosewisch411296298017.2250
Jake Lamb37126152941411.2301
Alfredo Marte441068185129.1701
Jordan Pacheco47816224008.2720
Nick Ahmed25709142014.2000
Eric Chavez44696173138.2462
Tony Campana2660491103.1504
Roger Kieschnick2541281012.1950
Nick Evans1822262027.2730
Xavier Paul1420220000.1000
Nolan Reimold717251014.2940
Andy Marte616130013.1880
Brett Jackson74000000.0000
Bobby Wilson24010000.2500
Pitcher totals16228313344008.1200
Team totals1625552615137925947118573.24886

Complete batting stats can be found here .

Pitching

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

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
Wade Miley8124.3433330201.1207979775183
Josh Collmenter1193.4633281179.1163696939115
Chase Anderson974.0121210114.1117515140105
Trevor Cahill3125.6132171110.2123766955105
Brandon McCarthy3105.0118180109.213165612093
Bronson Arroyo744.081414086.09240391947
Addison Reed174.256203259.15731281569
Randall Delgado444.87474077.27144423586
Brad Ziegler533.49680167.06029262454
Óliver Pérez342.91680058.25019192476
Evan Marshall442.74570049.15015151754
Vidal Nuño073.761414083.27137352069
Mike Bolsinger165.50109052.16636321748
Eury De La Rosa202.95250036.23712121432
Matt Stites005.73370033.03323211626
Will Harris034.34290029.0271414935
Joe Thatcher102.63370024.02377325
Zeke Spruill113.5761022.227119414
Andrew Chafin013.8633014.01366810
J. J. Putz116.59180013.2171010614
Bo Schultz017.884008.0137715
Ryan Rowland-Smith004.916007.175449
Daniel Hudson0113.503002.244402
Bradin Hagens013.382002.241132
Joe Paterson0033.753001.145510
Pitcher totals64984.26162162351444.114677426834691278

Complete pitching stats can be found here .

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Reno Aces Pacific Coast League Phil Nevin
AA Mobile BayBears Southern League Andy Green
A Visalia Rawhide California League Robby Hammock
A South Bend Silver Hawks Midwest League Mark Haley
A-Short Season Hillsboro Hops Northwest League J. R. House
Rookie AZL Diamondbacks Arizona League Audo Vicente
Rookie Missoula Osprey Pioneer League Luis Urueta

League Champions: Hillsboro [2]

References

  1. Hernandez, Dylan (March 17, 2014). "Dodgers arrive in Australia ahead of season-opening series". LA Times. Retrieved March 20, 2014.
  2. Leventhal, Josh, ed. (2014). Baseball America 2015 Almanac. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America. ISBN 978-1932391541.
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