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- Across the Pacific, Miley admits a fear of flying Updated: Mar-21-14 1:06 pm
- Bradley fails to impress for Diamondbacks Updated: Mar-21-14 8:09 am
PHOENIX - The pitching staff has struggled, at the front end this time instead of the back.
PHOENIX - The Arizona Diamondbacks played their "home" opener 7,800 miles away from Phoenix.
PHOENIX - Arizona Diamondbacks setup man David Hernandez thought it was just normal elbow soreness.
Mike Scioscia moved his left fielder onto the infield dirt, then watched him start a double play. Matt Williams tried a similar trick - he put his right fielder on the grass behind the mound, only to see a bases-loaded triple fly into the vacated spot.
Some of the young arms have arrived, and a few more will make it to the majors this summer. Either way, there are a lot of promising pitching prospects poised to impact the playoff races in 2014.
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona - The Arizona Diamondbacks are shaking off the effects of a long journey to Australia and two losses to the Los Angeles Dodgers, using the next five days to try to shore up problem areas.
SYDNEY - The Los Angeles Dodgers placed pitcher Josh Beckett and outfielder Matt Kemp on the 15-day disabled list Friday in paring their active roster to 25 players for the season opener against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Australia.
SYDNEY - Nothing like a long flight across the Pacific Ocean to help a guy overcome a fear of flying.
SYDNEY - With a potential spot in the starting rotation on the line, Arizona right-hander Archie Bradley was unimpressive while getting knocked around in the Diamondbacks' 5-0 loss to Team Australia in an exhibition game at Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday.