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Arizona Diamondbacks Betting Odds

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One of the newest franchises in Major League Baseball, the Arizona Diamondbacks have already won a World Series title, giving it the distinction of being the fastest expansion team to win the championship in Major League Baseball. Founded in 1998 after the city of Phoenix was awarded an expansion team, the team was named the Diamondbacks in homage to the snakes native to the area.

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The Arizona Diamondbacks have always called Chase Field their home ballpark, though it was known as Bank One Ballpark from 1998 to 2005. Chase Field was the first ballpark built in the United States that featured a retractable roof over a natural grass playing surface to account for the hot Arizona weather. The surface was changed to synthetic turf for the 2019 season. The ballpark also has a swimming pool in right-center field that is located in a suite that is rented to guests and is a target for home run hitters. Chase Field has also played host to the All-Star Game in 2011.

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The Arizona Diamondbacks have the distinction of being the only men’s professional sports team in Arizona to have won a championship title, winning the World Series in 2001, when the D-Backs upset the heavily favored New York Yankees, who were the three-time defending World Series champions, in seven games. The 2001 season is also the only time the Diamondbacks have won the NL Pennant, but they have won the West Division title five times in 1999, 2001, 2002, 2007 and 2011. The Diamondbacks also made the playoffs in 2017 with the club’s only Wild Card berth.

One of the ball club’s most famous players is Hall of Fame pitcher Randy Johnson, who is enshrined in the Hall wearing a Diamondbacks ball cap. Johnson, known as “The Big Unit,” pitched for the Diamondbacks from 1999 to 2004 and then for another stint from 2007 to 2008. Johnson won the Cy Young Award a total of five times, winning his first in 1995 and then four in a row from 1999 to 2002, which is second only to Roger Clemens, who has seven Cy Young Awards. Johnson, also an All-Star 10 times in his career, would earn 303 wins while racking up 4,875 strikeouts and a career ERA of 3.29. Johnson was also named the World Series MVP in the 2001 World Series. A year later, he won the pitching triple crown and was the MLB’s win leader and the ERA leader, his fourth time winning that honor. Johnson also led the majors in strikeouts a total of nine times. He would also pitch a perfect game in 2004 with the Diamondbacks, the oldest pitcher to accomplish the feat. He would also throw two no-hitters, one in each league.

Luis Gonzalez spent eight years of his 19-year MLB career with the Arizona Diamondbacks from 1999 to 2006. The outfielder’s number was the first to be retired by the Diamondbacks organization. Gonzalez would rack up five All-Star selections and a World Series championship and would finish his career batting .283 with 2,591 hits, 354 home runs and 1,439 runs batted in.

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