April 6 - Randy Johnson throws out first pitch on Opening Day
Randy Johnson threw out the first pitch to kick off the 2015 season for the D-backs. In January the dominant left-handed pitcher was elected to the Hall of Fame. Upon his induction he will become the first player to be enshrined in the Hall with an Arizona cap on his plaque.
April 28 - Archie Bradley struck by a line drive
Rookie Archie Bradley was struck by a line drive to his face which led to his exit from the game and a stint on the DL. The liner knocked Bradley out in just his fourth career start. He actually beat Clayton Kershaw in his debut on April 11 as he pitched a one-hit six-inning shutout of the Dodgers.
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May 20 - Seven-steal game
A.J. Pollock led the D-backs with three steals, including a steal of home, as the team tied a franchise record for most steals in a game with seven. The D-backs won the game -- the third game in what would be a four-game sweep of the Marlins.
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May 31 - Paul Goldschmidt gets three hits, walks three times
Paul Goldschmidt became the first major leaguer in the modern era to pick up three hits as well as three intentional walks in the same game. It was the final game of a series in Milwaukee in which Goldschmidt would end up 9 for 13 with three homers and three doubles.
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June 8 - D-backs draft No. 1 overall
The Diamondbacks selected first overall in the 2015 MLB Draft for the first time since 2005. They chose shortstop Dansby Swanson, the 2014 College World Series Most Outstanding Player out of Vanderbilt. Swanson led Vanderbilt to a second-straight CWS appearance on the very day he was drafted.
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June 20 - Bronson Arroyo, Touki Toussaint traded
The trade of 38-year-old Bronson Arroyo to the Braves along with minor league pitcher Touki Toussaint shocked many. The trade was frowned upon for being a salary dump and the D-backs were criticized for giving away a minor league talent in Toussaint thought to have a lot of potential.
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July 5 - Paul Goldschmidt named All-Star Game starter
Goldschmidt is having a monstrous season, and was recognized for it in being selected as the starter at first base for the National League in the All-Star Game. On the day of his selection, Goldschmidt ranked second in the NL only to the Nationals’ Bryce Harper in several offensive categories including WAR and OPS, while leading the league in batting average and runs scored.