Diamondbacks might be done making big moves, GM Dave Stewart says

BY foxsports • February 4, 2016

The Arizona Diamondbacks have had one of the most eventful offseasons of any club so far, but they might be finished retooling for 2016. 

After grabbing headlines by dramatically winning the Zack Greinke sweepstakes in December, acquiring right-hander Shelby Miller just a few days later and picking up shortstop Jean Segura from the Milwaukee Brewers in a trade involving Aaron Hill this week, GM Dave Stewart told MLB.com's Steve Gilbert that, "We don't have much going on" at the moment on the trade or free-agent markets. 

When asked by Gilbert whether the D-backs will continue to pursue additional bullpen help, Stewart pointed to some options to complement Brad Ziegler, Daniel Hudson, Randall Delgado and Andrew Chafin in the later innings:

The NL West will be a highly competitive division once again this season, and the flurry of moves made by Arizona make it obvious the club is looking to be right in the thick of things -- either by battling for a division title or trying to secure one of the NL's wild-card spots. 



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