1999 Arizona Diamondbacks

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Record: 100-62, Finished 1st in NL Western Division (1999 NL)

Managed by Buck Showalter

Coaches: Brian Butterfield, Mark Connor, Dwayne Murphy, Jim Presley, Glenn Sherlock and Carlos Tosca

Ballpark: Bank One Ballpark

History, Comments, Contributions[edit]

After their 1998 season, the Arizona Diamondbacks made headlines by signing free agent pitcher Randy Johnson. The club's new acquisition did not disappoint, going 17-9 with a 2.48 ERA and winning the National League Cy Young Award. The Diamondbacks went on to win 100 games and capture the NL West division title. However, the team's season came to a close as they lost to the New York Mets in the NLDS .


1999 Opening Day Lineup[edit]

Steve Finley, cf

Jay Bell, 2b

Travis Lee, 1b

Matt Williams, 3b

Luis Gonzalez, lf

Bernard Gilkey, rf Tony Batista, ss

Kelly Stinnett, c

Randy Johnson, p

Awards and Honors[edit]



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