2007 Arizona Diamondbacks

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2007 Arizona Diamondbacks / Franchise: Arizona Diamondbacks / BR Team Page[edit]

Record: 90-72, Finished 1st in NL Western Division (2007 NL)

Managed by Bob Melvin

Coaches: Kirk Gibson, Chip Hale, Bryan Price, Rick Schu, Kevin Seitzer, Glenn Sherlock and Lee Tinsley

Ballpark: Chase Field

History, Comments, Contributions[edit]

The 2007 Arizona Diamondbacks were the first team since the 1906 Chicago White Sox to have the best record in their league and the lowest batting average.

Awards and Honors[edit]

Postseason[edit]

NLDS vs. Chicago Cubs[edit]

Game Score Date Winning pitcher Losing pitcher Time (ET) Attendance
1 Chicago Cubs 1 Arizona Diamondbacks 3 October 3 Brandon Webb (1-0) Carlos Marmol (0-1) 10:00 p.m. 48,864
2 Chicago Cubs 4 Arizona Diamondbacks 8 October 4 Doug Davis (1-0) Ted Lilly (0-1) 10:00 p.m. 48,575
3 Arizona Diamondbacks 5 Chicago Cubs 1 October 6 Livan Hernandez (1-0) Rich Hill (0-1) 6:00 p.m. 42,157

NLCS vs. Colorado Rockies[edit]

Game Score Date Winning pitcher Losing pitcher Time Attendance
1 Colorado Rockies 5 at Arizona Diamondbacks 1 October 11 Jeff Francis (1-0) Brandon Webb (0-1) 8:30pm 48,142
2 Colorado Rockies 3 at Arizona Diamondbacks 2 (11 inn.) October 12 Manuel Corpas (1-0) Jose Valverde (0-1) 10:00pm 48,219
3 Arizona Diamondbacks 1 at Colorado Rockies 4 October 14 Josh Fogg (1-0) Livan Hernandez (0-1) 8:30pm 50,137
4 Arizona Diamondbacks 4 at Colorado Rockies 6 October 15 Matt Herges (1-0) Micah Owings (0-1) 10:00pm 50,213



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