Dbacks Morning Links: What is the Front Office Doing?


Good Morning Arizona Diamondbacks fans! After a busy and sometimes very confusing Winter Meetings in San Diego, the Dbacks officially finalized the Wade Miley trade with the Boston Red Sox on Saturday.

After the season ended, it was guaranteed that Miley would be the Dbacks opening day starter, and was a “lock” for the rotation.

This trade confirms that the new front office is going to mold the Dbacks into what they want, and anything can happen with Dave Stewart, and Tony La Russa in charge.

Right now everybody is trying to figure out what the Dbacks are trying to do, and it’s not the easiest thing. Are they rebuilding, retooling or something else?

Remember when La Russa said that he will disappointed if this team doesn’t have a winning record next season. Well, some of the moves seem to indicate that the Dbacks think they can compete, and others seem to indicate that they are waiting for 2016.

The Diamondbacks are not done, so lets wait until the off-season is over to make any final judgement’s. All I know is that Stewart is going to do it his way, and at least he isn’t Kevin Towers.

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Now here are some morning links for your reading pleasure while your at work

Diamondbacks News:


Diamondbacks add power arms in trade with Boston

President Derrick Hall hosts Facebook chat with fans


Diamondbacks conclude meetings with more options

Dbacks wont trade bullpen depth for a catcher

Diamondbacks scout Todd Donovan leaves team 


Thoughts on Wade Miley trade

Can the Dbacks compete in 2015?

More Questions than Answers for the Diamondbacks after Winter Meetings


What are the Diamondbacks doing exactly?

Dbacks take risk with Miley trade

Thoughts on Robbie Ray and Domingo Leyba

Fox Sports Arizona:

Diamondbacks announce 2015 Fan Fest

Around The MLB:

Bryce Harper and the Nationals have agreed on a two year deal avoiding a grievance hearing (Washington Post)

The Cubs will introduce Jon Lester today (MLB.com)

Have the White Sox won the MLB Offseason? (MLB.com)

Allen Craig an overlooked trade piece (MLB.com)

There you go! Enjoy your morning, and stay with VenomStrikes for all your Dbacks news and rumors.