Arizona Diamondbacks: Offensive Outlook Heading Into Spring Training

By Jake Lieberman
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Torey Lovullo and Blake Swihart Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports. Arizona Diamondbacks /

Torey Lovullo, the new manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks, looks to build upon the 2016 offensive campaign.

The Arizona Diamondbacks finished 7th in team batting average (.261), 11th in runs scored per game (4.64), and 11th in on-base plus slugging (.752).

The Diamondbacks were able to be a top tier offense even with the injuries to AJ Pollock and David Peralta. The healthy return of both Pollock and Peralta should excite fans and intimidate opposing teams.

Let’s take a closer look at the offensive outlook as we get closer to spring training and see where the Diamondback are at this point.

We will look at the Infield, the outfield, the catchers,, and the bench, and I’ll have my own projected lineup for opening day.