The Arizona Diamondbacks average ticket price for regular season MLB games has remained relatively consistent over the last five seasons. Diamondbacks ticket prices saw a slight increase in 2013, and saw their biggest increase in 2016. Average Diamondbacks ticket prices are at $37 in 2016, which is an increase of 37% from 2015.
(Data updated 8/2/2016)
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2017 Diamondbacks Season Preview
The Arizona Diamondbacks missed the MLB postseason for the 5th straight season, putting them in their longest playoff drought. The Diamondbacks struggled last season due to injuries and pitching struggles and only won 69 games. If A.J. Pollock, who missed almost all last season, can stay healthy, Yasmany Tomas can keep his momentum from last season going, and pitcher Zack Greinke can return to his Cy Young pitching status, the Diamondbacks are set to be contenders in the NL West for the 2017 MLB season.
Arizona Diamondbacks Baseball at Chase Field Address: 401 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, Arizona, 85004
The Diamondbacks play their home games at Chase Field, located in Phoenix, Arizona. When filled to capacity, Chase Field holds more than 48,000 screaming fans. Among the amenities at Chase Field are the Ramtrucks.com Pool and The Sandlot, where younger Diamondback fans can play ball and much more. The Arizona Diamondbacks dugout is on the Chase Field third base line in front of sections N-Q. Chase Field parking information is covered in our Diamondbacks event guide.
Diamondbacks vs. Rockies
The Diamondbacks and the Rockies joined the MLB and have turned a division, known for traditional powers, on its head. With the Dodgers and Giants gaining much of the headlines in the division, these two teams quietly created one of the best rivalries in the NL. The rivalry really jumped off when the Diamondbacks and Rockies met for the 2007 NLCS. Since then both teams have been trying to get back to that elite level, and have produced some unbelievable games in the process.
Diamondbacks vs. Giants
From 1999 to 2012, the Diamondback and Giants combined for 9 divisional championships and were really the class of the NL West. Despite the Dodgers, Rockies, and Padres producing some great teams in that time period, the Diamondbacks and Giants dominated the division, and won 3 World Series titles between them. Although the Diamondbacks are a relative newcomer to the baseball world, they have quickly built one of the best clubs in the west, and this matchup has evolved into a clash of titans.
Diamondbacks vs. Padres
The Diamondbacks and Padres have been divisional rivals since Arizona joined as an expansion team in 1998. The matchup between these two teams immediately became intense as they both saw extended success in the early and mid-2000s. From 2001 to 2007 the Diamondbacks and Padres combined for 5 of 7 divisional titles, and were consistently among the best teams in baseball. This intensity has continued and this remains one of the most passionate rivalries in the west.
Arizona Diamondbacks in the World Series, National League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs
It didn’t take long for the Arizona Diamondbacks to make an impact in Major League Baseball. After becoming a franchise in 1998, the Diamondbacks won their first division title in 1999. Two years later, Arizona completed the trifecta by winning the division, NLCS, and the World Series. The Diamondbacks have gone on to win 4+ division titles during their history and will only add to that number in the upcoming seasons.
2016 Arizona Diamondbacks Season Preview
The Arizona Diamondbacks missed the MLB Postseason for a 4th straight season a year ago, matching the franchises longest playoff drought. But Diamondbacks fans can take solace that the team improved their win total by 15 games, and the core of the D-backs young team took big leaps forward offensively. The improvements have the Arizona Diamondbacks poised to move into a contender in a crowded NL West in 2016. The biggest hole on the Diamondbacks roster a season ago, was the lack of a true Ace at the top of the rotation. Arizona filled this hole in a big way, pulling free agent Zach Greinke away from the division rival Dodgers. Putting a pitcher like Greinke on the mound every week, with defenders like Goldschidt, and Pollock behind him, immediately makes Arizona a threat to reach the postseason. Expect Arizona Diamondbacks tickets to be in hot demand as the team remains a contender late into the summer.
2015 Arizona Diamondbacks Season Preview
The Arizona Diamondbacks missed the playoffs for a 3rd straight season in 2014. Arizona finished the year in last place in the NL West with a disappointing 64-98 record. The poor performance during the season led to the dismissal of manager Kirk Gibson and left the Diamondbacks searching for a new leader heading into the 2015 MLB season. Other notable departures from the Arizona Diamondbacks this season are Miguel Montero, Wade Miley, and Didi Gregorius. Despite the disappointing 2014 season, the Arizona Diamondbacks have much to look forward to in 2015. The D-Backs brought in a host of new pitching talent including, Jeremy Hellickson, Allen Webster, and Robbie Ray. The Arizona Diamondbacks will also get a number of stars back from injury including Mark Trumbo and Bronson Arroyo. Look for a refreshed and revamped 2015 Arizona Diamondbacks team to compete in a tough NL West late in the season.
2014 Arizona Diamondbacks Season Preview
The Diamondbacks have missed the playoffs each of the last two years, but manager Kirk Gibson is looking to become a factor in the NL West once again in 2014. Bronson Arroyo was the big pitching pickup of the offseason, and GM Kevin Towers hopes to get solid production out of Trevor Cahill and the oft-injured Brandon McCarthy. On the offensive side, the D-Backs went out and picked up a big bat in Mark Trumbo, who should bring in another 30+ home runs into the lineup. He’ll fit in nicely behind Paul Goldschmidt and should help Arizona not leave so many runners in scoring position as they did in 2013.
It’s a make or break season in Arizona, and if the Diamondbacks fail to contend for a playoff spot there will be big moves made in both management and personnel. Get ready for some exciting baseball in the desert this season.
2012 Arizona Diamondbacks Season Preview
The Diamondbacks were one run away from reaching the NLCS last season and witch a couple new pieces added to manager Kirk Gibson’s arsenal, they’ll look to make a push deep into October in 2012. A trade with Oakland in early December brought Trevor Cahill and Craig Breslow to the desert, sending out three prospects that all made their major league debuts in 2011. The message is clear in Arizona, the time to win is now. Cahill was a top-10 vote getter for the 2010 Cy Young, and Breslow is a talented left handed reliever that joins his old teammate Brad Zeigler in the Arizona bullpen. Anchoring the bullpen once again in 2012 will be J.J. Putz. The Diamondbacks enjoyed 45 saves from Putz in 2011, along with a 2.17 ERA. Jason Kubel was also signed in the offseason to play left field alongside Chris Young and Justin Upton. The lefty had spent his entire career in Minnesota before the switch, averaging over 20 HRs a season and should play a big role in keeping the Diamondbacks a top 5 NL offense. Arizona sat in the middle of the pack in runs allowed in 2011, but the trade with Oakland and another year under Daniel Hudson and Ian Kennedy’s belt should bring nothing but improvements to the rotation. Kennedy, who went 21-4 with a 2.88 ERA, was the surprise of the season. Part of the 3-team, 6-player trade after the 2009 season that sent him from the New York to Arizona, the USC product racked up 198 strikeouts while walking only 55 and finished fourth in Cy Young voting.
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