Talk:Arizona Diamondbacks

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Youngest expansion franchise to win a World Series[edit]

The Diamondbacks became the youngest expansion franchise to win a World Series in 2001, winning it in their fourth season. However, it is incorrect to say, as too many sportswriters have done, that they were the youngest-ever World Series champions. The Boston Red Sox won the first World Series, in 1903, in only their third season of play. The Red Sox were charter members of the American League, which played its first major-league season in 1901. --RjLesch

Jermaine Dye[edit]

Since when did Jermaine dye get traded to the diamondbacks ? where have I been ? I think that needs to be changed.

More Vandalism?[edit]

The uniforms shown on the page now are the Washington Nationals Uniforms.

Uniforms[edit]

Why are the Washington Nationals uniforms shown?

Broadcasts/Communication[edit]

Rod Allen did the radio/television (mostly radio) broadcasts with Greg Schulte and Thom Brenneman during the first 5 seasons. This isn't included on the page but should. Allen is currently the television guy with the Detroit Tigers' broadcasts.

Also, Bob Brenley was one of the television broadcasters with Thom Brenneman for the first 3 seasons before being named manager before the 2001 season. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 148.126.100.82 (talk) 16:28, 3 April 2014 (UTC)