Arizona Diamondbacks Baseball 2017 Schedule

D-backs Schedule for the 2017 Season

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Paul Goldschmidt #44, plays 1B. Christian Petersen / Getty Images

Here is the list of games that the Arizona Diamondbacks are scheduled to play during the 2016 regular season. Games shown in bold are home games at Chase Field. When game times are announced I will add them to the chart. All times mentioned are local, Arizona times.

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Arizona Diamondbacks Game Schedule 2017

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DayDateStart TimeOpposing Team
SundayApril 2, 2017 Giants
TuesdayApril 4, 2017 Giants
WednesdayApril 5, 2017 Giants
ThursdayApril 6, 2017 Giants
FridayApril 7, 2017 Indians
SaturdayApril 8, 2017 Indians
SundayApril 9, 2017 Indians
MondayApril 10, 2017 at Giants
TuesdayApril 11, 2017 at Giants
WednesdayApril 12, 2017 at Giants
FridayApril 14, 2017 at Dodgers
SaturdayApril 15, 2017 at Dodgers
SundayApril 16, 2017 at Dodgers
MondayApril 17, 2017 at Dodgers
TuesdayApril 18, 2017 at Padres
WednesdayApril 19, 2017 at Padres
ThursdayApril 20, 2017 at Padres
FridayApril 21, 2017 Dodgers
SaturdayApril 22, 2017 Dodgers
SundayApril 23, 2017 Dodgers
MondayApril 24, 2017 Padres
TuesdayApril 25, 2017 Padres
WednesdayApril 26, 2017 Padres
ThursdayApril 27, 2017 Padres
FridayApril 28, 2017 Rockies
SaturdayApril 29, 2017 Rockies
SundayApril 30, 2017 Rockies
TuesdayMay 2, 2017 at Nationals
WednesdayMay 3, 2017 at Nationals
ThursdayMay 4, 2017 at Nationals
FridayMay 5, 2017 at Rockies
SaturdayMay 6, 2017 at Rockies
SundayMay 7, 2017 at Rockies
TuesdayMay 9, 2017 Tigers
WednesdayMay 10, 2017 Tigers
ThursdayMay 11, 2017 Pirates
FridayMay 12, 2017 Pirates
SaturdayMay 13, 2017 Pirates
SundayMay 14, 2017 Pirates
MondayMay 15, 2017 Mets
TuesdayMay 16, 2017 Mets
WednesdayMay 17, 2017 Mets
FridayMay 19, 2017 at Padres
SaturdayMay 20, 2017 at Padres
SundayMay 21, 2017 at Padres
MondayMay 22, 2017 White Sox
TuesdayMay 23, 2017 White Sox
WednesdayMay 24, 2017 White Sox
ThursdayMay 25, 2017 at Brewers
FridayMay 26, 2017 at Brewers
SaturdayMay 27, 2017 at Brewers
SundayMay 28, 2017 at Brewers
MondayMay 29, 2017 at Pirates
TuesdayMay 30, 2017 at Pirates
WednesdayMay 31, 2017 at Pirates
ThursdayJune 1, 2017 at Marlins
FridayJune 2, 2017 at Marlins
SaturdayJune 3, 2017 at Marlins
SundayJune 4, 2017 at Marlins
TuesdayJune 6, 2017 Padres
WednesdayJune 7, 2017 Padres
ThursdayJune 8, 2017 Padres
FridayJune 9, 2017 Brewers
SaturdayJune 10, 2017 Brewers
SundayJune 11, 2017 Brewers
TuesdayJune 13, 2017 at Tigers
WednesdayJune 14, 2017 at Tigers
FridayJune 16, 2017 at Phillies
SaturdayJune 17, 2017 at Phillies
SundayJune 18, 2017 at Phillies
TuesdayJune 20, 2017 at Rockies
WednesdayJune 21, 2017 at Rockies
ThursdayJune 22, 2017 at Rockies
FridayJune 23, 2017 Phillies
SaturdayJune 24, 2017 Phillies
SundayJune 25, 2017 Phillies
MondayJune 26, 2017 Phillies
TuesdayJune 27, 2017 Cardinals
WednesdayJune 28, 2017 Cardinals
ThursdayJune 29, 2017 Cardinals
FridayJune 30, 2017 Rockies
SaturdayJuly 1, 2017 Rockies
SundayJuly 2, 2017 Rockies
TuesdayJuly 4, 2017 at Dodgers
WednesdayJuly 5, 2017 at Dodgers
ThursdayJuly 6, 2017 at Dodgers
FridayJuly 7, 2017 Reds
SaturdayJuly 8, 2017 Reds
SundayJuly 9, 2017 Reds
FridayJuly 14, 2017 at Braves
SaturdayJuly 15, 2017 at Braves
SundayJuly 16, 2017 at Braves
TuesdayJuly 18, 2017 at Reds
WednesdayJuly 19, 2017 at Reds
ThursdayJuly 20, 2017 at Reds
FridayJuly 21, 2017 Nationals
SaturdayJuly 22, 2017 Nationals
SundayJuly 23, 2017 Nationals
MondayJuly 24, 2017 Braves
TuesdayJuly 25, 2017 Braves
WednesdayJuly 26, 2017 Braves
ThursdayJuly 27, 2017 at Cardinals
FridayJuly 28, 2017 at Cardinals
SaturdayJuly 29, 2017 at Cardinals
SundayJuly 30, 2017 at Cardinals
TuesdayAugust 1, 2017 at Cubs
WednesdayAugust 2, 2017 at Cubs
ThursdayAugust 3, 2017 at Cubs
FridayAugust 4, 2017 at Giants
SaturdayAugust 5, 2017 at Giants
SundayAugust 6, 2017 at Giants
TuesdayAugust 8, 2017 Dodgers
WednesdayAugust 9, 2017 Dodgers
ThursdayAugust 10, 2017 Dodgers
FridayAugust 11, 2017 Cubs
SaturdayAugust 12, 2017 Cubs
SundayAugust 13, 2017 Cubs
MondayAugust 14, 2017 Astros
TuesdayAugust 15, 2017 Astros
WednesdayAugust 16, 2017 at Astros
ThursdayAugust 17, 2017 at Astros
FridayAugust 18, 2017 at Twins
SaturdayAugust 19, 2017 at Twins
SundayAugust 20, 2017 at Twins
MondayAugust 21, 2017 at Mets
TuesdayAugust 22, 2017 at Mets
WednesdayAugust 23, 2017 at Mets
ThursdayAugust 24, 2017 at Mets
FridayAugust 25, 2017 Giants
SaturdayAugust 26, 2017 Giants
SundayAugust 27, 2017 Giants
TuesdayAugust 29, 2017 Dodgers
WednesdayAugust 30, 2017 Dodgers
ThursdayAugust 31, 2017 Dodgers
FridaySeptember 1, 2017 at Rockies
SaturdaySeptember 2, 2017 at Rockies
SundaySeptember 3, 2017 at Rockies
MondaySeptember 4, 2017 at Dodgers
TuesdaySeptember 5, 2017 at Dodgers
WednesdaySeptember 6, 2017 at Dodgers
FridaySeptember 8, 2017 Padres
SaturdaySeptember 9, 2017 Padres
SundaySeptember 10, 2017 Padres
MondaySeptember 11, 2017 Rockies
TuesdaySeptember 12, 2017 Rockies
WednesdaySeptember 13, 2017 Rockies
ThursdaySeptember 14, 2017 Rockies
FridaySeptember 15, 2017 at Giants
SaturdaySeptember 16, 2017 at Giants
SundaySeptember 17, 2017 at Giants
MondaySeptember 18, 2017 at Padres
TuesdaySeptember 19, 2017 at Padres
WednesdaySeptember 20, 2017 at Padres
FridaySeptember 22, 2017 Marlins
SaturdaySeptember 23, 2017 Marlins
SundaySeptember 24, 2017 Marlins
MondaySeptember 25, 2017 Giants
TuesdaySeptember 26, 2017 Giants
WednesdaySeptember 27, 2017 Giants
FridaySeptember 29, 2017 at Royals
SaturdaySeptember 30, 2017 at Royals
SundayOctober 1, 2017 at Royals

 

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Page 1: Current Regular Season Schedule
Page 2: How  and Where to Buy Tickets
Page 3: D-Backs Trivia, 1998 to Present

Dates and times are subject to change without notice.

Season tickets are always available for D-backs games. The organization also makes available half-season and partial-season ticket plans. Single game tickets for Arizona Diamondbacks games usually go on sale in early to mid-February. Prices for single game tickets in the upper deck are affordable, and typically start at $10 - $15 per ticket (minimum price varies per game).

See the current regular season schedule on the previous page.

How to Buy Tickets To Arizona Diamondbacks Games 2017

There are several ways that you can purchase tickets for Arizona Diamondbacks games. See a seating chart of Chase Field.

  1. By telephone at 602-514-8400 or toll free at 1-888-777-4664.
  2. At a Ticketmaster outlet.
  3. At the Chase Field Box Office located at 401 E. Jefferson Street. The hours are Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and during events. Warning: parking meters in downtown Phoenix require payment until 10 p.m. every day, even on weekends.
  4. Buy Tickets Online from Ticketmaster
  5. From scalpers/ticket exchanges. Note: beware of fake tickets!

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Arizona Diamondbacks: Facts, No Fiction!

  • On March 31, 1998 the Arizona Diamondbacks played their first regular season baseball game. It was a home game at Bank One Ballpark. They lost the game to Colorado, 9-2. Andy Benes was the pitcher.
  • The Diamondbacks won their first game on April 4, 1998. They beat San Francisco 3-2.
  • Later in that first year the Arizona Diamondbacks won seven games in a row. That tied the record for the longest winning streak by any expansion team in history.
    • After the end of the season, the Diamondbacks signed Randy Johnson to a 4 year contract. Boy, was that ever a great decision! Randy had a clause in his contract allowing him to keep his long hair and facial hair, both of which were prohibited by the team. (A year later he got a traditional haircut.)
    • During 1999 the very popular left fielder, Luis Gonzales, had a 30 game hitting streak. He was the 37th player in major league baseball history to do it.
    • In July 1999 a Chandler resident won a million bucks when Jay Bell hit a grand slam. She had predicted the player and the inning before the game as part of a Shamrock Farms promotion.
    • Four Diamondbacks went to the 1999 All-Star Game, more than any other team.
    • In July 1999, Tony Womack hit the Dbacks' first inside-the-park home run.
    • In 1999 the Arizona Diamondbacks won the National League West, and became the first expansion team in major league baseball to do so in its second year of operation.
    • In October, 1999 the Arizona Diamondbacks reached 100 wins for the season. That's quite a record!
    • At the end of the 1999 season the first Arizona Diamondback was recognized with a Golden Glove Award: Steve Finley, center fielder. Randy Johnson won the Cy Young Award.
    • In the 2000 season the Arizona Diamondbacks bested a previous record by winning nine games in a row.
    • In May 2000 The Diamondbacks turned their first triple play. Mark McGwire was at the plate.
    • In July 2000 Luis Gonzales was the first Diamondback to hit for the cycle. For you baseball newbies, that means that in one game he got a single, a double, a triple and a home run.
    • In September of 2000 Randy Johnson achieved a pitching milestone: 3,000 career strikeouts.
    • Early in the 2001 season Randy Johnson tied a major league record when he struck out 20 opponents during a game.
    • Later in the 2001 year Randy Johnson broke yet another record; he was the first pitcher in Major League history to record four consecutive 300-plus strikeout seasons.
    • Also in 2001 Curt Schilling became the first Diamondbacks pitcher to win 20 games in a season. Take that, Randy!
    • In October 2001, the Arizona Diamondbacks, in their 3rd year as a franchise, won the National League pennant and go on to the World Series.
    • The Diamondbacks beat the New York Yankees in one of the best seven-game series ever. Click here for World Series details and trivia!
    • Randy Johnson won his 4th Cy Young award. Curt Schilling came in second in the voting.
    • In 2002 the D-Backs earned their third NL West title in four years but lost to the Cardinals in the NL Division Series.
    • Johnson won his fourth consecutive Cy Young Award and the fifth of his career. He led the National League in wins, ERA, and strikeouts.
    • In June 2003 the Arizona Diamondbacks won 12 consecutive games.
    • Randy Johnson hit his first career home run in September 2003.
    • Curt Shilling was traded to the Boston Red Sox in the off-season.
    • In 2004 Randy Johnson pitched his first perfect game. It was often referred to as one of the top sports highlights of the year.
    • A dismal record in 2004 led to the firing of Bob Brenly as the D-Backs manager. Al Pedrique finished out the year, and Bob Melvin was hired to manage the team beginning in the 2005 season.
    • After months of speculation, Randy Johnson was traded to the Yankees. Steve Finley was dealt to the Dodgers. Looks like the Diamondbacks are going to have some fresh faces for 2005.
    • In September, 2005 the name of the ballpark was changed from Bank One Ballpark to Chase Field, after Bank One was acquired by J.P. Morgan Chase.
    • In 2006 the team announced that the colors, logo and uniform would be changing beginning in the 2007 season. The new colors are Sedona Red, Sonora Sand and black.
    • 2006 was the last year that $1 tickets in the upper deck were offered.
    • The Western Division Championship belonged to the Dbacks in 2007, with a record of 90 wins, 72 losses. In the National League Division Series, the Diamondbacks swept the Cubs, but were then swept by the Rockies, ending their 2007 season.
    • The defending National League West champions started the 2008 in promising fashion, going 20-8. Unfortunately, they ended the year with a record of 82-80, our of playoff contention. A lack of offense was the culprit.
    • 2009 was another lackluster year for the Dbacks, which had their ace pitcher, Brandon Webb, out for much of the season and saw Bob Melvin replaced by A.J. Hinch as head coach. At the end of the losing season (70-92), coaches Chip Hale and Lorenzo Bundy were dismissed. Last place in the West was solidly ours.
    • The 2010 season wasn't much better than the previous year. They finished in last place with a record of 65-97. Jerry Dipoto took over as GM and bench coach Kirk Gibson took over for A.J. Hinch as Head Coach.
    • The 2011 season was, unexpectedly, better than 2010. They surprised just about everyone by winning the National League West and moving on ti the playoffs. They lost to the Brewers in the first round. Kirk Gibson was named NL Manager of the Year.
    • The Dbacks didn't make it to the playoffs in 2012, finishing the season with a perfectly mediocre record of 81-81. Much of the excitement happened off the field, as both TV announcers, Mark Grace and Daron Sutton, were fired (for different reasons).
    • 2013 ended with another mediocre, non-playoff .500 season, not what we expected. The bullpen was a problem, but there were a few bright spots. Patrick Corbin (P) and Paul Goldschmidt (1B) were named to the All-Star Team. Goldschmidt had an amazing year, but was not awarded the NL MVP award. He was robbed!
    • 2014 came to a close with the Arizona Diamondbacks having an even worse season than the previous year. With a 64-98 record, we were last in our division. That was officially the worst record in all of Major League Baseball. Something had to change, and Manager Kirk Gibson was replaced with Chip Hale at the end of the season.
    • Paul Goldschmidt won the National League's Silver Slugger honors in 2015, as well as a Golden Glove Award. AJ Pollack also won a Golden Glove. The D-backs were named Wilson Defensive Team of 2015. Arizona improved upon the previous year's record with 79 wins, 83 losses, 3rd in the West and 7th in the National League. Still, no playoffs.​​
    • Predictions were bright for the D-Backs at the beginning of the 2016 season, but ended with a resounding thud. As a result of the lackluster season, management changes were made. Mike Hazen was named the new General Manager and Torey Lovullo replaced Chip Hale as the team's manager. He and Hazen have a long history of working well together. Lovullo helped guide the Red Sox to a World Series championship in 2013 and division titles in 2013 and 2016. 

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    Page 1: Current Regular Season Schedule
    Page 2: How  and Where to Buy Tickets
    Page 3: D-Backs Trivia, 1998 to Present