Looking at the Arizona Diamondbacks by the Numbers

Through the beginning of the 2017 season, the Arizona Diamondbacks have had a great deal of success. Let’s take a look at the numbers and how the Diamondbacks have been producing throughout the first 65 games of their season.

Arizona Diamondbacks by the Numbers

Arizona Diamondbacks’ Winning Ways

3rd– The club is tied for third most wins in the majors with the Dodgers, as each has 39. That puts them behind the Colorado Rockies (41 wins) and the Houston Astros (44 wins). 

11– The Diamondbacks have won 11 of their last 12 home games, giving them the best home record in the majors. They currently are 26-9 at home on the season.

22- The Diamondbacks have the most comeback wins in all of baseball, sitting at 22.

5– With five wins in the past six games, the Diamondbacks are cruising along as they stay in the chase for the division lead.

3– The Diamondbacks have won three of their past four series and six of their past eight. That includes a four-game series split to the Milwaukee Brewers in late May


The bats for the Diamondbacks have been heating up recently, keeping them in the run for the top of their division.

4th– The Diamondbacks have put up the fourth most runs in baseball with 335. This sets them behind the Rockies, New York Yankees, and Astros.

57Jake Lamb has a MLB-leading 57 RBI for the Diamondbacks. Thirteen of which have come in his last 11 games.

52- Over the six-game homestand, the Diamondbacks have outscored their opponents 52-20.

16– Lamb has hit 16 home runs, tying him for fifth place on the National League leaderboard.

1st- The Diamondbacks are tied with the Boston Red Sox for first in the doubles category. They currently have 126 doubles.

15– The Diamondbacks have homered in 15 straight home games at Chase field.

4th– The Diamondbacks currently have the fourth most hits in the league with 580.


3.58– The Diamondbacks have the second best ERA in the majors, behind only the Los Angeles Dodgers who carry a 3.21 ERA.

68– Only five teams have given up fewer than 68 home runs, ranking the Diamondbacks sixth in home runs allowed.

3rd– The Diamondbacks are currently ranked third in strikeouts in MLB with 604. They only trail the Dodgers (614) and Astros (647).