Rusty Ryal

Los Angeles Angels #0 - Second Base

  • Born: 03/16/83
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 200
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Gattis And Hefflinger Post Monster Numbers While LaFreniere And Castillo Put Up Zeroes In Friday's Atlanta Braves Minor League Action

Gattis And Hefflinger Post Monster Numbers While LaFreniere And Castillo Put Up Zeroes In Friday's Atlanta Braves Minor League Action

Minor League Round-Up 6/12: Remember Rusty Ryal?

Ahhh, good old Rusty Ryal, a member of one of the worst Diamondbacks teams in history back in 2010. After a stint in Japan he's back with the AAA club and merely hit 2 home runs including a grand...

Down On The Farm: Minor-League Recap, 5/30

You ever go to bed with that nagging feeling you forgot about something, and then don't figure it out until the morning? Right. Still adjusting to the post-Dan procedures at the Snakepit. Not a...

Diamondbacks Farm Round-Up 5/3: Just Short Edition

Triple-A Reno was the only affiliate to lose on Thursday, as the system combined to go 4-1, with Double-A Mobile sweeping their two-game set. With a three of Arizona's top young arms on the hill, there was plenty of good action to recap in today's daily Farm Round-Up.

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Kam Mickolio Going To Pitch In Japan

Say goodbye to pitcher Kam Mickolio...he is on his way to pitch in Japan, says ESPN's Jerry Crasnick on his Twitter page... Looks like yet another Diamondbacks player is well on their way to...

SnakeBytes, 12/23: Christmas Eve Eve Edition

As we patiently wait for the last installment of IHSB's Prospect Countdown (I think Tron only just had a bigger gap between parts...), here are some bits and pieces of team, player and baseball...

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Diamondbacks Bench: Geoff Blum

On Thursday evening, we learned that Diamondbacks are on the verge of taking the first step to changing up the personnel when Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reported that Arizona was close to signing...

2010 'Pitties: Rookie of the Year

Who was the best young player to appear for the Diamondbacks in 2010? We list the top candidates.

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Diamondbacks 1, Dodgers 3; It was the best at times it was the worst at times.

The Arizona Diamondbacks, try as they might, could not end their season with a win. Starting a line-up full of future players, the Dodgers scored 3 runs off of Rodrigo Lopez to beat Arizona 3 to 1.

Diamondbacks 2, Reds 7: Night of the Long Balls

The Arizona pitchers were victimized by the long-ball, giving up five to the Reds batters, leading to six of the seven Cincinnati Runs. The D-backs homered twice, but lost their seventh game in eight, going down 7-2.

Diamondbacks 5, Padres 8: The Long and the Short lead to Another Loss

The Diamondbacks lost to the long-ball at Petco; the Padres hit four home-runs of Rodrigo Lopez, and beat Arizona 8-5.

Padres defeat Diamondbacks 8-5

Clayton Richard really tried not to win tonight. He was leaving stuff out over the plate. Runners were scoring. He was kinda like, "I just want to be me! LET ME BE!" But the Padres are not here to...

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