David Hernandez

Arizona Diamondbacks #30 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 05/13/85
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 250
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

DBacks Preview Q&A: Blake Stokes from AZ Snake Pit

Before the Dodgers and Diamondbacks battle in a three-game series, TBLA caught up with Blake Stokes of AZ Snake Pit to talk about Arizona's start to the season.

Sports In Sydney: An American Impression

I flew 15 hours to see a bunch of Australian dudes tackle each other for 80 minutes. Also: baseball.

Does Tommy John Bite the Snakes Again?

It looks like the UCL may have bitten the snakes again

2014 Expectations: J.J. Putz

Looking at the future of J.J. Putz for the Arizona Diamondbacks.

2014 Diamondbacks Expectations: David Hernandez

After two years where Hernandez was solid and reliable, he fell apart in the middle of last year. Then he got better. But can he be relied upon for the 2014 campaign?

Diamondbacks Spring Questions, #3: Closing Time

As spring training approaches, we have two established closers in the bullpen. Which one will get the lion's share of the save opportunities in 2014, J.J. Putz or Addison Reed?

Choosing a closer

The closer's spot was problematic for the Diamondbacks this season. There are no shortage of candidates for the role in 2014, but who should it be?

David Hernandez, Tony Sipp recalled from Reno

The September call-ups start, with the news that the Arizona Diamondbacks have recalled right-handed pitcher David Hernandez and left-handed pitcher Tony Sipp from Triple-A Reno.

David Hernandez optioned to Reno

One of the more poignant images of the 2013 campaign will be a distraught David Hernandez being comforted in the dugout after an appearance earlier this season. Unfortunately, he hasn't been able to turn it around, and was optioned to Reno tonight.

Diamondbacks 2, Brewers 1: The Longest Night

There's something to be said for a game where the lead could vanish with any swing of the opponent's bat. But the thing to be said is probably, "Let's not do that again for a while, please."

Diamondbacks 1, Padres 4: Swept away in San Diego

They moved the fences in at Petco this year, but you wouldn't notice by the D-backs performance. For the first time in 10 series, we didn't score more than four runs in any game, and the Padres swept us as a result - they're now only two games back.

Diamondbacks 1, Padres 4

A good outing from Ian Kennedy couldn't overcome another weak offensive performance, and a three-run homer off David Hernandez in the eighth inning proved decisive, as the DIamondbacks were swept for the first time on the road this year.

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