Arizona Diamondbacks


The mission of the Arizona Diamondbacks is to provide industry-leading entertainment in a clean, safe and family-friendly environment and to make a positive impact on its fans and civic partners by focusing on team performance, fan experience, financial efficiency, workplace culture and community contribution.

Since entering Major League Baseball in 1998, the D-backs have reached the postseason in five of 17 seasons (29 percent), the highest rate of any National League franchise and second only to the Yankees in MLB. In just its fourth season, the franchise captured the 2001 World Series championship, the first and only title in Phoenix sports history among the four major sports.

The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation and the team have combined to donate more than $40 million to the community since their inception and annually give back more money than all other Arizona professional franchises combined. Chase Field has served as host to the 2011 All-Star Game, 2006 and 2013 World Baseball Classic and 19 postseason games.