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2001 Arizona Diamondbacks season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2001 Arizona Diamondbacks
World Series Champion
National League Champion
National League West Division Champion
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record92–70 (.568)
Divisional place1st
Other information
Owner(s)Jerry Colangelo
General manager(s)Joe Garagiola Jr.
Manager(s)Bob Brenly
Local televisionFox Sports Net Arizona
KTVK (3TV)
(Thom Brennaman, Rod Allen, Greg Schulte, Jim Traber, Joe Garagiola)
Local radioKTAR (620 AM)
(Thom Brennaman, Rod Allen, Greg Schulte, Jim Traber, Jeff Munn)
KSUN (Spanish)
(Richard Saenz, Oscar Soria, Miguel Quintana)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2001 Arizona Diamondbacks, in their fourth year of existence, looked to improve on their 2000 season. They had to contend in what was a strong National League West Division.

Arizona had the best one-two pitching combination in the majors: Curt Schilling and Randy Johnson, who combined for 43 victories. Outfielder Luis Gonzalez slugged 57 home runs. They finished the regular season with a record of 92-70, which was good enough for the division title.

In the playoffs, they won their NLDS matchup vs. St. Louis on a walk-off hit by Tony Womack. They defeated the Braves in five games in the NLCS. In the World Series, they won a dramatic seven-game series against the New York Yankees on a walk-off hit by Gonzalez, against Yankees closer Mariano Rivera. The Arizona Diamondbacks became the fastest expansion franchise in Major League history to win a World Series title in just their fourth season. The championship remains the only one won by an Arizona based sports team.

Offseason

  • November 2, 2000: Ken Huckaby was signed as a free agent with the Arizona Diamondbacks.[1]
  • December 8, 2000: Mark Grace signed as a free agent with the Arizona Diamondbacks.[2]
  • December 15, 2000: Midre Cummings was signed as a free agent with the Arizona Diamondbacks.[3]
  • March 8, 2001: Mike Mohler was signed as a Free Agent with the Arizona Diamondbacks.[4]

Spring training

The 2001 Arizona Diamondbacks held their 4th Spring training at Tucson Electric Park in Tucson, Arizona.

Regular season

  • Randy Johnson recorded 20 strikeouts in nine innings against the Cincinnati Reds on May 8, 2001.[5] Johnson shares the record with Roger Clemens, Kerry Wood, and most recently Max Scherzer.
  • On July 19, 2001, Johnson set another record when the previous night's game against the San Diego Padres was delayed by two electrical explosions that knocked out a light tower in Qualcomm Stadium. When the game resumed the following day, Johnson replaced original starter Curt Schilling in the top of the third inning. He pitched the next seven innings, and struck out 16 Padres.[5] Johnson set a new record for strikeouts in a relief appearance, a record that was set 88 years previously by Walter Johnson, who struck out 15 batters in 1113 innings on July 25, 1913.[5]
  • Johnson went on to win 20 games for the second time in his career while striking out over 300 hitters for the fourth consecutive year. On October 2, 2001, Randy Johnson earned his 200th career win.[5]

Opening Day starters

Season standings

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Arizona Diamondbacks 92 70 0.568 48–33 44–37
San Francisco Giants 90 72 0.556 2 49–32 41–40
Los Angeles Dodgers 86 76 0.531 6 44–37 42–39
San Diego Padres 79 83 0.488 13 35–46 44–37
Colorado Rockies 73 89 0.451 19 41–40 32–49


Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL MON NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL AL
Arizona 5–2 6–3 5–1 13–6 4–2 2–4 10–9 3–3 3–3 3–3 3–4 4–2 12–7 10–9 2–4 7–8
Atlanta 2–5 4–2 4–2 4–2 9–10 3–3 2–5 3–3 13–6 10–9 10–9 5–1 3–3 4–2 3–3 9–9
Chicago 3–6 2–4 13–4 3–3 3–3 8–9 4–2 8–9 3–3 4–2 4–2 10–6 2–4 3–3 9–8 9–6
Cincinnati 1–5 2–4 4–13 3–6 4–2 6–11 4–2 6–10 4–2 4–2 2–4 9–8 2–4 4–2 7–10 4–11
Colorado 6–13 2–4 3–3 6–3 4–2 2–4 8–11 5–1 3–4 4–3 2–4 2–4 9–10 9–10 6–3 2–10
Florida 2–4 10–9 3–3 2–4 2–4 3–3 2–5 4–2 12–7 7–12 5–14 4–2 3–4 2–4 3–3 12–6
Houston 4–2 3–3 9–8 11–6 4–2 3–3 2–4 12–5 6–0 3–3 3–3 9–8 3–6 3–3 9–7 9–6
Los Angeles 9–10 5–2 2–4 2–4 11–8 5–2 4–2 5–1 2–4 2–4 3–3 7–2 9–10 11–8 3–3 6–9
Milwaukee 3–3 3–3 9–8 10–6 1–5 2–4 5–12 1–5 4–2 3–3 3–3 6–11 1–5 5–4 7–10 5–10
Montreal 3–3 6–13 3–3 2–4 4–3 7–12 0–6 4–2 2–4 8–11 9–10 5–1 3–3 2–5 2–4 8–10
New York 3–3 9–10 2–4 2–4 3–4 12–7 3–3 4–2 3–3 11–8 11–8 4–2 1–5 3–4 1–5 10–8
Philadelphia 4–3 9–10 2–4 4–2 4–2 14–5 3–3 3–3 3–3 10–9 8–11 5–1 5–2 3–3 2–4 7–11
Pittsburgh 2–4 1–5 6–10 8–9 4–2 2–4 8–9 2–7 11–6 1–5 2–4 1–5 2–4 1–5 3–14 8–7
San Diego 7–12 3–3 4–2 4–2 10–9 4–3 6–3 10–9 5–1 3–3 5–1 2–5 4–2 5–14 1–5 6–9
San Francisco 9–10 2–4 3–3 2–4 10–9 4–2 3–3 8–11 4–5 5–2 4–3 3–3 5–1 14–5 4–2 10–5
St. Louis 4–2 3–3 8–9 10–7 3–6 3–3 7–9 3–3 10–7 4–2 5–1 4–2 14–3 5–1 2–4 8–7


Notable transactions

  • June 5, 2001: Dan Uggla was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 11th round of the 2001 amateur draft. Player signed June 6, 2001.[7]
  • June 5, 2001: Ian Kinsler was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 26th round of the 2001 amateur draft, but did not sign.[8]

Roster

2001 Arizona Diamondbacks
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Game log

Legend
Diamondbacks Win Diamondbacks Loss Game Postponed
2001 Regular Season Game Log (92–70) (Home: 48–33; Road: 44–37)
April (13–12) (Home: 8–8; Road: 5–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
1 April 3 @ Dodgers 3–2 Johnson (1–0) Mantei (1) Dodger Stadium 22,927 1–0 1
2 April 4 @ Dodgers 7–2 Schilling (1–0) Dodger Stadium 34,301 2–0 2
3 April 5 @ Dodgers 5–7 Anderson (0–1) Dodger Stadium 20,542 2–1 3
4 April 6 Cardinals 9–12 Bank One Ballpark 46,079 2–2 4
5 April 7 Cardinals 4–8 Bank One Ballpark 34,404 2–3 5
6 April 8 Cardinals 4–9 Johnson (1–1) Bank One Ballpark 36,714 2–4 6
7 April 10 Dodgers 2–0 Schilling (2–0) Bank One Ballpark 29,191 3–4 7
8 April 11 Dodgers 5–11 Anderson (0–2) Bank One Ballpark 25,974 3–5 8
9 April 12 Dodgers 4–5 Bank One Ballpark 29,465 3–6 9
10 April 13 @ Rockies 7–3 Johnson (2–1) Coors Field 38,564 4–6 10
11 April 14 @ Rockies 8–9 Coors Field 42,319 4–7 11
12 April 15 @ Rockies 7–10 (10 inn.) Coors Field 36,841 4–8 12
13 April 16 @ Cardinals 2–1 Mantei (2) Busch Memorial Stadium 25,625 5–8 13
14 April 17 @ Cardinals 17–4 Busch Memorial Stadium 28,517 6–8 14
15 April 18 @ Cardinals 1–3 Johnson (2–2) Busch Memorial Stadium 29,144 6–9 15
16 April 20 Rockies 3–2 Bank One Ballpark 32,011 7–9 16
17 April 21 Rockies 10–5 Bank One Ballpark 31,724 8–9 17
18 April 22 Rockies 1–2 Bank One Ballpark 31,076 8–10 18
19 April 23 Marlins 9–0 Johnson (3–2) Bank One Ballpark 23,328 9–10 19
20 April 24 Marlins 9–8 Bank One Ballpark 24,135 10–10 20
21 April 25 Marlins 10–7 Schilling (3–0) Bank One Ballpark 23,097 11–10 21
22 April 26 Braves 13–6 Bank One Ballpark 27,362 12–10 22
23 April 27 Braves 0–9 Bank One Ballpark 32,663 12–11 23
24 April 28 Braves 1–3 Johnson (3–3) Bank One Ballpark 45,264 12–12 24
25 April 29 Braves 7–5 Bank One Ballpark 34,356 13–12 25
May (18–10) (Home: 5–4; Road: 13–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
26 May 1 @ Expos 8–3 Schilling (4–0) Olympic Stadium 4,340 14–12 26
27 May 2 @ Expos 3–4 Anderson (0–3) Olympic Stadium 4,352 14–13 27
28 May 3 @ Expos 2–1 Olympic Stadium 4,788 15–13 28
29 May 4 @ Mets 2–4 Shea Stadium 36,945 15–14 29
30 May 5 @ Mets 1–8 Shea Stadium 35,630 15–15 30
31 May 6 @ Mets 8–2 Schilling (5–0) Shea Stadium 37,673 16–15 31
32 May 7 Reds 4–5 (10 inn.) Bank One Ballpark 25,636 16–16 32
33 May 8 Reds 4–3 (11 inn.) Bank One Ballpark 29,817 17–16 33
34 May 9 Reds 5–2 Bank One Ballpark 26,150 18–16 34
35 May 11 Phillies 1–5 Schilling (5–1) Bank One Ballpark 30,291 18–17 35
36 May 12 Phillies 5–6 (10 inn.) Bank One Ballpark 33,515 18–18 36
37 May 13 Phillies 6–1 Johnson (4–3) Bank One Ballpark 32,223 19–18 37
38 May 15 @ Reds 5–1 Kim (1) Cinergy Field 19,201 20–18 38
39 May 16 @ Reds 2–1 Schilling (6–1) Kim (2) Cinergy Field 21,843 21–18 39
40 May 17 @ Reds 7–2 Anderson (1–3) Cinergy Field 23,723 22–18 40
41 May 18 @ Cubs 4–0 Johnson (5–3) Wrigley Field 37,830 23–18 41
42 May 19 @ Cubs 2–6 Wrigley Field 40,153 23–19 49
43 May 20 @ Cubs 5–6 Wrigley Field 39,350 23–20 43
44 May 21 Giants 4–2 Schilling (7–1) Bank One Ballpark 28,628 24–20 44
45 May 22 Giants 12–8 Anderson (2–3) Bank One Ballpark 33,323 25–20 45
46 May 23 Giants 1–5 Johnson (5–4) Bank One Ballpark 34,922 25–21 46
47 May 24 @ Padres 1–3 Qualcomm Stadium 19,450 25–22 47
48 May 25 @ Padres 7–1 Qualcomm Stadium 29,965 26–22 48
49 May 26 @ Padres 3–1 Schilling (8–1) Qualcomm Stadium 49,300 27–22 49
50 May 27 @ Padres 6–4 Qualcomm Stadium 34,053 28–22 50
51 May 28 @ Giants 2–1 (12 inn.) SBC Park 41,341 29–22 51
52 May 29 @ Giants 1–0 (18 inn.) SBC Park 39,709 30–22 52
53 May 30 @ Giants 4–3 SBC Park 40,313 31–22 53
June (18–9) (Home: 12–6; Road: 6–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
54 June 1 Padres 4–2 Schilling (9–1) Kim (3) Bank One Ballpark 32,234 32–22 54
55 June 2 Padres 2–1 Bank One Ballpark 34,325 33–22 55
56 June 3 Padres 8–4 Johnson (6–4) Bank One Ballpark 37,500 34–22 56
57 June 4 Dodgers 4–8 Bank One Ballpark 26,485 34–23 57
58 June 5 Dodgers 5–6 Bank One Ballpark 32,699 34–24 58
59 June 6 Dodgers 4–1 Schilling (10–1) Bank One Ballpark 31,046 35–24 59
60 June 7 Dodgers 13–9 Bank One Ballpark 32,658 36–24 60
61 June 8 @ Royals 11–4 Johnson (7–4) Kauffman Stadium 20,349 37–24 61
62 June 9 @ Royals 2–3 Kauffman Stadium 26,879 37–25 62
63 June 10 @ Royals 12–5 Kauffman Stadium 16,573 38–25 63
64 June 12 Cubs 2–6 Schilling (10–2) Bank One Ballpark 40,191 38–26 64
65 June 13 Cubs 13–3 Bank One Ballpark 33,670 39–26 65
66 June 14 Cubs 3–2 Johnson (8–4) Bank One Ballpark 40,093 40–26 66
67 June 15 Tigers 2–5 Bank One Ballpark 31,683 40–27 67
68 June 16 Tigers 3–1 Bank One Ballpark 35,028 41–27 68
69 June 17 Tigers 8–3 Schilling (11–2) Bank One Ballpark 39,760 42–27 69
70 June 19 @ Dodgers 9–2 Johnson (9–4) Dodger Stadium 31,160 43–27 70
71 June 20 @ Dodgers 3–4 Dodger Stadium 35,561 43–28 71
72 June 21 @ Rockies 14–5 Coors Field 40,036 44–28 72
73 June 22 @ Rockies 5–4 (10 inn.) Coors Field 44,655 45–28 73
74 June 23 @ Rockies 9–5 Coors Field 41,612 46–28 74
75 June 24 @ Rockies 6–7 Johnson (9–5) Coors Field 41,682 46–29 75
76 June 25 Astros 0–6 Bank One Ballpark 27,320 46–30 76
77 June 26 Astros 7–10 Bank One Ballpark 30,566 46–31 77
78 June 27 Astros 7–5 Schilling (12–2) Bank One Ballpark 28,802 47–31 78
79 June 29 Rockies 5–3 Johnson (10–5) Kim (4) Bank One Ballpark 34,291 48–31 79
80 June 30 Rockies 6–5 Bank One Ballpark 36,165 49–31 80
July (11–15) (Home: 4–8; Road: 7–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
81 July 1 Rockies 5–4 (13 inn.) Bank One Ballpark 31,999 50–31 81
82 July 3 @ Astros 5–6 Schilling (12–3) Enron Field 40,982 50–32 82
83 July 4 @ Astros 3–2 Johnson (11–5) Kim (5) Enron Field 41,216 51–32 83
84 July 5 @ Astros 1–5 Enron Field 35,112 51–33 84
85 July 6 Athletics 0–3 Anderson (2–4) Bank One Ballpark 34,008 51–34 85
86 July 7 Athletics 1–5 Bank One Ballpark 36,978 51–35 86
87 July 8 Athletics 1–2 Schilling (12–4) Bank One Ballpark 31,927 51–36 87
July 10: All-Star Game (AL wins—Boxscore) 4–1 García (SEA) Park (LA) Sasaki (SEA) Safeco Field 47,364 Seattle, Washington
88 July 12 @ Angels 1–4 Anderson (2–5) Edison International Field of Anaheim 18,724 51–37 88
89 July 13 @ Angels 6–2 Schilling (13–4) Edison International Field of Anaheim 32,777 52–37 89
90 July 14 @ Angels 7–5 Kim (6) Edison International Field of Anaheim 30,044 53–37 90
91 July 15 @ Mariners 0–8 Safeco Field 45,855 53–38 91
92 July 16 @ Mariners 5–3 Kim (7) Safeco Field 45,770 54–38 92
93 July 17 @ Mariners 1–6 Anderson (2–6) Safeco Field 45,894 54–39 93
94 July 18 @ Padres 3–0 Johnson (12–5) Qualcomm Stadium 22,184 55–39 94
95 July 19 @ Padres 4–8 Qualcomm Stadium 22,583 55–40 95
96 July 20 @ Giants 0–1 SBC Park 41,287 55–41 96
97 July 21 @ Giants 9–2 Schilling (14–4) SBC Park 41,669 56–41 97
98 July 22 @ Giants 12–4 Anderson (3–6) SBC Park 41,901 57–41 98
99 July 23 Padres 2–4 Bank One Ballpark 28,867 57–42 99
100 July 24 Padres 11–0 Johnson (13–5) Bank One Ballpark 36,940 58–42 100
101 July 25 Padres 9–6 Kim (8) Bank One Ballpark 28,376 59–42 101
102 July 26 Giants 3–11 Schilling (14–5) Bank One Ballpark 33,666 59–43 102
103 July 27 Giants 5–9 Anderson (3–7) Bank One Ballpark 35,853 59–44 103
104 July 28 Giants 4–11 Bank One Ballpark 47,570 59–45 104
105 July 29 Giants 3–4 Bank One Ballpark 38,093 59–46 105
106 July 31 Expos 3–1 Schilling (15–5) Bank One Ballpark 27,726 60–46 106
August (18–11) (Home: 10–4; Road: 8–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
107 August 1 Expos 5–8 Anderson (3–8) Bank One Ballpark 25,668 60–47 107
108 August 2 Expos 0–1 Bank One Ballpark 28,688 60–48 108
109 August 3 Mets 7–0 Johnson (14–5) Bank One Ballpark 43,806 61–48 109
110 August 4 Mets 2–4 Bank One Ballpark 36,750 61–49 110
111 August 5 Mets 2–1 Schilling (16–5) Kim (9) Bank One Ballpark 36,870 62–49 111
112 August 7 @ Marlins 4–10 Pro Player Stadium 13,050 62–50 112[permanent dead link]
113 August 8 @ Marlins 7–1 Johnson (15–5) Pro Player Stadium 17,261 63–50 113[permanent dead link]
114 August 9 @ Marlins 1–3 Pro Player Stadium 15,615 63–51 114[permanent dead link]
115 August 10 @ Braves 7–0 Schilling (17–5) Turner Field 40,101 64–51 115
116 August 11 @ Braves 3–1 Kim (10) Turner Field 48,367 65–51 116
117 August 12 @ Braves 9–1 Turner Field 34,702 66–51 117
118 August 13 Pirates 3–0 Johnson (16–5) Bank One Ballpark 32,386 67–51 118
119 August 14 Pirates 4–3 (10 inn.) Bank One Ballpark 31,006 68–51 119
120 August 15 Pirates 5–2 Schilling (18–5) Bank One Ballpark 28,703 69–51 120
121 August 17 Cubs 7–2 Kim (11) Bank One Ballpark 42,667 70–51 121
122 August 18 Cubs 5–3 Johnson (17–5) Kim (12) Bank One Ballpark 47,489 71–51 122
123 August 19 Cubs 13–6 Bank One Ballpark 44,449 72–51 123
124 August 21 @ Pirates 2–4 Schilling (18–6) PNC Park 35,131 72–52 124
125 August 22 @ Pirates 6–0 PNC Park 26,531 73–52 125
126 August 23 @ Pirates 1–5 Johnson (17–6) PNC Park 30,794 73–53 126
127 August 24 @ Phillies 5–6 Anderson (3–9) Veterans Stadium 35,173 73–54 127
128 August 25 @ Phillies 4–3 Kim (13) Veterans Stadium 23,953 74–54 128
129 August 26 @ Phillies 4–3 (10 inn.) Veterans Stadium 35,093 75–54 129
130 August 27 @ Phillies 1–2 Veterans Stadium 18,303 75–55 130
131 August 28 Giants 4–1 Johnson (18–6) Kim (14) Bank One Ballpark 41,502 76–55 131
132 August 29 Giants 2–0 Kim (15) Bank One Ballpark 31,990 77–55 132
133 August 30 Giants 5–13 Bank One Ballpark 34,269 77–56 133
134 August 31 @ Padres 4–1 Schilling (19–6) Qualcomm Stadium n/a 78–56 134[permanent dead link]
135 August 31 @ Padres 5–6 Qualcomm Stadium 24,372 78–57 135[permanent dead link]
September (10–11) (Home: 6–3; Road: 4–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
136 September 1 @ Padres 5–7 Qualcomm Stadium 34,252 78–58 136
137 September 2 @ Padres 0–1 (13 inn.) Qualcomm Stadium 23,475 78–59 137
138 September 4 @ Giants 2–5 SBC Park 40,869 78–60 138
139 September 5 @ Giants 7–2 Schilling (20–6) SBC Park 40,972 79–60 139
140 September 6 @ Giants 5–9 SBC Park 41,155 79–61 140
141 September 7 Padres 3–4 Bank One Ballpark 32,184 79–62 141
142 September 8 Padres 8–6 (10 inn.) Bank One Ballpark 39,929 80–62 142
143 September 9 Padres 8–2 Kim (16) Bank One Ballpark 33,741 81–62 143
144 September 17 @ Rockies 7–3 Johnson (19–6) Coors Field 31,111 82–62 144
145 September 18 @ Rockies 9–10 Coors Field 30,552 82–63 145
146 September 19 @ Rockies 2–8 Coors Field 30,301 82–64 146
147 September 20 @ Dodgers 2–3 (13 inn.) Dodger Stadium 31,776 82–65 147
148 September 21 @ Dodgers 10–0 Dodger Stadium 44,321 83–65 148
149 September 22 @ Dodgers 5–6 (11 inn.) Dodger Stadium 40,215 83–66 149
150 September 23 @ Dodgers 6–1 Schilling (21–6) Dodger Stadium 48,410 84–66 150
151 September 25 Brewers 5–9 Bank One Ballpark 35,032 84–67 151
152 September 26 Brewers 15–9 Bank One Ballpark 30,658 85–67 152
153 September 27 Brewers 13–11 Johnson (20–6) Kim (17) Bank One Ballpark 28,359 86–67 153
154 September 28 Dodgers 4–3 (11 inn.) Bank One Ballpark 46,838 87–67 154
155 September 29 Dodgers 8–1 Bank One Ballpark 43,936 88–67 155
156 September 30 Dodgers 1–2 Bank One Ballpark 43,138 88–68 156
October (4–2) (Home: 3–0; Road: 1–2)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Report
158 October 2 Rockies 10–1 Johnson (21–6) Hampton Bank One Ballpark 36,263 89–68 157
159 October 3 Rockies 4–3 Schilling (22–6) Chacón Kim (18) Bank One Ballpark 32,521 90–68 158
160 October 4 Rockies 5–4 Anderson (4–9) Neagle Kim (19) Bank One Ballpark 29,382 91–68 159
160 October 5 @ Brewers 5–0 Lopez Levrault Miller Park 24,700 92–68 160
161 October 6 @ Brewers 4–5 Fox Sabel Miller Park 40,038 92–69 161
162 October 7 @ Brewers 5–15 Sheets Knott Miller Park 31,761 92–70 162

Notes:

a All times in Mountain Standard Time.

Player stats

= Indicates team leader

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos. Player G AB H HR RBI Avg.
C Damian Miller 123 380 103 13 47 .271
1B Mark Grace 145 476 142 15 78 .298
2B Jay Bell 129 428 106 13 46 .248
3B Matt Williams 106 408 112 16 65 .275
SS Tony Womack 125 481 128 3 30 .266
LF Luis Gonzalez 162 609 198 57 142 .325
CF Steve Finley 140 495 136 14 73 .275
RF Reggie Sanders 126 441 116 33 90 .263

[9]

Other batters

Player G AB H HR RBI Avg.
Craig Counsell 141 458 126 4 38 .275
Danny Bautista 100 222 67 5 26 .302
David Dellucci 115 217 60 10 40 .276
Erubiel Durazo 92 175 47 12 38 .269
Junior Spivey 72 163 42 5 21 .258
Rod Barajas 51 106 17 3 9 .160
Greg Colbrunn 59 97 28 4 18 .289
Chad Moeller 25 56 13 1 2 .232
Mike DiFelice 12 21 1 0 1 .048
Midre Cummings 20 20 6 0 1 .300
Alex Cintrón 8 7 2 0 0 .286
Jason Conti 5 4 1 0 0 .250
Ryan Christenson 19 4 1 0 1 .250
Jack Cust 3 2 1 0 0 .500
Lyle Overbay 2 2 1 0 0 .500
Juan Sosa 2 1 0 0 0 .000
Rob Ryan 1 1 0 0 0 .000
Ken Huckaby 1 1 0 0 0 .000

Starting pitchers

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Curt Schilling 35 256.2 22 6 2.98 293
Randy Johnson 35 249.2 21 6 2.49 372
Brian Anderson 29 133.1 4 9 5.20 55
Robert Ellis 19 92.0 6 5 5.77 41
Albie Lopez 13 81.0 4 7 4.00 69
Armando Reynoso 9 46.2 1 6 5.98 15
Nick Bierbrodt 5 23 2 2 8.22 17

[9]

Other pitchers

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Miguel Batista 48 139.1 11 8 3.36 90
Bobby Witt 14 43.1 4 1 4.78 31
Eric Knott 3 4.2 0 1 1.93 4
Relief pitchers
Player G IP W L SV ERA SO
Byung-hyun Kim 78 98.0 5 6 19 2.94 113
Greg Swindell 64 53.2 2 6 2 4.53 42
Troy Brohawn 59 49.1 2 3 1 4.93 30
Bret Prinz 46 41.0 4 1 9 2.63 27
Erik Sabel 42 51.1 3 2 0 4.38 25
Mike Morgan 31 38.0 1 0 0 4.26 24
Russ Springer 18 17.2 0 0 1 7.13 12
Mike Mohler 13 13.2 0 0 0 7.24 7
Mike Koplove 9 10.0 0 1 0 3.60 14
Matt Mantei 8 7.0 0 0 2 2.57 12
Geraldo Guzmán 4 9.1 0 0 0 2.89 4
Steve Finley 1 1.0 0 0 0 0.00 0

Post season

NLDS

Arizona wins the series, 3-2

Game Home Score Visitor Score Date Series
1 Arizona 1 St. Louis 0 October 1-0 (AZ)
2 Arizona 1 St. Louis 4 October 10 1-1
3 St. Louis 3 Arizona 5 October 12 2-1 (AZ)
4 St. Louis 4 Arizona 1 October 13 2-2
5 Arizona 2 St. Louis 1 October 14 3-2 (AZ)

NLCS

Game Date Visitor Score Home Score Record

(ATL-ARI)

Attendance
1 October 16 Atlanta 0 Arizona 2 0-1 37,729
2 October 17 Atlanta 8 Arizona 1 1-1 49,334
3 October 19 Arizona 5 Atlanta 1 1-2 41,624
4 October 20 Arizona 11 Atlanta 4 1-3 42,291
5 October 21 Arizona 3 Atlanta 2 1-4 35,652
Arizona wins series 4–1 and advances to the World Series

World series

Game 1

October 27, 2001 at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, Arizona

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 2
Arizona 1 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 x 9 10 0
WP: Curt Schilling (1-0)   LP: Mike Mussina (0-1)
Home runs:
NYY: None
ARI: Craig Counsell (1), Luis Gonzalez (1)

Game 2

October 28, 2001 at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, Arizona

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
Arizona 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 x 4 5 0
WP: Randy Johnson (1-0)   LP: Andy Pettitte (0-1)
Home runs:
NYY: None
ARI: Matt Williams (1)

Game 3

October 30, 2001 at Yankee Stadium in New York

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Arizona 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 3
New York 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 x 2 7 1
WP: Roger Clemens (1-0)   LP: Brian Anderson (0-1)   Sv: Mariano Rivera (1)
Home runs:
ARI: None
NYY: Jorge Posada (1)

Game 4

October 31, 2001 at Yankee Stadium in New York City

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E
Arizona 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 6 0
New York 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 4 7 0
WP: Mariano Rivera (1-0)   LP: Byung-hyun Kim (0-1)
Home runs:
ARI: Mark Grace (1)
NYY: Shane Spencer (1), Tino Martinez (1), Derek Jeter (1)

Game 5

November 1, 2001 at Yankee Stadium in New York

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 R H E
Arizona 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 0
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 9 1
WP: Sterling Hitchcock (1-0)   LP: Albie Lopez (0-1)
Home runs:
ARI: Steve Finley (1), Rod Barajas (1)
NYY: Scott Brosius (1)

Game 6

November 3, 2001 at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, Arizona

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 7 1
Arizona 1 3 8 3 0 0 0 0 x 15 22 0
WP: Randy Johnson (2-0)   LP: Andy Pettitte (0-2)

Game 7

November 4, 2001 at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, Arizona

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 6 3
Arizona 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 11 0
WP: Randy Johnson (3-0)   LP: Mariano Rivera (1-1)
Home runs:
NYY: Alfonso Soriano (1)
ARI: None

Game log

Legend
Diamondbacks Win Diamondbacks Loss Game Postponed
2001 Post Season Game Log
National League Division Series vs. St. Louis – Arizona wins series 3–2
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Series Report
1 October 9 Cardinals 1–0 Schilling (1–0) Morris (0–1) Bank One Ballpark 42,251 1–0 NLDS 1
2 October 10 Cardinals 1–4 Williams (1–0) Johnson (0–1) Kline (1) Bank One Ballpark 41,793 1–1 NLDS 2
3 October 12 @ Cardinals 5–3 Batista (1–0) Matthews (0–1) Kim (1) Busch Memorial Stadium 52,273 2–1 NLDS 3
4 October 13 @ Cardinals 1–4 Smith (1–0) Lopez (0–1) Kline (2) Busch Memorial Stadium 52,194 2–2 NLDS 4
5 October 14 Cardinals 2–1 Schilling (2–0) Kline (0–1) Bank One Ballpark 42,810 3–2 NLDS 5
National League Championship Series vs. Atlanta – Arizona wins series 4–1
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Series Report
1 October 16 Braves 2–0 Johnson (1–0) Bank One Ballpark 37,729 1–0 NLCS 1
2 October 17 Braves 1–8 Batista (0–1) Bank One Ballpark 49,334 1–1 NLCS 2
3 October 19 @ Braves 5–1 Schilling (1–0) Turner Field 41,624 2–1 NLCS 3
4 October 20 @ Braves 11–4 Anderson (1–0) Kim (1) Turner Field 42,291 3–1 NLCS 4
5 October 21 @ Braves 3–2 Johnson (2–0) Kim (2) Turner Field 35,652 4–1 NLCS 5
World Series vs. New York (AL) – Arizona wins series 4–3
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Series Report
1 October 27 Yankees 9–1 Schilling (1–0) Mussina (0–1) Bank One Ballpark 49,646 1–0 WS 1
2 October 28 Yankees 4–0 Johnson (1–0) Pettitte (0–1) Bank One Ballpark 49,646 2–0 WS 2
3 October 30 @ Yankees 1–2 Clemens (1–0) Anderson (0–1) Rivera (1) Yankee Stadium 55,820 2–1 WS 3
4 October 31 @ Yankees 3–4 (10 inn.) Rivera (1–0) Kim (0–1) Yankee Stadium 55,863 2–2 WS 4
5 November 1 @ Yankees 2–3 (12 inn.) Hitchcock (1–0) Lopez (0–1) Yankee Stadium 56,018 2–3 WS 5
6 November 3 Yankees 15–2 Johnson (2–0) Pettitte (0–2) Bank One Ballpark 49,707 3–3 WS 6
7 November 4 Yankees 3–2 Johnson (3–0) Rivera (1–1) Bank One Ballpark 49,589 4–3 WS 7

Notes:

Game times

# Date Opponent Time Network TV Local Radio Network Radio
1 NLDS October 9 Cardinals 5:15 PM MST Fox Family KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
2 NLDS October 10 Cardinals 1:20 PM MST Fox Family KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
3 NLDS October 12 @ Cardinals 5:15 PM MST Fox Family KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
4 NLDS October 13 @ Cardinals 10:15 AM MST Fox Family KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
5 NLDS October 14 Cardinals 4:50 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
1 NLCS October 16 Braves 5:20 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
2 NLCS October 17 Braves 5:20 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
3 NLCS October 19 @ Braves 5:20 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
4 NLCS October 20 @ Braves 4:50 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
5 NLCS October 21 @ Braves 4:50 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
1 WS October 27 Yankees 4:30 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
2 WS October 28 Yankees 5:30 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
3 WS October 30 @ Yankees 6:00 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
4 WS October 31 @ Yankees 6:00 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
5 WS November 1 @ Yankees 6:00 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
6 WS November 3 Yankees 5:30 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
7 WS November 4 Yankees 5:30 PM MST Fox KTAR-AM ESPN Radio
Umpires
# Date Opponent Home Plate First Base Second Base Third Base Left Field Right Field
1 NLDS October 9 St. Louis Randy Marsh John Hirschbeck Larry Young Tim Tschida Dale Scott Alfonso Márquez
2 NLDS October 10 St. Louis John Hirschbeck Larry Young Tim Tschida Dale Scott Alfonso Márquez Randy Marsh
3 NLDS October 12 @ St. Louis Mike Winters Brian Gorman Jim Joyce Mike Everitt Bruce Froemming Chuck Meriwether
4 NLDS October 13 @ St. Louis Brian Gorman Jim Joyce Mike Everitt Bruce Froemming Chuck Meriwether Mike Winters
5 NLDS October 14 St. Louis Jim Joyce Mike Everitt Bruce Froemming Chuck Meriwether Mike Winters Brian Gorman
1 NLCS October 16 Atlanta Jerry Crawford Jeff Kellogg Angel Hernandez Mike Reilly Gerry Davis Tim McClelland
2 NLCS October 17 Atlanta Jeff Kellogg Angel Hernandez Mike Reilly Gerry Davis Tim McClelland Jerry Crawford
3 NLCS October 19 @ Atlanta Angel Hernandez Mike Reilly Gerry Davis Tim McClelland Jerry Crawford Jeff Kellogg
4 NLCS October 20 @ Atlanta Mike Reilly Gerry Davis Tim McClelland Jerry Crawford Jeff Kellogg Angel Hernandez
5 NLCS October 21 @ Atlanta Gerry Davis Tim McClelland Jerry Crawford Jeff Kellogg Angel Hernandez Mike Reilly
1 WS October 27 New York (AL) Steve Rippley Mark Hirschbeck Dale Scott Ed Rapuano Jim Joyce Dana DeMuth
2 WS October 28 New York (AL) Mark Hirschbeck Dale Scott Ed Rapuano Jim Joyce Dana DeMuth Steve Rippley
3 WS October 30 @ New York (AL) Dale Scott Ed Rapuano Jim Joyce Dana DeMuth Steve Rippley Mark Hirschbeck
4 WS October 31 @ New York (AL) Ed Rapuano Jim Joyce Dana DeMuth Steve Rippley Mark Hirschbeck Dale Scott
5 WS November 1 @ New York (AL) Jim Joyce Dana DeMuth Steve Rippley Mark Hirschbeck Dale Scott Ed Rapuano
6 WS November 3 New York (AL) Dana DeMuth Steve Rippley Mark Hirschbeck Dale Scott Ed Rapuano Jim Joyce
7 WS November 4 New York (AL) Steve Rippley Mark Hirschbeck Dale Scott Ed Rapuano Jim Joyce Dana DeMuth

Awards and honors

2001 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

League leaders

Luis Gonzalez

  • #3 in NL in home runs (57)
  • #3 in NL in RBI (142)
  • #3 in NL in slugging percentage (.688)
  • #4 in NL in runs scored (128)

Randy Johnson

  • Led MLB in ERA (2.49)
  • Led MLB in strikeouts (372)
  • #3 in NL in wins (21)

Curt Schilling

  • Led MLB in wins (22)
  • Led NL in complete games (6)
  • #2 in NL in ERA (2.98)
  • #2 in NL in strikeouts (293)

Media

Local TV

Channel Play-by-play #1 Play-by-play #2 Color commentators
KTVK-TV Thom Brennaman or Greg Schulte Greg Schulte or Joe Garagiola Rod Allen and Jim Traber

Local Cable TV

Cable Channel Play-by-play #1 Play-by-play #2 Color commentators
Fox Sports Net Arizona Thom Brennaman or Greg Schulte Greg Schulte or Joe Garagiola Rod Allen and Jim Traber

Local Radio

Flagship station Play-by-play #1 Play-by-play #2 Color commentators
KTAR-AM Thom Brennaman or Greg Schulte Greg Schulte or Jeff Munn Rod Allen and Jim Traber

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Tucson Sidewinders Pacific Coast League Tom Spencer
AA El Paso Diablos Texas League Al Pedrique
A Lancaster JetHawks California League Scott Coolbaugh
A South Bend Silver Hawks Midwest League Steve Scarsone
A-Short Season Yakima Bears Northwest League Greg Lonigro
Rookie Missoula Osprey Pioneer League Chip Hale

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References

  1. ^ Ken Huckaby Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  2. ^ Mark Grace Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  3. ^ "Midre Cummings Stats".
  4. ^ "Mike Mohler Stats".
  5. ^ a b c d "The Ballplayers – Randy Johnson | BaseballLibrary.com". Archived from the original on February 9, 2008. Retrieved August 12, 2008.
  6. ^ 2001 Arizona Diamondbacks Roster by Baseball Almanac
  7. ^ Dan Uggla Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  8. ^ "Ian Kinsler Stats".
  9. ^ a b "2001 Arizona Diamondbacks Statistics".
  10. ^ "Hutch Award | Baseball Almanac".
  11. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 3rd edition. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 2007

External links

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