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10/29/2007 12:35 PM ET
D-backs to defend N.L. West Championship, celebrate 10th anniversary in 2008
Team also announces new start times for weekend games at Chase Field
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PHOENIX -- The Arizona Diamondbacks released their complete 2008 regular season schedule today and will begin their defense of the 2007 National League West Division Championship while also kicking off the celebration of the organization's 10th anniversary when the team faces the Cincinnati Reds on March 31 in the season opener at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.

The D-backs' season-opening road trip also includes two additional games against the Reds (April 2-3) followed by a three-game weekend series against the Colorado Rockies in Denver, the team's first trip back to Coors Field since losing to the Rockies in the National League Championship Series.

The D-backs will kick off their 81-game home schedule against the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 7 at Chase Field, followed by additional games against the Dodgers April 8-9 and a weekend series against the National League Champion Rockies April 11-13. Beginning with the weekend series against the Rockies, all Saturday home games in 2008 will start at 5:10 p.m. and all Sunday contests will begin at 1:10 p.m. All weekday evening games will continue to start at 6:40 p.m. and seven mid-week day games will begin at 12:40 p.m.

The D-backs will face teams from all three American League divisions during Interleague play next season. The Detroit Tigers (May 16-18), Kansas City Royals (June 13-15) and Oakland Athletics (June 17-19) will visit Chase Field in 2008 while Arizona travels on the road to face the Minnesota Twins (June 20-22) and Boston Red Sox (June 23-25).

The team will close out the 2008 season at home against the Rockies Sept. 26-28.

All 162 regular season games in 2008 can be heard locally in English on Sports 620 KTAR and in Spanish on KSUN 1400 AM. Beginning next season, FSN Arizona will televise 150 games as the exclusive television rights holder for the team, making the cable network the only regional television provider for D-backs games. The D-backs will also televise 50 games in Spanish next season on KPHE-TV (Channel 44). FSN Arizona and KPHE-TV will announce their television broadcast schedules at a later date.

Individual tickets for 2008 regular season games will go on sale early next year. The team is currently taking deposits for season tickets. For more information regarding season tickets, please call 602.462.4600 or visit dbacks.com.

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS 2008 SCHEDULE

March/April

31   at Cincinnati   11:10 a.m.
2   at Cincinnati   4:10 p.m.
3   at Cincinnati   TBD
4   at Colorado   1:05 p.m.
5   at Colorado   5:05 p.m.
6   at Colorado   12:05 p.m.
7   Los Angeles   6:40 p.m.
8   Los Angeles   6:40 p.m.
9   Los Angeles   12:40 p.m.
11   Colorado   6:40 p.m.
12   Colorado   5:10 p.m.
13   Colorado   1:10 p.m.
14   at San Francisco   7:15 p.m.
15   at San Francisco   1:35 p.m.
16   at San Francisco   12:35 p.m.
18   San Diego   6:40 p.m.
19   San Diego   5:10 p.m.
20   San Diego   1:10 p.m.
21   San Francisco   6:40 p.m.
22   San Francisco   6:40 p.m.
23   at Los Angeles   7:10 p.m.
24   at Los Angeles   7:10 p.m.
25   at San Diego   7:05 p.m.
26   at San Diego   7:05 p.m.
27   at San Diego   1:05 p.m.
28   Houston   6:40 p.m.
29   Houston   6:40 p.m.
30   Houston   12:40 p.m.

May

2   New York Mets   6:40 p.m.
3   New York Mets   5:10 p.m.
4   New York Mets   1:10 p.m.
5   Philadelphia   6:40 p.m.
6   Philadelphia   6:40 p.m.
7   Philadelphia   6:40 p.m.
8   Philadelphia   12:40 p.m.
9   at Chicago Cubs   11:20 a.m.
10   at Chicago Cubs   TBD
11   at Chicago Cubs   11:20 a.m.
13   Colorado   6:40 p.m.
14   Colorado   6:40 p.m.
15   Colorado   6:40 p.m.
16   Detroit   6:40 p.m.
17   Detroit   5:10 p.m.
18   Detroit   1:10 p.m.
20   at Florida   4:10 p.m.
21   at Florida   4:10 p.m.
22   at Florida   4:10 p.m.
23   at Atlanta   4:35 p.m.
24   at Atlanta   4:05 p.m.
25   at Atlanta   10:35 a.m.
26   at Atlanta   10:05 a.m.
27   San Francisco   6:40 p.m.
28   San Francisco   6:40 p.m.
29   San Francisco   6:40 p.m.
30   Washington   6:40 p.m.
31   Washington   5:10 p.m.

June

1   Washington   1:10 p.m.
2   at Milwaukee   5:05 p.m.
3   at Milwaukee   5:05 p.m.
4   at Milwaukee   11:05 a.m.
6   at Pittsburgh   4:05 p.m.
7   at Pittsburgh   4:05 p.m.
8   at Pittsburgh   10:35 a.m.
9   at Pittsburgh   12:35 a.m.
10   at NY Mets   4:10 p.m.
11   at NY Mets   4:10 p.m.
12   at NY Mets   10:10 a.m.
13   Kansas City   6:40 p.m.
14   Kansas City   5:10 p.m.
15   Kansas City   1:10 p.m.
17   Oakland   6:40 p.m.
18   Oakland   6:40 p.m.
19   Oakland   12:40 p.m.
20   at Minnesota   5:10 p.m.
21   at Minnesota   4:10 p.m.
22   at Minnesota   11:10 a.m.
23   at Boston   4:05 p.m.
24   at Boston   4:05 p.m.
25   at Boston   4:05 p.m.
27   at Florida   4:10 p.m.
28   at Florida   TBD
29   at Florida   10:05 a.m.
30   Milwaukee   6:40 p.m.

July

1   Milwaukee   6:40 p.m.
2   Milwaukee   6:40 p.m.
3   Milwaukee   12:40 p.m.
4   San Diego   6:40 p.m.
5   San Diego   5:10 p.m.
6   San Diego   1:10 p.m.
8   at Washington   4:10 p.m.
9   at Washington   4:10 p.m.
10   at Washington   4:10 p.m.
11   at Philadelphia   4:05 p.m.
12   at Philadelphia   4:05 p.m.
13   at Philadelphia   10:35 a.m.
18   Los Angeles   6:40 p.m.
19   Los Angeles   5:10 p.m.
20   Los Angeles   1:10 p.m.
21   Chicago   6:40 p.m.
22   Chicago   6:40 p.m.
23   Chicago   6:40 p.m.
25   at San Francisco   7:15 p.m.
26   at San Francisco   TBD
27   at San Francisco   1:05 p.m.
28   at San Diego   7:05 p.m.
29   at San Diego   7:05 p.m.
30   at San Diego   7:05 p.m.
31   at Los Angeles   7:10 p.m.

August

1   at Los Angeles   7:40 p.m.
2   at Los Angeles   TBD
3   at Los Angeles   TBD
4   Pittsburgh   6:40 p.m.
5   Pittsburgh   6:40 p.m.
6   Pittsburgh   12:40 p.m.
7   Atlanta   6:40 p.m.
8   Atlanta   6:40 p.m.
9   Atlanta   5:10 p.m.
10   Atlanta   1:10 p.m.
12   at Colorado   6:05 p.m.
13   at Colorado   6:05 p.m.
14   at Colorado   12:05 p.m.
15   at Houston   5:05 p.m.
16   at Houston   4:05 p.m.
17   at Houston   11:05 p.m.
19   San Diego   6:40 p.m.
20   San Diego   6:40 p.m.
21   San Diego   6:40 p.m.
22   Florida   6:40 p.m.
23   Florida   5:10 p.m.
24   Florida   1:10 p.m.
25   at San Diego   7:05 p.m.
26   at San Diego   7:05 p.m.
27   at San Diego   12:35 p.m.
29   Los Angeles   6:40 p.m.
30   Los Angeles   5:10 p.m.
31   Los Angeles   1:10 p.m.

September

1   St. Louis   1:40 p.m.
2   St. Louis   6:40 p.m.
3   St. Louis   12:40 p.m.
5   at Los Angeles   7:40 p.m.
6   at Los Angeles   TBD
7   at Los Angeles   TBD
8   at San Francisco   7:15 p.m.
9   at San Francisco   7:15 p.m.
10   at San Francisco   12:35 p.m.
12   Cincinnati   6:40 p.m.
13   Cincinnati   5:10 p.m.
14   Cincinnati   1:10 p.m.
15   San Francisco   6:40 p.m.
16   San Francisco   6:40 p.m.
17   San Francisco   6:40 p.m.
18   San Francisco   6:40 p.m.
19   at Colorado   5:05 p.m.
20   at Colorado   5:05 p.m.
21   at Colorado   12:05 p.m.
22   at St. Louis   5:10 p.m.
23   at St. Louis   5:10 p.m.
24   at St. Louis   5:10 p.m.
25   at St. Louis   11:10 a.m.
26   Colorado   6:40 p.m.
27   Colorado   5:10 p.m.
28   Colorado   1:10 p.m.

*Schedule subject to change
*All times listed are Arizona times
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