MLB Rumors: Diamondbacks Looking At 3 Strong Bats In Free Agent Market

The Arizona Diamondbacks are actively looking to enhance their roster by adding a right-handed hitter, possibly to platoon at the designated hitter position alongside recent left-handed acquisition Joc Pederson.

The team is open to various possibilities, including acquiring a right-handed hitting outfielder or someone who can step in as a full-time designated hitter.

Players like Randal Grichuk, Tommy Pham, and Adam Duvall could fit the profile the Diamondbacks are seeking based on their past performances and skill sets as right-handed hitters.

Last season, Grichuk slashed a healthy .267/.321/.459 line, with 16 home runs, 44 RBIs, two stolen bases, and 65 runs scored across 118 games played.

Duvall got off to red-hot start last season, before being hampered by injury, ending with a .247/.303/.531 triple-slash line, 21 home runs and 58 RBIs over 92 games played with the Boston Red Sox.

Pham was dealt to the Arizona Diamondbacks mid-season last year, and was a key piece for them in their World Series run, posting a .241/.304/.415 triple-slash line, with six home runs, 32 RBIs, 11 stolen bases, and 26 runs scored across 50 games.

It remains to be seen whether the organization makes another big move before the start of the season, as they look to pick up where they left off last season.
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