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D-backs announce 2014 Opening Day roster

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PHOENIX - The Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) announced their Opening Day, 25-man roster with a number of roster moves, according to D-backs' Executive Vice President and General Manager Kevin Towers. The D-backs open the 2014 regular season on Monday vs. the San Francisco Giants at 6:40 p.m.

Optioned to Triple-A Reno

SS Didi Gregorius
RHP Bo Schultz

Selected to the 40-Man Roster

RHP Daniel Hudson (subsequently placed on 15-day disabled list)
LHP Ryan Rowland-Smith

Placed on the 15-day Disabled List

LHP Patrick Corbin (torn left ulnar collateral ligament, retroactive to March 19)
RHP David Hernandez (right ulnar collateral ligament injury, retroactive to March 26)
RHP Daniel Hudson (torn right ulnar collateral ligament injury)

The Opening Day roster includes 13 pitchers, 2 catchers, 6 infielders and 4 outfielders:

Pitchers (13): Bronson Arroyo, Trevor Cahill, Josh Collmenter, Randall Delgado, Will Harris, Brandon McCarthy, Wade Miley, Oliver Perez, J.J. Putz, Addison Reed, Ryan Rowland-Smith, Joe Thatcher and Brad Ziegler.

Catchers (2): Tuffy Gosewisch and Miguel Montero.

Infielders (6): Eric Chavez, Paul Goldschmidt, Aaron Hill, Chris Owings, Cliff Pennington and Martin Prado.

Outfielders (4): Tony Campana, Gerardo Parra, A.J. Pollock and Mark Trumbo.

15-Day Disabled list (5):

LHP Patrick Corbin (torn left ulnar collateral ligament, retroactive to March 19).
RHP David Hernandez (right ulnar collateral ligament injury, retroactive to March 27).
RHP Daniel Hudson (torn right ulnar collateral ligament).
LHP Matt Reynolds (Tommy John surgery, retroactive to March 19).
OF Cody Ross (dislocated right hip, retroactive to March 19).

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