Arizona Diamondbacks

From the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum’s collection containing tens of thousands of artifacts, our curators have created each team’s Starting Nine by hand-picking nine must-see pieces for each of the 30 MLB teams. This limited-time list is the perfect introduction to the Museum for every Arizona Diamondbacks fan.

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Paul Goldschmidt: 2015 Season Jersey

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Paul Goldschmidt wore this Diamondbacks jersey in 2015 when he led Arizona with 33 homers, 110 RBI, and a .321 batting average. The first baseman earned his second Silver Slugger and Gold Glove Awards for his offensive and defensive work.

Luis Gonzalez: 2001 World Series-Winning Bat

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With bases loaded in the ninth inning of Game 7 of the 2001 World Series, Luis Gonzalez used this bat to drive in the Series-ending run. In a later interview, Gonzalez said his walk-off hit to win the Championship was "a childhood dream come true."

Aaron Hill: Cycle Shoes

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Diamondbacks second baseman Aaron Hill wore these shoes on June 18, 2012, as he hit a single, double, triple, and home run in the same game. Nine games later, he hit for the cycle again to become the first Arizona player to accomplish the feat twice in the same season.

Edwin Jackson: No-Hitter Cap

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On June 25, 2010, Edwin Jackson wore this Diamondbacks cap as he no-hit the Tampa Bay Rays, 1-0. The hurler's 149-pitch effort was the second no-hitter in Arizona's franchise history, coming six years after Randy Johnson threw a perfect game in 2004.

Randy Johnson: 20-Strikeout Game Ball

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This ball comes from the game of May 8, 2001, when Randy Johnson recorded 20 strikeouts against the Cincinnati Reds. The Arizona southpaw threw 124 pitches over nine innings before leaving the game with the score tied 1-1. His Diamondbacks teammates battled through two more innings before winning the game, 4-3.

J.D. Martinez: Four Home Run Bat

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Arizona's J.D. Martinez used this bat on September 4, 2017, to become the 18th major leaguer to hit four home runs in a game. Each of Martinez's homers came off of a different pitcher as he helped the Diamondbacks beat the Dodgers, 13-0.

Wade Miley: First Pitch in Sydney

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Toeing the new pitching rubber at the Sydney Cricket Grounds, Arizona hurler Wade Miley wore these shoes on March 22, 2014, as he threw the first regular-season major league pitch in Australia.

Curt Schilling: 2001 World Series Cap

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During the 2001 World Series, Arizona's Curt Schilling wore this cap which he inscribed to honor those who lost their lives on 9/11. With 26 strikeouts and a 1.69 ERA over three starts, Schilling earned Series co-MVP honors along with fellow Diamondbacks hurler Randy Johnson.

Diamondbacks 2001 World Series Ring

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Emblazoned with Arizona's logo, this ring celebrates the club's 2001 World Series title. After edging out the Cardinals in the NLDS and the Braves in the NLCS, the Diamondbacks defeated the Yankees in seven games to bring home the franchise's first World Championship.

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