Arizona Diamondbacks Postseason History

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Franchise Overview

27 7 1
Seasons Made Playoffs Championships

Past 10 Seasons (2015 - 2024)

47.4% 2 4 0
Winning Percentage Made Playoffs Playoff Series Wins Championships

Championship Years

2001

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Arizona Diamondbacks Postseason Results

Year Record Result
2024 25-28 Season Ongoing
2023 84-78 Lost World Series (Won 3 Rounds)
2022 74-88 Missed Playoffs
2021 52-110 Missed Playoffs
2020 25-35 Missed Playoffs
2019 85-77 Missed Playoffs
2018 82-80 Missed Playoffs
2017 93-69 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 1 Round)
2016 69-93 Missed Playoffs
2015 79-83 Missed Playoffs
2014 64-98 Missed Playoffs
2013 81-81 Missed Playoffs
2012 81-81 Missed Playoffs
2011 94-68 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2010 65-97 Missed Playoffs
2009 70-92 Missed Playoffs
2008 82-80 Missed Playoffs
2007 90-72 Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)
2006 76-86 Missed Playoffs
2005 77-85 Missed Playoffs
2004 51-111 Missed Playoffs
2003 84-78 Missed Playoffs
2002 98-64 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2001 92-70 Won World Series
2000 85-77 Missed Playoffs
1999 100-62 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1998 65-97 Missed Playoffs

Arizona Diamondbacks History

Overview

The Arizona Diamondbacks have played a total of 27 seasons. Their first season was in 1998, and their most recent season was in 2024.

Have the Arizona Diamondbacks gone by any other names?

No, the Arizona Diamondbacks have been known by that name since 1998.

What division do the Arizona Diamondbacks play in?

The Arizona Diamondbacks currently play in the West Division of the National League, aka the NL West.

What was the best start to a Diamondbacks season?

The best start to a Diamondbacks season was the 2012 Arizona Diamondbacks, who started the season 4-0. The second best start to a season was the 2000 Arizona Diamondbacks, who started the season going 3-0. The third best starts to a Diamondbacks season was the 2001 Arizona Diamondbacks, the 2002 Arizona Diamondbacks, the 2018 Arizona Diamondbacks and the 2024 Arizona Diamondbacks, who all started the season at 2-0.

What was the worst start to a Diamondbacks season?

The worst start to a Diamondbacks season was the 1998 Arizona Diamondbacks, who started the season at 0-5. The second worst start to a season was the 1999 Arizona Diamondbacks, who started the season with 4 losses. The third worst starts to a Diamondbacks season was the 2014 Arizona Diamondbacks and the 2021 Arizona Diamondbacks, who both started the season at 0-3.

When was the last time the Diamondbacks were in the playoffs?

The Arizona Diamondbacks last made the playoffs in 2023, when they lost the World Series. They've been in the playoffs a total of 7 times in their 27 seasons.

When was the last time the Diamondbacks missed the playoffs?

The Arizona Diamondbacks last missed the playoffs in 2022.

When was the last time the Diamondbacks won a playoff series?

In 2023, the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Philadelphia Phillies in the NL Championship Series.

When was the last time the Diamondbacks lost a playoff series?

In 2023, the Arizona Diamondbacks lost to the Texas Rangers in the World Series.

What years did the Diamondbacks make the World Series?

The Arizona Diamondbacks have appeared in the World Series 2 times, in 2001 and 2023.

How many World Series have the Diamondbacks won?

The Arizona Diamondbacks won the World Series once, in 2001.

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