With the last drop of Gatorade still fresh on pinch hitter Phil Gosselin’s jersey from the celebration of a walk-off victory, the attention went from watching the players leave the field for the last time in the 2016 season to anticipating what the Diamondbacks first move of the off-season would be.

The team did not waste any time. In a post-game interview Arizona Diamondbacks CEO Derrick Hall began fielding questions of when the future of General Manager Dave Stewart, Manager Chip Hale, and Chief Baseball Officer Tony LaRussa would be decided. For Stewart his contract ended during the season but the team had chosen to wait until after play concluded before announcing their decision.


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