|Apr. 15 9:01 PM PT10:01 PM MT11:01 PM CT12:01 AM ET0:01 ET4:01 GMT12:01 CST9:01 PM MST11:01 PM EST11:31 PM VEN8:01 UAE11:01 PM CT-Hill is expected to miss from four to six weeks because of a broken left hand.
Analysis: The Diamondbacks put Hill on the 15-day disabled list before Tuesday night's game against the New York Yankees. Infielder Didi Gregorius came off the DL to take Hill's place.
|Apr. 7 3:41 PM PT4:41 PM MT5:41 PM CT6:41 PM ET18:41 ET22:41 GMT6:41 CST3:41 PM MST5:41 PM EST6:11 PM VEN2:41 UAE (+1)5:41 PM CT-Hill went 2 for 5 with his first homer in a 9-2 win over Milwaukee on Saturday.
Analysis: Hill went 7 for 23 over his first five games for the Diamondbacks.
|Feb. 8 10:14 AM PT11:14 AM MT12:14 PM CT1:14 PM ET13:14 ET18:14 GMT2:14 CST11:14 AM MST1:14 PM EST1:44 PM VEN22:14 UAE12:14 PM CT-The Arizona Diamondbacks and Aaron Hill have reached a deal that will keep him under contract through the 2016 season. The deal adds three years and $35 million to his existing deal, which pays him $5.5 million this year. He will be paid $11 million in 2014 and $12 million in each of the following two seasons.
Analysis: The 30-year-old infielder hit .302 with 26 home runs and 85 RBIs last season, earning him the first Silver Slugger award for a Diamondbacks infielder. He came to Arizona as part of a trade with Toronto in August 2011 and was a big part of the team's stretch run that won the NL West title that year. He signed a two-year, $11 million contract following the 2011 season and was set to earn $5.5 million this year.