Report: D-Backs extend GM Hazen through 2028

Report: D-Backs extend GM Hazen through 2028

The Arizona Diamondbacks signed general manager Mike Hazen to a contract extension through 2028 with a club option for an additional year, sources told The Arizona Republic’s Nick Piecoro.

Hazen’s new five-year deal replaces his current one, which had him signed through next year with a club option for 2025.

The Diamondbacks are in the midst of a turnaround campaign and are playing in the postseason after winning 84 games. They lost 100 contests in 2021.

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