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Posted by: Maricopa Lawyers on Apr 17, 2015

Opening day is upon us and our Arizona D-backs are primed to take the field for the regular season. A lot of the faces on the squad have changed, but we’ve kept some of the long-standing fan favorites. Here’s a look at some of the brightest smiles on the Diamondbacks roster for the 2015 season.

Cody Ross
A D-back since 2013, this outfielder is nicknamed “Toy Cannon” and “Ross the Boss.” On top of his big smile, he’s unique for being a right-handed batter and a left-handed thrower. Ross impressed the D-backs management during this year’s Cactus League play by hitting .333 with only one strikeout in 18 at bats.

Chase Anderson
Drafted by the Diamondbacks in 2009, this 6’1” pitcher was called up from the minor leagues last year, and posted a 4.01 ERA over 114 1/3 innings. On top of having pearly whites, Anderson was the among the best rookie pitchers in the National League last season and is expected to be a great asset on the mound this year.

Patrick Corbin
The left-handed pitcher, who entered the season as the team’s fifth starter in 2013, emerged as the staff ace. He posted a 14-8 record with a 3.41 ERA and was named a National League All-Star. Missing last year due to an elbow injury, Corbin remains a presence on his road to recovery. Although fresh from Tommy John surgery, Corbin still has a great smile as he returns to the bullpen to get ready for the 2015 season.

Robbie Ray
Another pitcher on the squad and among the better smilers, this is Ray’s first season with the Dbacks since joining the club last December.

Randall Delgado
Hailing from Panama, Delgado is yet another pitcher who joined the snakes in 2013, bringing his pearly whites with him. The 25-year-old is expected to be a key reliever through the 2015 season.

As you get ready for another action-packed baseball season, get out and cheer for the home team, and remember to brush and floss every day and see your dentist regularly.