Catchers and pitchers who tended to start together for the Arizona Diamondbacks

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YearGamesPitcher (starts)As batteryCatcher (starts)
1999162Omar Daal (32)
25
Kelly Stinnett (79)
1999162Randy Johnson (35)
29
Damian Miller (78)
2001162Randy Johnson (34)
30
Damian Miller (111)
2001162Curt Schilling (35)
32
Damian Miller (111)
2002162Miguel Batista (29)
27
Rod Barajas (41)
2002162Randy Johnson (35)
15
Chad Moeller (31)
2002162Curt Schilling (35)
30
Damian Miller (90)
2003162Miguel Batista (29)
20
Rod Barajas (65)
2003162Curt Schilling (24)
19
Rod Barajas (65)
2003162Brandon Webb (28)
12
Robby Hammock (28)
2005162Shawn Estes (21)
9
Koyie Hill (23)
2005162Claudio Vargas (19)
13
Kelly Stinnett (34)
2005162Brandon Webb (33)
30
Chris Snyder (105)
2007162Doug Davis (33)
28
Chris Snyder (103)
2007162Livan Hernandez (33)
32
Miguel Montero (57)
2007162Brandon Webb (34)
34
Chris Snyder (103)
2008162Randy Johnson (30)
20
Miguel Montero (45)
2008162Brandon Webb (34)
31
Chris Snyder (106)

Includes all games played 1998-2010.
Selected according to the formula (M - P * C / T) >= 6, where T = team games, P = games started by the pitcher, C = games started by the catcher, and M = mutual starts by the pitcher and catcher. In essence, any battery which started together 6 more times than would have been expected if their individual starts had been distributed randomly is considered to include a personal catcher.
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