​With the Arizona Diamondbacks beginning a ​tear-down and rebuild, they haven't been that active in free agency, other than signing former Mets infielder and cult hero ​Wilmer Flores


With nothing to play for, it makes sense for the team to take chances on players trying to make a comeback to the majors. The D-Backs' latest signing, former Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Travis Snider, will try to get back to the majors for the first time since 2015.   

​​Snider hit .232 for the Baltimore Orioles and Pirates during the 2015 season, appearing in 87 games. He spent the 2016 season in the Kansas City Royals' minor league system, hitting just .245, and 2017 in the minors for the Texas Rangers and New York Mets, hitting .296. 

​​Snider spent 2018 playing for the Long Island Ducks in the Independent League. With them, he hit 13 homers with 71 RBI, posting a .290/.374/.463 slash line. Evidently, he showed enough talent to warrant a minor league deal.


Throughout his time in the bigs, Snider generally put up effective ABs and hit for moderate power. Arizona's air could be go