The Arizona Diamondbacks made noise last offseason, but it didn’t translate into wins. As such, the organization is making some changes.

The D-Backs began cleaning house Monday by firing general manager Dave Stewart and manager Chip Hale. It’s unclear whether the Snakes plan to retain¬†chief baseball officer Tony La Russa.

Stewart was hired as Arizona’s GM in September 2014. He made some splashy moves, including signing Zack Greinke to a six-year, $206.5 million contract and trading former No. 1 overall pick Dansby Swanson to the Atlanta Braves in a deal for pitcher Shelby Miller. But his boldness didn’t pay off, as the D-Backs finished this season in fourth place in the National League West with a 69-93 record.

Hale became the Diamondbacks’ manager before the 2015 season. It was his first managerial gig and the club went 148-176 under his guidance.

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