In addition, top executives like team president/CEO Derrick Hall and chief baseball officer Tony La Russa will make the trip along with manager Chip Hale.
"It'll be fun," Hale said. "We're excited. It's a fun trip. We'll get down there and it'll be a packed house. It's a good thing for baseball."
The D-backs have put making a footprint in Mexico and playing exhibition games in Hermosillo an organizational priority since the inaugural 1998 season.
"I played winter ball for two years, and it is going to be a party atmosphere," Hale said of what the team can expect Sunday. "They have fun and they enjoy baseball and they know what's going on."
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