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Tell Arizona Diamondbacks President/CEO Derrick Hall How Pissed You Are During a Live Chat at 2 p.m. Today

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Let's face it, any hopes of the Arizona Diamondbacks having a decent baseball season are long gone in the Valley.

This team isn't making the playoffs and some changes need to be made. The coaching change was a good start, but what else needs to be done?

Here's your chance to ask a man with plenty of power in the organization: Derrick Hall, the team's president and CEO.

Hall will be available on a live web chat at 2 p.m. today fielding questions from fans about issues on and off the field.

This isn't the first time Hall has conducted a chat like this, as this is the fourth one he'll have held since March. It's nice to see some fan interaction every once in awhile.

Hall's chat can be found here, but only fans who are registered through dbacks.com can participate in the chat.

Click here for registration info.

We want to know what questions you have for Hall, as there's bound to be no shortage of disgruntled fans with all of the losing that has gone on lately. Post them in the comments below.

We have a few ourselves:

- Although there are many, what do you think is the biggest glaring need on this team?

- Which players are being considered for the trade market?

- If the team doesn't start winning in the future, are you concerned about your own job?

- Will Mark Grace ever win the Legends Race?

- Is there any chance of bringing back the purple uniforms?

Let us know if you participate in the chat and if Hall answers your questions.

We just might join in ourselves and see what the man has to say.

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