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  • In Vegas, ASU goes all-in for shot at NCAA Tournament

    Arizona State isn't in anyone's NCAA Tournament projections but they have a chance to make it to the Big Dance if they can win the Pac-12 Tournament in Las Vegas.
  • Sun Devils hope to keep dream alive in Pac-12 Tournament

    The Arizona State men's basketball team looks to keep their dreams of making March Madness alive at the Pac-12 Tournament in Las Vegas.
  • Beard-growing a group effort in Diamondbacks clubhouse

    Beard-growing is the latest fad in the Arizona Diamondbacks clubhouse, an effort led by pitcher Archie Bradley.
  • Shazam! Suns’ Al McCoy is headed to Ring of Honor

    The Suns are known for their orange and purple color scheme, a Gorilla mascot, Hall of Fame players and the voice of broadcaster Al McCoy.
  • The Hotel Bradley is a place to unwind for Diamondbacks

    Teammates are always welcome at Archie Bradley's extended-stay house in Scottsdale, where the Diamondbacks escape to unwind.
  • Fernando Rodney still slinging baseballs and arrows for Diamondbacks

    SCOTTSDALE – Arizona Diamondbacks’ pitcher Fernando Rodney eats healthy, preferring rice, beans, plantains and seafood to junk. He avoids soft drinks, instead he drinks water. “No ice cream, no pizza, no Coca-Cola,” he said. “I got to keep my stomach in good shape.” His dietary discipline has paid off. Rodney celebrates his 40th birthday in […]
  • D-backs’ De La Rosa counting on stem-cell therapy to avoid second Tommy John

    With his career possibly at stake, Diamondbacks pitcher Rubby De La Rosa decided to forgo a second Tommy John surgery and try stem-cell therapy.
  • Diamondbacks unveil renovated Ability360 aquatics center

    PHOENIX — The Arizona Diamondbacks have made a splash, unveiling a renovated aquatics center for the disabled and able-bodied at the Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center. The pool, located at 5031 E. Washington Street, was funded by Diamondbacks owner Ken Kendrick’s $100,000 Grand Slam Award through the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation. Phil Pangrazio, president and CEO […]
  • Arizona-raised players living their dream as Diamondbacks

    Some Arizona-raised players are living their baseball dream with the Diamondbacks organization.
  • Walker working way back after October surgery

    Arizona Diamondbacks' Taijuan Walker is fully healthy and ready for the season after surgery in October.
  • P.J. Tucker emotional on way out of Phoenix

    There haven’t been many bright spots for the Suns during a six-year playoff drought that will reach seven this season, but P.J. Tucker was one of them.
  • Tour Cactus League spring training stadiums

    For the 70th time, MLB teams have assembled in Arizona for Cactus League spring training. Fifteen teams now call the desert home as they prepare for the regular season. Get an overview of the stadiums including important fan information like location and pricing.
  • Exhibition with D-backs a valuable opportunity for GCU

    Grand Canyon University baseball's scrimmage against the Arizona Diamondbacks provided a taste of major league life.
  • With 6 catchers in spring training, Diamondbacks have a lot of options

    With six catchers in camp, the Arizona Diamondbacks have a lot of roles that have to be determined during spring training.
  • FanFest indicates wait-and-see attitude toward Diamondbacks in 2017

    Monday’s Diamondbacks FanFest at Salt River Fields gave fans an opportunity to interact with players and get acquainted with this year’s team.