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  • Liberatore’s competitiveness makes him top MLB draft prospect

    Liberatore, a left-handed pitcher, is the second-ranked prospect in the class of 2018, according to Perfect Game scouting service, and predicted by many to be the first high school player to be selected in Monday’s MLB Draft.
  • Could Aaron Holiday end up as Suns’ No. 16 pick in draft?

    With two older brothers already in the NBA, Aaron Holiday impresses at Suns predraft workouts as a possible future point guard.
  • How New Mexico State used Arizona pipeline to reach NCAA Tournament

    NMSU has built a baseball pipeline into Arizona that helped the school win the WAC tournament and secure an NCAA tournament berth
  • Suns see value in four-year college veterans in one-and-done era

    In the one-and-done era of the NBA draft, teams still find value late in the draft on college veterans. The Suns got an up-close look at a few possibilities.
  • Sean Miller, Arizona rebound from FBI investigation, controversial season

    Months removed from a controversial season and FBI investigation, Sean Miller and Arizona are looking forward to rebuilding this offseason
  • Chaparral football hopes new coach Barnes can bring back postseason success

    Chaparral football looks to chase state championships again with new coach Brent Barnes. Between 2007-11 Chaparral won three state championships.
  • Diamondbacks utility players offer Lovullo ‘invaluable’ flexibility

    For the Arizona Diamondbacks, manager Torey Lovullo leans on flexibility from players like Daniel Descalso and Chris Owings to fill multiple defensive roles throughout the season.
  • NCAA officials arrive in Phoenix looking at bid for possible Final Four

    NCAA officials are getting a first-hand look at Phoenix’s bid to host a future Final Four in 2024, 2025 or 2026.
  • Stankiewicz’s love of baseball became a family affair

    From a father to his children, the Stankiewicz’s love of baseball became a family affair.
  • ASU’s Kodi Justice, Shannon Evans hope to extend basketball careers, work out for Suns

    Phoenix Suns hosted ASU’s Kodi Justice and Shannon Evans II on Tuesday morning for pre-draft workouts. Both believe they can keep playing at a high level.
  • ‘We are staying the course’: ASU retains baseball coach Tracy Smith

    Ray Anderson says ASU will retain baseball coach Tracy Smith, praising his recruiting and culture while setting high expectations for 2019
  • As states legalize gambling, media must address coverage

    Many outlets have reported on the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision on bettors or future bettors and the gambling industry itself, but what is underreported is how this decision, and subsequent state legalization, will impact the creation and consumption of sports content.
  • Blocking shots remains important part of Brittney Griner’s game

    Brittney Griner led the WNBA in blocks in each of her first five seasons and isn’t just on pace to set the all-time record for the statistics. She’s going to squash it like a bug on a windshield.
  • GCU’s wait for NCAA Tournament bid continues after conference loss

    GCU baseball suffered an early exit in its first-ever WAC Tournament, bowing out in two games to bring another promising season to an end.
  • How would a Suns’ backcourt of Devin Booker, Luka Doncic operate?

    The Deandre Ayton vs. Luka Doncic debate is engulfing the basketball world.