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  • Valley teams to clash in U.S. Open Cup for right to face Phoenix Rising

    FC Arizona, Sporting AZ will meet in soccer's U.S. Open Cup on May 9. The winner will have the opportunity to play Phoenix Rising.
  • Swinging for the fences: Chandler bat company finds its way to majors

    Chandler company Zinger Bats finds its way to youth sports and Major League Baseball, including with some Arizona Diamondbacks.
  • Cardinals’ Keim looking for perfect fit, could trade up for quarterback

    The Cardinals need to add depth to the quarterback position. Odds are good they will select one in the upcoming NFL Draft.
  • Check please: Phoenix Children’s Hospital grateful for $250,000 from Arizona Coyotes Foundation

    Members of the Arizona Coyotes Foundation paid a visit to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, bringing along a large check of $250,000.
  • Arizona State lineman Cohl Cabral adjusting to new position

    Mostly slated at tackle in 2017, Cabral started just one game at center last year. In 2018, he'll be transitioning to the middle position full-time.
  • What has Diamondbacks’ Taijuan Walker so happy? Gotta be the shoes

    Diamondbacks' Taijuan Walker thrilled to endorse Jordan Brand shoes. The pitcher has been a longtime fan of Michael Jordan.
  • “I’m done with not making the playoffs”: Devin Booker looking for future success with team

    Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker, general manager Ryan McDonough and coach Jay Triano reflect on a disappointing season and look to the future.
  • ‘If anything gets messed up, it’s my fault’: ASU’s Wilson takes job seriously

    As a freshman, senior linebacker Jay Jay Wilson used special teams to carve out a role when he had no other. Now, he's a leader on a unit hoping to make strides this season.
  • Rush Sam Bradford? No way, new Cardinals coach Steve Wilks says

    Steve Wilks has never been a head coach in the NFL. Now he's up and running deep into the Arizona Cardinals' offseason.
  • Salas, De La Rosa first pair of Mexican teammates on D-backs since 2004

    Arizona Diamondbacks relievers Fernando Salas and Jorge De La Rosa represent the franchise's first pair of Mexican teammates since 2004.
  • Offseason will take Coyotes players around the world

    With the regular season at an end, the Arizona Coyotes players will finally have some time to relax. What will the players do with their time off?
  • Playing through: Veterans find relief from PTSD on golf course

    Dave Delano suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and is deemed unemployable. After battling PTSD on his own, he uses golf and the Veteran Golfers Association as a release and an outlet.
  • Young Coyotes players address grind of NHL season

    The Arizona Coyotes are one of the youngest teams in the NHL. How do the young players handle the league and the grind of the regular season?
  • Looking to the future, Coyotes sign Antti Raanta to three-year extension

    The Arizona Coyotes reinforced the idea of keeping a core group of players together Friday when the organization announced the signing of goaltender Antti Raanta to a three-year contract extension.
  • Cardinals’ Johnson healthy, believes ‘I’m going to be a lot better’ than before

    David Johnson has been anxiously waiting to return to work since he dislocated his wrist against the Detroit Lions in the first game of the 2017 season.