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  • All-Access with Cole Toner — Aug. 9: Getting ready for the Raiders

    All during training camp, Cardinals offensive lineman Cole Toner will join Doug and Wolf every morning on 98.7 FM, Arizona's Sports Station.
  • D-backs’ Zack Godley remains consistent through season of uncertainty

    Zack Godley has been up and down more than a few times in his baseball career, but he's become a valued member of the D-backs' rotation.
  • All-Access with Cole Toner – July 24: Getting comfortable and ‘extra intensity’

    All during training camp, Cardinals offensive lineman Cole Toner will join Doug and Wolf every morning on 98.7 FM, Arizona's Sports Station.
  • D-backs’ Corbin and Lamb could be key as team enters tough stretch

    Doug Franz: If Jake Lamb and Patrick Corbin continue to trend upwards, the Arizona Diamondbacks are in the playoffs.
  • Arians: David Johnson as focal point will help Cardinals WRs

    Bruce Arians still makes the offensive play calls and with his no risk-it, no biscuit reputation of taking shots to get the ball down the field.
  • USA Today’s Nightengale: D-backs ‘in the lead’ for Tigers OF J.D. Martinez

    USA Today's Bob Nightengale believes the Arizona Diamondbacks could land Tigers OF J.D. Martinez for a relatively inexpensive price.
  • John Clayton: This is last season of Cardinals’ SB window

    The Arizona Cardinals will begin training camp in a couple of weeks, and unlike last season, they do not really do so with Super Bowl expectations.
  • Rattlers get rematch with Sioux Falls with title on the line

    The Arizona Rattlers opened up their inaugural season in the IFL with a loss to Sioux Falls, who is the team they will face Saturday for the championship.
  • For Gump Hayes, getting on the field is what’s most important

    Gump Hayes filled a variety of roles with the Arizona State Sun Devils, beginning his career as a running back before transitioning to cornerback.
  • ESPN’s Shelburne: Griffin could leave LA if they don’t offer him max

    The Clippers can offer Griffin roughly $175 million, while the most the Suns or any other club can present is a four-year deal for $130 million.
  • D-backs manager: Lack of recognition for Paul Goldschmidt is frustrating

    Virtually from the moment he made his Major League debut on Aug. 1, 2011, Paul Goldschmidt has been an Arizona treasure.
  • Diamondbacks GM Hazen: We certainly believe in what we’re doing

    The more the Arizona Diamondbacks win, the higher the expectations for the team are raised.
  • Chayka: Coyotes turned negatives from past 10 days into positives

    The last 10 days for the Arizona Coyotes have been a whirlwind. Imagine the weight of the workload on general manager John Chayka.
  • Cardinals rookie Ford playing more safety, but good with CB too

    Rudy Ford played safety in college, but when the Cardinals chose him in the sixth round of the draft, they said the plan was for him to be a cornerback.
  • Suns GM McDonough denies report of split decision at 4, calls it ‘unanimous’

    If there's one thing the Phoenix Suns' draft didn't lack Thursday, it was their name being mentioned by various national reporters.