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  • D-backs drop opener to Padres after scratching out just one run Monday

    The Arizona Diamondbacks could only scratch one run across the plate against the San Diego Padres to start a 3-game series on Monday night.
  • Luke Weaver tosses fourth quality start in the month of May

    Luke Weaver tossed a quality start for the Diamondbacks on Monday. It was the sixth quality start for the fourth-year pitcher in 10 starts this season.
  • Patrick Peterson’s absence from voluntary OTAs not captain-like

    Patrick Peterson was not at the Arizona Cardinals' voluntary OTAs on Monday, a questionable decision by the captain after the news of his suspension.
  • On 1st day of OTAs, Cardinals’ Kingsbury tight-lipped about offense

    Getting the first-year head coach Kliff Kingsbury to talk about the Arizona Cardinals' offense was like pulling teeth on the first day of voluntary OTAs.
  • Cardinals support Patrick Peterson, other absent vets at voluntary OTAs

    Patrick Peterson, Larry Fitzgerald and David Johnson were absent from the opening day of voluntary Arizona Cardinals OTAs.
  • Reno Aces hit 10 home runs, Yasmany Tomas goes yard 4 times

    The Reno Aces hit a bunch of home runs today as all nine players in their lineup registered at least one RBI in a 25-8 win over Tacoma.
  • Cardinals’ Kirk on former college teammate Murray: ‘He’s just electric’

    Once looked at as the future of Texas A&M football, Kyler Murray and Christian Kirk are reunited four years later on the Arizona Cardinals.
  • A timeline of Zack Godley’s spot in the D-backs’ rotation

    Zack Godley was moved to the bullpen after struggling through six starts on the season. So what have the D-backs done with his spot since then?
  • ESPN: ASU QB Jayden Daniels a potential instant impact freshman

    ASU freshman QB Jayden Daniels could be one of the conference's most dynamic players from the jump and ESPN is keeping an eye on Daniels in Tempe.
  • Report: Diamondbacks, Padres agree to play series in Mexico City in 2020

    The Diamondbacks have reportedly agreed play the Padres in Mexico City next season, continuing a history of the D-backs playing games internationally.
  • Nike to drop Devin Booker ‘Moss Point’ Air Force 1 Low shoes

    Nike's Devin Booker Air Force 1 Low LV8 sneakers will be available at select retail chains on June 8, according to @J23app on Twitter.
  • Patrick Peterson leads Doug & Wolf’s 4 downs to start Cardinals OTAs

    Patrick Peterson's absence and the offense led by Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray rank among Doug & Wolf's top four stories heading into Cardinals OTAs.
  • D-backs Farm Rumblings: Kevin Cron can not be stopped

    PCL pitchers are likely losing sleep over the prospect of pitching to Reno behemoth Kevin Cron, and everything else going on in the D-backs' system.
  • Arizona Rattlers run wild, stay unbeaten in San Diego

    The Arizona Rattlers ran their IFL-best record to 10-0 with an easy 84-63 win over the San Diego Strike Force at Pechanga Arena Sunday.
  • Inefficient Ray, D-backs fall to Giants in extra innings in series finale

    Ray made it through just four innings -- his shortest start of the season -- and the D-backs' bullpen faltered late in a 3-2 loss.
  • Koepka survives Bethpage Black to win PGA Championship

    Brooks Koepka took his place in PGA Championship history with a victory, minus the style points, as he narrowly defeated Dustin Johnson.
  • D-backs 2B Wilmer Flores leaves game after getting hit by pitch

    Second baseman Wilmer Flores exited Sunday's game after being hit in the foot by a pitch. The injury was diagnosed as a right foot contusion.
  • Kliff Kingsbury’s offense may lead to resurgence of David Johnson

    Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson is looking to bounce back from last year's season and Kliff Kingsbury's offense may be the reason why.
  • Godley’s latest performance does nothing to solve D-backs’ rotation spot

    Zack Godley's 2019 struggles continued Saturday night against the San Francisco Giants, when he allowed 4 runs in 3.1 innings.
  • Phoenix Rising FC blow out Las Vegas, move up to 3rd in Western Conference

    Rising FC convincingly defeated Las Vegas Lights FC by a score of 4-0 on Saturday night in front of a ninth consecutive sellout at Casino Arizona Field.