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  • D-backs’ Hudson moves forward in recovery

    Arizona Diamondbacks hurler Daniel Hudson took an encouraging step in his recovery Tuesday when he threw off a mound for the first time since a right shoulder injury forced him onto the disabled list April 21. Manager Kirk Gibson said the team will wait to see how Hudson’s shoulder responds in the coming days before […]
  • Ransom, Roberts competing for time at 3B

    Ryan Roberts is one of the most popular members of the Arizona Diamondbacks and played a key role in the team’s 2011 National League West championship. Cody Ransom is a 36-year-old journeyman who has never had more than 79 at-bats in a season during his major league career, during which he’s played for five teams. […]
  • Larry Scott: Pac-12 supports four-team playoff

    There has been a lot of scuttlebutt from a lot of different people about the adoption of a playoff system to determine a national champion in college football. Last month, BCS spokesperson Bill Hancock said that any proposals for an eight-team or sixteen-team playoff would “diminish the regular season and harm the bowls.” So, any […]
  • Upton bounces around lineup in search of spark

    Kirk Gibson could not have expected the reaction he got after deciding to bat Justin Upton second in Monday night’s game. Upton, you know, has been the team’s number three hitter for the better part of the last year, so the idea of moving him up in the order was one much of the Valley […]
  • D-backs manager Gibson won’t overreact to mistakes

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have been far from perfect this season. At just 14-16 and losers of three straight, the team has had issues at the plate, in the field and, most surprisingly and likely most frustratingly, on the basepaths. Gerardo Parra fell victim to a pickoff move in a loss to the Mets in New […]
  • D-backs still have no timetable for Stephen Drew

    Stephen Drew took one more step towards his return. The Diamondbacks shortstop played five innings Tuesday of an extended spring training game against the Colorado Rockies at Salt River Fields. It’s the most innings he’s played thus far as he works his way back from a fractured right ankle last July. Drew—batting second each inning, […]
  • Game 5 celebration at Jobing.com Arena

    A sellout crowd of 17,182 watched the Phoenix Coyotes defeat the Nashville Predators 2-1 to win their Western Conference Semifinal series in five games. If you weren’t there, here’s a quick look at the celebratory atmosphere at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale Monday night. And yes, the horn got a workout. Follow @Vincemarotta
  • Confessions of a bandwagon Coyotes fan

    I went to three Phoenix Coyotes games during the 2011-12 regular season. I’ve been to six so far in the postseason. I plan on going to more. My name is Adam Green, and I’m a bandwagon fan. It’s not that I used to dislike the Coyotes, far from it. I would usually attend a few […]
  • Coyotes cap big day with ‘business-like’ win

    Business-like. It’s not an adjective that has been used historically when describing the Phoenix Coyotes. After all, before this postseason, the Coyotes had never won a playoff series, squandering opportunities in 1997 (up 3-2 on Anaheim, lost 4-3), 1999 (up 3-1 on St. Louis, lost 4-3) and 2010 (tied 3-3, lost 4-3). In the first […]
  • NHL, Coyotes announce tentative deal to sell team

    The Coyotes ownership saga looks like it finally is coming to an end. At a Monday press conference prior to Game 5 of the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs between the Phoenix Coyotes and Nashville Predators, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman announced that a deal had been struck to sell the team to former […]
  • Feely, Cardinals take bus trip to Coyotes game

    Arizona Cardinals kicker Jay Feely is offering his support to the Phoenix Coyotes, along with a large contingent of the Birdgang. Feely tweeted a picture of the Cardinals group before embarking on a bus trip to Glendale for the Coyotes series-clinching win against Nashville. Getting ready to leave for the Coyotes game. Cardinals supporting Yotes!!! […]
  • NBA analyst: Steve Nash likely to move on

    The speculation on Steve Nash’s future remains a hot button issue not only in Phoenix but also around the NBA. NBA.com’s Sam Smith weighed in with his thoughts surrounding Nash’s future. All indications in Phoenix are the Suns will make Steve Nash a limited offer and he’ll move on. It makes sense as the Suns […]
  • D-backs getting closer to health

    The east coast was not kind to the Arizona Diamondbacks. After taking three of four from the Miami Marlins, Arizona finished up 2-4 against the Washington National and New York Mets to settle for a 5-5 road trip. And while the club is glad to be home, there is even better news on the horizon […]
  • Coyotes will have to make do without Klesla

    NHL Senior Vice President of Player Safety Brendan Shanahan is no friend of the Phoenix Coyotes. Shanahan, who is in charge of doling out discipline for the NHL, suspended defenseman Rostislav Klesla for a boarding call on Matt Halischuck in Game 4 against Nashville. While the Coyotes are undoubtedly not pleased with the ruling, they […]
  • D-backs-Cardinals a telling series

    The defending world champion St. Louis Cardinals are in town and they didn’t just bring their World Series rings. The 2012 Cardinals arrive at Chase Field with the best run differential in all of baseball, a 17-11 record, a surprisingly-good pitching staff that has the second-best team ERA in the National League, and a scary-good […]