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  • Do we really need to know Wonderlic scores?

    Question: A boy is 17 years old and his sister is twice as old. When the boy is 23 years old, what will be the age of his sister? Answer: 40. Does that qualify me to play in the NFL? Morris Claiborne is a terrific football player. The 22-year-old cornerback from LSU was a consensus […]
  • D-backs manager Gibson: ‘Reality of it is nobody knows’

    The Arizona Diamondbacks won 94 games and the NL West last season. Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson won the 2011 NL Manager of the Year award. And you know what? None of it matters now. “The reality of it is nobody knows who’s going to win, that’s why we play every year,” Gibson told Arizona Sports […]
  • Wildcats ranked 12th in way-too-soon top 25

    It’s never too early for a top-25, right? Well, ESPN’s Andy Katz is putting that theory to the test, as he released his list shortly after Kentucky was crowned the 2012 NCAA Tournament champion. And while Kentucky’s Wildcats are ranked fourth, it’s Arizona’s version who may be a bit of a surprise to some, since […]
  • Nike unveils new Cardinals uniforms; no changes

    In Brooklyn, New York Tuesday morning, Nike unveiled their newly designed Elite 51 uniforms for the National Football League. Given Nike’s reputation for outlandishly outfitting several college teams, many fans thought that spelled sweeping aesthetic changes for the much more buttoned-down look of NFL franchises. But, no major changes occurred (except for the Seattle Seahawks…eesh), […]
  • Jules Tompkins wins Arizona Sports’ Big League Dream Job

    Sports fans, at one point in their lives have probably thought to themselves how great it would be to cover a team over the course of a season. Arizona Sports 620 has granted this rare opportunity. Before spring training began, we put out the call for hungry and talented writers who were just looking to […]
  • Off the Ice: Handing out the Howlers

    The Phoenix Coyotes season is coming to a close and the team has already given out their awards. There weren’t a lot of surprises — Mike Smith was the MVP, Shane Doan was the hardest working player as voted by fans, Ray Whitney got the most points and Jason LaBarbera was the best guy in […]
  • Gibson happy with Chris Young’s approach for 2012

    Diamondbacks center fielder Chris Young capped off his spring season at Salt River Fields with a home run on Monday against the Cubs and he also put a home run on the board Sunday against the Dodgers. “It felt good,” said Young. “Spring has been a lot of fun this year but it’s time to […]
  • Arizona Sports Face-Off: 2012 Diamondbacks win total

    The Arizona Diamondbacks surprised all of baseball last season by winning 94 games and the NL West. Can they do better this season? That’s the topic of this week’s Arizona Sports Face Off. Vince Marotta: Yes Adam Green: No
  • Face Off – Will the Arizona Diamondbacks surpass last year’s win total of 94?

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  • Corbin’s finale doesn’t diminish outstanding spring

    Of the Diamondbacks’ top pitching prospects, Patrick Corbin entered spring training ranking behind both Trevor Bauer and Tyler Skaggs. Yet, as the team prepares to enter the regular season, Corbin is the one with a chance to make the major league roster. The 22-year-old left-hander wrapped up his spring campaign Monday with what was by […]
  • Suns’ playoff push is underway

    If you are to believe head coach Alvin Gentry, then the Suns are 1-0 in what is a 15-game sprint to the finish line — otherwise referred to as the NBA Playoffs. “For us, this is our first playoff game,” he said following his team’s win against New Orleans Sunday night. “[Now] we get on […]
  • D-backs’ Gibson updates Drew’s status

    It’s been 257 days since Diamondbacks’ shortstop Stephen Drew broke his right ankle sliding into home plate in a 5- 2 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. For as gruesome an injury as it was, hope had been that Drew would be sufficiently healed to start the season with the D-backs. Although the former first-round draft […]
  • ESPN Insider: Cardinals struggling in free agency

    The Arizona Cardinals went into the offseason with some holes to fill. A month into the process, not much has changed. While the Cardinals did a good job of retaining their own guys, save Richard Marshall who left for Miami, there are some who doubt adding William Gay and Adam Snyder to a group that […]
  • Not everyone is a believer in D-backs’ rotation

    With the beginning of the 2012 Major League Baseball season just days away, expect to be inundated with preview and predictions pieces from various media outlets. And yes, if you were wondering, will roll out its boffo season predictions article Friday morning. USA Today’s National League West preview piece hit the world wide web […]
  • Cardinals to take a look at AZ college players

    The Arizona Cardinals are considering drafting local collegiate talent in the upcoming NFL Draft. According to ProFootballTalk, several players have scheduled either private workouts and/or visits to the Cardinals facility leading up to the draft. Two of them are local products: ASU cornerback Omar Bolden and Arizona wide receiver Juron Criner. Bolden, who missed the […]