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  • Schefter: Cardinals in ‘final four’ for Manning

    It’s March, so the term “Final Four” will be thrown around a lot in basketball circles. But how about football circles? With Future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning getting released by the Indianapolis Colts Wednesday, speculation is widespread on the teams that may be interested in acquiring his services. ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter […]
  • Manning to AZ? Dockett says ‘yes’

    The Peyton Manning to (fill in the blank) rumors have been out there for quite some time. But Tuesday, they got kicked into high gear when news broke that the Indianapolis Colts would indeed cut the four-time MVP instead of paying his astronomical $28 million roster bonus. Manning missed the 2011 season after undergoing four […]
  • Gibson not panicking, focusing on the positives

    The Diamondbacks struggled mightily in a 16-3 loss to the Texas Rangers at Salt River Fields Tuesday, but manager Kirk Gibson isn’t panicking. “It’s all positive; I mean results aren’t what you want to do,” Gibson said. “You’d like to win but we’ll just take the information in and focus on the execution. We mis-executed […]
  • Saunders pleased with first spring start

    Back in December, when Joe Saunders was non-tendered by the Arizona Diamondbacks and became a free agent, few (including Saunders himself) thought that the veteran would be in camp with Arizona. But in a surprising move, the D-backs signed Saunders to a one-year deal in January, and he was on the hill for Arizona for […]
  • Suns face ‘challenge’ of Oklahoma City, Dallas

    The Oklahoma City Thunder are the Western Conference’s number-one team with the league’s best home record. The Dallas Mavericks are the defending NBA champions. The Suns will see both over the next 48 hours. “It’s going to be a challenge,” said head coach Alvin Gentry of having two games in two days against two of […]
  • Ball control, shot accuracy are keys against Stanford

    In Arizona State’s win over Arizona on Sunday, the Sun Devils’ main attribution to the win was a goal they’ve been trying to attain all season long: lowering the turnover rate. ASU lost the ball only 10 times in 40 minutes but have an average of 16 per game. “We’ve been talking about it all […]
  • ESPN: Colts to release Peyton Manning Wednesday

    The suitors for Peyton Manning can start lining up for their shot at landing arguably the best quarterback in the NFL. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reporting the Colts will release Peyton Manning Wednesday, effectively ending his 14-year career with the team. The announcement is expected to come at a press conference in Indianapolis. It’s not […]
  • Gibson not concerned with Collmenter’s delivery

    Josh Collmenter’s unorthodox delivery has raised eyebrows over whether or not he can sustain success at the Major League level. The 26-year-old right-hander, who went 10-10 with a 3.38 ERA in 24 starts last season, isn’t shattering radar guns with his over-the-top motion and unusual arm angle and has often teetered between the minors and […]
  • Competition in rotation could benefit D-backs

    The hype surrounding Trevor Bauer became magnified after the great success he enjoyed in his first Spring Training start for the Diamondbacks. Bauer was dominant, retiring all six batters he faced and throwing 14 of his 21 pitches for strikes. Despite only having 25.2 innings of pro ball and two Cactus League innings under his […]
  • Jerry Colangelo on Pat’s Personal Portraits

    Pat McMahon chats with Jerry Colangleo and talks real estate, the USA Men’s Basketball team, and what it was like when he first arrived in Phoenix. Follow @AZSports
  • D-backs’ Trevor Bauer has a big fan at ESPN

    Sure he’s only thrown a total of 25.2 innings of pro baseball and 2 innings in the Cactus League, but already Trevor Bauer is making people believers. The reigning Golden Spikes Award winner and 3rd overall pick by the Arizona Diamondbacks in last summer’s First- Year Player Draft has a big fan in ESPN baseball […]
  • Three of MLB’s rising stars drawing comparisons

    The 2005 Major League Baseball draft class produced three of the game’s rising stars. The Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen, the Reds’ Jay Bruce and the Diamondbacks’ Justin Upton have already left an indelible mark on baseball for their small to mid-market teams and now all three players have cashed in on their early success. McCutchen inked […]
  • Daniel Hudson ‘felt fine’ despite results

    The early part of spring training is all about players working kinks out and playing their way back into shape. So if you get roughed up a little bit in your Cactus League debut, so be it. That was certainly the case with Arizona Diamondbacks right hander Daniel Hudson who toed the rubber in a […]
  • Five Arizona Wildcats earn Pac-12 Honors

    The Arizona Wildcats’ regular season may have ended on a bitter note, losing to rival Arizona State, 87-80. But Monday proved to be sweeter for the Cats, after five players earned Pac-12 postseason honors. Guard Kyle Fogg and forward Solomon Hill were first-team all-conference selections and guard Nick Johnson garnered all-freshman recognition. Forward Jesse Perry […]
  • Channing Frye becoming a better rebounder

    The Suns need Channing Frye to shoot the ball. And shoot it well. He hasn’t the last two games yet the Suns still found a way to win. Against the Clippers Friday, Frye missed his first 11 shots and finished 2-for-18. He then missed nine of his 12 attempts against the Kings Sunday. In each […]