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  • D-backs’ Robbie Ray allows two runs in 2.1 innings in first rehab start

    Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Robbie Ray allowed two runs, five hits and struck out five in his first rehab start for Visalia Rawhide on Thursday.
  • Coyotes trade Kyle Wood to Sharks, acquire Adam Helewka

    The Arizona Coyotes traded for Sharks forward Adam Helewka, who scored 9-29-38 in 63 games with the Barracuda (AHL) last season.
  • Two Diamondbacks among those receiving toughest called third strikes

    Two Diamondbacks are among the players called out for borderline strikes the most since 2015. But is it actually a side effect of good plate discipline?
  • Diamondbacks RHP Shelby Miller back to Single-A Visalia for next rehab start

    Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Shelby Miller made his most recent rehab start with Double-A Jackson on Sunday, but gave up eight runs in three innings.
  • Diamondbacks’ bullpen making a case to be seen as the best in baseball

    Despite not racking up huge strikeout totals like other bullpens around MLB, the Arizona Diamondbacks’ bullpen boasts the best ERA in the league.
  • Arizona Coyotes trade Sislo, Hickey to Sabres for Hudson Fasching

    The Arizona Coyotes announced Thursday the trade of forward Mike Sislo and defenseman Brandon Hickey to the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for forward Hudson Facshing.
  • Arizona Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks: We got better this offseason

    Arizona Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks has high expectations for defensive end Chandler Jones - maybe even greater than Pro Bowl aspirations.
  • Cardinals sign punter Andy Lee to two-year contract extension

    The Arizona Cardinals have signed punter Andy Lee to a two-year contract extension, the team announced Thursday.
  • D-backs reinstate Jorge De La Rosa from DL, option Silvino Bracho

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have reinstated reliever Jorge De La Rosa from the 10-day disabled list, the team announced Thursday. 
  • ESPN: D-backs utility man Daniel Descalso is team’s unsung hero

    D-backs utility player Daniel Descalso was named the D-backs unsung hero by ESPN. Descalso is having a career year in 2018, hitting for power and showing his defensive versatility.
  • D-backs look to stay hot against struggling Mets

    The D-backs continue their homestand with a four-game series against the struggling Mets. Arizona has played well in June as they look to win the series before a nine-game road trip.
  • With a chip on his shoulder, Cardinals’ Justin Pugh eager to prove himself

    Signed in March, Arizona Cardinals guard Justin Pugh is perhaps the most eager to change the narrative from last season. 
  • D-backs’ CEO Derrick Hall addresses potential rule changes

    D-backs' president and CEO Derrick Hall joined Doug & Wolf to discuss proposed rule changes at the MLB owner's meetings.
  • Sam Bradford: Cardinals’ plan for his health is ‘cohesive’ effort

    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Sam Bradford's left knee is one of the team's biggest storylines for this season.
  • D-backs ‘pleasantly surprised’ with Hirano’s quick adaption to MLB

    The 34 year old “rookie” from Kyoto, Japan has surprised with how quickly he has become one of the most consistent relief pitchers in the National League.