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  • D-backs reinstate Jeff Mathis, option Braden Shipley

    The Arizona Diamondbacks announced Wednesday they have reinstated catcher Jeff Mathis from the paternity leave list and have optioned pitcher Braden Shipley to Triple-A Reno.
  • D-backs’ Paul Goldschmidt on his cold, hot streaks early in season

    Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt has been on a roller coaster this season and we aren't even at the midway point of June yet.
  • Diving deep into potential trade-up spots for Suns in NBA Draft

    The Phoenix Suns want to be aggressive this offseason. Could that include trading up in the NBA Draft? Empire of the Suns examines a few spots in the Suns' range.
  • The bats stay hot; D-backs win fifth straight, clinch series over Pittsburgh

    The Arizona Diamondbacks plated six runs in the first inning of game two and added seven more to hold off the Pittsburgh Pirates and capture another series victory, 13-8.
  • Diana Taurasi scores 21, leads Mercury to 6th straight win

    Diana Taurasi scored 21 points, Brittney Griner added 18 before fouling out late and the Phoenix Mercury won their sixth straight with a 75-72 victory over the Dallas Wings on Tuesday night.
  • David Johnson is the latest casualty in a cruel profession

    The NFL is more than risky business. It’s one of the cruelest professions on the planet. It devours the weak, callousing the purest of hearts. David Johnson is just the latest casualty.
  • Diamondbacks unload for six runs in first inning against Pirates

    The Arizona Diamondbacks ruined the homecoming for Arizona State alum and Pittsburgh Pirates starter Trevor Williams in the first inning, scoring six runs off five hits.
  • D-backs agree to terms with draft picks Jake McCarthy, Alek Thomas

    The Arizona Diamondbacks announced Tuesday they had agreed to terms with the 2018 First-Year Player Draft selections Jake McCarthy and Alek Thomas. 
  • Lovullo: Intentionally hitting batters ‘not something I necessarily believe in’

    Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo joined 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's Burns & Gambo Tuesday following the drama from Monday's game against the Pirates that resulted in five players being hit by pitches.
  • Cardinals players back David Johnson’s decision to skip minicamp

    Arizona Cardinals players were supportive of running back David Johnson's decision to remain absent from minicamp as he awaits a new deal.
  • QB Sam Bradford, Arizona Cardinals sticking to the plan

    Keeping quarterback Sam Bradford healthy is the Arizona Cardinals’ No. 1 priority. They want him to be able to play a full 16-game regular-season schedule in 2018, and perhaps beyond.
  • Suns draft picks to debut in Las Vegas Summer League on July 6

    The schedule for the MGM Resorts NBA Summer League 2018 was released on Tuesday with the announcement that all 30 NBA teams will be participating across a 12-day, 82-game schedule.
  • Suns may be late to party, but they’re structuring positionless team

    The Phoenix Suns worked out four big men to become the No. 1 pick. In an NBA landscape that has moved away from positions and lessened the role of the center, the Suns are going to get a versatile presence down low to guide of team of players that can play everywhere.
  • Three Diamondbacks among players turning to C-flap for injury prevention

    Many MLB stars, such as Houston’s Carlos Correa and Washington’s Bryce Harper, are beginning to use the C-flap as an injury prevention method. In Arizona, three players are joining the movement.
  • Cardinals honor kitchen staffer ahead of deployment with National Guard

    Arizona Cardinals kitchen staff worker Leo Longoria received quite the send off from the Cardinals organization ahead of his deployment with the Arizona Army National Guard.