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  • D-backs share favorite Opening Day memories with season on hold

    The Diamondbacks' 2020 Opening Day is postponed. But that didn't stop Arizona Sports from having guests on 98.7 FM to talk Opening Day memories.
  • Dan Bickley’s work-from-home studio needed a sign on the door

    Dan Bickley, like many of us, is working from home during the coronavirus outbreak. A photo surfaced of the door to his home studio.
  • Charles Davis: Something is missing in DeAndre Hopkins trade

    While Charles Davis believes the Cardinals were the big winners of the DeAndre Hopkins trade, he also thinks there's more to the deal that we don't know.
  • Jerry Colangelo, USA Basketball in holding pattern for Olympic plans

    USA Basketball can't do much to reschedule and begin planning for the Tokyo Olympics after the 2020 games were pushed until next summer at the latest.
  • NFL Draft scouting profile: Lance Zierlein on Alabama OT Jedrick Wills

    Alabama offensive lineman Jedrick Wills could be the preferable choice if the Arizona Cardinals go OL with the No. 8 pick in the draft.
  • D-backs’ Torey Lovullo on naysayer projections: ‘It pisses me off’

    Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo admitted he's bothered by the negativity that some voices have regarding Arizona's 2020 season.
  • D-backs’ Mike Leake ‘hoping’ to be ready for season

    Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Mike Leake is hopeful his wrist will recover in time for the season. If it doesn't, Merrill Kelly could fill in his spot.
  • D-backs rave about Madison Bumgarner, likely opening day starter

    The team won't say who their opening day starter is. But Madison Bumgarner, for all his talent and experience, seems like the obvious picks.
  • Jon Wilner explains how Michael Crow’s future could shake up Pac-12

    Michael Crow is "a leading candidate" to become the University of California system's new president, reported The Mercury News' Jon Wilner on Thursday.
  • D-backs’ Luke Weaver motivated after promising 2019 was cut short

    Despite a forearm injury in 2019, Luke Weaver did some good work in making the Arizona Diamondbacks feel good about trading for him.