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  • Twenty years of D-backs drafts spotted with success stories

    Chris Owings is one of three Diamondbacks picks made before the second round who are currently on the roster, along with A.J. Pollock and Archie Bradley.
  • D-backs scouting director was ‘sweating out’ draft’s first round

    The D-backs had to wait over three hours before making their first pick in the MLB Draft Thursday, Auburn outfielder Anfernee Grier at No. 39.
  • Families at Parkinson’s center say Ali’s courage ‘gave us all inspiration’

    Muhammad Ali's efforts in the fight against Parkinson's have been invaluable to many in the Phoenix area who are also fighting the disease.
  • Suns’ ambassador Hunter helps underprivileged kids with basketball and beyond

    Former Suns center Steven Hunter is hosting the Steven Hunter Life Skills and Basketball Academy at Fountain Hills Middle School this month.
  • Cal’s Jaylen Brown hopes for checkmate in NBA Draft

    Cal forward Jaylen Brown, an avid chess player, believes he could be the king of the NBA Draft and that it could be checkmate for the team that selects him.
  • Copa America excitement in Valley at fever pitch with Mexico playing in Glendale

    Phoenix – Sergio Huante has waited months to see Mexico to play in Copa America in Arizona. “I bought my ticket in February,” Huante said. “I have been waiting for a while now. I’m just ready to get to the stadium.” That wait will come to an end Sunday, when Mexico plays Uruguay at University […]
  • Mercury stars Taurasi and Griner mark WNBA’s 20-season milestone

    Twenty seasons. Many doubted the WNBA would be around that long when the women’s professional basketball league began play in 1997.
  • Muhammad Ali dead at 74; legacy lives on in Phoenix

    The Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center opened in 2009 at the Barrow Neurological Institute. Ali was not only a founder of the center, but also a patient.
  • ASU baseball careers a fulfillment of dreams for two Valley natives

    Brophy Prep grad Chris Beall and Pinnacle grad Eric Melbostad will see the curtain come down on their ASU baseball careers soon.
  • Rookie Drury ‘bangs the door down’ with Diamondbacks

    Rookie Brandon Drury has emerged as an unlikely bright spot in the lineup, entering Thursday’s game hitting .287 with eight home runs and 18 RBIs.
  • Mercury center Harrison battles back from college ACL injury

    After an ACL tear during her senior year at Tennessee, Isabelle Harrison made her Mercury debut earlier this month, more than a year after she was drafted.
  • Rattlers’ new line draws praise from QB Davila

    The Arizona Rattlers have a completely new offensive line this season. Not a single member of the line was with the team a year ago.
  • After year away following father’s death, Mercury’s Taylor ready to fight for another championship

    Penny Taylor's father, Michael, died in December 2014, just three months after his daughter had won a WNBA championship. She is now back with the team.
  • Tucson AHL team another step in growth of hockey in Arizona

    Arizona Coyotes officials and Tucson's mayor hopes the move of the Coyotes' AHL team to Tucson can tap into the growth hockey in Arizona is seeing.
  • NCAA rule change gives underclassmen until Wednesday to return to school

    Under an NCAA rule change approved in January, underclassmen have until Wednesday to return to college as long as they have not hired an agent.
  • Mercury’s Taurasi welcomes high schooler who shattered her record

    Don Lugo HS senior Ana Resendiz met her idol, Mercury star Diana Taurasi, after she broke Taurasi's three-point record at the high school in Chino, CA.
  • Carson Palmer, Jonathan Ogden among celebs to join Calais Campbell’s annual charity golf tournament

    Cardinals' DE Calais Campbell has built a reputation for himself as a great guy who loves to give back. So when he organizes a golf tournament to support his foundation, people are more than willing to show up.
  • Top Arizona junior tennis player Xu undeterred by foot injury as he helps develop future players

    BASIS Chandler sophomore Josh Xu's injury prevents him from being active in the Junior Tennis Ambassadors program he founded last year.