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  • ASU’s Burr, Esmay carving out new roles in White Sox organization

    Not long after Ryan Burr got the call, so did Tim Esmay. Or at least Esmay got the text.
  • Sushi, steaks and truffle salt: Rockies are fed well at Salt River Fields

    To hear Colorado Rockies catcher Chris Iannetta tell it, Tyler Hines might be the master chef at a fine Denver restaurant.
  • Shelby Miller optimistic about post-Diamondbacks life

    After a flop with the Arizona Diamondbacks, Shelby Miller moves back home to Texas to play for the Rangers.
  • Murray? Rosen? Kingsbury remains coy when asked about Cards’ pick

    Kliff Kingsbury discussed the difference between NFL and college coaches while discussing the team’s plans for the No. 1 pick.
  • Ball and Oats: ASU’s Hurley to face former team, assistant in tourney

    For the second straight time in this tournament, Arizona State coach Bobby Hurley is matched up against a familiar face on the opposite bench: Buffalo.
  • Babies and baseball: Diamondbacks pitchers are learning dual roles

    Welcoming a baby is always an exciting time for new parents, but for MLB players, it comes with challenges. Two D-backs know this well.
  • Diamondbacks believe spring training culture will help team find identity

    Even after the loss of multiple big-name players, the Diamondbacks are confident spring training will help team find identity.
  • Kelly, Joseph prepare for roles as part of Diamondbacks’ catching trio

    With spring training of the third year of the Mike Hazen-Torey Lovullo era underway, the Diamondbacks appear likely to again carry three catchers on their Opening Day roster.
  • Has ASU baseball turned the corner? Sun Devils off to 8-0 start

    Sun Devil baseball has used a small roster filled with powerful bats and versatile pitchers to jump to an early 8-0 start.
  • After 4th title, Shadow Mountain’s Jovan Blacksher ready for GCU

    Jovan Blacksher is a Shadow Mountain High School senior point guard ready to play at Grand Canyon University next season.
  • Devin Booker brings optimism into Suns’ second half

    Suns guard Devin Booker couldn’t defend his 3-point shooting title at NBA All-Star Weekend, but he’s ready to help lure players who can help.
  • ‘Everything’s fine up there’: Mannion stays confident in UA commitment

    Despite Arizona firing coach Mark Phelps, Pinnacle High School product Nico Mannion remains confident in Sean Miller's program.
  • No longer on the fringe: Tech makes golf accessible to disabled community

    Technology makes golf accessible to disabled community thanks to the Paramobile machine and organizations like Abilty360.
  • Pride defines historic day as top female wrestlers compete

    Pride, excitement highlight girls’ participating in first ever Arizona Interscholastic Association state wrestling championship.
  • Arm injuries for young pitchers? Strides being taken toward prevention

    Arm injuries among high school baseball players have been on the rise in recent years due to overuse while playing the game.
  • An open House: Jaelen proud of dad but admits he has own big-time goals

    Jalen House has a famous dad in the sports world but he’s determined to set his own mark and has his own big-time goals for his career.
  • Fischer Institute teams with JAWKU to help improve 40-yard dash times

    When Brett Fischer and John Wells crossed paths at last year’s NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, they had no idea what their relationship would entail less than 12 months later.
  • Year after daughter’s stroke, father celebrates recovery with marathon

    Neal Oseland runs the Rock ‘n’ Roll Arizona Marathon to celebrate his daughter Megan’s inspiring recovery from a stroke last February.
  • Phoenix votes in favor of renovating Suns’ Talking Stick Resort Arena

    The Phoenix City Council voted 6 to 2 in favor of a $230 million arena deal for the Phoenix Suns keeping the team in downtown Phoenix.
  • Future of Suns, Diamondbacks in downtown Phoenix causing angst

    With the potential loss of the Diamondbacks and Suns, growth of downtown Phoenix could slow down without teams to draw customers to local businesses.