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  • Sawdaye: D-backs doing ‘due diligence on everybody’ before trade deadline

    After a report surfaced that said the Arizona Diamondbacks remain in conversations with the Baltimore Orioles regarding a possible Manny Machado trade, the D-backs assistant GM said his team is doing due diligence for all players.
  • ESPN’s Givony on Suns’ choice: ‘It’s going to be Deandre Ayton’

    ESPN's Jonathan Givony believes Luka Doncic is the best player in the 2018 NBA Draft, but he still believes the Phoenix Suns will take Deandre Ayton No. 1.
  • ESPN’s Jay Bilas discusses value of big men in today’s NBA

    ESPN basketball analyst Jay Bilas joined 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station to discuss the 2018 NBA Draft and how big men fit into today's NBA.
  • 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.
  • Cardinals’ Derrick Coleman embraces role with new team

    Cardinals fullback Derrick Coleman joins Doug & Wolf to discuss his role with his new team and how he's overcome physical challenges.
  • D-backs hitting coach Magadan, GM Hazen discuss team’s hitting approach

    The Arizona Diamondbacks' hitting coach, general manager and star first baseman discussed the team's approach to hitting called tunneling.
  • Cardinals WR Chad Williams is excited about OC McCoy’s new offense

    In year two of his NFL career, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams is having an easier time adjusting to NFL work flow and likes what he sees in new offensive coordinator Mike McCoy's offense.
  • 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.
  • Cardinals GM Keim excited as new pieces put into place at minicamp

    Despite the uncertainties surrounding the start of Arizona Cardinals minicamp one thing is certain - general manager Steve Keim is fired up.
  • Cardinals’ Peterson talks traveling around the world, Wilks’ new defense

    Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson has been taking advantage of his offseason.
  • ESPN’s Van Gundy: Big men still belong in NBA, Ayton has useful traits

    ESPN's NBA analyst Jeff Van Gundy joined the Doug & Wolf show to discuss Deandre Ayton and if big men still can succeed in today's NBA.
  • Derrick Hall: Jon Jay was a piece D-backs needed right now

    D-backs president and CEO Derrick Hall speaks about newly acquired outfielder Jon Jay, and how helps impact the team.
  • Jared Dudley: Ayton could change course of Suns

    Suns forward Jared Dudley discussed why he believes Deandre Ayton should be drafted No. 1 by the Suns, and why he wants to play in Arizona.
  • ‘Don’t get cute’: ESPN’s Marks says Suns’ decision on Ayton is clear-cut

    ESPN's Bobby Marks believes Deandre Ayton is the clear-cut No. 1 choice for the Phoenix Suns based on not only best available talent but also need.
  • Nightengale: ‘Pure panic’ during Goldschmidt’s approach at the plate

    USA Today's MLB columnist Bob Nightengale joins Doug & Wolf to discuss Paul Goldschmidt's struggles at the plate this season.
  • 76ers writer Keith Pompey reacts to the Bryan Colangelo scandal

    Philadelphia Inquirer 76ers beat reporter talks about the recent revelations about Bryan Colangelo's burner twitter accounts.
  • ESPN’s Elhassan leans toward Doncic, doubts Ayton is generational talent

    If he were in charge of the Phoenix Suns, ESPN's Amin Elhassan would lean toward Luka Doncic over Deandre Ayton atop the 2018 NBA Draft.
  • Hazen: D-backs’ Miller threw ‘extremely well’ in first rehab start

    Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Shelby Miller threw his first rehab start. General manager Mike Hazen said Miller threw the ball well.

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