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  • Bakersfield Jam holding open tryouts in Phoenix

    The Bakersfield Jam, the Suns’ D-League affiliate, will be holding open tryouts in the Phoenix area on Sept. 22 and 23 at US Airways Center. The top 20 players from the tryout will be selected to play in an All-Star game to conclude the two-day training camp. Pre-registration costs $150. However, you can still register […]
  • Gibson: D-backs tried to land Chase Headley

    When the Diamondbacks traded for Chris Johnson on July 29, many felt that the team had landed their third baseman of the future. While Johnson has made some notable contributions — six home runs and 28 RBI in 36 games — during his time in the desert, the former Astro was not initially the name […]
  • ESPN insider: Wildcats can hang with Oregon offensively

    So you’re saying there’s a chance? Despite being listed as a 23-point underdog going into Saturday night’s Pac-12 conference road opener against No. 3 Oregon, at least one college football expert seems to believe Rich Rodriguez and the upstart Arizona Wildcats have a shot if their offense is clicking on all cylinders at Autzen Stadium. […]
  • Whisenhunt: Skelton not likely to play in New England

    While he didn’t go as far as to name a starter at the conclusion of the Cardinals’ practice on Thursday, head coach Ken Whisenhunt didn’t seem too optimistic that John Skelton would be able to take the field this weekend against the Patriots in Foxboro. “We still have time,” Whisenhunt told reporters. “But, it doesn’t […]
  • Cards Holliday to reach milestone mark Sunday

    Vonnie Holliday knew he was getting close. “I was just thinking about that [Monday night] because I saw my buddy (Chargers linebacker) Takeo Spikes hit the 200-game mark. I can’t believe he beat me to it.” Holliday will play in his 200th career regular season game this week in New England. “That’s big,” the defensive […]
  • Fitzgerald finds himself in control again

    Since signing an 8-year, $120 million dollar contract in August 2011, Larry Fitzgerald has had to endure quite a lot over the last year. The Cardinals’ wideout has been forced to catch passes from the much-maligned quarterback duo of John Skelton and Kevin Kolb. He’s been shut out of the playoffs for two consecutive years. […]
  • Deal looks to be on the way for Jamison, Glendale

    Although an impending lockout may leave hockey fans down in the dumps this weekend, the same may not be entirely true here in the Valley. If seeing is believing, Phoenix Coyotes fans might finally have a reason to believe their three-year nightmare is coming to an end. According to Mike Sunnucks of the Phoenix Business […]
  • Hall: Outfield depth a good problem to have

    With the emergence of Adam Eaton and Jason Kubel’s career year in the desert, trade winds continue to swirl in the direction of veteran outfielders Chris Young and Justin Upton. The way Diamondbacks’ president and CEO Derrick Hall sees it, the chatter and speculation about his team’s outfield depth is flattering. “It’s a good problem […]
  • Towers: Eaton impressing at big league level

    Despite only having five games to his name at the Major League level, Diamondbacks’ center fielder Adam Eaton has already made a fan of GM Kevin Towers. Appearing on Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf Show Tuesday, Towers admitted he was very pleased with the rookie’s contributions during the team’s recent road swing in San […]
  • Gibson: D-backs in better position than Cardinals were in 2011

    Although the Arizona Diamondbacks enter their upcoming series against the Los Angeles Dodgers six games out of the second Wild Card spot in the National League, manager Kirk Gibson still believes his team has a fighting chance as September rolls along. With an upcoming eight-game home stand against three divisional foes — Dodgers, Giants and […]