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  • USC the favorite in Pac-12 South

    No surprises here. Joining Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo on Monday, College Football Analyst Rick Neuheisel thinks the University of Southern California are the favorite to win the Pac-12 South in their first year of postseason eligibility in two years. The prediction is coming on the heels of the Trojans’ 2011 campaign, where the […]
  • NFL insider predicts Cardinals to win NFC West

    The Arizona Cardinals will win 10 games and the NFC West this season. At least, according to’s Pete Prisco, who determined a winner for every single NFL game this season. According to Prisco, the Cardinals will win six of their first nine games, suffering losses to the Patriots, Rams and Packers. Their last four […]
  • Vinsanity: Bauer will be fine, Marshall not so quick…

    Last week, I wrote about not being all that concerned with Trevor Bauer’s rocky four-start debut in Major League Baseball. The Arizona Diamondbacks’ prized right-hander was touched up for a 1-2 record and a 6.43 ERA during his first taste of the bigs. Interestingly enough, one commenter asked if I could write an article pinpointing […]
  • Alvin Gentry finalizing coaching staff

    July 23, 2012: Turner interviews with Portland, rest of staff to return While the roster has undergone a significant remodeling, the coaching staff is staying largely intact. With the exception of Bill Cartwright, the Suns next season will welcome back assistants Dan Majerle, Igor Kokoskov and Noel Gillespie. Cartwright did not have his contract renewed […]
  • Morris, Marshall take first step towards next season

    July 23, 2012: Summer Suns review Wins are secondary when it comes to the Las Vegas Summer League. Yes, teams want to win but what they want even more is to see their young talent on the floor show some promise, some flashes of brilliance that validates that team’s decision to bring them on board. […]
  • Camp Cardinals: Looking at the offense

    The 2012 version of Camp Cardinals begins soon, and over the course of roughly one month there will be 21 practices and three preseason games. Through it all, the team hopes to answer questions, many of which will ultimately determine just how successful the team is this season. Let’s find a QB The first order […]
  • Report: Suns to wear throwback jerseys next season

    The Phoenix Suns will have a new look next season. Sort of. According to, many NBA teams will be adding a jersey for next season, including the Suns. “I saw the Spring 2013 Adidas NBA Catalog and there are some new on-court offerings,” says Chris Blackstone. “There are new jerseys for Christmas Day and […]
  • A closer look: Kubel leads red hot D-backs past Astros

    Sure, you could read the box score and know who won, but we all know that won’t tell you everything that happened in a baseball game. So, we will give you a closer look, providing you with the analysis, quotes and notes from the D-backs’ July 22 win over the Astros. Final score: Diamondbacks 8, […]
  • D-backs again shuffle their bullpen

    July 22, 2012: Brad Bergesen reports, Bryan Shaw optioned Another day, another roster move, another fresh arm in the Diamondbacks bullpen. After being claimed Friday from the Baltimore Orioles, right-handed pitcher Brad Bergesen reported to his new club Sunday. “I’m really looking forward to it,” he said as he stood in front of his locker […]
  • Grant Hill: Thank You Fans

    July 22, 2012: Hill writes thank you letter to Suns fans It was not a surprise to open up this morning’s paper to see Grant Hill take a full page ad out to express his appreciation to the Phoenix Suns fans. The surprise would’ve been if he hadn’t done so. Hill is the epitome of […]
  • A closer look: Kubel hits 3 HRs, D-backs smash Astros

    Sure, you could read the box score and know who won, but we all know that won’t tell you everything that happened in a baseball game. So, we will give you a closer look, providing you with the analysis, quotes and notes from the D-backs’ July 21 win over the Astros. Final score: Diamondbacks 12, […]
  • Saito ‘ready to dedicate himself’ to D-backs

    July 21, 2012: Takashi Saito activated, set to make debut Seven months after agreeing to a contract with the Diamondbacks, Takashi Saito is ready to make his sedona red debut. The right-handed relief pitcher was activated Saturday. “He’s ready to dedicate himself to this team,” manager Kirk Gibson said. Saito has been on the 15-day […]
  • D-backs reinstate right-hander Takashi Saito

    The Arizona Diamondbacks announced they have reinstated right-handed All-Star reliever Takashi Saito from the 15-day disabled list. To make room for Saito on the roster, the D-backs optioned right-handed pitcher Jonathan Albaladejo to Triple-A Reno. The 42-year-old veteran has been sidelined since April 4 with a strained right medial calf. Saito tossed three scoreless innings […]
  • A closer look: D-backs open 10-game homestand with offensive explosion

    Sure, you could read the box score and know who won, but we all know that won’t tell you everything that happened in a baseball game. So, we will give you a closer look, providing you with the analysis, quotes and notes from the D-backs’ July 20 win over the Astros. Final score: Diamondbacks 13, […]
  • Grant Hill reflects fondly on time with Suns, ready to move on

    Despite Grant Hill’s desire to stay with the Phoenix Suns, it became increasingly clear it was time to move on. “Sometimes change can be painful but it’s just the reality of sports,” Hill told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Show Friday. “So it’s nobody’s fault. I just think if I am an outsider looking […]
  • Gentry: ‘We like Beasley for his versatility’

    With every NBA offseason come changes to a team’s roster, and the Phoenix Suns are no different. With Friday’s signing of Michael Beasley, the Suns have acquired three new players during 2012’s free agency period. While point guard Goran Dragic will attempt to fill the shoes left behind by Steve Nash and Luis Scola’s place […]
  • Wheeler gets the call for D-backs

    Ryan Wheeler does not know where on the field he’ll be playing for the Diamondbacks. The important thing, though, is that he’s with the Diamondbacks. “I don’t know what exactly is in store for me here, if they want me to play third or first,” the recently called-up D-back said Friday before his first game. […]
  • Suns, Beasley looking for fresh start together

    Michael Beasley knows he has a questionable past. Known for issues with marijuana, questionable effort and unfulfilled potential, the Suns’ newest player is coming to town with a goal of turning around his career and becoming the player many expected him to be when he was taken 2nd overall in the 2008 NBA Draft. “I’d […]
  • D-backs call up Wheeler; release Blum

    Eye-popping. That’s the only adjective that can be used to describe the numbers posted by third baseman Ryan Wheeler at Triple-A Reno this season. The numbers were so impressive, according to Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic, the Diamondbacks made the call to bring up Wheeler to the big club in time for the beginning […]
  • Shane Doan in New York visiting with Rangers

    If the Phoenix Coyotes weren’t worried about losing their captain before, they should be now. After spending two weeks gauging interest and fielding offers, Shane Doan is making his first official visit of free agency Friday, and he is doing it in New York. Doan, the 35-year-old free agent, who has spent his entire career […]