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  • D-backs’ Hall: Bauer demotion was the right call

    Adversity can often breed success — and that’s exactly what the Arizona Diamondbacks hope will happen with their highly-touted prospect Trevor Bauer. Bauer ascended to the majors to much hype and fanfare but failed to meet up to the lofty expectations. In fact, it was evident Bauer was overmatched and needed more seasoning at the […]
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  • D-backs president says it would be tough to trade Upton

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  • A closer look: D-backs cough up big lead in loss

    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 19 loss to the Reds. Final score:
  • Robert Sarver: It’s going to take time

    July 19, 2012: Suns a team in transition, part I Suns managing partner Robert Sarver has kept a low profile since the lockout ended last season. He’s granted only a handful of interviews either locally or nationally. Last night, however, he made an appearance on NBA TV at the start of the second half of […]
  • Stephen Drew receiving interest from handful of teams

    Stephen Drew’s days as an Arizona Diamondback may be numbered. According to’s Ken Rosenthal and Jon Morosi, the shortstop is drawing interest from a handful of teams. The Pirates, Red Sox and Tigers are among the teams interested in Drew, according to major-league sources. However, ESPN’s Buster Olney tweeted the Red Sox and Pirates […]
  • Marshall struggles with shot in summer league loss

    The Phoenix Suns drafted Kendall Marshall because of his playmaking ability, not his shooting. In Wednesday’s Summer League tilt with the Cleveland Cavaliers, we saw why. The Suns rookie made just one of his 10 shot attempts, scoring three points and handing out five assists as the Suns fell 78-61. “I just came out more […]
  • Kubel masterful in return from injury

    After leaving Friday’s game against the Chicago Cubs with tightness in his hamstring, Jason Kubel returned to the lineup in perfect form Wednesday against the Cincinnati Reds. Kubel went 2-for-4 hitting home runs in his first two at bats and had three RBI, batting third behind Stephen Drew and Aaron Hill. Kubel helped the Diamondbacks […]
  • The Better Half – July 18, 2012

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  • Arizona’s love affair with underdogs is costly

    Sports fans have a problem, and nowhere has it been more evident than right here in Arizona. We don’t like our best and most talented athletes. Going back as long as I can remember, we’ve always had a great appreciation for the less-talented, hard-working players. It’s why guys like Brian Henesey, Elliot Perry, Andy Fox, […]
  • So Bauer struggled, big deal!

    Trevor Bauer was sent down to the minor leagues by the Arizona Diamondbacks Wednesday. For those fans who think the sky is falling and Bauer’s career is in jeopardy because of a less-than-stellar 16.1 innings of big league work — calm down. I’m not here to say that Bauer was good in his first tastes […]
  • D-backs game continued despite floods, rain

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  • Towers explains Trevor Bauer demotion

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  • D-backs option Trevor Bauer to Triple-A

    The Arizona Diamondbacks optioned pitcher Trevor Bauer to Triple-A Reno Wednesday afternoon, and recalled relief pitcher Jonathan Albaladejo to take Bauer’s roster spot. Bauer, the third overall pick in the 2011 MLB First Year Player Draft and the first member of that draft class to reach the majors, struggled in the big leagues since making […]
  • LB may be key position on Cardinals defense

    July 18, 2012: Q&A with linebackers coach Matt Raich The Cardinals hold their first practice of training camp in Flagstaff one week from today. And today, we conclude a two-day look at two of the team’s main positions—other than the obvious position of quarterback, heading into the 2012 season. Here now is a Q&A with […]
  • Marshall’s Summer League debut a rough one

    The Phoenix Suns got their first look at first round draft pick Kendall Marshall Tuesday night — and let’s just say the very early results were underwhelming. The former North Carolina Tar Heel handed out five assists and turned the ball over five times in 28:43 of playing time. Marshall took one shot — and […]
  • J.J. Putz next D-back to be on the trade block?

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