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  • Upton to ‘make it hail in the bleachers’

    Opening Day in Major League Baseball is right around the corner, and some of the game’s biggest stars are making some bold predictions about what they’ll do in the first game of the year. It’s all part of a new commercial that will air on MLB Network, ESPN and MLB.com leading up to Opening Day. […]
  • DDB: Arnold to join Coyotes on Monday

    GLENDALE — Forward Scott Arnold will join the Coyotes on Monday as they continue to scratch and claw their way toward a berth in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. He will provide depth at the forward position, if needed, at a crucial time in the regular season. “Playing for an NHL team has always been my […]
  • Cardinals, Jay Feely agree to two-year contract

    The Cardinals won’t be looking for a new kicker anytime soon. The team announced Friday it has agreed to a two-year contract with Jay Feely, who spent the last two seasons in Arizona. The 35-year-old is coming off a season that was a little disappointing, as he connected on just 79.2 percent of his field […]
  • Report: Vontaze Burfict sliding off draft boards altogether

    Vontaze Burfict could be on the verge of going from first round pick to undrafted free agent over the span of about seven months. According to Rotoworld.com, NFL Network’s Steve Wyche, on Path to the Draft, said Burfict has already been removed from some draft boards. And, he’s not the only who feels the former […]
  • D-backs shuffle roster; Bauer to Double-A

    There had been some speculation that Trevor Bauer, one of the jewels of the Arizona Diamondbacks’ minor league system, would make the opening day roster. After all, Bauer is seasoned – he pitched three seasons at UCLA – and has enjoyed a productive Cactus League stint, going 1-0 with a 3.60 ERA in four appearances. […]
  • Cardinals 21st in ESPN’s pre-draft Power Rankings

    It’s never too soon for power rankings, unless it’s too soon for power rankings. ESPN released its “pre-draft Power rankings,” with the Cardinals listed as the 2nd-best NFC West team, but 21st-best in the NFL. Why so low? Well, ESPN NFC West blogger Mike Sando’s Cardinals note in the rankings could give a clue. Cardinals […]
  • Cardinals RB Ryan Williams working his way back

    Ryan Williams became largely a forgotten man last season, even after putting together an excellent training camp. A surprising choice in the second round of the NFL Draft, Williams saw his 2011 campaign come to an end in the team’s second preseason game, as he ruptured the patellar tendon in his right knee, an injury […]
  • Hall on Drew: Patience is paying off

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have been cautious in rehabbing shortstop Stephen Drew — and their patience seems to be paying dividends. Drew severely fractured his right ankle sliding into home plate last July and has been gradually increasing the intensity of his workouts. “He’s making great strides,” Diamondbacks President and CEO Derrick Hall told Arizona Sports […]
  • Shorthanded Coyotes host Avalanche

    Eight games to play. Three points separating six teams battling for the last two NHL Western Conference playoff spots. The Phoenix Coyotes are one of those teams in the mix, but they’ve got a disadvantage that the others don’t. They’ll be without their captain for the next three games. Shane Doan was supspended by the […]
  • Suns need bench to come up big

    If the Phoenix Suns are going to reach the playoffs this season, their bench will be a big reason why. Regarded as one of the game’s top second units just two years ago, the group consisting of Sebastian Telfair, Michael Redd, Shannon Brown, Markieff Morris and Robin Lopez has found a comfort level since the […]
  • Diamondbacks farm system shows dramatic improvement

    What a difference a year can make. All the way back in 2011, Baseball America ranked the Diamondbacks’ farm system as the 22nd-best in all of baseball. Not good. Things are different now, though, as the same site ranks Arizona’s farm system fourth, behind only Texas, Kansas City and San Diego. The D-backs can attribute […]
  • Cardinals smart to bring Levi Brown back

    *I can’t believe I’m about to write this* Levi Brown gets a bad rap. Taken by the Cardinals with the fifth pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, the offensive lineman has at best adequate, and at worst…well…Levi Brown. Sure, he has not missed a game since his rookie season, starting all 16 (plus playoffs) every […]
  • Report: NHL could be exploring ‘Plan B’ for Coyotes

    Whether it’s legitimate, or just another report from the Canadian press predicting the impending demise of the Phoenix Coyotes’ future in the desert, another report on the matter has surfaced. Darren Dreger of TSN tweeted the following Wednesday evening: Unless progress is made this week in sale of Coyotes.NHL will begin Plan B investigation next […]
  • Report: Jay Feely looking to return to Cardinals

    The Cardinals want Jay Feely back, and the kicker wants to return to Arizona. So, what’s the problem? Nothing, really. According to Alex Marvez of FoxSports.com, negotiations between the two sides are underway. Free-agent K Jay Feely said he’s received interest from several teams but is currently renegotiating 2 sign with the #Cardinal s @SiriusXMNFL […]
  • Cardinals re-sign OL D’Anthony Batiste

    The Arizona Cardinals, according to numerous reports, have re-signed free agent offensive lineman D’Anthony Batiste. Batiste is a 6-year pro out of Louisiana-Lafayette who signed as a free agent with the Cardinals in November 2010. The 6-foot-4, 314-pound Batiste was active for four games in 2011, and got in the field in one, playing 44 […]