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  • Hudson has quite a night in CG win over White Sox

    Daniel Hudson was traded from the Chicago White Sox to the Arizona Diamondbacks July 31st, 2010. On June 17, 2011 the righ-hander showed his former team what they are missing out on. “Obviously it was a little bit special, but I didn’t have any different mentality going out there than I have the whole year, […]
  • NBA analyst thinks Suns aren’t looking to rebuild

    Are the Phoenix Suns in rebuilding mode or trying to stay in contention? Are they looking to get better on the defensive end or staying committed to the run and gun style? It sounds like all of the above. If it sounds a little spastic, we understand. Just call them the NBA’s Sybil According to […]
  • D-backs close to Giants in standings, not in talent

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have been outscored 36-26 by the San Francisco Giants as the defending World Series champs have taken seven of nine games from team in Sedona Red. Four of the seven losses have been by one run, though, leading many to think that the Diamondbacks, while maybe not being right there with the […]
  • Upton plays better when the games matter

    There are plenty of reasons for Justin Upton’s resurgence this year. Upton, in his fourth full season with the Diamondbacks (fifth overall), is hitting .291 with 12 home runs and 35 RBI for a team that is contending for the NL West crown. And that, he said, is one of the reasons for his good […]
  • Suns want UA’s Williams but at what price?

    What do Minnesota and Poland have in common? Other than extremely cold weather, both may be able to claim Marcin Gortat as their own in the near future. As part of his NBA Draft blog on ESPN.com, Chad Ford dropped an interesting nugget of information on Phoenix Suns fans. The team may be interested in […]
  • Kevin Kolb makes Cardinals Super Bowl contenders?

    The lockout may still be in full effect and the Arizona Cardinals still don’t have a quarterback, but that isn’t keeping one ESPN writer from saying they could be Super Bowl contenders. That writer is Jeffri Chadiha and he feels if the Cardinals can pull off a deal for Kevin Kolb they’ll be just as […]
  • Coyotes were 10 minutes from moving to Winnipeg

    Six-hundred seconds. That’s how close the Jets — better known as the Phoenix Coyotes — were to packing up and flying back to Winnipeg. This isn’t one of those Internet rumors or wishful thinking from a fan base longing for their wayward franchise. No, the owner of the new Winnipeg NHL team, Mark Chipman, told […]
  • Sky’s the limit for Upton

    Justin Upton did something he had never done before in the Diamondbacks 3-2 win over the Giants on Thursday. Upton hit his first career walk-off home run, helping the D-backs avoid a sweep at the hands of the former World Champions. “He is so on fire,” Ron Wolfley said on Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and […]
  • National writer thinks Gibson is manager of year

    In his first full season as manager, Kirk Gibson is making headlines throughout the league. Spring Training began with people questioning Gibson’s unique style and unparalleled intensity which was on display even during meaningless exhibition games. Although the Diamondbacks are coming off a series loss to the San Francisco Giants, they are six games over […]
  • Cardinals coach learning to fly

    Thanks to the current NFL lockout, many players coaches and others around football have an awful lot of free time on their hands that they are looking to fill. While athletes have been holding team workouts and having fun on twitter, Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton has decided to learn how to fly a plane. […]
  • Jimmer to Suns a good possibility

    Jimmer Fredette may be the most talked about player in this year’s NBA Draft and it looks like the Phoenix Suns are joining the conversation. While the Suns have not revealed exactly what their draft plans are, it is becoming apparent that Fredette may be a part of them. “They’re looking for either a point […]
  • Kennedy deals, Upton hits walkoff in D-backs win over Giants

    The San Francisco Giants have had the Arizona Diamondbacks number this season. Going into Thursday’s series finale the Giants had beaten the Diamondbacks five straight times and seven out of eight on the season. The D-backs desperately needed a win against the NL West leading Giants and got one thanks to the bat of Justin […]
  • Inside the Box: Upton walk-off avoids the sweep

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for June 14, 2011: Diamondbacks 3, Giants 2 The Good: Ian Kennedy had a great start for the D-backs. He frustrated the Giants, only allowing four hits and no earned runs […]
  • Morris may be thorn in side of Jimmer pick

    As the NBA Draft approaches, fans and radio hosts alike are all discussing who the Phoenix Suns will take with their thirteenth overall pick.
  • Tweet-off between @adrian_wilson24 and @SBreaston15

    The NFL lockout has dragged on so long even Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson, who previously said he would not join Twitter, finally gave in and started conversing with people 140 characters at a time. Thursday afternoon he got into a discussion with wide receiver Steve Breaston, the tone of which is up for debate. No […]
  • No matter what Amar’e says, Suns wouldn’t have won title

    You knew once Amar’e Stoudemire opened his mouth and suggested if the Phoenix Suns had kept him they may have won the title this year instead of Dallas that it was only a matter of time before someone would take issue with the notion. Enter, Dave Burns of Sports 620 KTAR’s Sports Interactive. “Don’t you […]
  • Fredette puts willingness to compete on display

    Jimmer Fredette may be the most talked about player in the NBA Draft right now. Fredette has been praised for his shooting ability, but has been criticized due to a perceived lack of size, toughness and defensive skills. While it remains to be seen if Fredette can pass the ball and play the point guard […]
  • Amar’e thinks Suns could have won title this year

    What if? What if my favorite team made that trade? What if that player didn’t get hurt? What if the referee hadn’t blown that call? Playing “what-if,” although completely useless, may be the favorite game of sports fans everywhere. While Suns fans may not want to revisit and disappointing 2010-11 season, Amar’e Stoudemire left them […]
  • Warner says football isn’t everything for Bulger

    While he may not be mentioned as often as Kyle Orton or Kevin Kolb, Marc Bulger has been thrown into the pool of potential quarterbacks the Cardinals may be looking to acquire for the 2011 season. Just when Bulger rumors began to heat up, ESPN’s John Clayton said that Bulger was content to be a […]
  • ESPN ranks Coyotes as best franchise in Arizona

    No owner? No problem. At least that’s how it looks for the Phoenix Coyotes in ESPN the Magazine’s eyes. As part of the publication’s annual ranking of all 122 professional sports franchise in North America, the Coyotes finished 28th overall. Despite losing millions last season and a myriad off the ice issues, they were the […]