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  • D-back fans shouldn’t worry about Marquis and Ziegler

    Wednesday wasn’t exactly the type of debut Kevin Towers and the Arizona Diamondbacks hoped for from the newest members of their pitching staff. Jason Marquis and Brad Ziegler both struggled as they combined to give up seven earned runs. That doesn’t concern Ron Wolfley. He told listeners of Doug and Wolf Wednesday morning that both […]
  • Kevin Kolb has what it takes to succeed

    The Cardinals traded for Kevin Kolb, so you’d have to believe they’re confident in his abilities. But, listen to offensive coordinator Mike Miller enough and even the biggest Kolb doubters may become believers. “The thing I always look for first is poise,” Miller told Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf Thursday. “I want to see […]
  • New Cardinals step up in different camp

    Normally NFL players would be roughly a week into training camp, possibly already getting tired of monotonous practices. This year is different, though, as players who are with new teams have not been allowed to practice. While that is not a good thing, especially for a team with new players who figure to play key […]
  • Delay in CBA ratification could hurt Cardinals

    PHOENIX – With the whirlwind of free agency and trades the past few days, most have started to forget that the NFL is coming out of a lockout. Not so fast. The Pittsburgh Steelers players rep Ryan Clark was quoted in a tweet by Ed Bouchette that he “doubts the CBA will be ratified in […]
  • Calling my shot: Diamondbacks WILL play in the postseason

    Babe Ruth did it, and things turned out pretty well for him, so I’m going to give it a go. I’m calling my shot. Right here, right now, I am saying the Arizona Diamondbacks will make it to the postseason. A bold proclamation? Perhaps. Going out on a limb? That’s up to you. But as […]
  • Cards would like Edwards, but not at expense of Fitzgerald

    The Arizona Cardinals would like to sign free agent receiver Braylon Edwards, there’s just one problem: They still have to sign Larry Fitzgerald to a contract extension. According to Sports 620 KTAR’s John Gambadoro, the Cardinals do not want to risk losing their star receiver, and because of that are reluctant to pay Edwards the […]
  • Inside the Box: Marquis, Ziegler falter in debut

    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 August 3, 2011: Giants 8, Diamondbacks 1 The Good: No one got injured? Alright, that was a little too sarcastic. There was actually somewhat of a bright spot for the […]
  • New faces on the sidelines for Cardinals

    Another day, another new player. Vonnie Holliday, acquired in the deal that sent Tim Hightower to Washington, made his Cardinals debut Wednesday morning. Holliday was on the sideline watching practice even though he had practiced three times with the Redskins prior to the trade. A 14-year veteran, Holliday called the trade a “little bit of […]
  • Cardinals interested in Seahawks corner

    The Arizona Cardinals have added quite a few new players over the last week, and they may not be done. According to sports agent JR Rickert, the Cardinals are one of five teams interested in Jordan Babineaux. Babineaux, 28, has played his entire seven year career in Seattle for the Seahawks, and has tallied 10 […]
  • Cardinals John Skelton says Matt Leinart and Derek Anderson didn’t offer advice

    The 2010 season for the Arizona Cardinals wasn’t exactly an easy one. Especially when it came to the quarterback position. The combination of Matt Leinart and Derek Anderson was supposed to lead the Cardinals back to the playoffs (and we all know how well that worked out). Apparently the duo was not only incapable of […]
  • Adrian Wilson, Cardinals looking to rebound

    Adrian Wilson knows he had a down year in 2010. Yes, he made the Pro Bowl, and his 88 tackles were more than he had in any of the previous four seasons, but he had troubles in coverage for a defense that struggled all season long. And he’s heard the criticism. “It’s very heartbreaking to […]
  • Cards still looking for a WR, hoping for Braylon Edwards?

    The Cardinals could still use another wide receiver, and Braylon Edwards is still available. A match made in heaven? It would appear so, and Cardinals Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt was asked by ESPN’s Colin Cowherd Wednesday if something may happen between the former Jet and the Cardinals. “We’re still looking at all opportunities out there […]
  • Arizona Cardinals Ray Horton sold what for $20?

    The Arizona Cardinals new defensive coordinator Ray Horton may be known for the hard hits his squad will deliver, but he may soon be known for his softer side for a gift he delivered. On his way out of Pittsburgh the former Steelers assistant made it a point to take care of someone most in […]
  • Justin Upton has carried the Diamondbacks

    Justin Upton has not gone a game without a hit since July 18th, when he went 0-4 in a win over Milwaukee. Since then he’s gone 24-55, with seven home runs and 21 RBI. Oh, and the Diamondbacks have gone 9-5 over that stretch, pulling into a first place tie with the Giants in the […]
  • Are the Cardinals talking to Malcom Floyd?

    The Arizona Cardinals have filled a lot of holes over the last week but there is still a glaring one left. With the loss of Steve Breaston to the Kansas City Chiefs the team is still in search of a No. 2 wide receiver. While most of the talk has surrounded former Jets wide receiver […]
  • Eagles believed in Kolb, Cardinals should too

    Sure, there may be question marks surrounding Kevin Kolb’s ability to be a starting quarterback in the NFL. However, there weren’t any in Philadelphia, and ESPN’s Mark Schlereth says that’s a good reason to have faith in the Cardinals’ new signal caller. “[The Eagles] were willing to go into a season, give Kevin Kolb a […]
  • Cardinals Michael Bidwill doesn’t get credit he deserves

    For years the name Bidwill wasn’t exactly music to Cardinals fans ears. While the team seems to be changing their ways on the field and in negotiations with players off it, the team’s supporters haven’t changed their stance when it comes to ownership. It’s something that Sports 620 KTAR’s Ron Wolfley thinks is long overdue. […]
  • For D-backs, playoffs are a real possibility

    August 3rd, 2011. The Arizona Diamondbacks, with 110 games in the books, are tied for first place in the NL West. A division title, and the playoff birth that comes with it, is a real possibility. Then again, so is the NL Wild Card. “Even though we should keep all of our eyes focused on […]
  • ESPN insider applauds D-backs deadline moves

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks were busy at the MLB trade deadline acquiring starter Jason Marquis from the Washington Nationals and reliever Brad Ziegler from the Oakland Athletics. One ESPN insider believes the acquisition of Marquis helps improve the team’s rotation. “I’ve seen him pitch a whole bunch of times this year in Washington and […]
  • Gibson not afraid to use rookie Goldschmidt

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks are tied for first place in the NL West, so logic would dictate that now isn’t the best time to call up a young kid like Paul Goldschmidt from the minors and throw him right into the middle of a stretch run. Right? “Why not? We brought him up to […]