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  • If D-backs are for real they need to beat Giants

    In a season where most people thought the only storyline for the Arizona Diamondbacks would be what young prospects were getting their first taste of the majors, the team has far exceeded expectation. Now the question has become, are they contenders or pretenders? “You saw them in April and they sort of treaded water and […]
  • NHL commissioner says Glendale saved Coyotes

    After two-years worth of speculation, the city of Winnipeg once again has an NHL franchise. Too most people’s surprise though it was the Atlanta Thrashers and not the Phoenix Coyotes who packed up the moving vans and headed to the Great White North. The question many have wondered is why the NHL has fought so […]
  • Gentry likes Jimmer, Jimmer likes him back

    The local media may not have been allowed to talk to Jimmer Fredette after his workout at the US Airways Center Monday but our sources, better known as his YouTube page, have given us a look into exactly what the BYU guard thought about his workout for the Phoenix Suns. In a video posted to […]
  • University of Phoenix stadium repairs underway

    Repairs to the roof of University of Phoenix Stadium are underway. UOP Stadium, home to the Fiesta Bowl and the Arizona Cardinals, is not having an entire replacement of the roof, but rather some patchwork and specific repairs of rips and tears to the stadium’s $455 million roof. Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority spokesman Jamie […]
  • D-backs attempt to solidify role as contenders

    It may only be June, but the current three-game series between the San Francisco Giants and the Arizona Diamondbacks is carrying a lot of significance to local fans. “This is the biggest series thus far,” Sports 620 KTAR’s Ron Wolfley said on Doug and Wolf. “Coming into this series, it is a question of will […]
  • Fitz won’t talk Kolb due to ‘gag order’

    You can talk to Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald during the lockout, just don’t ask him about any specific players his team may acquire. After receiving a tweet from Adam Schefter that informed him one Philadelphia Eagle thinks Kevin Kolb will be the next Tom Brady, Fitzgerald responded with an elaborate ‘no comment’. @AdamSchefter, […]
  • Kevin Kolb the second coming of Tom Brady?

    The Arizona Cardinals are interested in Tom Brady. Well, not really, but they are likely to pursue a younger version of the future Hall of Fame QB once the lockout is lifted, at least according to Eagles defensive end Trent Cole. trent cole just compared kevin kolb to tom brady. seriously. great news for cardinals […]
  • Goldschmidt catching Towers’ eye

    Now is certainly an exciting time to be a fan of the Arizona Diamondbacks. The team is currently in a battle for first place with the San Francisco Giants, is coming off a very impressive and promising MLB draft and is getting closer to bringing up some of baseball’s top prospects. First baseman Paul Goldschmidt, […]
  • Derrick Hall wants D-backs in National League

    PHOENIX – It’s been reported this week that MLB is again considering the idea of realignment by moving a National League team to the American League to make an even 15 teams in each league. The Arizona Diamondbacks have been rumored to be one of the teams that could be asked to switch leagues. Team […]
  • Does Robin Lopez lack passion and desire?

    PHOENIX – Since being drafted by the Phoenix Suns, center Robin Lopez has tantalized and disappointed the organization with his play on the court. Some are beginning to suggest his make-up is the reason for his inconsistencies. “I don’t think there’s a burning passion and desire to be a great player,” said John Gambadoro on […]
  • Cardinals have important decisions after lockout lifted

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals, like many other NFL teams around the league, will be pressed to quickly fill holes on their roster when the lockout is lifted. The lockout could be over in mid-July leaving teams with only two weeks of free agency and trades. For the Cardinals, it’s obvious finding a new starting […]
  • One person thinks the Suns will make a trade

    Will Lon Babby, Lance Blanks and the Phoenix Suns do their best Monty Hall impersonation before next week’s draft and make a deal? One person sure seems to think so. Mickael Pietrus’ agent, Bill McCandless, told the Arizona Republic’s Paul Coro Tuesday that he has a sneaking suspicion changes are coming to the Suns’ roster. […]
  • Steve Nash: I want to play three years

    The Phoenix Suns may want to keep Steve Nash in purple and orange for the remainder of his career, but does he want to stay in the Valley? We don’t know exactly. What we do know is just how long Nash envisions said career lasting. In an interview with AM New York, Nash laid out […]
  • Desert Dog Blog: Coyotes Preparing for NHL Draft

    GLENDALE — The 2011 NHL Entry Draft is fast approaching next week so I figured today was a good day to provide Coyotes fans with the basic information. Keep in mind, a 2011 NHL Entry Draft microsite will be launched at phoenixcoyotes.com shortly to provide fans with more in-depth coverage of the Coyotes – and […]
  • Suns think Jimmer Fredette would be hard to pass up

    If you’re not a fan of Jimmer Fredette you may have to learn to love him in the not too distant future. The BYU superstar was in town to workout for the Phoenix Suns on Monday and the team’s front office seemed to like what they saw. “I really don’t question much about his abilities,” […]
  • NAU’s Cameron Jones gives Suns a look

    The Phoenix Suns had an Arizona flavor to their draft workout Tuesday, as Northern Arizona’s Cameron Jones was in town to give the team a look. Jones, who averaged 20.1 points per game for the Lumberjacks last season, is a likely target for a second round selection or as an undrafted free agent. The Suns, […]
  • Cardinals’ Sam Acho is an all-around good guy

    Under intangibles in the Arizona Cardinals’ draft report on Texas linebacker Sam Acho had to be the words: “All around great guy”. That’s because he not only excelled on the field as a Longhorn, but in the classroom as well, earning a double major in business and marketing. Not to mention he also makes yearly […]
  • Super Goldschmidt may be blocked by ‘Super Two’ rule

    You can’t read about the Diamondbacks’ farm system without seeing the name Paul Goldschmidt. Goldschmidt, currently tearing up the Double-A level with Mobile, has hit 21 home runs while carrying a .348 batting average. Given the D-backs’ struggles inconsistencies at first base, it could make sense for Arizona to call up the youngster and give […]
  • Fitzgerald and other big names will be on the field this July

    Sources have confirmed to ArizonaSports.com that Larry Fitzgerald will be on the field this July. Too bad it will be of the softball variety and not the football one. It was announced that the Arizona Cardinals star wide receiver will take part in the annual Taco Bell All-Star Legends and Celebrity softball game that will […]
  • Williams, not Fredette, is worth trading up for

    The Phoenix Suns may identify the guy they want, but waiting for him to fall to 13 may be a bad idea. So, the only other option would be trading up. That would not be a good idea, according to Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug Franz, if player they covet is Jimmer Fredette. “I look at […]