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  • Inside the Box: Nationals are here to play

    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 2, 2011: Nationals 6, Diamondbacks 1 The Good: The D-backs rally showed signs of life, but sometimes signs are wrong. Despite losing, the D-backs managed seven hits. Gerardo Parra […]
  • Brandon Webb still struggling with injury

    Former Diamondback pitcher Brandon Webb has had yet another setback.
  • Flynn is worth the Suns’ No. 13 pick

    With the news that Ricky Rubio will be trading in the sun and fun of Spain for the cold and well, less fun of Minneapolis and joining the Timberwolves this fall, Minnesota now has a logjam at the point guard position. Rumors emerged Thursday morning that more than a few teams are willing to help […]
  • A preseason All-American, Burfict should be face of the program

    Vontaze Burfict is the best player the Arizona State Sun Devils have. A preseason All-American, the junior linebacker is known for making plays on Saturdays and terrorizing opposing offenses. One thing he is not known for, however, is talking to the media. “I don’t even know what he looks like and I’m in the media,” […]
  • D-backs president says team is looking to deal

    Thursday morning Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal reported that sources were telling him the Arizona Diamondbacks are looking to add a ‘dominant reliever’ to their bullpen. We may now know who those sources likely were. The team themselves. During an Internet chat with fans on Dbacks.com Thursday afternoon, team president Derrick Hall made it clear that […]
  • Rumor: D-backs in search of ‘dominant reliever’ via trade

    It sounds like the Arizona Diamondbacks are looking to make a trade before the deadline . It just may not be for the type of player most people expect them to acquire. Everyone’s favorite bow tie wearing baseball sideline reporter, Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, is reporting that Kevin Towers and the D-backs are looking for […]
  • Suns active in trying to trade up for UA’s Williams

    The Phoenix Suns need a dynamic forward to replace Amare Stoudemire, and they may be able to find one in the 2011 NBA Draft. Just not at pick #13. Sources say Washington & Phoenix have been the most active teams trying to trade up for Derrick Williams. T’Wolves want a “veteran big man.”less than a […]
  • Broncos asking for second round pick for Orton

    The Arizona Cardinals are in desperate need for a quarterback, but acquiring one is much easier said than done. One of the quarterbacks the Cardinals have shown interest in is Denver’s Kyle Orton. While Orton may be a good fit in Arizona, he is also a good fit in Denver and the Broncos will not […]
  • Timberwolves want Nash to mentor Rubio

    It’s open season. Not for hunting, rather for Steve Nash trade rumors. While many are playing connect the dots and suggesting if Bryan Colangelo pries — or rather simply is handed — Mike D’Antoni from the Knicks and brings him to Toronto that his former point guard may not be far behind. On the surface […]
  • Diamondbacks could make a deal, but they probably shouldn’t

    How ‘bout those Diamondbacks! Sitting atop the NL West for the first time in a long time, the Diamondbacks are looking every bit the contender, something few of us really thought possible as recently as one month ago. So excited, is everyone, that the team’s management is looking for this team to be buyers, rather […]
  • Could Andy Reid be playing Cards and Kolb?

    The Kevin Kolb drama rolls on and in Thursday’s episode there is intrigue and possible deception on tap. That’s because former Eagles wide receiver Freddie “I’d like to thank my hands for being so great” Mitchell decided to take to the airwaves in Philadelphia to let Kolb know of the duplicitous nature of Andy Reid. […]
  • Diamondbacks trade deadline options

    For the first time since 2007, the Arizona Diamondbacks will likely be buyers, rather than sellers, at the trade deadline. The Diamondbacks, who have won eight of their last 10 and are in first place, are coming off a 19-win month a May, their most successful May in franchise history. Former Diamondback and current special […]
  • D-backs closer Putz gathers himself, does his job

    For the first time all season Arizona Diamondback J.J. Putz entered the game with a lead and didn’t close it out. He gave up a home run to Florida Marlin John Buck that tied the game at five. Putz has been spectacular for the D-backs this season, entering Wednesday’s game a perfect 16 for 16 […]
  • Suns interested in Jimmer. He’s interested in Suns.

    Depending on which reports or rumors you believe the Phoenix Suns are either very interested in Jimmer Fredette or hesitant because of his reported defensive shortcomings. Today we got definitive word — well, at least as definitive a word as we can before the draft — that they have interest in the BYU standout. On […]
  • If D’Antoni and Colangelo reunite in Toronto, could Nash be next?

    Steve Nash will be the subject of trade rumors until he either leaves the Suns or retires from the NBA. Possible destinations have included New York and Toronto, because of the point guard’s ties to the Knicks’ head coach and the country of Canada. What if, however, the two joined forces? With the Raptors seeking […]
  • Suns possible destination for PG Flynn

    A new point guard, and heir apparent to Steve Nash, could be coming to Phoenix sometime between now and the June 23 NBA Draft. After being drafted two years ago, Spanish guard Ricky Rubio will finally join the Minnesota Timberwolves next season, meaning they need to clear a roster spot for the young phenom. To […]
  • Gonzo thinks D-backs could add a bat

    Earlier this week ESPN analyst Buster Olney suggested the Arizona Diamondbacks might be looking to make a deal. Now someone within the organization’s front office acknowledges they could benefit from making a trade before the deadline. Former D-back great and current special assistant to the President & CEO Luis Gonzalez made it clear Thursday morning […]
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  • Inside the Box: D-backs rally, rally again

    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 1, 2011: Diamondbacks 6, Marlins 5 The Good: Starter Daniel Hudson was knocked around for four runs over the first three innings, then went the next four without allowing […]
  • Is Patrick Peterson too big to succeed?

    The phrase “too big to fail” has been thrown around in business, but in the NFL the opposite may hold true. At six-foot-one and 219 pounds, Cardianls first rounder Patrick Peterson is a little on the big side for a corner back. On ESPN’s NFL Live Wednesday analyst Mark Schlereth, while talking about the rookie, […]