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  • Snapshot: Cardinals fall apart in loss to Giants

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  • The fumble that wasn’t, Cardinals get tough break on call

    Kerry Rhodes called it “crazy.” Giants QB Eli Manning said “We got a break on that one, I think.” In question is a fourth quarter play where Giants receiver Victor Cruz made a catch, fell down, got back up and had the ball stripped. The Cardinals recovered the fumble, but the Giants maintained possession. The […]
  • Bad, bad inning leads to D-backs loss to Brewers in Game 2 of NLDS

    The Arizona Diamondbacks can look to the bottom of the sixth inning of their 9-4 Game 2 National League Division Series loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. In the inning before Justin Upton hit a deep shot to the left field seats to tie the game 4-4. Starting pitcher Daniel Hudson started the inning and after […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs now down 0-2 to Brewers in NLDS

    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 October 2, 2011: Brewers 9, Diamondbacks 4 The Good: In going down 0-2 in a playoff series it can be hard to find any good. For the Arizona Diamondbacks the […]
  • Cardinals let chances slip away against Giants

    Two weeks ago the Cardinals had a chance to put together a game-winning drive against the Redskins, only to fall short after Chansi Stuckey coughed up the football. One week ago the Cardinals had a chance to, at the very least, get a game-tying field goal attempt, only to see a Kevin Kolb interception end […]
  • Notes from the Nest: Cardinals vs. Giants

    :51 left in fourth quarter Kolb throws incomplete trying to force the ball to Fitz, that will do it. A collapse the likes of which has not been seen since, well, a while. Cardinals will lose 31-27 and be kicking themselves. 2:35 left in fourth quarter Cardinals will begin the drive on their own 24, […]
  • Desert Dog Blog: Coyotes roster must be trimmed

    GLENDALE – The Coyotes had 26 players on the roster for Saturday’s win over San Jose in the preseason finale and six players were scratched. General Manager Don Maloney and his staff need to trim at least three players before noon (AZ time) on Wednesday. Maloney told me before Saturday’s game that he may slice […]
  • ESPN insider: Brewers “wrong match-up” for D-backs

    PHOENIX – Most of the so-called experts are picking the Milwaukee Brewers to defeat the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NLDS. ESPN insider Keith Law is one of them as he predicts the Brewers to hold off the D-backs in five games. “This just looks to me like the wrong match-up and not the most ideal […]
  • 45 out of 47 experts pick the Brewers over D-backs

    After winning 94 games this season, many of which included late inning comebacks, the Arizona Diamondbacks still aren’t getting any love from MLB analysts. Forty-five out of 47 national experts have picked the Milwaukee Brewers to win the NLDS, which begins Saturday. Pedro Gomez and Howard Bryant both of ESPN are the only two that […]
  • DC Ray Horton says pride must be put aside to learn defense

    Cardinals Defensive Coordinator Ray Horton feels good about the strides his group made last week against Seattle but knows some things will have to change. “You have to add something,” he said. “You can’t do what we did last week for 16 games and be successful. You have to come after people, and we are.” […]
  • Whisenhunt ‘very optimistic’ Beanie Wells, Stephens-Howling will play

    Just when it seemed like Beanie Wells was ready to be the running back the Cardinals thought he could be he went down with a hamstring injury. This happened, of course, with LaRod Stephens-Howling already injured and with rookie Ryan Williams out for the season. Needless to say, runners have been in short supply for […]
  • Diamondbacks enjoying Hollywood season

    It has been a season ripped right out of the pages of a Hollywood script for the Diamondbacks. Coming off two consecutive seasons in which they lost more than 90 games, with a starting rotation that featured relatively unknown starters and a lineup that lacked a big bat, most experts picked the D-backs to finish […]
  • Todd Heap ready to go against Giants

    After getting blindsided from a block by Seahawk Kam Chancellor, Cardinals tight end Todd Heap says he is good to go this week against the New York Giants. The hit drew an unnecessary roughness flag, but Heap is not holding on to any grudges. “I’m pretty much over it,” said Heap. “Obviously we play them […]
  • D-backs coach Don Baylor hospitalized in Milwaukee

    Arizona Diamondbacks hitting coach Don Baylor was taken to a hospital Friday in Milwaukee. Diamondbacks Executive Vice President and General Manager Kevin Towers, in a statement, said, “Don Baylor was lightheaded and fainted earlier this morning. He was taken to the hospital for precautionary reasons and further tests.” Baylor is in his first season as […]
  • You voted: Top 5 moments in the 2011 Diamondbacks regular season

    The Diamondbacks won 94 games this season, and needless to say there were plenty of exciting moments along the way. However, we could not narrow it down to five on our own, so we took the vote to the fans. So, without further ado, we submit to you the top five moments in the 2011 […]
  • Daniel Hudson gets the nod for D-backs in Game 2

    Though the move may have been expected, now it is official: Daniel Hudson will start Game 2 for the Diamondbacks against the Brewers Sunday. Manager Kirk Gibson made the announcement, according to the D-backs’ Twitter page, meaning the 16-game winner will take the hill for the first time in a playoff game. Hudson, as you […]
  • Predicting the Diamondbacks? Good luck

    It’s a joke, right? Either that or the email was sent to the wrong guy because there is no way you’d seriously ask me to do this. It’s absurd. My homework assignment tonight from our webmaster/taskmaster is as follows: “With the Diamondbacks in the playoffs we figured it’d be fun (and a good idea) to […]
  • Lauri Korpikoski should be a Coyotes captain

    As the Phoenix Coyotes head into a new season, the team is facing a lot of questions. How will the goaltending situation fare after the departure of Ilya Bryzgalov? Is the first line made of veterans the best option? Who can help captain Shane Doan lead the team into a (hopefully) great season? The Coyotes […]
  • Despite 1-2 start, Larry Fitzgerald encouraged by Kevin Kolb

    The Arizona Cardinals offense may have struggled last week against a poor Seattle Seahawks team, but there is a lot of football to be played and a quarterback to develop. “[Kevin Kolb]’s only been here eight weeks and he had a huge disadvantage not having the off-season program and all the time that most quarterbacks […]
  • Derrick Hall having fun, ready for series with Milwaukee

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have surprised a lot of people this season and the president and CEO of the team is one of them. “This season turned out better than I thought,” Derrick Hall said on Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf Show. The regular season may have turned out well, but a match-up with the […]