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  • Playfair may join Coyotes

    The Phoenix Coyotes may have a new assistant coach on Friday. Jim Playfair, who spent the past two years coaching the American Hockey League’s Abbotsford Heat, has been offered a job under Phoenix Coyotes Head Coach Dave Tippett. Playfair has NHL experience as he was the head coach of the Calgary Flames during the 2006-07 […]
  • Coyotes jerseys among ugliest

    The days of wearing jerseys solely to identify teams are long gone. Jerseys are now a fashion statement. People wear them almost everywhere they go and not always because they are fans of the team or the player, but because the color scheme matches the rest of their outfit or the logo looks cool. Business […]
  • NFL lockout could cause Flagstaff to miss out

    As the possibility that NFL football could become a thing of the 2010-2011 season looms, the home of the Arizona Cardinals training camp is taking stock of the situation.
  • New Hulsizer deal needs to get done for Coyotes, fans

    Matthew Hulsizer is sniffing around Arena again - thank goodness.
  • Inside the Box: Young’s homer good as gold

    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 9, 2011: Diamondbacks 2, Pirates 0 The Good: Pitcher Micah Owings threw two innings out of the bullpen after Josh Collmenter was pulled after just five innings. Joe Paterson […]
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  • Archie Bradley set to meet with Diamondbacks

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are on the clock. Not to make a pick, but rather to sign one. On Monday the D-backs drafted right-handed high school phenom pitcher Archie Bradley with the seventh pick overall. In most cases the club would have plenty of time to try and sign the highly touted young arm but his […]
  • Suns get first-hand look at possible draft picks

    The Suns’ preparations for the 2011 NBA Draft have been ramped up a notch, as a half dozen players took part in a workout at the US Airways Center Thursday. Projected as second rounders, Jon Diebler, Diante Garrett, JaJuan Johnson, DeAndre Liggens, Jacob Pullen and Alex Tyus all gave the Suns a first-hand look at […]
  • Eagles’ president talks Kolb trade

    Will the Philadelphia Eagles actually trade Kevin Kolb when the lockout is finally over? It’s a question that has floated around the Internet for the past few weeks after former Philly wideout Freddie Mitchell told the backup quarterback he couldn’t trust Andy Reid’s word. On Thursday Eagles president Joe Banner, according to Philadelphia Sports Daily, […]
  • Arizona Diamondbacks and the disappearing bats

    The Diamondbacks’ bullpen has carried the team for most of the season, a key reason for their surge to the top of the NL West. Struggling for the first time since last season (or at least, it seems that way), everyone is quick to point the finger at the relievers for the team’s recent mini-skid. […]
  • Gibson among best new managers

    There have been plenty who are skeptical of Kirk Gibson’s managing style, but no one is questioning the results. In Kirk Gibson’s first full season as manager the Arizona Diamondbacks were expected to struggle like they did last year. Instead, they are right in the middle of the National League West race. Sports Illustrated took […]
  • Is Carson Palmer to Arizona still possible?

    Thanks to the NFL lockout, the Arizona Cardinals have been unable to acquire a quarterback and begin to familiarize him with their offense. Instead, the Cardinals have had plenty of time to weigh their options and to provide media and fans with enough gossip and rumors to keep high school girls happy. Carson Palmer is […]
  • Breaston says lockout is all about greed

    Steve Breaston has a lot of free time on his hands thanks to the NFL lockout. While some players have taken to the Internet to openly admit they’re looking at the work stoppage like kids look at summer, as an extended vacation, the Arizona Cardinals’ wide receiver has turned to YouTube to let fans know […]
  • Might be time to temper expectations with the D-backs

    J.J. Putz recorded saves in his first 16 chances. David Hernandez and Joe Paterson had been lights out in their respective roles. All was good. And then the last week happened. While people may be worrying about what has become of the once-dominant D-backs bullpen — yes, those words were combined to make a sentence […]
  • Cardinals’ offensive line among league’s bottom third

    Although often overlooked, the offensive line may be the most important part of a football team. Without strong offensive line play a team’s offense is virtually ineffective. No matter how good a running back or quarterback may be, it is next to impossible to be effective on the ground, or through the air, if there […]
  • Bob Melvin leaves D-backs after just three weeks

    Well that was fast. Bob Melvin has already ended his third stint with the Arizona Diamondbacks less than a month after it began. On Thursday morning the Oakland Athletics announced that they had fired their manager Bob Geren and replaced him with Melvin. #Athletics announce today that Bob Geren has been relieved of his duties […]
  • LOST: One NBA Superstar

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  • Scouts say D-backs had best draft in MLB

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have made it clear that they need to strengthen their entire pitching staff, especially their bullpen. General Manager Kevin Towers has said that a team can never have too much pitching and this belief system was on display during the 2011 MLB Draft where the Diamondbacks selected four pitchers in the first […]
  • Cheat now, win now. Pay later.

    Since when does the NCAA take Visa, MasterCard, and American Express? [Full Disclosure: Paulie Personal Investing once bought stock in Webvan, which was recently named the “largest dot-com flop in history.” Uh, note to self: next time, invest in Wikipedia, where that extensive research was just conducted.] Hey, who needs financial acumen? Paulie Plastic still […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs suffer tough loss

    Arizona Diamondbacks second baseman Ryan Roberts, left, tags out Pittsburgh Pirates' Chris Snyder while Snyder attempted to stretch a single during the second inning of a baseball game, Wednesday, June 8, 2011, in Pittsburgh. Snyder left the game with lower back pain after the slide. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)