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  • D-backs select 29 players on second draft day

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks announced that they selected an additional 16 pitchers in rounds 2-30 of Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft today, according to D-backs’ Director, Scouting Ray Montgomery. The D-backs drafted right-handed pitchers Trevor Bauer and Archie Bradley with the third and seventh picks, respectively, yesterday, as well as left-handed pitcher Andrew […]
  • Coyotes part ways with goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov

    Afraid they would not be able to re-sign the goaltender, the Phoenix Coyotes traded the negotiating rights for Ilya Bryzgalov to the Philadelphia Flyers. “After several discussions with Ilya and his agent, it became very clear to us that we were not in a position to sign Ilya to a long-term contract,” said Coyotes GM […]
  • Larry Fitzgerald is more than a football player

    Larry Fitzgerald is known for a lot of things, such as his amazing ability to snatch footballs from the air like a frog grabs a fly, his long flowing hair and his affable nature. One thing Fitzgerald doesn’t get nearly enough attention for is the great work he does for charities across the country. Whether […]
  • Throwback Bauer could contribute soon for D-backs

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks first round selection Trevor Bauer could be making an impact for the Major League team sooner than expected. The third overall pick of the 2011 MLB Draft believes he can get big-league hitters out. “Confidence-wise I’m sure I can do it. I’m fully confident I can be competitive against Major […]
  • D-backs pick Bauer is different and that’s fine

    Trevor Bauer, who the D-backs picked with the third overall selection in the 2011 MLB Draft, is a little unconventional. From the time he takes the mound each inning and throws his first warmup selection to every pitch he throws, he’s just a little…different. And that’s fine, according to the Sports Interactive crew. “This guy’s […]
  • Gibson, Vasquez suspended following Sunday’s ejections

    When Esmerling Vasquez hit Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa in the top of the 8th inning Sunday, both he and manager Kirk Gibson were ejected. A warning had been issued to both clubs earlier in the game, meaning if an umpire felt a pitcher threw at a hitter he and his skipper would be kicked […]
  • Fitzgerald eases fears while giving away leverage

    Larry Fitzgerald knows the Arizona Cardinals need to improve. After going 5-11 last season, so does everyone else. However, as has often been a theme of this off-season, concerns that today’s decisions could affect the Pro Bowler’s future in Arizona were brought up. Fitzgerald, though, pretty much said the plan is to stay in Arizona. […]
  • Fitzgerald doesn’t want to leave Cardinals

    The lockout has put a halt to more in the NFL than a pileup on the I-10 does to people’s drive home. No free agency, no trades, and no team workouts. That doesn’t mean Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowl receiver Larry Fitzgerald isn’t still all business despite none of it getting done around the league. While […]
  • Some ideas to help struggling Diamondbacks fans

    As the Diamondbacks embark on a road trip it gives us a chance to take stock in what we have. The team is contending for the NL West crown, there are a few legitimate All-Star candidates, they have a solid foundation of youth and, unfortunately, some struggling fans. Averaging 22,910 a game through 33 home […]
  • Texas’ Thompson could be fit for Suns

    With the NBA draft fast approaching names are starting to emerge that the Phoenix Suns may have interest in. Guys like Jeremy Hazell, Klay Thompson and Jordan Hamilton have all been mentioned and will be in town Friday for Workouts. One name not included in that list that fans should keep an eye on is […]
  • Diamondbacks receiving praise for draft picks

    A team holding a pair of picks in the top 10 of the draft has a lot of pressure not to mess up. It is a golden opportunity to add quality youth to the organization, securing players who could make a great impact at some point in the future. Well, the Arizona Diamondbacks didn’t mess […]
  • Newest D-backs turn to Twitter to share excitement

    If you’re in your late teens and early twenties now-a-days when something important happens in life you turn to social media to share it with your friends, family and the world. For the Arizona Diamondbacks two first round picks, Trevor Bauer and Archie Bradley, it’s no different. Within hours of being selected by the club […]
  • Why were Cardinals QBs running for their lives?

    If it seemed like Cardinals QBs were constantly running for their lives last season, your eyes deceived you a little bit. But not much. According to ProFootballFocus, Arizona ranked 22nd in the NFL in pressure-per-passing play, with a rush coming 39.25% of the time. By their count, Arizona dropped back to pass 642 times, with […]
  • D-backs take Chafin with 43rd overall pick

    The Arizona Diamondbacks selected left-handed pitcher Andrew Chafin out of Kent State with their 43rd overall draft pick on Monday.
  • Shane Doan should win Messier leadership award

    Phoenix Coyotes captain Shane Doan has been named a finalist for the Mark Messier Leadership Award, the Coyotes announced today in a press release.
  • Are the Arizona Diamondbacks becoming the ‘bad guys’?

    After a highly contested series with the Washington Nationals that saw more players get hit than an NFL game, it’s no surprise people are starting to wonder about the Arizona Diamondbacks reputation. “Are the Arizona Diamondbacks becoming ‘that team’? Do they have ‘that’ reputation? Last year was horrible,” Dave Burns said on Sports 620 KTAR’s […]
  • Diamondbacks grab Archie Bradley with second first round pick

    One year ago, when the Diamondbacks selected pitcher Barret Loux out of Texas A&M with the sixth pick in the draft, many wondered why the team reached with such an important selection. As the months went by and Loux remained unsigned, their plan became apparent: Don’t sign Loux, instead getting a compensatory pick in the […]
  • Diamondbacks tab Trevor Bauer with No. 3 pick

    With the third pick in the 2011 MLB first year player draft, the Arizona Diamondbacks select…Trevor Bauer, right-handed pitcher from UCLA. The pick, which turned out to be a surprise to no one, looks like a good one for Arizona. The Collegiate Baseball Player of the Year and Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year, Bauer represents […]
  • Could Kerry Wood be a fit for the Diamondbacks?

    It’s no secret that the Arizona Diamondbacks are interested in adding bullpen depth via trade. Their team president, Derrick Hall, told fans and the media as much last week. For the first time, we have a name that general manager Kevin Towers and the club could have interest in. Sports 620 KTAR’s John Gambadoro thinks […]
  • Lockout is playing games with Kevin Kolb’s value

    First he’s the next great quarterback, needing only an opportunity to show his stuff. Then, suddenly, he’s overrated, a mediocre-at-best signal caller who crumbles under pressure and can’t complete a deep ball. Trying to determine Kevin Kolb’s value during the lockout has been like Derek Anderson trying to be an NFL quarterback: an exercise in […]