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  • Archie Bradley is ready for some socially distanced, fan-free trash talk

    Without fans in the stands, Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Archie Bradley is curious what trash talk will be like this MLB season.
  • Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher David Price opts out of 2020 season

    David Price, acquired by the Los Angeles Dodgers this offseason, has opted out of the 2020 season, citing safety for himself and his family.
  • Starling, Ketel Marte use Ken Kendrick’s plane to get back to USA

    Ketel Marte and Starling Marte, who were in their home country of the Dominican Republic, flew back in time for Arizona Diamondbacks camp.
  • Joey Chestnut, Miki Sudo break records in hot dog eating contest

    Joey Chestnut ate 75 hot dogs and buns and Miki Sudo ate 48.5 in the Nathan's Famous Hot Dog-Eating Contest on July 4, both of which are records.
  • Suns scheduled to play 3 exhibition games before NBA season resumes

    The Phoenix Suns will have three scrimmage games against other NBA teams to get their feet wet before the season resumes.
  • Then and now: Return jobs up for grabs on Cardinals special teams

    Zane Gonzalez is back, while the Cardinals must replace kick and punt returner Pharoh Cooper. Will Christian Kirk and Andy Isabella step in?
  • Welcome to summer camp at Chase Field, where everything is different

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have started "summer camp," where training looks different in anticipation for the 60-game MLB season.
  • After COVID-19 cases in family, Bradley hopes baseball can help unite country

    Arizona Diamondbacks RHP Archie Bradley's parents and brother had the coronavirus. Now, he hopes baseball can be a "shining light" to help unite the country.
  • Cleveland Indians look into changing name amid pressure

    Amid mounting pressure by racial movements, the Cleveland Indians are reviewing changing their name that has been debated for a long time.
  • Victor Oladipo to sit out of NBA return; Suns play Pacers in fourth game

    The Phoenix Suns will be able to avoid playing against Indiana Pacers star Victor Oladipo, who will sit out of NBA resumption due to injury rehab.
  • NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson tests positive for coronavirus

    Jimmie Johnson is the first driver in any NASCAR series to test positive. He will miss this weekend's race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
  • 38 people within MLB organizations test positive for coronavirus

    Diamondbacks GM Mike Hazen said the MLB's 1.2% positive coronavirus test rate is a good start but needs to be sustained before he'll be encouraged by it.
  • Looking back: How have D-backs teams done after 60 games?

    The Major League Baseball season in 2020 will only be 60 games long. How did past Diamondbacks teams do after just 60 games?
  • Redskins undergoing ‘thorough review’ of team name

    In a statement, the team said recent events around the U.S. and feedback from the community prompted the formal review of the name.
  • Coronavirus cancellation timeline: MLB cancels All-Star Game

    Here's a look at everything that's transpired and all things impacted by the coronavirus this week in the sports landscape.
  • MLB cancels All-Star Game for 1st time since 1945

    The All-Star Game scheduled for July 14 was canceled Friday because of the coronavirus pandemic, and Dodger Stadium was awarded the 2022 Midsummer Classic.
  • Then and now: Cardinals can hope OLB is more than the Chandler Jones show

    Devon Kennard joins Chandler Jones in Vance Joseph's attacking defensive front, and rookie Isaiah Simmons' pass-rushing talents could come into play, too.
  • Suns’ Williams ‘blown away’ by Cam Johnson since returning from break

    Suns head coach Monty Williams has already noticed that some of his young players have improved during the time the NBA season was on pause.
  • Deandre Ayton trusts NBA to keep Suns safe from COVID-19 in Orlando

    Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton said the believes in the plan the league has to keep everyone safe in Orlando and trusts his team to follow the rules.
  • Deandre Ayton enjoyed quarantine, is bringing killer mentality to Orlando

    Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton used the quarantine to connect with his family and detach from basketball, but he's returning with domination in mind.