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  • Mercury drop 2nd straight, Lynx’s Fowles sets WNBA record

    Bonner led the Mercury with 27 points and Brittney Griner scored 12. Diana Taurasi and Sancho Lyttle were both out for the game.
  • By the numbers: D-backs have highs, lows coming off All-Star break

    Following the team's first series after the All-Star break, take a look back at the weekend in St. Louis where Arizona went 1-2.
  • Mike Hazen’s past July trades since becoming D-backs GM

    Arizona Diamondbacks GM Mike Hazen's history of July trades have mostly proved to be useful for the team in the past few seasons.
  • D-backs’ late rally falls short in series finale loss to Cardinals

    Arizona trailed 5-0 going to the ninth before Domingo Leyba and Tim Locastro had RBI singles against John Brebbia.
  • Paul Goldschmidt homers off Zack Greinke to the upper deck

    Paul Goldschmidt smacked a 416-foot home run off his former teammate, Zack Greinke, in the third inning against the Diamondbacks.
  • Djokovic edges Federer in 5 sets for 5th Wimbledon trophy

    Novak Djokovic became the first man in 71 years to win Wimbledon after facing match points in the final, beating Roger Federer in a fifth-set tiebreaker.
  • Cardinals’ offseason additions should improve historically bad offense

    The Air Raid offense is coming to the desert with the intentions of turning around a historically bad offensive season for the Arizona Cardinals in 2018.
  • Sioux Falls ruins Rattlers’ perfect season, takes United Bowl in Glendale

    The Arizona Rattlers were unable to cap a perfect regular season with a United Bowl Championship as they fell to the Sioux Falls Storm on Saturday.
  • Phoenix Rising earns all 3 points to extend winning streak to 9

    Phoenix Rising FC extended its club-record winning streak to nine games via a 1-0 victory over Rio Grande Valley FC Toros on Saturday night.
  • D-backs’ 3 errors prove costly in narrow loss to Cardinals

    The Arizona Diamondbacks fell to the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 on Saturday night, but only one of those runs was earned as the D-backs committed three errors.
  • D-backs’ Jarrod Dyson robs Paul Goldschmidt of a home run

    D-backs left fielder Jarrod Dyson robbed former Diamondback Paul Goldschmidt of a home run in the bottom of the third inning on Saturday night.
  • Phoenix Rising looks to extend 8-game win streak away to RGV

    Coming off a bye week, Phoenix Rising FC will look to extend its club-record eight-game winning streak away to Rio Grande Valley FC Toros on Saturday night.
  • Simona Halep defeats Serena Williams in Wimbledon final

    On top of her game right from start to finish, Halep overwhelmed Williams 6-2, 6-2 in stunning fashion for her second major championship.
  • Angels throw no-hitter in 1st home game since passing of Tyler Skaggs

    The Los Angeles Angels combined to no-hit the Seattle Mariners on Friday night. It was the Angels' first home game since the passing of Tyler Skaggs.
  • SI ranks ASU’s Eno Benjamin as 42nd best player in country

    A ranking by Sports Illustrated had the Sun Devils running back as the 42nd best player in college football, and seventh-best in the conference.
  • Rivalry continues between Rattlers, Storm in 2019 United Bowl

    The Rattlers and Storm will continue their rivarly by meeting in the IFL playoffs for the third straight year, and this time it's for the 2019 United Bowl.
  • Robbie Ray dominates Cardinals, Goldy in first game of second half

    D-backs starter Robbie Ray dominated both the Cardinals and Paul Goldschmidt in his first game against Arizona since being traded.
  • Phoenix Mercury come up short in Taurasi season debut

    Despite Diana Taurasi making her 2019 season debut, the Phoenix Mercury fell to the Connecticut Sun on Friday night, 79-64.
  • Arizona CB Patrick Peterson ‘would love to be a Cardinal for life’

    Sitting down with Sirius XM recently, Peterson spoke on the turmoil that's surrounded him for months, while also talking about his future with the team.
  • Taurasi to make season debut after undergoing back surgery

    After missing the first 13 games of the season, Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi will make her season debut on the road Friday against the Connecticut Sun.