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  • Arizona Diamondbacks hit five homers, beat Washington Nationals

    Ketel Marte hit two of Arizona's five homers and the Diamondbacks beat the Washington Nationals 10-3 on Saturday afternoon.
  • Diamondbacks to start Archie Bradley Sunday against Nationals

    With the back end of the starting rotation in flux, the Arizona Diamondbacks are giving Archie Bradley the start in the series finale against the Nationals.
  • Report: Lakers, Pelicans agree on Anthony Davis trade

    The deal pairs Davis with 34-year-old superstar LeBron James. It also gives the Pelicans promising young players and the opportunity to acquire more.
  • Ketel Marte wastes little time, blasts two homers off Stephen Strasburg

    Arizona Diamondbacks center fielder Ketel Marte needed just one swing of the bat Saturday afternoon to make an impact against the Washington Nationals.
  • Phoenix Rising looks to extend 4-game winning streak against familiar foe

    Phoenix Rising FC will look to extend its four-game winning streak as it hosts Western Conference rival Orange County SC on Saturday night.
  • Arizona Cardinals players, coaches on 98.7 FM for 2019 mini-camp

    The Arizona Cardinals' offseason is at a lull with the completion of mandatory mini-camp on Thursday and 98.7 FM had plenty of guests throughout the week.
  • ASU RB Eno Benjamin makes list of 10 best running backs in 2019

    Arizona State running back Eno Benjamin makes list of the 10 best running backs coming into the 2019 college football season.
  • Brittney Griner’s double-double not enough as Mercury fall to Sparks

    The Phoenix Mercury fell to the Los Angeles Sparks on Friday night despite Brittney Griner's double-double consisting of 24 points and 13 rebounds.
  • Four former Sun Devils make cut at 119th US Open

    Four former Arizona State Sun Devils made the cut of the 119th U.S. Open following the completion of the second round on Friday.
  • D-backs fall to Nationals, 22 scoreless-innings pitched streak snapped

    The Arizona Diamondbacks fell to the Washington Nationals on Friday night. The D-backs' scoreless-innings pitched streak also came to an end at 22.
  • Nationals bring D-backs’ scoreless-innings pitched streak to end at 22

    The Washington Nationals brought the Arizona Diamondbacks' scoreless-innings pitched streak to an end on Friday night at 22.
  • Arizona Coyotes re-sign defenseman Ilya Lyubushkin to 1-year deal

    The Coyotes have re-signed defenseman Ilya Lyubushkin, who was a rookie in the NHL in 2018-19 and played 41 games for Arizona.
  • D-backs place Alex Avila on 10-day IL, recall Joseph

    Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Alex Avila suffered a left calf strain and was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday.
  • Injuries in Finals, inevitable offseason power shifts bad news for Suns

    Because of two injuries in the NBA Finals, it just got a whole lot more difficult for the Phoenix Suns to compete for certain names on the market this offseason.
  • D-backs’ Zack Greinke: No-hitter would probably be a ‘hassle’

    D-backs ace Zack Greinke wasn't too interested in the fanfare that comes with throwing a no-hitter, which he nearly did on Thursday.
  • Rhythm or pace: Darius Garland, Coby White top PG options for Suns at No. 6

    The Phoenix Suns could have their choice between two point guard prospects at No. 6 in the NBA Draft.
  • Arizona Coyotes 2019 summer preview: Attempting to build on progress

    The Arizona Coyotes will attempt to improve on the progress they made in 2018-19, and it all starts with the NHL offseason.
  • Cardinals linebacker Jordan Hicks ready to be a leader

    New Cardinals linebacker Jordan Hicks joined Doug & Wolf to discuss why he joined the Cardinals and the role he's taking on the defense.
  • D-backs’ Daulton Varsho ranked as one of MLB’s best catcher prospects

    Arizona Diamondbacks 2017 second round pick Daulton Varsho makes The Athletic's list of top 10 catching prospects in baseball.
  • Toronto Raptors defeat Warriors to win first NBA championship

    The Toronto Raptors beat the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals to take home the championship for the first time in team history.