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  • D-backs CEO Derrick Hall sees Wild Card format as beneficial

    Despite the Wild Card format being one of the D-backs' biggest foes over the years, President and CEO Derrick Hall doesn't see an issue with it.
  • D-backs’ Zack Greinke no-hits Washington through 6 in Arizona win

    Zack Greinke pitched a no-hitter through six innings before Trea Turner of the Washington Nationals got a hit to lead off the seventh.
  • David Johnson: Josh Rosen will be ‘one of the most dominant’ QBs

    Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson has a high opinion of Josh Rosen, but that doesn't mean he doesn't see great potential in Kyler Murray.
  • Opportunity awaits Arizona Cardinals’ rookie receivers

    The Arizona Cardinals are implementing a brand new offense, one that includes rookie wide receivers Andy Isabella, Hakeem Butler and KeeSean Johnson.
  • Kings to reportedly hire former Suns coach Igor Kokoskov as assistant

    Former Phoenix Suns head coach Igor Kokoskov has reportedly landed a job as an assistant coach with the Sacramento Kings.
  • Arizona Coyotes announce 2019 preseason schedule

    The Arizona Coyotes announced their preseason schedule with the news that admission will be free for first responders, service members and kids under 14.
  • Arizona Cardinals release cornerback David Amerson

    The Arizona Cardinals released cornerback David Amerson following the completion of the team's mandatory mini-camp on Thursday.
  • Phoenix Rising FC acquire Ramone Howell from Nashville

    Phoenix Rising FC has accquired Jamaician midfielder Ramone Howell from Nashville SC ahead of Saturday's match against Orange County SC.
  • Herm Edwards to join faculty at ASU Cronkite Journalism School

    Arizona State University announced that head football coach Herm Edwards will join the Cronkite School of Journalism as a member of the faculty.
  • Report: Free agent defensive end Andre Branch visiting Cardinals

    Free agent defensive end Andre Branch is reportedly visiting with the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
  • Cardinals keeping offense under wraps, but hope it to be ‘explosive’

    The Arizona Cardinals are keeping the details of their offense quiet. But Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray have dropped limited hints.
  • Cardinals’ Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray shaking off first-year feeling

    It's the first year in the NFL for Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray, but the Cardinals' coach and quarterback have enjoyed some familiarity.
  • Suns could play it safe at No. 6 in NBA Draft with De’Andre Hunter

    Virginia's De'Andre Hunter would be a boring pick for the Suns at No. 6 but he's a safe bet to help the Suns win basketball games.
  • Quentin Harris discusses his, others’ rise through Cardinals front office

    New Cardinals' Director of Player Personnel Quentin Harris joined Doug & Wolf to discuss his new role and his journey through the Cardinals' ranks.
  • Cardinals’ WR Andy Isabella sets bar high for rookie season

    Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Andy Isabella has already set the bar high for himself in his upcoming rookie season.
  • Blues rout Bruins in Game 7 to win 1st Stanley Cup

    The St. Louis Blues routed the Boston Bruins in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals. The Blues are now 4-0 in Game 7s since 2016.
  • Coyotes to hold prospect development camp at Gila River Arena

    The Arizona Coyotes will be hosting a development camp showcasing some of their top prospects at Gila River Arena from June 24-28.
  • Merrill Kelly dominates in D-backs’ 3-hit shutout over Phillies

    The Arizona Diamondbacks improved their record to 5-1 on the 10-game road trip. Merrill Kelly allowed no runs on three hits in 7.2 innings pitched.
  • D-backs’ Kelly continues dominant June in third consecutive start

    Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Merrill Kelly continues to dominate in the month of June after allowing no runs in 7.2 innings on Wednesday night.
  • Cardinals offensive line looking to turn page from injury-filled 2018

    It's a new year for the offensive line, with players returning from injury and new additions from the offseason filling the Cardinals training facility.