Javale Mcgee Charity Celebrity Softball Game in Chase Field a Big Hit

https://www.facebook.com/Kazual360/ Softball is a sport that brings people together, and this was the case for Javale McGee and friends at his annual celebrity softball game. The Juglife Foundation is a charity founded by Javale McGee some eight years ago, and the softball game aids in raising money to bring fresh water to places that otherwise... Continue Reading →

Phoenix Suns Answers to their Problems Could Be right in Their Own Backyard

The summer is going to shape up to be a very interesting off-season for the Phoenix Suns, as they have several decisions to make concerning their roster going forward.Getting bounced in the second round to the up-and-coming Dallas Mavericks was definitely not the way the team and its fans envisioned the finish to a remarkable... Continue Reading →

Arizona Diamondbacks Drop Another Close One to Cincinnati 5-3

The Diamondbacks put on a defensive clinic in front of the 15,000 fans that came to the game.  Both teams allowed 0 runs through 9 innings, Zach Davies continued to his season long pitch of under 2 ERA, and Alek Thomas continued to make defensive plays of the year. In this pitching duel, the Cincinnati... Continue Reading →

Arizona D-Backs Wins Final Away Game Of Away Stretch

The Diamondbacks finished a long road trip with a win ending the 10 games in 10 days away stretch against the Pirates, Reds, and the Phillies.  This away trip was not the outcome fans were hoping for with only 4 wins in ten games.  A peculiar thing about this road trip is Arizona did better... Continue Reading →

Arizona DiamondBacks Bats Go Cold in Pittsburgh

The Arizona Diamondbacks in game 1 against the Pittsburgh Pirates put up 8 runs and 10 hits.  The game also featured a multi-home run game by Alek Thomas.  Game 2 and 3 combined, featured 1 point and 9 hits.  The most troublesome area isn’t necessarily the lack of hits because in baseball this is bound... Continue Reading →

Phoenix Mercury Return Home After Long Road Trip Fall Short

Returning home from a tough road trip, the Phoenix Mercury looked to get in the win column in the comforts of the Footprint Center in downtown Phoenix. Early on Diana Taurasi got the Mercury going scoring the team's first 6 points and keeping them afloat. A very good team the Connecticut Sun comes in at... Continue Reading →

Diamondbacks Overwhelm Pirates With A Barrage Of Home Runs

Over the previous 6 games, the Diamondbacks have only hit 2 home runs despite being in second place for most home runs in the national league.  Today Arizona proved why they are in second place smashing 5 home runs in Pittsburgh today.  Walker, Thomas, Marte, and McCarthy all hit homers today leading Arizona to an... Continue Reading →

How Realistic is a Kevin Durant to the Phoenix Suns Scenario

This would be the biggest blockbuster trade in Suns history if they could pull this off. Kevin Durant as a Phoenix Suns for some reason just fits, when in times past would have never been something that could come remotely close to reality. But let's not sleep on something like this happening, we have seen... Continue Reading →

Kyler Murray Shows Up to Team OTA’s as a Leader Should

Star Quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals Kyler Murray made a surprising move this off-season, showing up at the team's OTA’s this Wednesday morning in Tempe. Most of the talk around the media was that Murray was not going to show without a new contract in place. Well, there he was, in his warm-up gear complete... Continue Reading →

WHERE ARE YOU ARIZONA FANS?

Why is it that every time there is an Arizona Diamondback game in play, all there is to be seen is the opposing fans and not Arizona fans in the stands at games?  At least I can see with the Dodgers, they have a better history and are close to Arizona, but how far away... Continue Reading →

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