www.canadianbusiness.com Mark Reynolds will be a D-Back no more.The Arizona Diamondbacks are getting some help where they desperately need it -- and it's costing third baseman Mark Reynolds his job.According to Arizona Republic sports reporter Nick Piecoro, the D-Backs have agreed to trade ... More >>
nydailynews.comDon MattinglyDon Mattingly is finally getting his chance to manage a baseball team, although the major leagues are still a step away. The Dodgers' bench coach will manage the Phoenix Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League, a hopeful step in the right direction for Mattingly. Mat ... More >>
MLB developmental league wraps season with title tilt
I'll be the first to admit that my interest in baseball has everything to do with the beer and the ballpark food -- hot dogs, bratwursts, fries, you name it. This is the kind of food I should've been eating all summer, but for some reason I didn't make it to any D-Backs games this year.   ... More >>
While Snakes hibernate, promising youngsters come out to play
Baseball, hot dogs, and pumpkin pie
Baseball ain't over ´til it's over
Even after catching the big unit's masterpiece, Robby Hammock still marvels that he's made it to the show.
Think your kid could be the next Shea Hillenbrand or Curt Schilling? Hook him up with the major leaguers in metro Phoenix youth baseball.
Sure we're excited. It's the World Series!
The Arizona Fall League will soon begin
A Phoenix league goes to bat for women's baseball
Harvey McElhannon sells Diamondback Beer, and was the first to file for that trademark. Now Jerry Colangelo and Major League Baseball want him eighty-sixed.