Jazz is for everyone. At least, that's the message that the owners of The Nash want to spread. This June, Phoenix the award-winning jazz venue will host a number of summer workshops for the second year in a row. The workshops are designed for anyone looking to improve their skills or even learn ne ... More >>
While Ian Kennedy hasn't delivered many wins this year with his pitches, the Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher certainly sparked off the most unforgettable moments of the season and made headlines across the sports world with a certain 92 m.p.h. fastball he tossed last night against the Los Ange ... More >>
If you love local food trucks, Food Network, or Man v. Food on the Travel Channel, here's an event for you.
Don't take this personally, guys (I'm sure you could give a hoot), but here's our least favorite D-Backs over the course of the team's eleven-year history.1. ARMANDO REYNOSO--Was popular in the clubhouse, but the right-hander from Mexico drove us crazy during his 66 starts here by being the slowe ... More >>
sports.yahoo.comChicago Cubs starting pitcher Ryan Dempster got wrecked last night.Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Ryan Dempster's had a miserable outing last night -- far, far beyond miserable. Dempster pitched 1/3 of an inning in the Arizona Diamondbacks' 11-2 home win over the Cubs Thursday -- ... More >>
Mark Reynolds: Welcome to the 40-homer club.With their lineup back at full-strength, the Arizona Diamondbacks looked -- for a weekend, at least -- like a team that could be dangerous in September. Against the reeling Houston Astros, the hitters hit well and the pitchers pitched well and everyone ... More >>
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.
Matt Williams isn't the only dad who struggles with the baseball life
Letters from the week of September 26, 2002
Letters from the week of September 19, 2002
Major League Baseball is poised to strike once again. It's time for the fans to give baseball their own preemptive strike.
Hunches almost sunk Bob Brenly. But in the end, they defined his legacy.
How the Diamondbacks used huge debts to level the playing field of pro baseball.
Jerry Colangelo got a crash course in baseball economics. Time will tell what his grade will be.