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  • Tough course or easy, Brooks Koepka repeats as US Open champ

    Brooks Koepka has won a second consecutive U.S. Open, the first player to do so since Curtis Strange in 1989. Coincidentally, Strange was covering Koepka's twosome for Fox.
  • Diamondbacks trade Sedona Red for blue in honor of Father's Day

    The Arizona Diamondbacks and all of Major League Baseball honored the hard-working dads on Father's Day with festive uniforms. 
  • Watch Phoenix Rising FC's Jason Johnson score a scissor kick goal

    Despite World Cup action across the globe, Phoenix Rising FC forward Jason Johnson scored what may have been the goal of the night Saturday.
  • Diamondbacks players try their hand at dad jokes

    In the spirit of Father's Day, the D-backs tried their hand at telling some dad jokes that brought some cringe-worthy laughs.
  • Patrick Corbin hit hard for second straight start, D-backs fall to Mets

    It was a rough outing for Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Patrick Corbin Saturday night as the D-backs fell 5-1 to the New York Mets.
  • Mercury win 7th straight, take down Connecticut Sun

    Diana Taurasi had 19 points, DeWanna Bonner added 15 and the Phoenix Mercury beat the Connecticut Sun 89-72 on Saturday night to extend their winning streak to seven games.
  • D-backs RHP Shelby Miller dominant in fourth rehab start

    After struggling in his third rehab start, Arizona Diamondbacks right-handed pitcher Shelby Miller bounced back in his fourth Saturday night.
  • Arizona Rattlers dismantle Danger in regular season finale

    The Arizona Rattlers needed a win in their final regular season game Saturday night against the Nebraska Danger to solidify first round home field advantage for the upcoming IFL playoffs.They did just that.
  • Morgan: Alex Galchenyuk trade offers immense upside for Coyotes

    Judging by the majority of media and fan reactions to Friday’s one-for-one trade of Max Domi to Montreal for forward Alex Galchenyuk, Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin may have been the one who undervalued his asset.
  • Who have the Suns worked out prior to the NBA Draft? A list

    From Deandre Ayton to Shake Milton to Aaron Holiday, here is the list of players who have worked out for the Phoenix Suns leading into the 2018 NBA Draft.
  • Alex Galchenyuk hopes to play center for Arizona Coyotes

    Nothing is set in stone, but the Coyotes were attracted to Galchenyuk in great part because they believe he can fill a top-six center position.
  • Suns' final scheduled draft workout includes bouncy Zhaire Smith

    The Phoenix Suns had their final scheduled pre-draft workout on Saturday and a potential lottery pick was among the six players that worked out.
  • Phil Mickelson freestyles hole 13 of US Open Championship

    Arizona State alum Phil Mickelson had himself an experience to remember during the third round of the U.S. Open Championship on Saturday.
  • Cardinals' Chase Edmonds plans to pay off sister's student loans

    Arizona Cardinals rookie running back Chase Edmonds had one goal in mind when he signed his first NFL contract. He wanted to pay his sister's student loans.
  • D-backs' power surge continues, win second straight over New York Mets

    When the Arizona Diamondbacks hit a home run, odds are they're going to win the game. When the D-backs hit two or more home runs, they're nearly unbeatable.
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