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Manfred Tabbed as Next MLB Commish

By: Jim Marshall Major League Baseball has a new Commissioner. Rob Manfred will take over on January 25, 2015, replacing current Commissioner Bud Selig. Manfred, who is a lawyer focuses on labor and employment law, and is also a business executive. He worked with MLB during the collective bargaining sessions and was the main spokesperson during the 1994–95 strike. He ... Read More »

LPGA Playing Fourth Major of the Year

By: Kayla Mortellaro The fourth major on the LPGA’s calendar is underway this week in Rochester, New York at Monroe Golf Club. From a player’s perspective, a major championship venue should be challenging yet fair and reward good golf shots. It is also exciting to play in front of large crowds who are golf enthusiasts and truly support the event. ... Read More »

Abraham Ready to Move On, Focused on Season

By: Rich Gray John Abraham reported to training camp in Glendale this afternoon for the first time following his DUI arrest on June 29th in Atlanta. “I just wanted to thank Michael [Bidwill], Bruce [Arians], Steve [Keim], everybody for understanding,” Abraham said following practice. “I’m just glad to be back. I’m ready to get into my playbook and ready to ... Read More »

DBacks Await Daniel Hudson’s Return

By: Jim Marshall When the AZ Diamondbacks expand their roster to 40 players on September 1st we might see a player who has not played in an MLB game since the early part of the 2012 season. It is possible that pitcher Daniel Hudson will be ready to rejoin the team. A return of Hudson would be a boost to ... Read More »

Suns Guard Undergoes Arthroscopic Surgery

 By: Kayla Mortellaro The Phoenix Suns announced that newly acquired point guard, Isaiah Thomas, underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left wrist. The Suns are expecting Thomas to be ready to participate by the start of training camp. Thomas came to the Suns in a sign and trade this summer with the Sacramento Kings. His deal with the Suns for four years ... Read More »

Phoenix Suns 2014-2015 Schedule

 By: Kayla Mortellaro The NBA released the 2014-2015 schedule and the Phoenix Suns are getting some national exposure with several games aired on ESPN, TNT and NBATV. The Suns open with two games at home against the Lakers and defending champion, Spurs. The Suns will also play host to LeBron James and the Cavaliers. Here is a highlight of some ... Read More »

Arizona State OL Chip Sarafin Announces He is Gay

  By: Rich Gray In a ground-breaking moment for collegiate athletics, Arizona State offensive lineman Chip Sarafin publicly announced he is gay, becoming the first active-player to do so in college football. Sarfain, a backup entering his senior season, told his story to Compete magazine, a Phoenix-based publication for gay sports. He came out to his Sun Devil teammates last ... Read More »