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The Arizona Republic The Diamondbacks can't turn off the sun...When the All-Star Game arrives in July, they must deal with monsoon season, weather-obsessed tourists, street-corner protests and baseball officials resenting the clammy feeling in their
The Arizona Republic The Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday will debut an interactive Web-based portal that allows fans at Chase Field to see video replays, food listings and real-time game information on Wi-Fi enabled smartphones or tablets.
The Arizona Republic The Diamondbacks have been named the inaugural United Nations NGO Positive Peace Award recipient, the club announced. The award specifically recognizes the Diamondbacks' work with the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center
The Arizona Republic Ticket strips for the 2011 All-Star Game at Chase Field will go on sale to the general public Tuesday morning as the Diamondbacks look to capitalize on the influx of baseball fans in town for the Cactus League.
The Arizona Republic It was the antithesis of a trademark Arizona spring day, but there were rays of proverbial sunlight shining in the Diamondbacks clubhouse Saturday morning, the club's top officials delivering what were said to be rousing and
So, we must admit, we were a little disappointed not to find an animatronics version of "The Governor" Greg Schulte awaiting us at the entrance or at least fake orange-blossom scent wafting through the air...And Schulte's voice along with those of
The Arizona Republic When the Diamondbacks open spring training next week, they'll do so with a sharply reduced payroll. Since the club's current ownership group took over in 2004, it has been able to say every year that it has spent more on baseball
The Arizona Republic Exit the elevator at Chase Field, go down the hall and there on the left is the office for Luis Gonzalez, and on this morning in late January, the usually jovial Gonzalez seems a little annoyed...Gonzalez, who shows up early
For the fourth year in a row, the Phoenix Business Journal and BestCompanies AZ names the Arizona Diamondbacks to its list of "Best Places to Work" in the Valley. The 2010 recipients of the honor were announced at an awards luncheon on Thursday...It
The Arizona Republic Derrick Hall has three children, but the more the Diamondbacks' President and CEO talks about the club's new spring-training facility rising from the ground in the northeast Valley, the more he sounds like an excitable first-time