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In front of 16,987 fans on Friday night, outfielder Mitch Dening capitalised on a misfield from Diamondbacks third baseman to scamper home for the first run of the night in the first inning. The roof on top of the Members stand then took a battering
Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt hits during spring training baseball practice Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, in Scottsdale, Ariz...Don't ask Paul Goldschmidt about his breakout season of a year ago...Besides, anyone who tries to get
Tell us It is time once again to say, pitchers and catchers report today. Those are holy words for many of us, but more importantly, for every major league club, it's the verbal dividing line between the long winter off-season and the official start
I attended as the guest of fellow Kiwanian Jack Tucker, who knows I'm a true-blue Dodger fan. Lasorda, known in the baseball community simply as Tommy, didn't disappoint...Mary Health of the Sick is a convalescent and assisted-living facility...In
The Arizona Diamondbacks announced on Monday that the club extended the contracts of general manager Kevin Towers and manager Kirk Gibson beyond the 2014 season. The length and financial terms of each deal, however, were not disclosed. Towers and
Arizona Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson enters spring training in the last year of his contract. He spent part of his winter reading, not hand-wringing about his status...Anything helps when an opponent wants to go 12 rounds with the Los Angeles
Mike Downey is a former columnist for the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune. (CNN) -- Baseball's not a contact sport. It is not football, where rock-abbed men brutalize each other to get the ball. It is not hockey, where a guy on ice skates gets "
The Arizona Diamondbacks have hired Dave McKay as first-base coach and shifted two current team employees to spots on manager Kirk Gibson's coaching staff. The team said Friday that Glenn Sherlock will be the third-base coach and Turner Ward the
Jim Leyland's decision to step down from his job with the Detroit Tigers has opened the door for another Padre to interview for a managerial job: Brad Ausmus. Ausmus, a baseball operations special assistant in the Padres front office, has been
But Los Angeles at its core is experiencing a resurgence a renewal, if you will and its baseball team reflects that...It was just guys and girls taking the afternoon off to spend one last day at Dodger Stadium with ElLay's band of unlikely heroes.