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A Tribute to His Mom: Patrick Peterson feeds the less advantaged on Tuesdays

By Kendall Rooker Patrick Peterson’s mom told him when he “makes it big,” he’ll be a great father and giver with a big heart. He has been charitable since joining the Arizona Cardinals. He kicked off...

In the Spirit: Celebrate Halloween with PCH’s virtual 5K

By Adianna Bermudez This Halloween weekend, Phoenix Children’s Hospital is hosting a free virtual 5K event, and participants have their choice of how and when to complete the event. “Some people may go out and do...

Committed to the Community: D-backs pivot Race Against Cancer to virtual run

By Kendall Rooker Diamondbacks President and CEO Derrick Hall says cancer does not sleep. It isn’t going to go away, even though the world is plagued with coronavirus. “It is vital right now to give back,”...

Cal-Boom!: Kole Calhoun enjoying his time as a Diamondback

By Nicholas Barker A decade ago, Kole Calhoun was drafted by the Los Angeles Angels in the eighth round of the Major League Baseball draft. Today, he is a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks after...

Safety First: Phoenix Raceway to limit fans for NASCAR Championship Weekend

By Phoenix.org staff When the green flag drops for race cars, fans will be in yellow flag/caution mode. For the Nov. 6-8 NASCAR Championship Weekend, Phoenix Raceway in Avondale will allow a reduced number of fans...

A Bittersweet Debut: Archie Bradley pitches first game with Reds

By Nicholas Barker Former Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Archie Bradley played his first game with the Cincinnati Reds on September 1, just a day after he was traded. Unfortunately for Bradley, however, it was likely not the...

Field of Dreams: David Peralta honored with Wickenburg ballpark

By Nicholas Barker Seven years ago, David Peralta made his Major League debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Fast forward to present day, and he officially becomes the 43rd player to have a field named after...

‘It Is What It Is:’ David Peralta is back with the D-backs

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski David Peralta is happy to be back on the field after falling ill and questioning if it was COVID-19. He tested negative four times—as recently as July 5—and reported to summer camp on...

Hard Work Pays Off: Tre Mitchell overcame a nasty injury en route to picking...

By Chris Fahrendorf Lamar “Tre” Mitchell, a redshirt sophomore guard on Phoenix College’s men’s basketball team, picked up his first NCAA Division 1 offer from Central Connecticut State University recently, but the road he took...

Rising Sun: Mikal Bridges was ready to win big—until the pandemic

By Christopher Boan A draft night trade sent prodigal forward Mikal Bridges to the Valley in 2018, in a move that sent shockwaves across the league. Fast-forward two years, and the swap, which sent the Overbrook, Pennsylvania,...

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