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7 fast facts about Phoenix International Raceway

Phoenix International Raceway provides a fast fix for those with a need for speed. A popular attraction for local race car fans and visitors to Arizona, PIR was built in 1964 around the Estrella Mountains...

Spring Training Guide 2019 Digital Edition

  Hint: Click the "Fullscreen" icon in the lower-right corner of the viewer to better read the guide. Get the inside scoop on Arizona's dynamite annual Spring Training featuring stadiums, teams and hundreds of exciting games,...

Brewers unveil rebuilt Spring Training facility

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Maryvale Baseball Park has been rechristened American Family Fields of Phoenix after a year-long project that brings together the Major and Minor League systems. But Tyler Barnes, Milwaukee Brewers’ senior vice president, communication...
Eagle Mountain Golf Club

The Eagle is back

While the jaw-dropping vistas of Eagle Mountain Golf Club may be the most memorable part of the playing experience, general manager Bret Greenwood wanted more. He yearned to give his players the most complete...
ASU Karsten Golf

Golf the Loop 202

Welcome to The Loop 202 Golf Trail: Winter golf just got a lot easier to play. In December, players will experience three of the best public golf courses in Arizona — ASU Karsten, Longbow...
Dove Valley Ranch

Renovated Dove Valley Ranch a must-play

Dove Valley Ranch Golf Club continues a transformation that began with an ownership change in July of 2015. Among improvements by the new owners, led by Managing Partner Ryan Thompson, are new greens and renovated...

Dodgeball for adults: Phoenix is home to 4 of best players in country

By Yodit Woldegebriel Cronkite News Dillon Clark-Oden started playing dodgeball at a local Jumpstreet Indoor Trampoline Park five years ago, just for fun. He never imagined it would take him around the world and turn him into...

Just like Coming Home: Madison Bumgarner ready to hit the Chase Field mound

By Haley Smilow After trading Zack Greinke last season to the Houston Astros at the 11th hour, the Arizona Diamondbacks saved roughly $54 million, but still needed a leader. “When we traded Zack away last year,...

Another Level: Ja’Tavia Tapley has found trust, success with ASU women’s basketball

By Alex Weiner Cronkite News Sometimes, the right coach can make all the difference in a player’s career. Take Ja’Tavia Tapley, a graduate transfer and the Arizona State women’s basketball team’s breakout performer this season. Tapley played...
Spring Training Team Logos

Get to know your 2018 Spring Training teams

The crack of the bat, snap of the glove and roar of the crowd return to the Valley for another annual Spring Training. This year, Arizona hosts 15 teams for the Cactus League. Fans from all...

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