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PHOENIX — Charges accusing an announcer for the Arizona Diamondbacks of threatening his wife with a knife during an argument at their home have been dismissed.
Team Spanish-language announcer Miguel Perez Quintana was arrested July 15 and later charged with aggravated assault with a deadly…
His critics call him “King Huckelberry” or simply, “King Chuck.”
Edge High School picked in D-Backs Challenge
A Tucson charter school is one of 30 winning campuses selected in the “D-backs $150,000 School Challenge.”
UA engineering prof uses baseball to teach science, technology, engineering and math
PHOENIX — The Diamondbacks almost got the Dodgers out of town, if not out of mind.
PHILADELPHIA — The music is blasting and the Phillies are having fun again. There’s plenty to celebrate these days.
The Reds' Shin-Soo Choo went 4 for 5 with three RBIs, including a home run to lead off the game.
CINCINNATI - Arizona manager Kirk Gibson said before the Diamondbacks' game against the Reds on Wednesday that Patrick Corbin's complete game Tuesday had left him with a fresh bullpen.
The Diamondbacks' Paul Goldschmidt hits his third grand slam of the year in the eighth inning . The home run ended the Reds' J.J. Hoover's streak of 23 scoreless appearances.
CINCINNATI - Paul Goldschmidt doesn't keep track of his RBIs. The rest of the Diamondbacks are voluntarily doing it for him.
Ryan Ludwick's double in the fourth inning put the Reds ahead 2-0. It was his first RBI of the season.
CINCINNATI - This wasn't how the Arizona Diamondbacks wanted to start a series with playoff ramifications.
Diamondbacks starter Trevor Cahill returned from the disabled list (bruised hip) and earned his first victory since May 17.
PITTSBURGH - The Diamondbacks have a lot of ground to make up if they are going to get to the postseason.
Diamondbacks third baseman Martin Prado catches a pop-up in the first inning of Arizona's 6-2 loss to the NL Central-leading Pittsburgh Pirates. Prado singled in one of the Diamondbacks' two runs.
PITTSBURGH - Nearly every team in baseball would rather hit in the comfortable, familiar environment of its home ballpark, and the Diamondbacks, who play half their games in the hitter-happy zone that is Chase Field, are no different.