Arizona opened practice Friday in advance of the Feb. 13 season opener.
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The Padres have wrapped up their final season in Tucson and we all wish the team the best of luck with its move to El Paso.
Karen Nelson Simpson, center, dances with Las Flamencistas during the eighth annual Tucson Oktoberfest. The charitable event has been canceled this year because of a lack of funds. The Optimist Club, which sponsors the event, hopes to revive it for 2014.
This year's annual Tucson Oktoberfest, which was moving from Hi Corbett Field to Rillito Downs, has been canceled, organizers say.
ASU's Kasey Coffman steals second in the fourth inning, beating the tag of UA second baseman Trent Gilbert. Coffman had two stolen bases.
UA's Riley Moore, caught in a rundown, eludes the tag of ASU second baseman James McDonald in the fifth. Moore, who made it back to first safely, singled in two to put UA up 5-4.
Arizona Wildcats coach Andy Lopez joked this season that closer Mat Troupe has almost driven him to start smoking cigarettes and has cost him valuable hours of sleep.
Kurt Heyer was so nervous before the Wildcats’ first-ever game at Hi Corbett Field that he threw up.
Kurt Heyer is Arizona’s Mr. Friday Night, as dependable and exciting as your favorite prime-time television series.
The University of Arizona baseball team is giving Linda Chorney a dress rehearsal for her April 21 debut at Fenway Park.
The Arizona Wildcats arrived at Hi Corbett Field three weeks ago
to find stapled, detailed packets of notes in their lockers.
The Wildcats will open their baseball season tonight at historic
Hi Corbett Field where many pro stars have played in the past.
FC Tucson announced the field for the 2012 Desert Diamond Cup
this morning at Desert Diamond Casino.