Events brought in $1.17 million in the last fiscal year.
Pima County is on the verge of buying 167 acres of land near the Kino Sports Complex, with the intention of expanding it to create a large-scale regional soccer facility.
Attempts to boost Kino Sports Complex revenues with smaller sporting tournaments and community events have failed to keep the stadium district from running in the red, meaning taxpayers will likely foot more of the bill.
A minor league out of Texas is swinging for the fences in a bid to bring baseball back to Tucson this year.
In soccer, there is a concept known as the “second ball.” When your teammate plays a long ball into the opponent’s defensive players and you aren’t able to win the first ball (meaning, the opponent will get to the ball before you will), you realize that you may be able to win the second ball…
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.
Early-bird tickets on sale Saturday.
When the San Diego Padres and Arizona Diamondbacks came to town Sunday for a spring training game, the rosters weren’t exactly loaded with perennial big-leaguers.
Discount tickets on sale Saturday; price goes up Sunday.
The Tucson Padres and the American Lung Association of Southern Arizona are holding a fundraising event next Friday at Kino Stadium. Attendees will have the opportunity to light special lanterns in an on-field, post game ceremony at home plate.
Sunday’s all-day rock concert brought the following items in contact with the Kino Stadium baseball field: truck tires, oil, cigarette butts, trash beer, vomit and the stampeding of hundreds of pairs of feet.
Weather permitting, the fireworks on A Mountain should go off
without a hitch — and keep fire in the sky where it belongs,