Crowded list for postseason awards thanks to several MLB debuts, ex-Cats developing.
Only two former UA pitchers have reached mark in minors.
Former Cat earns Double-A award.
Ex-Cat Refsnyder moving up prospect rankings.
Ex-Wildcat hitting .326 in Arizona League.
Brad Mills remained one of the toughest pitchers to hit in the Pacific Coast League last week after tossing six innings of one-hit baseball Tu…
Two of the leading Arizona baseball players of the Andy Lopez years, pitcher Jon Meloan and first baseman C.J. Ziegler, a CDO grad, are now op…
The Cincinnati Reds now have three local high school products in their minor league system after Shelley Duncan signed a minor-league deal wit…
For the fifth straight year Jordan Brown has found himself back in the Pacific Coast League.
It reads like a West Coast swing for a bar band’s nationwide tour.
Jeff Francoeur is gullible.
As reporters approached Archie Bradley at his Kino Stadium locker on Friday night, he had on a T-shirt and boxer briefs.
Kino Stadium was completely empty, as it has been for much of the last seven months.
Longtime Tucson baseball executive Mike Feder has made the big leagues.
Triple-A baseball is coming back to Tucson for a cameo appearance.
Seth Mejias-Brean’s big season at the plate for Class-A Dayton paid off when he was moved up to High-A Bakersfield (Calif.).
At first, Pat Murphy seems gruff. Intimidating, even. Imagine Ron Swanson, without the mustache.
The Tucson Padres will play their last home game in Tucson tonight. Here is a look back at their time in Tucson.
In the Tucson book of baseball, the Mission Bells begat the Lizards who begat the Cowboys who begat the Toros who begat the Sidewinders who be…
Thirty days hath September.
Brandon McCarthy allowed only one run in seven innings, just a start after being tagged for seven runs in 2ª innings.
In his first season in the closer’s role, Jesus Castillo recorded 23 saves and a 2.45 ERA in the Mexican League with Broncos de Reynosa this s…
Chris Robinson crouched by home plate in between innings on Saturday night, fully clad in his catcher’s gear, and he knew what was coming.
Give Eddy Rodriguez a day off, and you won’t find him on the couch, playing “Call of Duty” or “Major League Baseball 2k13” on his Xbox 360.