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With the use of steroids and other performance enhancers rampant, according to a former MVP and other sources, baseball players and their reliance on drugs have grown to larming proportions
4 Arizona Diamondbacks
The Big Unit's gone, but a remade rotation offers some hope for a desert revival
RAISING ARIZONA SI WAS PRESENT AT THE CREATION AS THE DIAMONDBACKS PUT TOGETHER THEIR BALL CLUB IN LAST WEEK'S EXPANSION DRAFT
The Arizona Diamondbacks generously granted SI access to their war room at the Arizona Civic Center in Phoenix on Nov. 18 as the expansion draft was being ...
1 Arizona Diamondbacks The right mix of sharp veterans and eager Baby Backs signals a playoff return
In his first spring training appearance this year, before a sparse midweek crowd in Tucson, Diamondbacks ace Randy Johnson shooed away ...
1 Arizona Diamondbacks An aging squad insists last year's magic was no last hurrah. They might be right
It was a simple pop-up drill, but most high school teams could have run it more efficiently than the World Series champion. Diamondbacks did ...
Derek Jeter: 2009 Sportsman of the Year
It is not so much what he accomplished at 35—a fifth World Series ring capping a historic season, to be sure—as how the Yankees' shortstop arrived at his iconic place. Being the ultimate team player and a role model synonymous with winning has brought him still another title
Money Pitchers Randy Johnson of the Diamondbacks and Kevin Brown of the Dodgers, two fireballers worth $157 million combined, went wallet-to-wallet on Opening Day in L.A., but it was the hitters who cashed in
... a nonrivalry game between the host Los Angeles Dodgersand the Arizona Diamondbacks? It was more a payroll event than abaseball game.
ONE LUCKY BUCK BUCK SHOWALTER IS MANAGING JUST FINE AS HE PLANS ARIZONA'S 1998 MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
1998 expansion Arizona Diamondbacks thinks about this: What can. I do today to make this organization better? Another workday has begun.
The Best Player You Never Saw
In clubhouses from Class A to the majors, even superstars such as Albert Pujols still speak in awe of the promise of Brian Cole
It Pays to Be Nice When the expansion Diamondbacks threw $34 million at shortstop Jay Bell, they knew just what they were getting-- the antithesis of a Baseball Jerk
Colangelo, long the president and CEO of the Phoenix Suns and now the managing general partner of the expansion Arizona Diamondbacks,