Cody Hamlin is scheduled to start Arizona’s Saturday games.
When Ka’Deem Carey set a new Arizona Wildcats record for rushing, the running backlifted his right hand and flashed a “WC,” extending his middle, ring and pinky fingers, bending his thumb and index finger.
Sunnyside Blue Devils Baseball head coach Ernie Palomarez coaches Nathan Vega during the regional final game against Nogales at Kino Sports Complex Friday May 9, 2003.
Looking back at the stories to remember from the past week:
New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada (20) holds onto the ball and gets the out as Boston Red Sox runner Jason Varitek (R) slams into him at home plate in the fourth inning at the Yankee Stadium in New York, September 9, 2005.
Jerry Stitt was UA head coach from 1997-2001.
Former Braves pitcher Greg Maddux has a résumé that includes back-to-back ERAs under 1.70 (1994 and 1995) and 18 Gold Gloves.
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…
ST. LOUIS — Adam Wainwright held the hug with catcher Yadier Molina a few extra seconds, soaking in his latest pressure-packed performance for the St. Louis Cardinals.
ua baseball - UA baseball coach Andy Lopez working with players at Sancet Stadium, Wed, Jan 9, 2001. Photo by Chris Richards, assignment # 94422.1/9/02
UA baseball coach Andy Lopez during practice, Wednesday, June 9, 2004 in Tucson, AZ.
University of Arizona baseball Head Coach Andy Lopez walks off the field after winning the game against Texas-Pan American at Sancet Stadium in Tucson, Arizona on Sunday April 18, 2004. Arizona beat Texas-Pan American 5-2. Photo by Max Becherer/Arizona Daily Star
New UA head baseball coach Andy Lopez shows off his first time wearing the Arizona jersey during a press conference announcing his hiring at the Stadium Club 7/16/01. Photo by Aaron J. Latham.
Home run king Babe Ruth of the New York Yankees is seen in 1927. (AP Photo)
Home run king Babe Ruth of the New York Yankees, center, is seen with teammates Tony Lazzeri, left, and Lou Gehrig, right, June 1927 in New York. (AP Photo)
New York Yankees star Babe Ruth, left, poses with Jimmie Foxx of the Philadelphia Athletics before the season opener, April 17, 1934, at Shibe Park. Double X, as Foxx was known, was one of the few hitters who could challenge the Bambino homer for homer. Many call him the right-handed Babe Ru…
The 1927 New York Yankees, often mentioned in the same breath with "one of the best teams of all time." Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth are, respectively, first and third from left in the back row. Manager Miller Huggins is at center, middle row. The batting order, better known as Murderers' Row, l…
Babe Ruth pops one up in practice at New York's Yankee Stadium ca. 1920s. A large man of large appetites, Ruth was never exactly svelte, but he was not always the overweight figure depicted later in his career. In the prime of his career he looked trim and athletic, but his fondness for hot …
A Japanese pitcher tries to catch Babe Ruth off first base but the empire calls Ruth safe, Nov. 21, 1934, during an exhibition game in Meiji Stadium, Tokyo. (AP Photo)
Home run king Babe Ruth of the New York Yankees is seen in New York, Sept. 27, 1927. (AP Photo)