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Goldschmidt propels Diamondbacks by Marlins

Goldschmidt propels Diamondbacks by Marlins

ESPN.com Updated May 17, 2013
Paul Goldschmidt homered twice, had four hits and drove in four runs to lead the Arizona Diamondbacks over the Miami Marlins 9-2 Friday night.
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  • Eight in the Box: Returning from injury

    Eight in the Box: Returning from injury

    ESPN.com May 17, 2013
    A look at key players for each NFC West team who are coming back from injuries: Arizona Cardinals: Levi Brown, left tackle. A torn triceps sidelined Brown last season. The Cardinals expect him to be full strength for 2013. A healthy Brown makes a happy …
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  • Browns agree to terms with ex-Cards QB Hoyer

    Browns agree to terms with ex-Cards QB Hoyer

    CNNSI.com May 17, 2013
    The Browns have agreed to terms on a two-year contract with former Arizona quarterback Brian Hoyer.
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  • Rookies no longer have to wait for their turn

    Rookies no longer have to wait for their turn

    azcentral.com May 17, 2013
    For years, NFL coaches thought most rookies should be neither seen nor heard on game days. Less experience meant more mistakes which meant a greater chance that coaches would be fired. But times are changing. For a variety of factors, rookies are far mo…
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  • Video - Paul Goldschmidt's Incredible Season 02:04

    Paul Goldschmidt's Incredible Season

    May 17
    The "Baseball Tonight" crew breaks down why Paul Goldschmidt has been so successful this season.
  • Video - Goldschmidt's Big Day Powers Diamondbacks 00:31

    Goldschmidt's Big Day Powers Diamondbacks

    May 17
    Paul Goldschmidt drove in four runs to lead the Diamondbacks past the Marlins 9-2.

Sports Columnists

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    May 17
    Plenty of teams made big splashes early in free agency, but keep an eye on those who waited for smart bargains, writes John Clayton.
  • Don Banks: NFL is watching, but not expecting to strip Haslam of Browns ow…

    May 17
    In the relatively short but tortured history of the re-incarnated Cleveland Browns, every dark cloud appearing on the horizon has generally presaged a darker and more ominous one, leading the team's fans and even the organization itself to develop an al…