Paul is a Technology Project Management Consultant and an avid baseball fan. Born and raised in Southern California, Paul has lived in Phoenix since 1993. Growing up he watched the Phoenix Firebirds and rode his bike to catch spring training games. As a huge Diamondbacks fan, he covers the team in multiple outlets and follows Arizona baseball all year round. When he's not writing about baseball you can catch him taking pictures of the game he loves.
Downtown Phoenix will host All-Star Week, FanFest and the 82nd All-Star game, which starts Friday, July 8.
The Arizona Diamondbacks, after a tough west coast swing, swept the Atlanta Braves and Minnesota Twins last week.
Recent west coast road trip hitting woes continue as the D-backs return home to face two of baseball’s worst teams.
Rockies and Padres against the D-backs last week. The won the first series, but lost the second. Next week they head to southern California.
The Arizona Diamondbacks won a three-games series against the Philadelphia Phillies, and split a four-game series with the Chicago Cubs.
DPJ joined Mayor Phil Gordon, Luis Gonzalez and Justin Upton, among others, to kick off the 2011 All-Star game voting.
The D-backs face off against the talented Phillies rotation and the Cubs at the beginning of a long home stand.
Chase Field’s wireless internet is now accessible by fans through a portal that offers special features that can’t be found outside the stadium.
The Snakes pulled out one win each versus the defending champion San Francisco Giants and the St. Louis Cardinals last week, but Stephen Drew made it exciting with a 12th inning, game-winning hit last night.
The D-backs cling near .500 after the first full week of action.