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Weekend events bid goodbye to September

September appears to have gone by with the blink of an eye, but with one weekend left comes an array of fall festivities that usher in the new season. Here's this weekend's pick of the harvest-time crop.... Read more»1

Fans drink in Desert Cup soccer games

The loudest soccer fans at the Desert Cup, a four-game soccer event that spanned two days, cheered and booed in unison from the reserved seats in Hi Corbett Field's upper deck Saturday night.... Read more»1

Tucson's soccer outlook greener with Desert Cup

Sod. Lots and lots of sod. That's one of the things needed to prepare Hi Corbett Field for the Desert Cup, a first-time soccer event in which local teams will face off against MLS teams in a two-day, four-game affair.... Read more»

No Padres minor league baseball for Hi Corbett

The San Diego Padres' AAA team won't be playing at Hi Corbett Field next year, the City of Tucson announced Friday afternoon.... Read more»

Tucson Toros baseball

Not so Golden: Northern League defeats GBL in All-Star Game

Representatives of the 10 teams in the GBL faced one of the country’s premier independent baseball leagues, the Northern League, in the International All-Star Game.... Read more»

Tucson Toros baseball

Hall of Famer Roemer known for dressing dogs and broadcasts

After more than 35 years of sports broadcasting in Tucson, Hall of Fame announcer Bill Roemer has become known for how he eats his hot dogs, always fully-loaded with condiments.... Read more»

Tucson Toros baseball

(Un)Lucky seven: Toros snap losing streak

The Tucson Toros snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 12-4 win over the Victoria (B.C.) Seals. Toros pitcher Vince Davis pitched seven innings to bounce back and pick up the win.... Read more»

Major League Baseball

Spring training's final windup is next week

After years of negotiations, local official were unable to convince three teams to stay here for spring training. The White Sox left in 2008, and the Diamondbacks and Rockies will leave after this year.... Read more»1