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The Visalia Rawhide, a low-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, are among the minor league clubs around the country that will honor and celebrate Black pioneers of the game throughout the season.

In an effort to celebrate and uplift African-American voices well beyond one month, Minor League Baseball launched “The Nine,” a community outreach platform to honor the game’s Black pioneers and provide opportunities to young Black baseball and softball players. Read more»

Rick Snider competes in the chute dodging event, attempting to wrestle the steer to the ground by grabbing its horns. In this event, participants have 60 seconds once the chute opens to take down the steer.

The recent Arizona Gay Rodeo - started in 1984 when Arizona became the fifth state to host a gay rodeo - at the Corona Ranch and Rodeo Grounds highlighted an event and a community determined to provide a safe space for anyone interested in participating in western activities. Read more»

Pima Community College, including golf coach Marcus Smith, was diligent when it came to adhering to COVID-19 protocols and the athletic program had a successful return to competition.

In coming up with answers to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pima Community College athletics department officials created a system that brought the sports family closer and was so successful it has attracted the attention of other universities looking to implement the same protocols. Read more»