Cloud-filled skies loomed with the possibility of rain as the Tucson Padres closed out their final season of minor-league ball in the Old Pueblo with a 2-1 loss to the Reno Aces. Despite the uncertainty in the air, over 8,000 fans showed up to see the team off, in one of the best-attended games the Padres have put on. But the future of baseball here is, for the moment, as shadowed as Thursday night's sky. Read more»
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Just five days before the team’s opener, Tucson Toros outfielder Sho Kinishi was picked up to make his way into Tucson to play American professional baseball for the first time. Also, the Toros could face a female knuckleballer this year. Read more»