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SAN DIEGO - With Chicago Cubs All-Star first baseman Derrek Lee expected to miss between two and three months with a broken wrist, speculation in Chicago has concerned a possible replacement.
The Diamondbacks are expected to place Tony Clark on the disabled list today because of a long-standing right shoulder injury, and his replacement could surprise.
Eckley had a fantastic junior season but flew under the radar during the offseason as other local quarterbacks committed to Division I colleges. He’s back on the map in a big way as the Padres are 4-1 and ranked No. 4 in Division II. The team defense has had its problems, but Eckley has been a machine at quarterback. He has completed 63-of-108 passes for 1,106 yards with 17 touchdowns and five interceptions while adding 64 carries for 370 yards and five more scores. Eckley is currently battling an ankle injury, but at full strength, he might be the toughest player to stop in the East Valley...
Honorable mention: Emanuel Gant, QB, Tempe; Dalton Sneed, QB, Horizon; Taren Morrison, RB, Desert Ridge; Bryce Perkins, QB, Chandler; Clark Brown, WR, Mountain View; Luke Quinn, RB/LB, Horizon; Chip White, DB, Highland.
LAS VEGAS - The Diamondbacks have been in contact with free agent Tony Clark and appear to want him back in 2009.
On a day when a 20-something took the mound undefeated and another manned third base with ink still drying on a fat new contract extension, a pair of old dogs saved the day for the Diamondbacks.
On a day when a 20-something took the mound undefeated and another manned third base with ink still drying on a fat new contract extension, a pair of old dogs saved the day for the Diamondbacks. Tony Clark tied the game on a solo home run in the eighth inning, and Shawn Green drove in the winning run with a hard-hit single that hopped over the glove of second baseman Josh Barfield as the Diamondbacks defeated the Padres 6-5.
Some breakups in sports are understandable. Dennis Green and the Cardinals weren’t good for each other. Kelvin Sampson cheated on Indiana University. Wayne Gretzky and Mike Barnett were better friends than business partners.
First baseman Tony Clark is returning to the Diamondbacks, agreeing Friday to an $800,000, one-year contract.
Tony Clark will be back in a Diamondbacks uniform today, likely in the roster spot of Justin Upton, who is a strong candidate for the disabled list because of continued soreness in his left oblique muscle.
As the big names — Johan Santana, Dan Haren, Erik Bedard — get tossed around baseball’s winter meetings like a dandelion in a windstorm, I’m thinking about a big man.
The Diamondbacks will play the percentages against Chicago right-hander Carlos Zambrano in Game 1, with left-handed bats Tony Clark starting at first base and Jeff Salazar in right field.
Barry Bonds’ record-breaking 756th home run Tuesday drew a variety of responses from the Diamondbacks.
Tony Clark spent Sunday morning cleaning out the locker at Chase Field that he hoped would be his last as a major leaguer, a chore he neither wanted nor expected.
The Diamondbacks are willing to give free agent Tony Clark a two-year contract to return, industry sources indicated Tuesday, but the sides remain divided on salary figures.
MILWAUKEE • Tony Clark slept through a scheduled lunch with ex-teammate Craig Counsell and several Diamondbacks on Wednesday, but it was understandable. He had been up all night digesting the Tuesday loss.
SIDE JOURNEY: Josh Zuckerman dressed as “Senor Donut” and Clark Duke star in “Sex Drive.” Summit Entertainment
Tyler Bloom, Higley: 374 yards, 2 TD
Emanuel Gant, Tempe (pictured): 307 yards, TD
Kyle Allen, Desert Mountain: 257 yards
Brennen Dobson, Red Mountain: 239 yards
Dalton Sneed, Horizon: 238 yards, 4 TD
Sean Paul Brophy, Chaparral: 230 yards, TD
John Clark, Mountain View: 229 yards
Brian Lewerke, Pinnacle: 217 yards, 2 TD
Bryce Perkins, Chandler: 191 yards, 2 TD
Daniel Bridge-Gadd, Paradise Valley: 185 yards, 4 TD
Josh Eckley, Marcos de Niza: 185 yards, 3 TD
Pinnacle couldn’t stomach another loss.
It took Mountain View until the second quarter to find a spark in their offense, but once it did, Skyline couldn't answer.
Wakeup calls come in all shapes and sizes this time of year. For No.6-seeded Pinnacle, it came in the form of a 12-second deficit.
Valley Vista made the trip to east Mesa from Surprise to face Mountain View, but fell short as the Toros broke away in the second half and won 46 to 23.
July 23, 2004
Twenty-seven ambulance crews worked through through the night to evacuate patients at a Scottsdale nursing home after its 30-ton air-conditioning system failed Wednesday and the indoor temperature climbed to almost 90 degrees, officials said.
With standout running back Marche Dennard watching the football game from the sidelines, Brophy should have been in trouble against powerful Pinnacle, right?
Outlook: The Mountain View football program is not back to the powerhouse it was in the 1980s and 1990s, and with the way the landscape has changed, it may never get there. However, for the first time in a decade, the Toros seem to be trending in an upward direction, back to where playoff berths are a formality and a postseason run expected.