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Every year for the last 20 years, Jack Heidemann has kept up a tradition of doing something his mind and body tells him he still can do, even if he knows it's not quite on the same level as it used to be.
Jack Heidemann has played in the Arizona Baseball Charities Celebrity Game at Scottsdale Stadium for 20 years. The game benefits Little League teams throughout Arizona and features many former Major Leaguers who live in the East Valley. Heidemann, 62, is pictured during the game Jan. 29 wearing a Cleveland Indians jersey; he was the team's No. 1 Draft Pick in 1967. From 1969 to ‘74, Heidemann, a shortstop, was part of the Indians' famed Keystone Combo with second baseman Eddie Leon. (Photo by Mike Sakal/Tribune)
Every year for the last 20 years, Jack Heidemann has kept up a tradition of doing something his mind and body tells him he still can do, even if he knows it’s not quite on the same level as it used to be.
In "Pearl Jam Twenty," Cameron Crowe's fan-friendly retrospective documentary of the band, the long-haired glory of the early 1990s' Seattle rock scene is in full display. There are certainly more astute observations to make about the film and the band, but nevertheless: My, the hair.
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An audible "Oh, no" came out of Paul Schanaker's mouth as the ball continued to trickle through the penalty box.
After shaking up their team with a trade and bringing Jason Richardson into the fold, the Suns have won two straight games and four out of five overall heading into tonight's game against Portland - a team they have beaten 11 straight times, including twice already this season.
This Sunday at Scottsdale Stadium, not only will some of the players on the baseball cards your mother might have thrown away decades ago come to life, but a local nonprofit organization is set to mark a milestone.
It took five games, a heart-wrenching defeat and the threat of playoff extinction to coax them out of hibernation, but guess who finally showed up to the postseason party? Those other Phoenix Suns.
It took five games, a heart-wrenching defeat and the threat of playoff extinction to coax them out of hibernation, but guess who finally showed up to the postseason party? Those other Phoenix Suns. The run-and-gun Suns. The triple-digit, triple-threat, triple-double-seeking Suns, who gave themselves one final kick at the can at the Lakers in Los Angeles with a 114-97 rout in Game 5 of the Western Conference quarterfinals.
BERKELEY, Calif. - ASU forward Tim Pierce will see plenty of familiar faces when he takes the court tonight for Arizona State’s game against California at Haas Pavilion.
January 8, 2004
The owner of a Phoenix parking lot company said Tuesday he plans to finance a statewide ballot initiative to mirror a new Mesa ordinance that severely limits the city's ability to condemn private property for redevelopment.
WASHINGTON - A threejudge federal panel Friday struck down major provisions of the nation’s new campaign finance law, raising deep uncertainties about how next year’s presidential and congressional races will be financed and conducted.
Time to whip out that NCAA tournament office pool sheet and allow Brownie Points to augment that emergency stash the wife knows nothing about. This year's rock-solid, airtight, hermetically-sealed Final Four locks are: