Sunday Three Dots…Richard Dumas and Daryl Washington

Daryl Washington can’t learn to say “no.” I wish I could tell you that the loss of Washington isn’t going to be anything more than a minor setback, but that wouldn’t true. Washington’s story is going down the same path as former Phoenix Sun Richard Dumas. If the Cardinals decide to part ways with Washington, some other team will take a flyer on him. That’s one of the problems in today’s NFL. Too many second chances given to guys that should just be told they can’t play in the league…

The lost season of the Diamondbacks continued late Saturday night when center fielder A.J. Pollock went down for an extended period with a fractured right hand. Pollock had been one of the few bright spots this year. May was pretty good for the Diamondbacks, but that doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t start tearing down the roster and looking towards 2015…

When Arizona State Athletic Director Ray Anderson guaranteed that there would be a naming rights deal for Sun Devil Stadium, it caused some of the old-timers around ASU to scream in anger. Truth is, naming rights have been around for nearly 20 years and ASU has never capitalized the way that they should. State Farm Field or Midfirst Field make sense to me…

Does Anderson have to look at the ASU baseball program?
Social media was anything but kind to Tim Esmay after the Sun Devil season ended early Saturday afternoon with their loss to Sacramento State…