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Sonoran Hot Reads: Trevor Hoffman on Baseball Hall of Fame ballot

You can't spell Hoffman with HOF

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Arizona does not have a ton of former players in the MLB ranks right now (at least, as players...two managers), but arguably the greatest Wildcat in MLB history, Trevor Hoffman, is one step closer to being the first Arizona alum in the Hall of Fame. Hoffman is officially on the ballot for this year, along with the likes of Ken Griffey Jr. (Arizona fan), Jim Edmonds, and others. But always remember, Hoffman was a shortstop at Arizona, not a pitcher

- Speaking of Arizona baseball, their recruiting class currently ranks 29th in the nation according to Perfect Game

Basketball

- Luke Walton is still filling in for Steve Kerr, and he gave some very honest answers in this Q&A he did with Sports Illustrated

- Ryan Anderson is showing signs that he'll be Arizona's best player this year. He was the only player to receive an 'A' in our player grades from Sunday

Football

- It was a very emotional press conference for senior safety William Parks

- Shane Dale gave three reasons why Rich Rodriguez should leave Arizona

- Anu Solomon is 5th in this week's Pac-12 QB power rankings

Other sports

- Women's soccer is hosting an NCAA Tournament match for the first time ever on Friday night. You can buy tickets here

- Here are the best photos from around the Arizona Athletics world this week

- Women's basketball is hosting an exhibition on Tuesday against Eastern New Mexico

Tucson news

- You could have the street car named after you

- The All Souls Procession looks like it was pretty legit this year