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Some advice for the Mariners front office: If you sign Ichiro Suzuki…
Pace of play has become an issue in most sports, but NHL hockey is full-steam, all-out action.
Could Seattle’s marriage to the longtime star pitcher be heading for the rocks?
Annually identifying 10 Hall-of-Fame worthy players is a fun challenge, but also a chore.
Despite not being in the College Football Playoff, Washington vs. Penn State is worth anticipating
The college football bowl season kicks off Saturday with six games.
For only the 4th time in the Pete Carroll era, Seattle is a home underdog this Sunday vs. the Eagles.
Lethargic games, such as the Packers plodding victory over the Seahawks, were the norm last weekend in the NFL. Three-and-out possessions were as routine as… Continue reading
Some 90 minutes into his initial appearance in a Seattle uniform, pitcher Mike Leake established a designation for himself: Mariners No. 1 starter.… Continue reading
On the night he acknowledged the pregame national anthem by sitting alone on the bench, with a towel draped over his head, Michael Bennett insisted… Continue reading
The 2017 baseball schedule recently extended the Seattle Mariners what amounted to a mid-season lifeline: A 19-game stretch, with 16 of the games… Continue reading
Last August, the Seattle Mariners gave the most stressful job in baseball to a rookie who began the season as a Double-A starter. Edwin Diaz… Continue reading
The Mariners lost Sunday to the Houston Astros, 8-2, in a game precisely as boring as the score indicates. It lasted three hours… Continue reading
Having made a mockery of a race that found them beginning the weekend with a 12.5 game lead in the A.L. West, the Houston Astros… Continue reading
Felix Hernandez and Justin Verlander share more than highly prized right arms that have earned them a combined $333.3 million. They made their MLB debuts… Continue reading
Another largely partisan Toronto crowd was chanting “Let’s Go Blue Jays!” Sunday when Jose Bautista caught Mitch Haniger’s liner for the final out.… Continue reading
A few minutes before the Seattle Mariners made University of Kentucky first baseman Evan White their first-round draft choice Monday, the tense, almost… Continue reading
Not so long ago and yet very far away, the Mariners found themselves in a place manager Scott Servais described as “rock bottom.” Over an… Continue reading
A musical stew of hip-hop and grunge blared at the Seattle Seahawks practice field Friday afternoon. The lyrics were difficult to decipher, but… Continue reading