AquaSox team older, stocked with several familiar faces

Meet the new Frogs, same as the old Frogs — at least more than usual. The 2013 Everett AquaSox took the field for… Continue reading

Last hurrah for the AquaSox’s Spyder Webb

Minor league baseball is a volatile industry. When one first gets into the business, it’s best not to get too comfortable with one’s… Continue reading

AquaSox at a glance

Manager: Rob Mummau The 41-year-old resident of Stephens City, Virginia, is in his second season as Everett’s manager. Last season he guided the Sox to… Continue reading

AquaSox edge Indians 4-3 to complete 3-game sweep

The Everett AquaSox should be feeling good about themselves after the first three games of the Northwest League season. Everett never trailed in… Continue reading

AquaSox hold off Dust Devils 5-4 to stay unbeaten

Everett kept its perfect start to the season alive by beating Tri-City 5-4 in its home opener. The Sox have begun with four… Continue reading

Despite success, AquaSox tinkering with rotation

It’s been less than one time through the rotation, yet already the Everett AquaSox have begun tinkering with their starters. Everett made its… Continue reading

AquaSox notes: Tri-City hands Everett its first loss

Everett suffered its first loss of the season, falling 8-4 to Tri-City. The AquaSox won their first four games. Indeed, Everett never trailed… Continue reading

AquaSox pitcher feeling right at home

Aaron Brooks didn’t need a host family when the Seattle Mariners assigned him to Class A Everett last week. In fact, if necessary,… Continue reading

M’s draft pick Peterson plans short stay in Everett

D.J. Peterson has a role model. The Seattle Mariners’ first-round draft pick began his professional career in earnest Monday when he reported to… Continue reading

AquaSox get talent boost

The Everett AquaSox have had the fortune of receiving just about every college player the Seattle Mariners picked high in this year’s amateur… Continue reading

Peterson getting reacquainted with wood bats

D.J. Peterson’s professional baseball career began with a bang. But the bang had less to do with where the ball went as it… Continue reading

AquaSox rally to beat Hops 6-5 in extras

The Everett AquaSox rallied from behind twice to defeat the Hillsboro Hops 6-5 in 11 innings Friday night at Everett Memorial Stadium. Everett… Continue reading

Mariners’ top draft pick wins it for AquaSox

D.J. Peterson claimed he didn’t know for certain the ball was gone when it left his bat. Everyone else at Everett Memorial Stadium… Continue reading

AquaSox catcher roves Mariners farm system

Carlton Tanabe is the type of player who doesn’t grab the headlines all that often. However, he’s the type that baseball organizations appreciate… Continue reading

AquaSox notes: Relief pitcher Vargas has been go-to arm

The Everett AquaSox season is just over a week old, but already there’s someone emerging as the go-to arm in the bullpen. Richard… Continue reading

AquaSox rally to beat Hops on walkoff single

It seemed as if the Everett AquaSox might as well phone this one in and begin preparations for the next day’s game. But… Continue reading

Sox rally with big inning

The Everett AquaSox never did figure out Tri-City starting pitcher Jayson Aquino. For 61/3 innings the Dust Devils left-hander blanked Everett, but once… Continue reading

Olson has a ‘blast’ in Frogs’ debut

The last Everett AquaSox starting pitcher who tossed five no-hit innings just weeks after being drafted was Doug Fister. Can Tyler Olson follow… Continue reading

AquaSox beat Dust Devils in 11 innings

It took a few extra innings, but the road remained kind to the Everett AquaSox early in the 2013 season. The Sox have… Continue reading

AquaSox’s Wilson an imposing presence

The moment Austin Wilson stepped onto the field at Everett Memorial Stadium, he was unmistakable. Wilson cuts an imposing presence. At 6-foot-5, he… Continue reading