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A baseball season represents an exercise in maintaining an even…
Red-hot Bobby Honeyman tallies 3 more hits and Nick Rodriguez homers in Everett’s 5-3 win.
This is my farewell post. Today marks my final day at the…
Bobby Honeyman went 3-for-5 with a home run and 3 RBI, and Everett tallied 11 hits against the Hawks.
Everett managed just five hits against four Hawks pitchers
The switch-hitting catcher had a brief slump after joining Everett, but has been hot in his past 5 games.
Everett exploded offensively in its return from the road, scoring 8 times in the 3rd inning.
After a slow start, the 22nd-round pick from UNLV has worked his batting average up to .290.
The Everett Silvertips announced Monday they have acquired 1998-born right-handed defenseman Sahvan Khaira from the Swift Current Broncos in exchange for center Ethan O’Rourke and… Continue reading
Pacific Little League coach Joe Webster believed in his team to the very end — even as it faced a four-run deficit with… Continue reading
Troy Dixon hits a home run in the 9th inning to lift Everett past Vancouver
It took an inning longer than the Everett AquaSox would have preferred, but that merely added to the drama. Nick Rodriguez’s one-out single… Continue reading
Everett AquaSox starting pitcher Orlando Razo turned in another quality start Tuesday night in Everett’s 4-3 loss to visiting Vancouver. Razo (1-2) did… Continue reading
Everett’s Bobby Honeyman socked his 1st professional home run in the loss.
Pitching and defense have been the hallmarks for the postseason-bound Frogs.
Mariners’ 4th-round pick fools hitters with a southpaw delivery he shares with his dad and brother.
Catcher Raleigh records 2 hits in pro debut, but Everett strands 11 runners on base.
Everett falls 6-3 and its lead in the NWL North Division 1st-half standings slips to 1 game.
The left-hander has struck out 20 and walked only 1 in 10-plus innings pitched for Everett this year.