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The pandemic forced many changes to the local sports scene and these were the top-10 most-viewed stories.
The switch from Short Season-A to High-A has the majority of voters fired up for AquaSox baseball.
Will Everett’s impending switch from Short Season-A to High-A make you more likely to attend games?
The Mariners have invited the AquaSox to play more games in a longer season, with better players.
The club would field players further along in their development who are more likely to one day play for the Mariners.
The Rays’ Mike Zunino and the Dodgers’ Chris Taylor were teammates on the AquaSox in the summer of 2012.
In a statement, the team said it looks “forward to having AquaSox baseball back at Funko Field in 2021.”
The team acknowledges that playing minor-league baseball in Everett this summer seems like a longshot.
“When the time is right for baseball to return, we will be here,” pledges general manager Danny Tetzlaff.
The AquaSox aren’t thought to be one of the targeted teams, but the future of their league is in doubt.
It’s too early to tell, but the Northwest League season may be in jeopardy of starting on time.
Rick Larsen meets with AquaSox brass to discuss a recent MLB proposal to radically restructure MiLB.
He was one of the youngest skippers in pro baseball when took the helm last July.
Reports on Friday detailed MLB’s effort to overhaul and downsize the minor-league baseball system.
AquaSox employees have provided commuters comic relief with witty sayings on the team’s marquee.
Everett opens the season June 17 on the road against Salem-Keizer.
The Northwest League named Danny Tetzlaff its executive of the year on Thursday.
Those around the AquaSox reflect on Felix Hernandez’s time in Everett as his Mariners’ tenure ends
Ballpark Digest named the Everett AquaSox’s “Funko Friday” promotion the publication’s 2019 promotion of the year on Monday. The promotion, in its first year, centered… Continue reading
From a new manager to million-dollar arms, Everett’s season didn’t lack excitement.