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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.
Marysville Pilchuck alumnus Trent Tingelstad’s 8th-inning hit was the difference against Vancouver.
Everett closes out its 2019 season Monday at Funko Field
Everett opens its final series of the season with a 5-3 win over Spokane.
Everett falls 4-2 to Spokane and Tri-City wins to clinch the North division’s final playoff spot.
The 2oth-round pick out of West Georgia is a well-respected figure in Everett’s clubhouse.
Everett can’t hold an early lead in a 6-4 loss in Spokane.
National anthem “standoffs” are a thing in baseball, but this was one for the ages.
The 18-year-old pitcher worked eight scoreless innings to lift Everett to a crucial win.
After a slow start, the longtime Mariners catcher’s bat has come alive in the past 10 games.
The Mariners’ second-rounder pounded his fastball and rediscovered his slider on Saturday.
Everett loses a no-hitter and the lead in the 9th, but rallies for a 4-3 victory.
Everett digs an early hole and falls two games back of Tri-City after an 8-5 defeat.
Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium played host to dogs during the baseball game.
First-round pick George Kirby threw three scoreless to help Everett keep pace in NWL North
Bernie Martinez went undrafted, but has pitched himself up to Low-A West Virginia in his pro debut.
Carter Bins drove in three runs and Cade Marlowe two as Everett improved to 12-13 in the second half.