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His three-run shot in the seventh inning propels Everett to a 5-3 come-from-behind win.
Louis Boyd was playing in Everett just two years ago.
Everett opens the second half of the season with a 5-3 win over Vancouver on the road.
Mariners second-rounder Brandon Williamson shines, but Everett’s bullpen can’t uphold the lead.
Offensive production, top draft picks and roster movement are things to keep an eye on.
Spokane clinches the first-half North Division crown with a 5-4 win over Everett
Everett keeps its first-half title hopes alive with a 6-4 victory over Spokane.
Everett misses a chance to pick up a game in the standings on first-place Spokane.
Cesar Izturis Jr., the son of 13-year MLB vet Cesar Izturis, is a favorite in the Everett clubhouse.
The Mariners’ first-round pick tosses two strong innings, but Everett falls 5-4.
Moreno, who was suspended recently for undisclosed reasons, and the M’s mutually agreed to part ways.
Everett walks 11 times and wins 7-1 to remain two games back of Spokane in the North division.
Gladfleter hits a grand slam, but Everett loses to fall two games back of Spokane in the standings.
The Mariners’ 14th-round pick can play multiple positions on the diamond.
Former AquaSox Logan Gilbert and Cal Raleigh were moved up to Double-A after dominant stretches.
Bellingham native Austin Shenton homered in his first game with his new team.
Patrick Frick and Cash Gladfelter each deliver a big hit in the decisive inning
Combining baseball and Pop! culture, Funko Fridays at Funko Field in Everett are a sight to behold.
The right-hander allows only one hit in two innings and strikes out two in Everett’s 6-2 win.
Austin Shenton went 3-for-4, but the AquaSox couldn’t drum up enough offense in a 7-3 loss to kickoff a three-game series with the… Continue reading