AquaSox

AquaSox’s White has tools, work ethic to be big-league success

If you blinked you might have missed him. Evan White, the first round pick of the Seattle Mariners in last month’s Major League… Continue reading

Hillsboro rolls past AquaSox in 11-2 victory

Seattle first-round pick Evan White hit his first professional home run Saturday, but it was of small consolation in Everett’s 11-2 loss… Continue reading

AquaSox rally falls short in 5-4 loss at Hillsboro

A late-game comeback fell just short as the Everett AquaSox fell 5-4 to the Hillsboro Hops Friday night before 2,902 fans at… Continue reading

AquaSox open 5-game set with Hops with 5-4 walk-off loss

The Hillsboro Hops came from behind in the late innings and ultimately prevailed 5-4 over the Everett AquaSox before 3,672 fans Thursday… Continue reading

AquaSox build early lead, hang on to beat Canadians 7-5

The Everett AquaSox took a five-run lead in the third inning and held on to defeat the Vancouver Canadians 7-5 Wednesday before 2,483… Continue reading

AquaSox not concerned about finding innings for 18 pitchers

With the recent influx of 2017 draftees, the Everett AquaSox have a total of 18 pitchers on their roster. That’s not entirely unheard… Continue reading

Canadians out-rally AquaSox in wild 15-13 win

The Vancouver Canadians topped the Everett AquaSox 15-13 Tuesday before 1,499 fans at Everett Memorial Stadium. The Canadians rallied to win with four… Continue reading

Shorecrest grad feeling right at home with AquaSox

It’s a rare occurrence in professional baseball when an athlete gets to play for his local team. While the sheer number of minor-league… Continue reading

AquaSox hold off late rally, beat Tri-City 4-3

Johnny Slater, the Mariners 28th-round pick out of Michigan in this year’s draft, marked his professional debut with a home run… Continue reading

Top-pick White takes BP with Mariners before joining AquaSox

The idea was for Evan White to experience life as a major leaguer. White, the top pick of the Seattle Mariners at No.… Continue reading

Dust Devils beat AquaSox 5-4 on walk-off single

Tri-City center fielder Tre Carter hit a two-out, walk-off single to left field, handing Everett a 5-4 road loss Friday night in the… Continue reading

AquaSox top Canadians 5-1, snap 3-game losing skid

The Everett AquaSox salvaged the final game of their first road series of the season as they defeated the Vancouver Canadians 5-1… Continue reading

AquaSox fall to Canadians 8-4 for third straight defeat

The Everett AquaSox dropped their third straight game Wednesday as they fell 8-4 to the Vancouver Canadians at Nat Bailey Stadium. The… Continue reading

AquaSox open road trip with 7-1 loss to Canadians

Defensive struggles and big innings continued to plague the Everett AquaSox Tuesday as they fell 7-1 to the Vancouver Canadians at Nat… Continue reading

AquaSox get an early jump on the Hops, win 6-3

This time, it was the Everett AquaSox who jumped in front with an early offensive barrage. After surrendering eight first-inning runs in Saturday’s… Continue reading

Eight-run 1st dooms AquaSox in 12-4 loss to Hops

The Hillsboro Hops had an eight-run lead before the Everett AquaSox came to bat and were never threatened in a 12-4 win over… Continue reading

Dad surprises AquaSox left-hander Watson with visit

Friday night, Gene Watson was in Charleston, South Carolina, as part of his job as the director of pro scouting for the Kansas… Continue reading

AquaSox hang on for 5-3 win, team’s first of 2017 season

It was more interesting than it needed to be, but the Everett AquaSox collected their first victory of the young Northwest League season… Continue reading

Former M’s All-Star catcher Wilson in Everett to help AquaSox

A number of former Seattle Mariners remain in the organization either as coaches or commentators, and former All-Star and Mariners Hall of Fame… Continue reading

AquaSox center fielder Hernandez holds family above all else

The bonus money is nice. So is the recognition as the No. 6 prospect in the Seattle Mariners organization. But there is one… Continue reading