Mariners rally to beat Rangers 6-4

Robinson Cano had a two-run single in the ninth and the Seattle Mariners won 6-4 at Texas on Monday night, only hours… Continue reading

Mariners’ Haniger out 10-14 days

The reports on injured Mariners right fielder Mitch Haniger, who was hit in the face Saturday by a pitch, continue to ring with optimism. General… Continue reading

Mariners notebook: Paxton named Co-AL Player of the Week

Big Maple is starting to get some big attention. Mariners left-hander James Paxton was picked Monday as the American League’s co-player of the week after… Continue reading

Prep notebook: WSBCA announces all-state baseball teams

Local baseball players were well-represented on the Washington State Baseball Coaches Association’s all-state teams. The Glacier Peak senior trio of shortstop Ryan Ober and outfielders… Continue reading

Aaron Judge smashes his way to Home Run Derby title

Aaron Judge hit the glass behind left field that supports the retractable roof at Marlins Park. He drove balls over the… Continue reading

Hammons retires after 25 years as Snohomish baseball coach

Three years ago, Kim Hammons thought he was ready to call it a career. So the longtime Snohomish High School baseball coach wrote… Continue reading

Iwakuma hits a bump in his recovery

The road back for injured Mariners right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma hit another major bump when he experienced renewed… Continue reading

M’s send Altavilla to Tacoma to focus on “simplifying approach”

With right-hander Andrew Moore headed back to Seattle from Triple-A Tacoma to start Monday’s series-opener against the… Continue reading

Kamiak to honor pair with memorial baseball tournament

The Kamiak High School baseball program was struck with a double dose of tragedy last summer. Longtime Mukilteo School District teacher Frank Nickerson, who coached… Continue reading

Gators top LSU 4-3 in CWS finals opener

Florida got a dominant performance from Brady Singer, a big defensive play when LSU was threatening and just enough offense.… Continue reading

M’s use their top draft pick on first baseman from Kentucky

A few minutes before the Seattle Mariners made University of Kentucky first baseman Evan White their first-round draft choice Monday, the tense, almost… Continue reading

Felix to make one more rehab start

Five strong innings Sunday by Felix Hernandez in a rehab start at Triple-A Tacoma wasn’t enough to convince the Mariners to change his… Continue reading

Lynnwood’s McMahan keeping options open as MLB draft nears

Kyler McMahan is in a good place. While the former Lynnwood High shortstop isn’t likely to be selected when the three-day Major League… Continue reading

E-W’s Mitchell is The Herald’s Baseball Player of the Year

An early-season arm injury significantly changed Brandon Mitchell’s role on the Edmonds-Woodway High School baseball team this spring. Mitchell was slated to be the team’s… Continue reading

The Herald’s 2017 All-Area baseball teams

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Brandon Mitchell, Edmonds-Woodway, sr. Mitchell recorded a .432 batting average, .567 on-base percentage, .797 slugging percentage and four home runs. He… Continue reading

Saturday’s prep results

BASEBALL 4A State Tournament At Safeco Field Saturday’s games Third/fourth place Skyview 7, Kentwood 4 Championship Puyallup 3, Kentlake 2 3A State Tournament At Safeco… Continue reading

Edmonds-Woodway baseball falls to Gig Harbor in semifinals

The Edmonds-Woodway baseball team waited 27 years to make its first appearance in the state semifinals. The Warriors will have to wait a… Continue reading

Friday’s prep results

BASEBALL 4A State Tournament At Safeco Field Today’s semifinals Puyallup 5, Skyview 4 Kentlake 5, Kentwood 4 Today’s games Third/fourth place Skyview vs. Kentwood, 10… Continue reading

Thursday’s prep results

BASEBALL 4A State Tournament At Safeco Field Today’s semifinals Skyview vs. Puyallup, 10 a.m. Kentwood vs. Kentlake, 1 p.m. Saturday’s games Third/fourth place Skyview-Puyallup loser… Continue reading

Senior-led Edmonds-Woodway baseball team seeks to make history

It’s been a long time in coming. Friday marks the first time the Edmonds-Woodway baseball team has played in the state semifinals since… Continue reading