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The Korean Baseball League is back and gives a peek at what future MLB games will look like.
The former Marysville Pilchuck standout goes to Jacksonville with the 189th overall pick.
The Lake Stevens High School graduate goes to Indianapolis with the 122nd pick in the NFL draft.
The former Lake Stevens star is the top quarterback still available according to ESPN.
The King’s alum and Gonzaga forward won’t hire an agent and could possibly return to the Bulldogs.
Most fans believe the former Lake Stevens star will be a second- or third-round pick in the NFL draft.
The Lake Stevens High School graduate and UW quarterback is expected to be an early-round selection.
Jacob Eason, Jake Luton, Mosese Fifita and Austin Joyner hope to have their dreams realized this week.
Jacob Eason and Jake Luton have been playing together or against each other since flag football.
The former area prep star and Oregon State standout is drafted with the 25th overall pick.
The WNBA draft is Friday, but Mikayla Pivec is spending time trying to help during the virus pandemic.
ESPN reports the league won’t return, but Dragons coach Jim Zorn say he’s still hopeful.
Kevin Garnett, who will be enshrined this year, says he’d love to bring the NBA back to Seattle.
Flyers goalie Carter Hart still hopes to be able to play in the Stanley Cup playoffs this season.
Sidney Rielly earns player of the year honors in the DameLigaen, the top women’s pro league in Denmark.
The virus forces the cancellation of the tennis event for the first time for any reason other than war.
The relief pitcher, who signed with the Twins in the offseason, is expected to miss the 2020 season.
The historic IndyCar race won’t run on Memorial Day weekend for the first time since 1946.
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The Herald’s list of 10 memorable moments in Seattle sports history that can be found on YouTube.