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Here are five prospective major leaguers we’ll be keeping an eye on this season.
Even splits in the voting indicate just how tricky the Pro Bowl free safety’s holdout is for Seattle.
Seattle’s All-Pro free safety announced he intends to hold out until given a contract extension.
There is a debate that’s raged within the baseball community ever since Bill James pioneered the industry of advanced baseball analytics in the late 1970s:… Continue reading
Voters believe the Mariners have almost as good a shot as Houston at winning the AL West.
Changes are happening as a result of the City of Everett’s stormwater detention project.
Seattle has a one-game lead, but what to make of run differential and close-game performance?
Voters are not expecting a Seattle expansion team to have the same success Vegas is having now.
Melhart’s controversial catch preserved the Huskies’ 2-0 victory over Oklahoma at the Women’s CWS.
Related: Vote in our Seattle Sidelines poll about expectations for the Seattle expansion NHL team The best story going in sports right now? It has… Continue reading
Would the Seattle team follow in the footsteps of Vegas and be an immediate contender?
Voters are all over the map about which Snohomish County high school team will win state.
Eight Snohomish County softball and baseball teams vie for state championships this weekend.
Seattle’s star second baseman is out until August because of injury and suspension.
Things may have gone wrong for the Everett Silvertips at the tail end of their 2017-18 journey. The Tips’ season concluded Sunday with a 3-0… Continue reading
Seattle’s second baseman will miss time because of a combination of injury and PED suspension.
The deck may be stacked against Everett in the WHL finals, but the pressure is on Swift Current.
No season-ending loss on home ice; personnel changes made a difference; overagers honored.
Three observations about Game 4 of the WHL championship series.
Fans that were around during Everett’s first trip to the WHL finals waited a long time for another.