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Cuba upsets Japan 6-3 at World Baseball Classic

Alfredo Despaigne hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning, helping Cuba defeat two-time defending champion Japan 6-3 Wednesday to finish first… Continue reading

Royals’ Hosmer to replace Teixeira in WBC

Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer will replace the injured Mark Teixeira on the United States team for the World Baseball… Continue reading

EdCC falls to Chemeketa in NWAACC title gane

The Edmonds Community College men’s basketball team’s dream season ended with a loss Tuesday. The Tritons came up just short of the Northwest… Continue reading

  • Mar 5, 2013
  • By Craig Craker Special to The Herald
  • SportsSports

Bruins have not beaten UW in Seattle since 2004

It was February 1993, the last time the UCLA men’s basketball team traveled to Pullman and came away with anything other than… Continue reading

Is it Miller time for Mariners?

With a mixture of pride and sheepishness, Brad Miller stuck out his hands for inspection. “They are gross,” the Mariners shortstop prospect… Continue reading

Sounders seek reversal of fortune

The Seattle Sounders would love to bounce back from a season opening loss by winning in Mexico tonight, but truth be told, the opening leg… Continue reading

Sounders fall 1-0 to Tigres UANL

Was it the ideal result? Hardly. Will Sounders FC take it? Absolutely. Playing the opening leg of their CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal, the Sounders lost… Continue reading

Ex-Sonics coach Karl hoping Kings stay in Sacramento

Denver Nuggets coach George Karl took a walk Tuesday to see some of his favorite places in Sacramento before his team played… Continue reading

U.S. women beat Iceland 3-0 in Algarve Cup opener

Captain Rachel Buehlers scored in her 100th game for the national team to help the U.S. women open the 20th Algarve Cup… Continue reading

Report: DE John Abraham to visit Seahawks

After the season ended, Seahawks Pete Carroll said one of his team’s biggest needs was to upgrade its pass rush, so it comes as no… Continue reading

Playoff race update

Here’s where things stand in the Western Conference playoff race: 7) Seattle, 54 points, five games remaining 8) Everett, 52 points, five games remaining 9)… Continue reading

Husband subs for wife, coaches Washington State to win

Mike Daugherty jokes that, after all of these years working for his wife as an assistant coach, he’s gotten pretty darn good at… Continue reading

Mariners’ Hernandez makes spring debut

Felix Hernandez allowed one run and two hits over two innings in his spring-training debut and Stefen Romero homered twice and drove… Continue reading

Huskies rally to top Oregon in tourney opener

SEATTLE — Summing up her team’s first game in the Pacific-12 Conference women’s basketball tournament, Washington sophomore Jazmine Williams said, “the first half, we just… Continue reading

A’s down Mariners 7-3

Jed Lowrie hit a two-run homer, and the Oakland Athletics beat a Seattle Mariners split-squad 7-3 in Cactus League action on Thursday. Tommy… Continue reading

Yankees’ Rivera plans to retire after 2013

A person familiar with the decision says New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera plans to retire after the 2013 season. The person… Continue reading

Hamlin fined $25,000 for criticizing car

Denny Hamlin was fined $25,000 by NASCAR on Thursday for criticizing the new Gen-6 race car after last week’s race at Phoenix.… Continue reading

Brewers GM stung by scorpion

Milwaukee Brewers general manager Doug Melvin is back at spring training after a scorpion sting landed him in the hospital. Melvin says he… Continue reading

Wrestling leader meets with IOC’s Rogge

The acting head of wrestling’s world body met with IOC President Jacques Rogge on Thursday, promising to fight to retain the sport’s… Continue reading

Wells battling for spot with Mariners

Outfielder Casper Wells doesn’t need to look at what the media has been writing or spend hours studying the roster to understand… Continue reading

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