With the news last night that Justin Smoak would be activated off the disabled list — something the Mariners will officially announce once he gets here to Anaheim — the team officially begins its last-ditch bid to salvage the 2013 season. At nine games under .500, the addition of Smoak &
In case you missed it, the lineup for Pac-12 Media Day has been set —- the ESPN Pac-12 blog has the details here. As you can read, QB Keith Price and safety Sean Parker will represent UW, along with coach Steve Sarkisian. Each is a native of the LA area, so each will get a
I passed along the video earlier of Earl Thomas’ appearance on the NFL Network’s NFL AM show. Now, courtesy of the network, are some transcribed quotes of what Thomas had to say: On the feeling he has coming out of OTAs and minicamp: “Confidence. The biggest thing around the
This is getting ridiculous when it comes to how the Mariners keep getting blown apart in this ballpark. They got taken apart 11-3 tonight, surrendering 21 hits in the process. That comes on the heels of getting blown out 7-1 and 12-0 their first two times in here last month. So, yeah, all the good
Alex Liddi appeared to have been told in the postgame clubhouse that he is Class AAA bound. Liddi emerged from a back room right before we left and was sitting gloomily by his locker while a teammate or two headed over to chat. If he’s headed back, then Justin Smoak is coming up. Mariners mana
During his team's Game 3 rout of the Heat, Gregg Popovich was shown on TV talking to his players while they were in the process of burying Miami with a stirring offensive display.
By Jux Berg Seattle Times freelance writer Justin “Jux” Berg has lived in Bellingham for seven years. The Ohio transplant lives for baseball, both past and present, and has been a fan of the Mariners since the day Ken Griffey Jr. was drafted. f you’ve watched a Seattle Mariners gam
With his fourth start in the past five games, the team is finding out quickly how the young catcher adapts to the majors.
The U.S. collegiate national baseball team will host its Cuban counterpart next month in a five-game international "friendship" series.
Time for our daily morning look at what is being said out there about the Seahawks. … — ESPN.com’s Mike Sando examines the percentage of snaps the Seahawks have returning at each position group, as well as the rest of the NFC West. And the chart reiterates that the Seahawks and 49
Bruce Bochy had reigning NL MVP and batting champion Buster Posey as a perfect option off the bench to lead off the 13th inning.
Andrew Cashner provided quite the thrilling warmup for his Tuesday start against San Francisco: a tiebreaking bunt as a pinch hitter in the 13th inning Monday night.
They lost three times in three months in one of the most overpowering stretches the NBA has ever seen.
On his 100th pitch of the night, Dillon Gee fooled Freddie Freeman badly with a changeup.
Aaron Harang has never beaten the Los Angeles Angels in his lengthy career. During his latest attempt, the Seattle right-hander could barely even slow them down - and he still did better than his bullpen on a rocky night for the Mariners.
The Atlanta Braves waited a long time to get going.
Patrick Corbin had another chance to go to 10-0, and he certainly was good enough to do it.
The Chicago White Sox couldn't get anything going against Bud Norris through five innings Monday night.
The San Antonio Spurs have long been the NBA’s gold standard when it comes to drafting and development, preferring to scour the globe to find the right players to slot into well-defined roles.
In lieu of the recent news and events regarding the possibly of Seattle landing a NHL team, here’s a poll that is running in the Seattle Times.