After missing the cut in his past two events, World No. 1 Rory McIlroy maintained he’s in “full control” of his game as he looks to win his second U.S. Open.
Author: Adam Lewis
From Tiger Woods’ struggles to Phil Mickelson’s quest for the career Grand Slam, this week’s U.S. Open at Chambers Bay has no shortage of compelling narratives.
Less than a week before the opening round of the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, the USGA released groupings. 15-year-old Cole Hammer goes at 3:12 p.m, which could keep him up past bedtime.
University Place native Michael Putnam tied for first at his sectional to qualify for the U.S. Open. Three former UW players, including Cheng-Tsung Pan, will join him.
Against Cleveland Friday night, Taijuan Walker was everything the hype said he would be. Eight shutout innings helped deliver a 2-1 win that brought the Mariners back to .500.
LHP James Paxton is on the 15-day disabled list with an injury to his left middle finger. That doesn’t bode well for a rotation already without RHP Hisashi Iwakuma.
The Mariners needed to be almost perfect to beat Corey Kluber. They didn’t come close on a warm Thursday night in a 5-3 loss to the Cleveland Indians at Safeco Field.
Even with that .181 batting average and high strikeout rate, the Mariners catcher doesn’t lag far behind the average American League catcher’s offensive production.
The release of the Official World Golf Rankings Monday yielded no big surprises: Puyallup’s Ryan Moore, ranked No. 34, will play in the U.S. Open.
As the Mariners’ top draftee in 2009 continues to nose-dive, calls for his departure grow. But there isn’t an outfielder in Triple-A Tacoma ready to take his left field position in Seattle.