In his bid to join the Angels, former Cy Young winner and former Husky Tim Lincecum had a rehab start at Cheney Stadium, where he was knocked around a bit by the Rainiers.
Author: Howie Stalwick
The Mariners placed RHP Felix Hernandez on the 15-day disabled list and brought up James Paxton from AAA Tacoma to start Wednesday against San Diego.
If you’re a Seattle fan needing pro hoops therapy, Damian Lillard is doing remarkable things in Portland, where the Blazers seek to tie their playoff series with the Warriors Monday night.
Ken Bone, the rare individual who enjoyed basketball success as a Husky and a Cougar – not to mention a Falcon – is on the move again. A former Washington State and Seattle Pacific head coach and Washington and SPU assistant coach, Bone resigned as the associate head coach at Montana.
Mariners’ one-win homestand and feeble offense prompts question about Safeco’s impact on fly balls. Servais says balls “do hang up there a little bit longer,” but wasn’t going to tackle the marine layer yet.
The college basketball season is long gone, but the losses continue to mount for the Washington State Cougars. CBS Sports reported that starting wing Que Johnson is set to become the seventh scholarship player to transfer out of the WSU program in Ernie Kent’s two years as coach.
Domantas Sabonis of Gonzaga is expected to be a first-round pick in the NBA draft, along with Huskies Marquese Chris and Dejounte Murray.
Zags go cold, then clumsy, in a late collapse against Syracuse’s fabled 2-3 zone. Coach Mark Few praised the Bulldogs’ courage, but the 11th-seeded Zags had the game in hand before losing their grip.
Mark Few of Gonzaga and Jim Boeheim of Syracuse, long-time friends, will square off in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA men’s tournament Friday night in Chicago.
AD Bill Moos cites greater expenses and less than anticipated revenue from Pac-12 Networks for another deficit, although it wasn’t quite as bad as the previous year.