In an intense new documentary film, the consequences of ALS for the former star footballer for Washington State and the New Orleans Saints is chronicled through the family that suffers with him.
Author: Scott Johnson
Mike Zunino couldn’t have asked Hollywood for a better script for his first plate appearance after being called up from the minor leagues.
Recalling that they goofed in not drafting Seahawks QB Russell Wilson three years ago, the Mariners drafted Trey Griffey, son of Junior, even though he’s a wide receiver at Arizona. You never know.
The first time the NCAA developed a “final 4” format in one city was Seattle in 1952. The title winner was Kansas University, led by Clyde Lovellette, who the night before found himself lost in the Seattle fog.
Wedge read the Mariners’ explanation for his departure, and disagreed. So Saturday fired again, saying it ran deeper that just a contract extension.
The return of manager Eric Wedge couldn’t provide the jolt the Mariners’ bats needed Friday night, when another solid outing from the King wasn’t enough to beat the Los Angeles Angels. Felix Hernandez allowed three hits over six innings while striking out nine, but the hapless Mariners bats let him down once again in a
Clean-shaven and well-rested, Eric Wedge leaned forward against the desk of his office looking like a man who regained his balance Friday afternoon. About to partake in the first stressful professional situation he’d experienced in more than a month, the Mariners manager appeared anything but tense.
By Scott Johnson Already down a manager as Eric Wedge continues to recover from a July 22 stroke, the Seattle Mariners can probably cross the name of legendary star Ken Griffey Jr. off the list of possible fill-ins. Griffey tried his hand at an inspiring pre-game speech Saturday, telling Mariners players during his Hall of
In a rousing, emotional ceremony at Safeco Field, teary-eyed Mariners’ icon Ken Griffey Jr., entered the club’s Hall of Fame to the delight of a sellout crowd.
A dozen years have passed since two Edmonds-Woodway High School baseball stars were killed in the same vehicle accident. Community and family still search for ways to deal.