While the Mariners remain strangers to the playoffs (no appearances since 2001), 19 former Mariners have a shot at winning a World Series ring, including Willie Bloomquist.
Author: SPNW Staff
If not for two tipped passes turned into interceptions, Tarvaris Jackson would have had a better QB rating Sunday than Matt Hasselbeck had against New Orleans in the playoffs.
The University of Washington produced a rash of intriguing numbers during its 34-14 victory over the University of Utah in Salt Lake City Saturday.
Unloaded in July because the Seahawks wanted to get younger, Matt Hasselbeck of the Titans is off to the best start of his 13-year National Football League career.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame has a list of 103 for the Class of 2012, including six with ties to Washington. Two have a good shot at it.
The Seattle Mariners, who were closing their 2011 season Wednesday, announced earlier in the day they will commence 2012 by playing the Oakland Athletics in a two-game series March 28-29 in the Tokyo Dome. This will mark the fourth time — and first since 2008 when the Red Sox engaged the Athletics — that a
The Washington Sports Hall of Fame welcomed three new members, headed by Don Coryell, whose offensive innovations influence the way pro football is played today.
For a few days this week it seemed inevitable that the Pac-12 Conference would add a minimum of two and a maximum of four new members. But on Tuesday night, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott officially squashed a potential Pac-16, explaining that conference presidents and chancellors are happy with the current league alignment.
The Mariners will unveil a statue of Hall of Fame broadcaster Dave Niehaus at Safeco Field Friday. Fans can view it for the first time when gates open at 5:10 p.m.
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