The Mariners, apparently having landed upon Eric Wedge as their new manager, could hire any combination of Connie Mack, Leo Durocher and Joe Torre and it still wouldn’t address the club’s most fundamental issues, TWTWTW opines.
Author: Steve Rudman
Sounders FC enjoyed its best week of the MLS season, but the Washington Husky football team almost clinched an eighth consecutive season without a bowl game. Best & Worst of The Week That Was.
Please tell us how Seattle managed to get stuck with the worst batting order in American League history, and also the worst NFL offense in 2010.
Today we present the greatest one-year wonders in Seattle sports history. They range from Spencer Hawes, who bailed out of Washington after his freshman year, to Cliff Lee, who spent half a season with the Mariners before they traded him to Texas. 5 Spencer Hawes, UW, 2007: The 6-11 center from Seattle Prep could have teamed on Washingtons front line with Jon Brockman for three years (2007-09), likely ensuring three trips to the NCAA Tournament over that span rather than just one. But Hawes wanted the money and got it $2.1 million from the Sacramento Kings. 4 Joe…
Numbers can fascinate and amuse, and be used to start and settle all manner of sporting debates. But numbers can also tell stories. Here you’ll find the numbers that best reflect the pulse of sports in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.
History works against Heisman hopefuls who lose on Opening Day
It has become obligatory in every story about new Seahawks coach Pete Carroll to note that he had less-than-satisfactory results (career record of 33-31) during his first two stints in the NFL, first with the New York Jets, then with the New England Patriots.
You know about 200 hits, but did you know that Ichiro is the most golden of gloves?