Mariners turned their 2010 acquisition of Cliff Lee into a boon of prospects. Lee used it to finally settle successful but winding career.
Author: Todd Dybas
Manager fine with home-plate crashes; the danger of stereotypes; Justin Holiday’s draft prep; what Lorenzo Romar thinks of Terrence Jones hoopin’ in his gym.
With all the fervor about the Vancouver Canucks playing in the Stanley Cup Final starting Wednesday, Art Thiel and Todd Dybas discuss whether the NHL would work if a new arena was built to accommodate it and the NBA in the city.
The state’s big-time hoops programs were hit with sexual assault and drug charges in a messy season that became ordeals for both coaches.
With the Yankees coming to town this weekend, Todd Dybas and Art Thiel discuss whether the Mariners can continue to win by relying so heavily on starting pitching, the way they have over the past two weeks.
Despite traditional complaints about Washington’s non-conference schedule, its model isn’t going to change. That’s not keeping the team from an NCAA tournament breakthrough.
Welcome to the debut of “Off the Cuff,” a compilation of news, notes and anecdotes from around the Seattle sports scene.
Once he decided to leave his native Cuba, Sounders midfielder Osvaldo Alonso knew it would be years, if ever, before he saw family again. But his grandparents were permitted to join him this week in Seattle.
Distasteful as are some details in the Seattle police report, knowing what went on that night with Venoy Overton, which clouded a promising UW basketball season, flashes a bright warning light on college sports.
Unique style has made a unique bond between fans of the NCAA Tournament and Gus Johnson. No other TV announcer is as popular with a singular event.