John McGrath HEADLINES
Nate Tenbrink did something Sunday that gave him reason to gloat.
Bruce Irvin’s four-game suspension, presumably for testing positive for the banned substance Adderall, finds Seattle Seahawks fans taking extreme sides on the issue of performance-enhancing drugs.
Ben Cheney's generosity and support of amateur baseball will be celebrated Sunday in Lakewood as some 200 former Cheney Studs players meet for a reunion.
The NBA’s Board of Governors meets Wednesday in Dallas to vote on the sale of the Sacramento Kings to a group of Seattle investors led by Chris Hansen and Steve Ballmer.
As the Seattle Mariners approach the quarter mark of the 2013 season, we can deduce this much about their everyday lineup: It’s better, and way more fun to watch, when Michael Saunders is batting leadoff.
On a sunny Sunday morning 17 years ago, I wished George Karl a happy birthday. We were riding the elevator down at a hotel in Houston, where the Sonics were getting ready to face the Rockets in an NBA playoff game.
The Oakland Athletics, who begin a weekend series at Safeco Field tonight, have a record of 18-18.
Betting on baseball is a sure way to lose money.
So now we find out the rest of the story: John Elway could have spent his entire career with the Seahawks. The ESPN documentary "Elway to Marino" analyzes the quarterback-rich 1983 draft with a hindsight that's both fascinating and frustrating.
The words “smallest crowd in Safeco Field history” shouldn’t faze me anymore. It’s one of those phrases involving the Mariners that are Muzak to the ears, as familiar as manager Eric Wedge’s laments about runners stranded in scoring position and the tightness in Franklin Gutierrez’s hamstrings.
The Sacramento Kings finally won big. A franchise that hasn’t claimed an NBA championship since 1951, when it was known as the Rochester Royals, faced Seattle on a not-so-neutral court on Monday. Sacramento prevailed in a stunner.
Josh Hamilton’s abominable April inched closer to its finish Sunday at Safeco Field, where the veteran outfielder looked less like the prize acquisition of baseball’s 2013 free-agent class than a desperate hacker in need of a swing coach.
Former Atlanta Braves pitcher Rick Camp died Thursday in the northwest Georgia town of Trion, where he was born.
Eric Wedge, who is as weary of watching the Mariners’ punchless bats as the rest of us, made a lineup change the other day. The world sustained its orbit around the sun — the stock market didn’t tumble 2,000 points in 20 minutes — but the manager’s maneuver is more substantial than it looks.
The Seattle Seahawks don’t figure to be first-round players in the NFL draft, which begins Thursday and will run, well, longer than the typical human brain is wired to tolerate.
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