Dempsey, Pappa score as Sounders knock off Timbers for second time in last week
Despite Palmer’s solid outing, Fresno’s three-run eighth edges Rainiers
Tumwater resident Stephen Vogt is impressing the A’s with his humor and sizzling batting average
Ryan Moore fires a 5-under-par 66 in the first round at the John Deere Classic
Ryan Moore, Kyle Stanley and Troy Kelly will play in the John Deere Classic.
Seattle Impact FC held an introductory press conference this morning at what will be their home arena: the ShoWare Center in Kent.
Tacoma lost leads of 2-0 and 5-2, fell behind 6-5 in the eighth inning, then rallied with two runs in the top of the ninth and held on for a wild 7-6 victory on Sunday evening in Fresno.
Gig Harbor’s Kyle Stanley moves into the top 20 at the Greenbrier Classic.
University Place’s Michael Putnam, Gig Harbor’s Kyle Stanley and Tacoma’s Troy Kelly play the The Greenbrier Classic in White Sulphur, West Virginia.
Sometimes, it just isn’t in the cards. That was certainly the case for the Tacoma Rainiers on Wednesday night, as they managed just three hits in a 7-0 Pacific Coast League loss to the Reno Aces at Cheney Stadium.
With big lead wasting away, California golfer makes clutch 25-footer for par at No. 16
Former Cal State Fullerton golfer leads by one stroke heading into Wednesday’s final round
Catch up on all the latest news and notes from Seattle Sounders beat writer Don Ruiz.
Tacoma’s Anna Green-Brown had the game of her life at the United States Bowling Congress Women’s Championships in Reno last week when she rolled a perfect 300 game, the first of her career.
Top Seattle Mariners prospect allows four hits in shutout
TUKWILA — After setting up the first two goals of Seattle Sounders FC’s 5-0 win in the U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday, rookie Aaron Kovar slung a team ball bag over his shoulder and dutifully walked it out of Starfire Sports Stadium and to the team locker area.
For the second time in as many games, the Tacoma Rainiers went into extra innings against the Oklahoma City RedHawks.
Bonney Lake’s Sean Packer appreciates golf history and the old relics that are identified with big tournaments.
I heard crowd noise I’ve never heard before Sunday, and then I heard it again.
San Diego nicked Mariners ace Felix Hernandez for one run before pushing across the game-winner in the eighth inning against Charlie Furbush for a 2-1 victory in their first game at Petco Park since Gwynn’s death.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Don’t be surprised if Jabari Blash isn’t with the team when the Rainiers return home to Tacoma on Tuesday.
An already moribund stretch of time brought another dose of negative news.
Two front-nine 7's all but end Ryan Moore's bid to finish in the top 10 Sunday at the U.S. Open.
The only thing Seth Bridges had to worry about while winning Saturdays 42nd annual Sound to Narrows 12-kilometer race was rain clouds.
Last December, Demetrious Johnson was two minutes into his UFC flyweight title defense bout with Joseph Benevidez when he showed the MMA world something they wouldn’t soon forget.
Susan Lacz and her crew of 660 workers are serving up 60,000 catered meals this week at the U.S. Open.
Allie Bordeaux found her her dream job at the U.S. Open. Bordeaux, of Tacoma, is one of 20 interns working in the 39,000-square-foot merchandise pavilion at Pinehurst No. 2.
Bob Welch died Monday night. The news reports put his age at 57, which is presumably accurate and entirely implausible.
Besides watching golf, people who attend the U.S. Open also spend their time and money at local businesses, the leader of the Moore County Chamber told University Place officials Monday (June 9).
Somewhere in Saturday’s field for the 42nd Sound to Narrows is expected to be arguably the most famous runner ever to participate in the race.
Shoppers from the general public snapped up hats, glassware and hundreds of other logo-decorated items at the U.S. Open Sunday (June 8).
One of the first things Mark Geiger was given after being selected as a referee for this summer’s World Cup was a plane ticket home from Brazil.
Brazil was so confident of victory in the last World Cup final played on its home soil, the country started to celebrate before the game had even started.
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. — So ends the relentless speculation that designated hitter/first baseman Kendrys Morales might be heading back to the Seattle Mariners.
The Seattle Mariners did something this past week that has been rare for the organization: They selected a high school senior with their first pick in the Major League Baseball first-year player draft.
Natural at this point of the offseason that observers would have a few consult-the-roster moments when watching Seattle Seahawks voluntary practices.
Steve Coburn wasn’t the primary reason Emerald Downs was busier Saturday than Sea-Tac Airport on the day before Thanksgiving. California Chrome’s co-owner, for instance, had nothing to do with the perfect spring weather track president Ron Crockett called “the nicest we’ve ever had for a Belmont Stakes.”
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. — Seattle Mariners rookie left-hander Roenis Elias set the bar pretty high in his last start. And, no, he wasn’t that good Saturday afternoon against Tampa Bay at Tropicana Field.
Rookie lefty Roenis Elias set the bar pretty high in his last start. And, no, he wasnt that good Saturday afternoon against Tampa Bay at Tropicana Field. Still not bad, though. Elias worked into the eighth inning in a 7-4 victory over the Rays. That will play, wont it?
Nick Franklin doesn’t have many problems with Triple-A pitching.
Seattle Sounders FC will go into the World Cup break with the best record in Major League Soccer, regardless of a win, loss or draw Saturday at the Chicago Fire.
The first day of the 2014 Major League Baseball first-year player draft was all about adding power, as the Seattle Mariners used their top two picks to add a pair of outfielders they hope will provide impact bats in the near future.
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. — Want to see most any Seattle Mariners fan — and, yes, many within the organization — scrunch their face into a lemon-biting grimace?
TUKWILA — There will be four familiar faces in less familiar uniforms Saturday when Seattle Sounders FC visits the Chicago Fire.
Tom McNamara said he saw Alex Jackson play a few different positions while he scouted him the past few years — mostly at catcher, some in the outfield and some at third base — though Jackson is most likely to begin his professional career as a right fielder.
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