Olympia attorney and Tacoma native Bret Woody shows off some of his growing collection of Tacoma Rainiers gear. He’s particularly fond of the hat featuring the solitary R. “It’s just a way to represent my city. I love Tacoma,” Woody said of his collection.
He's got Rainiers gear for every occasion
Rainiers red caps a major hit in the minor leagues
TNT roundtable: Coaches, private trainer discuss future of football
Auburn Mountainview's Talan Alfrey ends big junior year with BYU commitment
Desmond Trufant hosts football camp at Wilson High School
All-Star MVP Renato Nunez discusses PCL win
PCL manager Tony DeFrancesco talks win in Triple-A All-Star Game
Seattle's Robinson Cano talks about the best moment of the All-Star Game
Watch: Pawtucket prospect edges Rainiers' Dan Vogelbach in Triple-A HR Derby
The day the great wall of Cheney got Zapped
Man with kidney disease receives surprise from his wife on a baseball card
Lynch scores soccer goal in flip flops, gets tossed for going full "Beast Mode"
Former manager Dan Rohn said it couldn't be done, but on Sept. 1, 2004, Rainiers first baseman A.J. Zapp became the first player to hit a home run over the giant 29-foot centerfield wall in Cheney Stadium.
Heather Winfree used baseball cards to tell her husband with kidney disease, Steve Winfree, that she is a kidney donor match. She hopes their story will bring more awareness to living kidney donations.
Wearing flip flops, former Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch went full "Beast Mode" at a charity soccer match Saturday, crashing headlong into the net to score an unconventional goal. The event was an annual charity match staged by former Sounders grea
At the annual Zeke-End basketball tournament, local NBA star Isaiah Thomas, the host, is met by the masses. They are mostly welcoming the former Curtis High School standout home after a long season with the Boston Celtics.