SEATTLE — And on the eighth day, the Mariners lost yet again.
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SEATTLE — If the Seattle Mariners haven’t hit rock bottom yet, they at least found something close to it against the Houston Astros on Monday night.
NEW YORK — Phil Jackson made his first major move as Knicks president Monday, firing Mike Woodson and his entire staff.
Shanghai — Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton claimed his third consecutive Formula One victory by putting on a superb performance in Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix.
Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah has been selected as the 2013-14 NBA Defensive Player of the Year, the league announced Monday.
Seattle has one of the most stable starting quarterback situations in the NFL, with Russell Wilson leading the Seahawks to a Super Bowl title last season in only his second year in the league.
MIAMI — The Seattle Mariners’ misery on this road trip matriculated to Miami. Seattle got another second straight subpar start from a starting pitcher, found a way to fight back into the game and then watch it slip away in the end.
Portland vs Houston
Seattle Sounders FC traded away midfielder Mauro Rosales this past offseason, though neither the team nor Rosales really wanted it to happen.
ARLINGTON, Texas — The showdown was overshadowed by a meltdown.
SEATTLE — Clint Dempsey’s curling free kick from almost 30 yards is among the nominees for goal of the week in Major League Soccer.
TACOMA — The rehabilitation of Taijuan Walker’s shoulder, and his possible return to the Mariners, took a step back Tuesday. What’s unclear is just how big of a step back.
Wide receiver Sidney Rice agreed to terms Wednesday on a one-year deal to return to the Seattle Seahawks.
ATLANTA — Forty years after he received waves of racist hate mail as he chased Babe Ruth’s record of 714 home runs, Hank Aaron has been reliving the experience the past week.
MIAMI — The U.S. team has arguably the most brutal travel schedule of all the 32 teams in the Brazil World Cup this summer, but nobody affiliated with the tournament is racking up as many frequent flier miles as the golden 14-inch-high, 13-pound World Cup trophy, which made a stop in Miami on Tuesday.