SEATTLE — There were plenty of numbers in Seattle’s favor Wednesday night against San Jose.
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RENTON — In his first full practice after offseason ankle surgery, linebacker Malcolm Smith made the play of the day.
South Williamsport , Pa. — Not even Mo’ne Davis could stop the hard-hitting bunch from Nevada, although the team from Pennsylvania held their own for most of the night.
Tony Stewart will not race at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway on Saturday night, the third consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race that Stewart will have missed since his involvement in a fatal accident.
The San Francisco Giants won their protest of Tuesday night’s 2-0 loss to the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field.
PHILADELPHIA — It was a game the Mariners probably should have won and a series they needed to win.
SANDY, Utah — Real Salt Lake is known for starting fast at home, so the Seattle Sounders concentrated on surviving those early minutes before taking their chances later.
PHILADELPHIA — It’s not like the Mariners hadn’t seen Philadelphia starter Jerome Williams before. The veteran right-hander has been around so long, few teams in baseball can say that.
RENTON — Redemption came in waves for Seahawks cornerback Tharold Simon over the weekend.
SEATTLE — It was a seminal moment in Mariners lore, so much of which seems to be fixated on the 1995 miracle comeback.
Rob Manfred, the chief lieutenant to Bud Selig, was elected Thursday as commissioner of Major League Baseball.
Tony Stewart is grieving at an undisclosed location in the aftermath of the incident in which 20-year-old driver Kevin Ward Jr. was struck and killed by Stewart’s race car, Stewart’s team said Friday.
DETROIT — Perhaps every series should be labeled as the “biggest” or “most important” of the season. Because the Seattle Mariners seem to be thriving as the pressure of the push for a postseason berth grows with each passing day.
SEATTLE — The Seahawks filled in the blanks on their to-do list while filling up the scoreboard Friday night in beating San Diego 41-14 in their second exhibition game of 2014.
SEATTLE — It was billed as the Mariners’ biggest series of the season, the likes of which this part of the country hadn’t seen in years.