RENTON — Steady on the edge, uncertain in the middle.
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CLEVELAND — As fans anxiously await the news of an acquisition that can push the Mariners closer to a possible wild card berth, the Mariners made none on the day before the Major League Baseball trade deadline of 1 p.m. PST today.
SEATTLE — As hydroplanes descend on Lake Washington this weekend for the annual Seafair race, they bring with them what is also now an annual question — will the sport ever return to its glory days?
CLEVELAND — The Mariners found out what manager Lloyd McClendon already knew — Corey Kluber is really good.
SEATTLE — The main scoreboard faded to black in the second minute, the press box lights flickered and large sections of the CenturyLink Field floodlights shut off, but the Seattle Sounders and Los Angeles Galaxy battled on in the fading twilight.
KENNEWICK — Dave Villwock may have the most career victories of any unlimited hydroplane driver with 67.
LOS ANGELES — A judge gave Shelly Sterling a sweeping victory Monday afternoon and cleared the way for Steve Ballmer’s record $2 billion purchase of the Los Angeles Clippers to proceed.
SEATTLE — Attending the Pro Football Hall of Fame Fan Fest in Cleveland last May, Seahawks legend Walter Jones experienced flashbacks to his first year with Seattle in 1997.
SEATTLE — The problem is so old now, so frustratingly persistent, that it’s beginning to feel permanent.
SEATTLE — This is the Dustin Ackley the Seattle Mariners have been waiting for.
SEATTLE — You can’t say the Seattle Mariners didn’t hit on Sunday.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns from a two-week break with one of its marquee races, the Brickyard 400, on Sunday.
RENTON — When Mike Pereira, the former vice president of officiating for the NFL, tweeted earlier this month the “biggest point of emphasis” for officials this season would be illegal contact and defensive holding, it wasn’t hard to draw the connection to the Seahawks.
Seattle Seahawks training camp roster (88 players)
RENTON — Seahawks general manager John Schneider, in an appearance on ESPN 710 Seattle radio this morning — the team’s flagship station — said running back Marshawn Lynch has “made a decision not to be here” as training camp starts today.