1. Punchless M's Need To Start Exploring Trade Options

    A three-game sweep at the hands of the Colorado Rockies, and all of a sudden the Mariners—who had a 30-30 record when they landed in Denver—are now three games under .500 and suddenly looking like a losing ball club once again...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 167 reads 2 comments

  2. Top 11: Real Men of Genius Rejects

    By now, we’re all familiar with Bud Light’s Real Men of Genius ad campaign—a half-sung, half-spoken lyrical tribute to those men who shape our outlook on the world...

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  3. Tim Floyd Attempts to Salvage Reputation by Quitting

    When the going gets tough, Tim Floyd gets going. Going out of town, that is. The USC men’s basketball coach submitted a letter of resignation yesterday, and now appears to be headed for a spider hole in Iraq, or perhaps a beach in Mexico somewhere.

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  4. Nick Montana's Commitment Solidifies 2010 Washington Recruiting Class

    All it took was one visit to the University of Washington, and Nick Montana knew where he would be playing his college football. Forget the fact that the Huskies went 0-12 in 2008...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 1,294 reads 1 comments

  5. Mariners Build Towards Future with Draft

    Shortly after pitching phenom Stephen Strasburg was off the board with the first selection in the 2009 MLB draft, the Seattle Mariners made their highest draft pick since 1993, a year in which ...

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  6. Who Should Stay And Who Should Go As Mariners Look Towards Future?

    The Seattle Mariners have managed to stay afloat in recent days, winning back-to-back series’ against the Baltimore Orioles and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Still, the team remains two games under ...

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  7. Mariners' Russell Branyan, Jason Vargas Have Traveled Long Roads To Success

    Ten years ago, Russell Branyan was one of the top prospects in all of professional baseball. Blessed with prodigious power from the left-hand side, Branyan was a Bunyanesque slugger with annual ...

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  8. Player of the Year Lawrie Leads Washington Into Women's CWS Final

    The University of Washington softball team will play for an NCAA National Championship thanks to the 2009 Collegiate Softball Player of the Year, who also doubles as their staff ace...

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  9. Where have you gone, Taco Wallace?

    Remember Taco Wallace? The Seattle Seahawks’ 2003 seventh-round draft pick out of Kansas State, Wallace was the practice squad receiver with the funny nickname who never could find his way into a regular role with the team...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 1,972 reads 3 comments

  10. The Top 11 Sports Fans We Love To Hate, Pt. 2

    As they say in the rap game, it’s the remix! Back in March we brought you the first edition of the Top 11 Sports Fans We Love To Hate, and it was an instant hit. That list has since been reproduced on Sports Illustrated’s SI...

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  11. What if Michael Vick was White?

    What would the world think of Michael Vick if the former NFL quarterback was white? Would we be as quick to blame him for his past mistakes, including most notoriously, the dog fighting ...

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  12. Lamenting John Mayberry Jr. in Seattle

    Major League Baseball’s annual first-year player draft hasn’t always been kind to your Seattle Mariners (Point of Evidence #1, Point of Evidence #2)...

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  13. History Says Teams Would Be Better Off Passing on Stephen Strasburg

    Stephen Strasburg is arguably the most talked about name in college baseball these days. The towering 6′5″ starting pitcher can throw a baseball consistently in the upper 90s, and frequently at 100 MPH or more...

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  14. Fake Fan Attempts Suicide After Celtics, Red Sox Lose

    A local man was found lying in a ditch on the side of the road late Sunday evening after an apparent suicide attempt...

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  15. The 30 Worst Trades in Seattle Mariners History

    If there’s one thing the Seattle Mariners’ front office has been good at over the years, it’s making horrible trades...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 1,938 reads 12 comments

  16. The “B” Stands for Bandwagon: Fair Weather Fans at Fenway

    *A disclaimer: Before reading this article, please be aware that this diatribe is solely directed at members of the Boston Red Sox bandwagon and NOT members of the true Boston Red Sox fan base...

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  17. Ron Artest Making His Mark in the NBA Playoffs

    Ron Artest’s greatest enemy is himself. The only person who can take the man out of a ballgame, it seems, is Ron Artest...

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  18. The 11 Worst Free Agent Signings in Seattle Mariners History

    With the recent failures of highly-paid starting pitcher Carlos Silva fresh in the minds of Mariners fans everywhere, one can't help but wonder where the hefty right-hander ranks on our list of the team's worst free agent signings of all-time...

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  19. Seattle Mariners' Carlos Silva Should Donate Large Chunk of Salary to Charity

    Seattle Mariners' starting pitcher Carlos Silva is making $12,000,000 this year, which is roughly 240 times the national average salary. Of course, that’s figuring the average annual salary in America is $50,000, which it probably isn’t...

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  20. The Five-Step Plan To Revolutionize Soccer (and Yes, It Involves Weapons)

    Seattle Sounders FC coach Sigi Schmid says there's too much flopping in soccer. We couldn’t agree more. That’s why we have a plan to revolutionize the international game of football...

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  21. A-Rod, Selena Roberts Going Down In Flames Together

    Alex Rodriguez has spent the past year entering Barry Bonds territory. The kind of tragic ending to a superhero story that nobody can rebound from...

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  22. Three Keys to the Seattle Mariners' Playoff Run

    They’re winning when nobody thought they would. Not the analysts, not the numbers guys, not the fans, not even the most optimistic of Kool-Aid drinkers...

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  23. Mariners Welcome Back Prodigy-Turned-Comeback Kid, Denny Stark

    If you remember Denny Stark’s last appearance in a Mariners uniform, go ahead and pat yourself on the back. Congratulations, you’re a true M’s fan...

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  24. Top 11: Gym Rats We Love To Hate

    We all go to the gym. Some of us see the gym as a haven, a safe place where we can find solace and distance ourselves from the reality of our daily lives...

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  25. Twenty Years Later, Mark Langston Trade Still Benefiting Mariners

    Perhaps no player has had an impact on the Seattle Mariners franchise quite like Mark Langston. Langston, a former big league pitcher, has spawned a lineage of current and former Mariners that maintain roots within the organization today...

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