1. The Top 11 Things Mel Kiper Can Do Now That the NFL Draft Is Complete

    The 2009 NFL Draft is complete, meaning Mel Kiper, Jr. has nothing to do. So we’ve gone ahead and come up with a list of 11 activities MKJ can undertake during his offseason. Enjoy. 11...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about 5 years ago 288 reads 8 comments

  2. Mavs' Dampier Sounding the People's Voice When it Comes to Parker

    Dallas Mavericks’ center Erick Dampier wants to send Tony Parker flying. And we’re cool with that. Tony Parker is arguably the cousin of the devil, who is of course Manu Ginobili...

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  3. Brad Wilkerson Is the Latest Career Casualty of Bavasi-era Mariners

    Brad Wilkerson announced his retirement from baseball today, just one year removed from being the Seattle Mariners’ opening day starter in right field...

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  4. Holier Than Thou Sabermetricians Rain On Our Parade

    Sabermetricians. Ugh. It’s like Major League meets Revenge of the Nerds, except the nerds aren’t fun, and they think they’re better than you...

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  5. Steroid Use in Cycling Is Comedy Gold

    You’re a man. The first thing you do when you wake up in the morning is scratch your balls, then pee standing up. You may or may not shower after that...

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  6. Thomas Coaching FIU for Free: That's So Crazy, It's Isiah Crazy

    After signing on to man the bench at the one school in the nation with initials that could denote “Fire Isiah U,” the new head coach of the Florida International men’s basketball team will be paying heftily for his job security...

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  7. Pro Sports Have Lost Their Kid Appeal

    As a kid growing up in the ’80s and ’90s, your typical Saturday morning meant one thing: the NBA on NBC...

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  8. Sports World Stops With Nick Adenhart's Death

    Los Angeles Angels’ pitching prospect Nick Adenhart was killed in a hit-and-run car crash early this morning in Fullerton, Ca. Hours earlier, Adenhart was on the mound for the Angels in just his fourth big league start...

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  9. Huskies' Plan To Thwart WSU Nearing Completion

    They hired Ken Bone without a second thought. They introduced him as one of their own; as the new men’s basketball coach. He got his own press conference and everything...

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  10. Mariners Look To Revolutionize Game with Rotation of Closers

    Imagine, if you will, a scenario in which Seattle Mariners' closer Brandon Morrow is a starter again. Visualize Morrow as he logs a 1-2-3 first inning before exiting the game in favor of reliever Miguel Batista...

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  11. M's Impose Little League Restrictions On Bedard

    Erik Bedard sees the sixth inning about as often as a fat guy sees his penis. This, of course, brings to mind a scene from Family Guy in which Stewie Griffin walks amongst a crowd ...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about over 5 years ago 147 reads 2 comments

  12. Jack Zduriencik Doing His Best To Make Bill Bavasi Look Like an Idiot

    Can you blame him? It’s not like Jack Zduriencik has to try very hard. The new general manager of the Seattle Mariners has spent the last few months attempting to put a heavy layer of whiteout over all of ex-GM Bill Bavasi’s mistakes...

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  13. Just How Old Is UConn's Stanley Robinson?

    University of Connecticut men’s basketball player Stanley Robinson looks like a grandfather, yet his birthdate is listed as July 14, 1988...

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  14. Brandon Morrow: Seattle Mariners' Former No. 5 Pick Turns Closer

    Brandon Morrow always wanted to be a closer. That’s what he claims, at least. “Once they traded [ex-closer] J.J. [Putz]…I kept going back and forth and back and forth,” Morrow was quoted as saying...

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  15. Manatee Sinks Pirates' Ship

    A manatee is a giant aquatic mammal often referred to as the “sea cow.” I learned this from an episode of "Family Guy...

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  16. 2009 Seattle Mariners Preview: Catcher

    We break down your 2009 Seattle Mariners, position-by-position, with the start of the MLB regular season fast approaching. We’ve already previewed the infield and the outfield, our third installment takes us behind the plate...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about over 5 years ago 146 reads 1 comments

  17. Ichiro Has Bleeding Ulcer...Gross

    Hold the wasabi! Ichiro is out? What started out as a rumor that Seattle Mariners’ right fielder Ichiro Suzuki might miss the rest of spring training took a wrong turn Thursday...

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  18. Isaiah Thomas To Turn Pro?

    According to a “status update” on his personal Facebook profile, University of Washington freshman guard Isaiah Thomas will declare for the 2009 NBA Draft...

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  19. Who Is To Blame For Sports Blowouts?

    On Wednesday, Apr. 1, the Eastern Kentucky University baseball team took on Kentucky State and the result was anything but pretty. After a 22-run first inning, EKU went on to a 49-1 blowout victory that was mercifully halted after five innings...

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  20. Seattle Sounders' Fredy Montero Under Investigation for Sexual Assault

    Seattle Sounders FC forward Fredy Montero (or “Mitsubishi,” as I like to call him) is in trouble. The best player on the hottest team in town has been accused of stalking and sexually assaulting a Sammamish (Wa...

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  21. Tim Floyd's Arizona Decision Boggles the Mind

    Pulling a Floyd: 1) Turning down a beautiful, unexpected gift for no apparent reason; 2) Committing an error in judgment of epic proportions; 3) Failing to appeal to sanity when faced with an otherwise easy decision...

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  22. Seattle Mariners Slogans: Counting Down the Top 11 Rejects

    They’ve done it again. Another year, another slogan from the Seattle Mariners’ marketing staff. Ever since 1995 and the team’s “Refuse to Lose” campaign, the ...

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  23. The Top 11 Age-Defying Athletes

    They say age is just a number, and these athletes know that first-hand. While your average athletes calls it quits long before they reach the top of the hill, this group of competitors managed ...

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  24. Calipari's Departure Could Send Recruit Cousins to Washington

    The backlash of John Calipari’s move to Kentucky has reached Seattle. The former Memphis coach indirectly bestowed the gift of hope upon University of Washington basketball fans when he switched employers Tuesday...

    Seattle Sportsnet Written by Seattle Sportsnet about over 5 years ago 1,134 reads 1 comments

  25. 2009 Seattle Mariners Preview: Outfield

    We break down your 2009 Seattle Mariners position-by-position, with the start of the MLB regular season fast approaching. Our first installment was an examination of the infield situation. In our second installment, we take a look at the outfielders...

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