1. Brett Favre, a Selfish Man

    It appears that Brett Favre is finally going to put an end to this sickening three year dance he's been having with the media, and whatever team he happens to be playing for at the time, and retire...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about almost 4 years ago 368 reads 0 comments

  2. Seattle Seahawks Five Bold Predictions for 2010

    Coming off another disappointing season in 2009, the Seattle Seahawks had to make some drastic changes in order to try to take back the division they ruled over for nearly half the decade, the NFC West...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 6,137 reads 53 comments

  3. Seattle Mariners' Bullpen Woes Mean Offense Isn't the Only Problem for Team

    Felix Hernandez was his usual dominant self on Monday night against the Kansas City Royals—tossing seven strong innings, scattering six hits, giving up just two runs, and striking out a half dozen before leaving with a 4-2 lead...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 293 reads 2 comments

  4. Seattle Mariners Playing Inspired Baseball, but It's Too Little, Too Late

    In the final game of June, the Mariners came out swinging against Javier Vasquez and the New York Yankees, putting up seven runs for the second consecutive game against the Yankees...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 953 reads 1 comments

  5. Not Pulling Their Weight: 10 MLB Stars Having Poor 2010 Seasons

    Baseball is a funny game, the line that separates the all time greats, and the unknowns is far more thin than in any other sport. In a game where the best in world fail seven out of ten times, you need a little luck on your side...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 1,395 reads 27 comments

  6. Seattle Mariners: What's in Store for 2011?

    Well Mariners fans, lets face it, the 2010 season is a bust. There will be no comeback, no 1995 style legendary run to the post season...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 1,808 reads 11 comments

  7. This Just In: Stephen Strasburg Is Good at Baseball

    It cannot be overstated how amazing the debut of phenom Stephen Strasburg was. Personally, I've never seen anything like it, and I seriously doubt that you have either...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 59 reads 1 comments

  8. Derailed: Seven Sports Stars Who Self-Destructed

    It's a sad thing when a person self-destructs, and can no longer control his or her behavior. It's hard to watch. Like a train heading towards a blown-out track, facing certain doom, yet with no way to stop...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 770 reads 2 comments

  9. Steroids or Not, Barry Bonds is the Best to Play the Game

    People like to take the high ground whenever it is convenient for them. If you've never been put into an opportunity that could cause you to make a questionable moral decision, than it's easy to condemn it...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 758 reads 16 comments

  10. Seattle Mariners' Showing Signs Of Life.

    After going a dismal 8-19 in May that dropped them into the cellar of the mediocre AL West, the Mariners have played inspiring baseball in June, going 3-0 to begin the month...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 130 reads 0 comments

  11. Growing Up With the Kid: How Ken Griffey Jr Has Affected My Life.

    Like any kid who grew up in Pacific Northwest in the 1990's, I idolized Ken Griffey JR. He was everything that was right about the game of baseball. He had more fun than anybody on the field, always smiling with his signature backwards ball cap...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 201 reads 4 comments

  12. Backfired: The Worst Moves in Seattle Mariners' History

    Sometimes, I think that my punishment in life for all the bad things I've done, and will do in the future, is being a devoted Seattle Mariners fan. It's not an easy life, and one that takes a certain kind of person to fully commit to it...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 2,380 reads 6 comments

  13. Hang 'Em Up: 5 Major Leaguers Who Need To Call It a Career

    We see it in every sport, a once great player hangs on too long, refusing to accept that his time has passed. It's hard to watch our heroes become mere mortals right before our eyes, and many fans seem to take it personally...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 990 reads 1 comments

  14. Seattle GM Jack Zduriencik Must Take Some Blame for Mariners' Poor Start

    Well my friends, another series has come and gone for the Seattle Mariners, and the result remains the same. Swept. This time by the Tampa Bay Rays...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 1,041 reads 5 comments

  15. Seattle Mariners' Troubled Offense and How To Fix It

    Four runs: That's how many the Mariners managed to push across the plate in a three-game series that saw them swept by the rival Texas Rangers...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about 4 years ago 1,070 reads 2 comments

  16. Mickey Mantle, Pete Rose Top List of Best Switch-Hitters in Baseball History

    People often forget how rare it is to find a truly great switch hitter. In general, the switch hitter himself is not all that rare of a commodity, you see them in nearly every game...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about over 4 years ago 625 reads 3 comments

  17. The MLB's 10 Players Most Likely To Break Out in 2010

    Every season a handful of young players take the next step in their career. Something clicks, and they go from good ballplayers, to All Stars. In 2008, it was Dustin Pedroia, Nate McLouth, and Ryan Ludwick who made that step...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about over 4 years ago 858 reads 11 comments

  18. Tales of a Transplanted Washington State Fan in the Heart of the SEC

    On a personal level, this is a hard end to the college football season for me. It's not the fact that a playoff system still seems very far off, at best. It's not that the bowl selection committee made the cowardly decision to have Boise St...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about over 4 years ago 249 reads 2 comments

  19. Mercifully, It's Over for the Seattle Seahawks... What's Next?

    The 2009 season has come and gone for the Seattle Seahawks. Like any good fan, I was watching and cheering for my team right up until the very end. On Sunday, finally, it came to an end. Many questions linger now...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about over 4 years ago 851 reads 0 comments

  20. The Top 10 Moments in Seattle Mariners' History

    It's been nearly 33 years since the Seattle Mariners played there inaugural season. A lot of good times, and a lot of hard times have come since then...

    Chris Miller Written by Chris Miller about over 4 years ago 386 reads 10 comments