If you want to know the impact of instant XFL stardom in contemporary terms, here’s Marcell Frazier of the Seattle Dragons on the aftermath of his stunning pick-six on Saturday:
Truth No. 1: The Astros’ cheating scandal was as disgraceful as it was disgusting and will forever taint the careers of those involved.
They came to CenturyLink Field in dragon costumes and team gear, nearly 30,000 strong, filled with curiosity and ready to unleash full-throated vigor.
There’s an exclusive club in Seattle that doesn’t care how rich or famous you are.
The morning of Sunday, Jan. 26 dawned in typical fashion for the University of Washington’s baseball team.
If a greater opportunity has awaited a first-year Pac-12 head coach, we are unaware.
The mere phrase “pitchers and catchers report” is always enough to thrill the senses — even if you know going in that those pitchers and catchers are not nearly good enough to compete for a title.
Two weeks ago, a few hours after Kobe Bryant’s death, I wrote a column about how Mamba helped bring me closer to my grandfather when I lived in Los Angeles.
EVERETT — Toward the end of the first set, after Serena Williams had won four straight games, Marysville resident Terry Hart-Harrison said to her husband, “I hope she loses one so we can see three.”
EVERETT — In the sports world, there are stars, superstars and icons.
There was Billie Jean King before any of them.
Speaking at his news conference Tuesday to announce a four-year, $30 million contract extension, Marco Gonzales spoke fondly of his “bad-ass parents.”
Washington’s softball team has become as reliably dominant as any program on campus, and here the Huskies are again, poised to seriously contend for a national title.
Last Thursday I went to trivia night in a Renton bar where one of the categories was all things Kansas City.
Roger Goodell thinks the NFL is doing some great work in making the game safer for players.
If you go through the history of Washington’s one-and-dones, the emphasis is going to be on the done.
The stories are being repeated around the women’s basketball world, and touch home poignantly here in the Northwest.
The emotion poured out of Bill Cowher and flooded out of Jimmy Johnson.
Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright thinks the most spectacular play in franchise history never should have happened.
It was Sophocles, the Greek tragedian, who said, “I would prefer even to fail with honor than win by cheating.”
Stefan Frei confessed that Sunday’s match was particularly difficult to prepare for.
Sometimes, to let him know it’s not a full interrogation, you lob a softball at a player before a line of critical questions.
ATLANTA — This one, finally, was going to be a romp, a much-needed break from the nervous breakdowns of Seattle second halves past.
PEORIA, Ariz. — Julio Rodriguez has The Look.
GREENVILLE, S.C. — In a different time, it was an attractive little two-bedroom home, constructed in the early 1940s out of red brick and owned by one of the greatest players ever to grace the diamond, a towering yet tragic figure who lived the last half of his life and went to his grave as …
The two bull moose sat in a square of open ground under the fanning scales of cedar.
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Six Pro Bowls. A Super Bowl ring. The NFL passer-rating leader in 2015. The NFL touchdown-pass leader in 2017. The second-best passer rating in NFL history. And, of course, 129 consecutive games played if you count the playoffs.
GLENDALE, Ariz. — About 20 minutes after Sunday’s game, a reporter asked running back Chris Carson about the 12-yard gain he had in the fourth quarter to give the Seahawks a critical first down.
Chris Carson stood in front of his locker, speaking so quietly that you had to strain to hear.
Pete Carroll wasn’t going to get any sympathy for his busted nose Sunday.