Some of the demands are untenable, some are unattainable, and some can be charitably labeled as naive or idealistic.
You have to think most people were thinking it.
Wouldn’t you know it: Just when the Mariners were getting kind of fun, the MLB season is teetering on the brink of extinction.
A few days ago, the column on the Mariners’ home opener seemed inevitable regardless of the result: If there was ever a year in which fans couldn’t be present, this was it.
This day was supposed to happen March 26 in front of a full crowd at T-Mobile Park.
SEATTLE — There was little doubt that the best linebacker in the game would field questions about one of the top safeties in the game. And on Wednesday, Bobby Wagner was all too happy to praise the newly acquired Jamal Adams, a former Jets DB.
In time-honored baseball parlance, the status of the MLB season is day to day.
At the onset of the sports shutdown, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott — after consultation with the presidents and chancellors — indicated that if classrooms couldn’t open in the fall, locker rooms wouldn’t open for the fall.
SEATTLE — The late Los Angeles Rams and Washington NFL coach George Allen is credited with coining the phrase, “The future is now.”
The familiar rhythms of baseball are creeping back, and there’s an undeniable comfort in that, especially with all the unsettling disruptions of these past few months.
The NFL is indisputably the king of professional sports in our country.
It’s a Hail Mary pass that just doesn’t fly.
SEATTLE — Fawn Sharp, president of the National Congress of American Indians and also president of the Quinault Indian Nation on the Olympic peninsula, awoke at 3:08 on a recent morning. These words came into her head: "Today is the day."
You don’t have to preach to Mariners center fielder Braden Bishop about the contagious nature of the novel coronavirus. His younger brother Hunter contracting it was all the confirmation he needed.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said Thursday that the conference is prepared to pivot quickly to alternate football scenarios in the event a 12-game regular season cannot start on time because of the coronavirus surge.
Blake Treinen was rolling south on Interstate 84 somewhere in central Idaho last week when I finally caught up with him
This spring would have been Lon Olson’s 25th and final season as head golf coach at DeSales High School.
I remember attending a couple of meetings back in late 1976 — or perhaps it was early 1977 — when the first Blue Mountain Sports Awards was in its planning stages.
Walla Walla Community College’s women’s soccer program — now some two-and-a-half decades old — has proven to be quite formidable in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC), formally the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC).
Jeff Reinland seemed to have it made as a high school basketball coach.
The coronavirus that prematurely ended Walla Walla Community College’s women’s basketball season earlier this month isn’t expected to negatively impact, at least in a big way, four-year colleges who are interested in recruiting Warrior sophomores.
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.