29 min ago
Cougs Snap 6-Game Skid, Beat Portland 1-0
PASCO, Wash. A bases loaded to walk to Adam Nelubowich in the eighth inning lifted Washington State over Portland 1-0 in nonconference baseball at Gesa Stadium, Monday.
6 hrs ago
Raburn relishing platoon role for Tribe
Raburn, 32, signed with the Indians in January after spending his entire career in the Tigers organization.
11 hrs ago
An unexpected day in Cleveland
Things you would expect to see in Cleveland: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the house where they filmed "A Christmas Story," LeBron James haters.
19 hrs ago
Rangers put Kinsler on DL, recall former Indian - Mon, 20 May 2013 PST
Top prospect Jurickson Profar will get most of the playing time at second base for the Texas Rangers while Ian Kinsler is on the 15-day disabled list with bruised ribs.
Sun May 19, 2013
WNFL-AM Green Bay
Rays' Moore stops Orioles for 8-0 start
Tampa Bay's Matt Moore matched a 1917 start by Babe Ruth as he improved to a Major League-leading 8-0 in the Rays' 3-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday.
The Miami Herald
Indians solve Hernandez, blank Mariners
The idea is to swing only at the most hittable pitches and watch the others smack into the catcher's glove.
Masterful matin e
Cleveland's Mike Aviles scores in the fourth inning of the Indians' 6-0 win against Seattle on Sunday.
Indians blank Mariners 6-0
The president and CEO of The Associated Press says the government's seizure of AP journalists' phone records was "unconstitutional" and already has had a chilling effect on newsgathering.
2012 SPJ NW Excellence in Journalism winners
The main transit organization in Snohomish County is declining to run advertisements from a statewide gun control group on public buses.
The Seattle Mariners hope their ace Felix Hernandez can help them cool off the red-hot Cleveland Indians on Sunday in the third chapter of a four game series at Progressive Field.
Sat May 18, 2013
Mariners may have reason for optimism after a slow start
Raul Ibanez was among the veteran Mariners hitters who really stepped up during a recent 18-game team hot streak.
Five things: Mariners win series in Bronx
The Mariners took a major step forward this week, winning a series in New York for the first time since 2004.
Brian Heise interviews me for Wahoo's on First
I did an email interview with Brian Heise of Wahoo's on First, the Fansided Indians blog, as a preview for the Mariners' series in Cleveland this weekend.
Fri May 17, 2013
Granderson activated by Yankees
Outfielder Curtis Granderson became the first of the New York Yankees' injured stars to return to the lineup, rejoining the team 2½ months after breaking his right forearm in his first at-bat of spring training.
Thu May 16, 2013
Mariners' Hernandez says back is fine
Tuesday's sixth inning brought on one of the Seattle Mariners' worst nightmares: a grimace on Felix Hernandez's face.
Cleveland Indians vs. Seattle Mariners: On Deck
Felix Hernandez is pitching to his "King Felix" nickname, carrying a 5-2 record and 1.52 ERA entering his scheduled start Sunday against Justin Masterson.
Spokane cat enjoys watching tv
Spokane cat, Alex, a handsome tuxedo enjoys watching the Seattle Mariners on TV.
Wed May 15, 2013
New York Yankees
Girardi has faith Pettitte's stuff remains strong
Aaron Harang has pitched in 304 games in his 12-year Major League career, but the one team he's yet to face is the Yankees.
The Real Reason "King" Felix' Chose to Stay In Seattle
It was the strawberry waffles at Chace's Pancake Corral in Bellevue, that was the clincher, the deal-maker, the real reason Felix Hernandez stuck with the Mariners and became the highest-paid hurler in the major leagues.
The News Tribune
Without Felix, Mariners can't hold on
Mariners trainer Rick Griffin, second from left, checks on pitcher Felix Hernandez during the sixth inning Tuesday in New York.