Veteran utility player Willie Bloomquist is back with the Mariners this season, at the age of 36. Bloomquist says he strives to prove he’s an everyday player while accepting a lesser role.
Mariners’ projected cleanup hitter Corey Hart hopes he can return to form after missing the 2013 season and having microfracture surgery on both knees.
James Paxton, who has thrown only 24 big-league innings, might be the steadiest option the Mariners currently have behind ace Felix Hernandez.
M’s galaxy needs to be bigger than just 2 stars
Russell Wilson works out with the Texas Rangers in Arizona and leaves everyone impressed.
Red Bryant will remain an original. And though the salary-cap savings is vital, it’s hard to lose an original.
It was impossible not to be nostalgic Friday night at Alaska Airlines Arena. Former Washington superstar Brandon Roy sat courtside, watching his old head coach, Lorenzo Romar, outmaneuver with his old assistant coach, Ken Bone.
Seahawks face tough decisions as they wrestle with the NFL salary cap. Yet there’s no reason to think the team’s braintrust can’t continue to find good values in strange places as they replace popular players.
NCAA’s move to slow down hurry-up offenses will hurt creativity, freedom and innovation.
Mariners open their first spring training Wednesday since signing Robinson Cano, but they have a lot of work to do to win over a city still giddy from the Seahawks’ Super Bowl victory.
A young Seahawks team won a Super Bowl with a chip on their shoulder and then laughed at those who doubted them. Now they seem just as certain that they can do it again.