There’s an appropriate symmetry if this was somehow going to be the year that the Mariners finally break through again and reach the playoffs for the first time in 21 years.
Over the weekend, one state representative announced that he will introduce legislation requiring UW and WSU to remain in the same conference as they have since 1917.
A team that was projected to win around 84 games is currently on pace to win just 66 games this season – their worst win total in a full season since 2011.
I don’t envy the typical American sports fan trying to understand the typical Sounders schedule, which weaves in two other tournaments right in the middle of their MLS season.
If the Sounders can win CONCACAF Champions League, they could be one win from facing the UEFA Champions League winners at the FIFA Club World Cup. Among the teams still alive in UEFA? Liverpool, Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Chelsea and Real Madrid. The Sounders begin Champions League Semifinals this week.
This past weekend, the Redhawks won their seventh straight game. And their 15-4 record is the school’s best start in 58 years.
No one expected to raise a Stanley Cup in the Kraken’s first season. But no one expected a Kraken team that had some of the most favorable expansion rules in professional sports history to be in second-to-last place in their conference with no playoff hopes by the start of January.
FIFA's Seattle visit should be catalyst to big weeks ahead for Sounders, OL Reign
The prevailing sentiment was simply, “This is not a dream. This is actually happening. What a cool moment for the fans of this city.”
The end game – the ultimate goal – has always been twofold: To bring an NHL team to Seattle and bring the Sonics back.
Seager has a career-high 31 home runs and leads the team in HRs and RBIs.
Next Sunday, OL Reign play the Portland Thorns at 4, followed by the Sounders hosting the Timbers at 7:30 with one ticket good for both matches
I'm not here to judge Richard Sherman. I'm just here to support him and hope he gets the help that he needs.
Each week on "The Divide," Brandi Kruse offers a commentary that looks for common ground on issues that divide us. Topics include gun control, free speech, policing, and politics. This week: Governor Inslee's political shame game over vaccines serves no productive purpose.
The M's are five games above .500 and still in playoff contention despite having the worst team batting average and a -50 run differential this season.
Investigators should make public a key piece of evidence in case against two Seattle police officers
We celebrate the bravery, will and strength demonstrated by millions to maintain the fundamental freedoms and democracy we enjoy today. But part of that is understanding that we are still a work in progress as we strive to be "a more perfect Union," as our forefathers once wrote.
Each week on The Divide, Brandi Kruse offers a commentary that looks for common ground on issues that divide us. This week: Stop using Nazi comparisons.
Resist the urge to apologize when you’ve done nothing wrong. Brandi Kruse has more in her weekly commentary.
As the state prepares to emerge from a year of crippling lockdowns, Gov. Inslee has a chance to show businesses a little bit of grace