A GRIP ON SPORTS • It's Ken Griffey Jr.'s weekend in Cooperstown, N.Y. The Hall of Fame. The Mariners' first player. What does it mean? More importantly, what did he mean to our area? Read on.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • You think the NFL is the only league that values parity? You should check out the Northwest League's North Division standings. The only surprising thing is that all four teams aren't tied. Read on.
The Spokane Indians, with a 16-17 record, are in a playoff race. Yes, you read that right.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • In another day of excitement, the Mariners did something that may have signaled the end of their 2016 hopes. Even if they deny it. Read on.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Are we seeing the end of an era in golf? Is it true Tiger Woods will never play again? Or is a miracle comeback on the way? Read on.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • The Olympics are not that far away. Yet, we're not even sure which athletes will be there, whether the facilities will be done or, now, even if one of the major players on the international scene, Russia, will be allowed to compete. Read on.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Watching two great athletes at the top of their game compete one-on-one is about as good as it gets. But that's only part of why yesterday's British Open final round was so special. Read on.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • The older you get, the more you notice how much the world has changed. Most of the time it's for the better. Read on.
Xavier Turner has missed four of the last five games with an injury, but it’s nothing to sweat.
Just like everywhere else, Pokemon Go has captivated Spokane Indians players and employees.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • It's the middle of July and most of the civilized sports world is taking football. That's if you translate "civilized" into "Pac-12 territory." Other places are talking about other things. Read on.
Mike Leach is unsure what the current criteria is for Heisman Trophy selection. But he knows which player elevated his teammates the most in 2015.
Gabe Marks held court at Pac-12 Media Days, and made sure to show a little love to his quarterback.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Where were we? Heck if I know. Read on.
Backup quarterback Payton Bender will play this season at Itawamba Community College in Fulton, Mississippi.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Who knew a clock in baseball would be a good thing? Strike that. A great thing. A home run, really. Read on.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s always better to sleep in your own bed. That’s a big part of why home field or court or whatever is so important. Include “column writing” under the “whatever” category. Read on.
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