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  • Lou Piniella thankful, reflective on time in Seattle

    SEATTLE – Lou Piniella had to stop, collect himself and fight back tears. It was not the type of emotion Seattle Mariners fans got accustomed to seeing from the fiery …


  • Grippi: M’s need younger version of Piniella

    Friday: The local major league baseball franchise is like Kryptonite right now, slowly sapping the interest of even the most loyal fan. Watching last night’s American League divisional series game, …


  • Lou hits a homer with fans without closer fences

    Lou Piniella was back in town this week. Seattle couldn’t get enough of him. From the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to the Metropolitan Grill to a Safeco Field fundraiser …


  • Mariners of 2001 remember remarkable chemistry

    SEATTLE – Ten years later, Lou Piniella does second-guess himself, if only a little. “What could I have done differently?” he said. “I could have brought Jamie Moyer back on …


  • Blanchette: Fiery nature brands Lou’s career

    Lou Piniella walked away from baseball on Sunday, a month earlier than planned and with a tip of the cap instead of a kick of the cap. The latter would …


  • Piniella done at season’s end

    After all those dirt-kicking, base-tossing tantrums, Lou Piniella is going out with more of a whimper. This isn’t the way he envisioned his final days as the Chicago Cubs’ manager.


  • Commentary: Nothing easy for Piniella

    CHICAGO — Randy Johnson threw out the ceremonial first pitch on opening day at Safeco Field, surrounded by old Mariners teammates. Ken Griffey Jr. came back for one more season, …

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