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Get ready for another season of the most hapless act in sports.
Collin Morikawa wanted to wear a red shirt on Sunday to show support for Tiger Woods as he recovers from a serious car crash.
Feel-good stories weren’t hard to find as major league spring training games opened in Arizona and Florida.
Also, Baylor lost. So perfection even comes with the bonus of being a solo act.
The circumstances were not anything close to usual, but Saturday night’s final home game for Gonzaga ended like every other game the Zags have played this season. With a win. And a lot of praise, along with some smart questions, from the ESPN broadcast duo of Dave Flemming and Sean Farnham.
In one of his final acts as Seattle Mariners CEO and president, Kevin Mather’s recent remarks to the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club were shocking in the sheer scope of aggrieved people it left in its wake.
If you didn’t know better, you might think the Bulldogs were playing a first-round, NCAA Tournament game. But who knew their opponent would morph into a 16th seed from, say, Virginia vs. UMBC in 2018.
What if this is it? What if linebacker K.J. Wright, who’s as fierce on the field as he is friendly off it, has played his last game as a Seattle Seahawk?
The good news – no, make that the BEST news – is that Tiger Woods will survive after being pried Tuesday from the twisted wreckage of his SUV in Southern California.
Annika Sorenstam and Yani Tseng are playing on the LPGA Tour this week.
NASCAR risked alienating its core fan base when it banned the display of the Confederate flag at its last year.
Metric measurements, altitude-adjusted times, infield events that are made impossible to follow, mish-mash qualifying procedures – track and field loves itself some inscrutability.
When a game gets out of hand, what is the broadcast team to do? It’s certainly a pregame discussion among any group that presents a Gonzaga game this month.
Chris Flexen has been characterized as a completely different pitcher than the one who left the Mets organization 14 months ago as a broken prospect.
The NBA had done a lot of things right during the pandemic. Not this time.
In 1987, the West Coast Conference staged its first postseason basketball tournament, and then spent two decades trying to get it right.
When the beholder is ESPN’s Jay Bilas, there is a certain beauty he appreciates from this year’s Gonzaga basketball team.
Seattle Times reporter Ryan Divish has already been sending me screenshots of the temperature in Peoria, Arizona — a sunny 66 degrees at last check — and you know what? It doesn’t bother me too much.
A blade of grass can depict how important Chris Henderson was to the Sounders FC franchise.
You’re not going to find a complaint about Russell Wilson’s candor in this space. That’s an all-too-common form of media hypocrisy — grumble about someone spouting too many cliches, then grumble more when they’re a little too honest.