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Huckleberries: When pigs fly and Kootenai County Republicans love commie Russia

There’s a reason that you just saw a pig fly. Some Kootenai County Republicans are angry because Idaho’s uber-conservative U.S. Sens. Mike Crapo and Jim Risch are wary of the …

Larry Stone: New Dave Niehaus biography is nine innings of great memories

In 1979, Billy Mac was sitting in the Kingdome bleachers and decided on a whim, “I’ve got to meet Dave Niehaus.”

Mariners honor late broadcaster Niehaus before opener

SEATTLE – Hall of Fame broadcaster Dave Niehaus was honored by the Seattle Mariners before Friday night’s home opener against Cleveland, the first time in franchise history Niehaus didn’t call …

Rizzs adjusts to Mariners’ games without Niehaus

PEORIA, Ariz. – Rick Rizzs sat at a picnic table at the Seattle Mariners’ spring-training complex Friday morning and looked toward the clubhouse. “I still think he’s going to walk …

Safeco ceremony fetes Niehaus

SEATTLE – It took Rick Rizzs only a few minutes before he was overcome with emotion talking about Dave Niehaus, his broadcast partner for 25 years. “Tom Hanks was wrong,” …

Mariners fans pay tribute to Niehaus

Safeco Field felt like a true church of baseball Saturday afternoon as thousands of Seattle Mariners fans came to say farewell to broadcaster Dave Niehaus. They stood in line for …

Mariners’ voice Niehaus dies at 75

SEATTLE – Seattle Mariners broadcaster Dave Niehaus, one of the most beloved personalities in the history of the team, died Wednesday at his home in Bellevue. The Mariners said Niehaus, …

Blanchette: M’s only true icon, Niehaus, gave jaded fans hope

Before he began narrating our summer nights, Dave Niehaus was third fiddle to Dick Enberg and Don Drysdale in the broadcast booth of the California Angels, owned by the Singing …

Voice of the Mariners Dave Niehaus dies at 75

Dave Niehaus, the Hall of Fame broadcaster who called Seattle Mariners’ games from their first season through this year, has died of a heart attack. He was 75.