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Huskies softball postponed as tornado hits OKC

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Iwakuma Leads Mariners Past Twins 3-0

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Huskies vault legend Brian Sternberg (1943-13)

Posted on by Steve Rudman

Washington’s Brian Sternberg might have become history’s first 20-foot pole vaulter, but a tragic trampoline accident placed him in a wheelchair the rest of his life.

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Thiel: Mariners need to lock up Morales soon

Posted on by Art Thiel

Another HR for Kendrys Morales makes him Mariners’ early MVP. But he’s on a one-year deal, and his agent is Scott Boras. Anything to worry about here, Mariners fans?

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#55: Small Sample, But Iwakuma Loves Twins

Posted on by SPNW Staff

After splitting four games with the San Diego Padres, the Mariners begin a three-game series at Target Field in Minnesota Friday against the Twins.

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Mariners Bang 5 Homers, Felix Beats Padres 7-1

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Wrist injury forces Huskies WR Johnson to retire

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#54: Petco Park Good Spot For Felix Turnaround

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A 3-2 walk-off loser Wednesday, the Mariners conclude their two-game visit to Petco Park Thursday and then head to Minneapolis.

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Mariners Fall To Padres 3-2 On Another Walk-Off

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Mariners’ Wedge takes on stat geeks; apologizes

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