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Red Sox Outlast Mariners 5-4 In 15 Innings

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Mariners let deadline pass quietly. Well done

Posted on by Art Thiel

GM Jack Zduriencik, who is nearly 0-for-the-trade-deadline, was wise to try to win a little with what he has. Mid-season is a lousy time to build a team that isn’t a contender.

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Harvin’s absence shifts Seahawks’ spotlight

Posted on by Adam Lewis

Percy Harvin’s loss figures to be some Seahawks’ gain. Sidney Rice, Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin and even ex-Husky Jermaine Kearse may get a piece of the action.

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Sounders’ Alonso named to MLS All-Star team

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Mariners’ new lineup plays ball with a drawl

Posted on by Adam Lewis

Seager, Franklin, Miller, Smoak, Zunino and Ackley all hail from the South, where director of scouting Tom McNamara seems to have made a pipeline for the most northerly city.

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#107: Iwakuma Seeks Payback Vs. Red Sox

Posted on by SPNW Staff

Hisashi Iwakuma started the season 7-1, 1.79, then had a five-game winless streak, and has come back to win three in a row. He faces the Red Sox Wednesday night.

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Red Sox Strike Early, Clobber Mariners 8-2

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Huskies boot DE Vatuvei for team-rule violation

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Harvin will have surgery; may miss 4 months

Posted on by Adam Lewis Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks | 1 Comment

Giacomini getting smarter; Harvin in New York

Posted on by Adam Lewis

Seattle has world-wide wide receivers: Not only was Percy Harvin in New York seeking a second opinion, Sidney Rice was in Switzerland getting treatment on a thigh muscle.

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