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  • Mariners raise prices on 2013 season tickets

    Mariners raise prices on 2013 season tickets
    The Seattle Mariners are restructuring their season ticket prices for 2013 in a move that will raise costs for most season ticket holders. The Seattle Times reported that eight Safeco Field seating areas will be consolidated into four new seating areas...
  • Commentary: Mariners deserve one-game boycott, but no one will be there anyway

    Commentary: Mariners deserve one-game boycott, but no one will be there anyway
    Even Sodo arena opponents should admit that with all the concessions Chris Hansen made in the revised arena plan, his intentions are true: Hansen’s not in this for profit. It’s simply a labor of love that comes with a ridiculously high price...
  • Plan ahead for area road closures: SR 520 Bridge, Mercer ramps, more

    Plan ahead for area road closures: SR 520 Bridge, Mercer ramps, more
    Several significant roadway closures will occur this weekend in Seattle. Drivers are advised to plan ahead and also consider special event traffic when selecting their routes. I-5 On and Off-ramps at Mercer Street: The I-5 on- and off-ramps will be...
  • Power rankings: No. 21 Mariners

    Power rankings: No. 21 Mariners
    No. 21 Mariners: 10th in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Indians. One run per game, plus a little more. That's what the Mariners have to find somewhere if they ever are going to reach the playoffs behind Felix Hernandez. Forget for a...
  • Angels Sweep Mariners

    Angels Sweep Mariners
    After Albert Pujols continually beat the Mariners with home runs in three straight games, Seattle starter Hector Noesi did a nice job to keep the Angels slugger in the ballpark Sunday afternoon. Unfortunately for Noesi, he could not do the same with...
  • Mariners Lose Fifth Straight

    Mariners Lose Fifth Straight
    Frustration in the Mariners clubhouse was as thick as the muggy air on a 93-degree night at Rangers Ballpark on Monday after Seattle lost its fifth straight game, this time a 4-2 decision to Texas. Lack of offensive progress, compounded by a critical...
  • 'Ugly' traffic expected in Sodo Saturday; I-5 crossing into Canada will close Sunday

    'Ugly' traffic expected in Sodo Saturday; I-5 crossing into Canada will close Sunday
    The Seattle Department of Transportation warns that traffic in the Sodo district will be “particularly ugly” Saturday as UW graduation ceremonies will be winding up at CenturyLink Field just as a Mariners/Dodgers baseball game starts next door...
  • UW seniors graduate at CenturyLink Field

    UW seniors graduate at CenturyLink Field
    About 5,000 seniors from the University of Washington took a big step on Saturday. It was graduation day. The commencement festivities were held at CenturyLink Field, because usual home Husky Stadium remains under construction.  EPA Administrator Lisa...
  • Mariners Lose 2 out of 3 to Dodgers

    Mariners Lose 2 out of 3 to Dodgers
    Whatever offensive momentum was gained by the Mariners on their recent road trip seemingly ground to a halt this weekend against the Dodgers, who pulled off a series victory with an 8-2 win on Sunday. The Mariners totaled just five hits on the day and...
  • Mariners Rally Falls Short to Padres

    Mariners Rally Falls Short to Padres
    A rough outing by Felix Hernandez proved to be too much on Tuesday, as the Mariners' rally in the ninth inning fell just short and the Padres escaped with a 5-4 victory at Safeco Field. Pitching on five extra days' rest after dealing with a minor back...
  • Smoak Comes Thru in 9th as Mariners Take Series Against Giants

    Smoak Comes Thru in 9th as Mariners Take Series Against Giants
    Felix Hernandez knew Sunday was going to be a good day when teammates urged him to go out to the dugout before his start because he had to see something. Hernandez never disrupts his pregame clubhouse routine, but finally relented in time to go out and...
  • Commentary: Mariners should sign Moyer for a day, and let him start

    Commentary: Mariners should sign Moyer for a day, and let him start
    We start by putting our Bud Light Spotlight on the 40th President of the United States. Or…more specifically, the pitcher who made his Major League debut when Ronald Reagan was in office – former Mariner, Jamie Moyer.   At 49 years old,...