San Diego Padres vs. Mariners: MLB baseball love ‘em & hate ‘em Game 3

Munenori Kawasaki

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Jonathan Irwin reports on the third M’s game of the interleague series versus the San Diego Padres. Swept by the Padres the headlines will read. Not good. What is this? Erasmo Ramirez struggled out of the ‘pen, and now the Seattle brass decide he should be starting. Not good. For a split second Munenori Kawasaki was possessed by the spirit of Shaq. Nice catch.

San Diego Padres vs. Mariners: MLB baseball love ‘em & hate ‘em Game 1

Michael Saunders

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Jonathan Irwin reports on the first M’s game of the interleague series versus the San Diego Padres. The M’s looked lost all night then the 9th inning happened. Michael Saunders homered to kick things off. Four batters and one wild pitch later and the Mariners were just 1 run down with a man on and Jesus Montero at the plate. Then a hit, or a bunt or…UGH.

Padres vs Mariners in Seattle: Pitching, series preview, analysis & predictions

Felix Hernandez

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Danny Ferguson reports on the Mariners series matchup with the San Diego Padres. Tonight at Safeco Field in Game 62 for the M’s. The matchup tonight Padres LH Clayton Richard (2-7, 4.58 ERA) vs. Mariners RH Felix Hernandez (4-4, 3.42). Happy Felix Day! Felix is returning to the hill after 11 days off.

Northwest Coach Profiles: Mike Hargrove

Mike Hargrove

Another North West Coach in the spotlight today. Former Seattle Mariners skipper Mike Hargrove. Danny Ferguson one of our Seattle sports area bloggers points out Coach Hargrove isn’t to fondly remembered for his days in Seattle. His record in Seattle as manager is 192–209, including a 93 loss season record in 2005. To this day Hargrove insists his sudden retirement had nothing to do with his Ichiro Suzuki.

Northwest Athlete Profile: Corey Dillon

Corey Dillon

Another North West Athlete in the spotlight today. Former University of Washington Huskies tailback Corey Dillon. A former Cincinnati Bengals and New England Patriots accomplished running back as well. Dillon etched his name in the record books again on October 22, 2000 with a game for the ages. 278 rushing yards, breaking Walter Payton’s 23-year-old record for most in a single game.

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