Mariners Trade Michael Saunders…..Finally!

Jack Zduriencik has been busy lately getting the Seattle Mariners ready for the 2015 season and I want to go on the record saying that he is finally making some good moves in my humble opinion. In addition to locking-up Kyle Seager in a long-term contract and landing Nelson Cruz, Jack Z. traded away Michael […]

15th Anniversary of the “Battle in Seattle” N30

15 years ago today myself and 50,000 other Trade Unionists, Human and Environmental Rights activists and a broad assortment of regular citizens from around the world joined together here in Seattle to shut down the WTO meeting in on November 3o, 1999 (N30) in what was dubbed ” The Battle in Seattle”   This event […]

Seahawks Live to Fight Another Day

Today our Seattle Seahawks finally showed-up with a crucial 19-3 win over the Arizona Cardinals in front of a rowdy crowd down at the Clink. Yes I know we are still 7-4 with a vicious schedule ahead of us, but for one day we rose to the occasion to silence the critics and pundits who […]

Seahawks Win Ugly, But Win 27-17…

The Seattle Seahawks are now 3-1 this season thanks primarily to Russell Wilson and his trusty sidekick Marshawn Lynch who carried this squad on their back in the Nation’s Capitol against an inferior team.   The Hawks will need to cut way back on the type of senseless penalties they committed all night long if […]

Mariners Beat A’s to Keep Pace in Wild Card Race

Even though the Seahawks will be playing the Packers Thursday in the much-anticipated NFL opener, all eyes are on the second Wild Card in the AL race here in my household in Port Townsend. Yes I have to admit I have got my 12-man flag ready to replace my Mariners banner in front of my […]

Mariners are Sweepless in Seattle, But our Spirit is Awake!

I hung around the ballpark a little longer than usual after tonight’s game to soak in all the atmosphere on this warm summer night after tonight’s thrilling 5-4 loss to the Red Sox.I have taken it for granted for the past 25 years that anytime I felt like going to a game I either jumped […]

Mariners Beat Bosox again…

The Mariners moved to six games over .500 with another sound thumping of the visiting Boston Red Sox by a lop-sided 8-2 score. I did manage to watch to watch part of this one at an old bar in the U-District called Dantes as I enjoyed one dollar Tacos for the first few innings as […]

Mariners Win another Squeaker over Royals

The Mariners picked-up another win against the surging Kansas City Royals on this first day of summer thanks to another great outing by the lanky Chris Young who out pitched ex-Mariner Jason Vargas on a hot afternoon in KC. As usual our closer Rodney Fernando made things interesting in the ninth as the pesky Royals […]

WSSCA Summer Convention/Show This Weekend

    I thought I would take this opportunity to let you all know that the Washington State Sports Collectors Association the WSSCA will be holdings it’s annual convention/show this weekend up in Shoreline. I joined this organization a week ago and will be showing (and possibly selling for the right price) a few of […]