By Greg Jayne October 15, 2012 6 a.m.
Because New England — big, bad, Super-Bowl-or-bust New England — couldn't land a knockout punch, the Seattle Seahawks danced away with a 24-23 victory.
By Greg Jayne October 7, 2012 6 a.m.
In truth, it was reminiscent of the High Five'n White Guys.
By Greg Jayne September 29, 2012 6 a.m.
In the second half of a 49-21 win over Prairie, Mountain View rushed for 384 yards en route to a Class 3A Greater St. Helens League victory. The Thunder finished with 483 yards on the ground, led by 234 from Austin Mace and 166 from Falls.
By Greg Jayne September 16, 2012 6 a.m.
They were due for some good news. Goodness knows, they were due. Seattle sports fans have spent the past couple years feeling like the early worm that has an unfortunate encounter with the early bird. The Seahawks, Mariners, and Huskies have ranged from dreadful to bland; the Sonics have been relegated to the dust bin of history.
By Greg Jayne September 2, 2012 6 a.m.
It's like an alternate universe. You wake up in the morning in Vancouver, safely across the river from Portland, and flip on the TV hoping to watch the newly minted Pac-12 Networks. You expect to see the Washington version of the Pac-12 Networks, aware that the conference's effort to take over the world consists of seven -- yes, seven! -- different channels. And instead, you are reminded that Comcast thinks Clark County is in Oregon.
By Greg Jayne August 25, 2012 6 a.m.
As the Mariners become the talk of Seattle again, one lingering question remains: What if they had the foresight to give up on Ichiro and Justin Smoak when they should have?
By Greg Jayne August 18, 2012 6 a.m.
When Felix Hernandez became the 23rd of 403,656 pitchers to throw a perfect game, well, it was rather unusual.
By Greg Jayne August 11, 2012 6 a.m.
Unlike the NBA and the NFL, baseball's draft often is a crapshoot.
By Greg Jayne July 28, 2012 6 a.m.
Does Ichiro, based solely on his accomplishments on the field, belong in the Hall of Fame? Is he one of the 200 or so best players in major-league history?
By Greg Jayne July 14, 2012 6 a.m.
Believe it or not, there is some good news about the Mariners' offense.
By Greg Jayne July 8, 2012 6 a.m.
What sports would we change if we could go back in time?
By Greg Jayne July 7, 2012 6 a.m.
Unlike most versions of baseball's All-Star Game, Tuesday's edition is destined to be historic. It will, after all, remind America that there is a major-league team in Kansas City.
By Greg Jayne July 1, 2012 6 a.m.
It was a decision destined to alter life as we know it in the United States, a monumental ruling that challenges decades of precedence.
By Greg Jayne June 30, 2012 6:02 a.m.
Who are the worst of the best among basball's MVPs?
By Greg Jayne June 30, 2012 6 a.m.
So, yes, the list of baseball MVPs reads like a Who’s Who. But it also reads like a Who’s That? Because over the years — or at least since the award was first presented in its current format in 1931 — the occasional doppelganger has snuck in there to earn the award.
By Greg Jayne June 16, 2012 6 a.m.
Let's start with the thesis statement: The bunt rarely is a wise strategy at the major-league level.
By Greg Jayne June 9, 2012 6 a.m.
In retrospect, Billy Beane might have been his own worst enemy.
By Greg Jayne June 2, 2012 6 a.m.
Let's get this out of the way: Mariano Rivera is the best closer in the history of baseball.
By Greg Jayne May 26, 2012 6 a.m.
Kathran Dean was better Friday than she had ever been before. A lot better.
By Greg Jayne May 25, 2012 6 a.m.
Hudson's Bay freshman Danae Lee got a bouquet of flowers from her mom after finishing fifth in the high jump at the state track and field meet.
By Greg Jayne May 20, 2012 6 a.m.
One week from now, Washington will have hundreds of newly crowned high school state champions.