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Twin Games in Seattle: July 2014

Safeco Field is the farthest north of all Major League ballparks. That was one of the more interesting things I learned on the tour I… 1,583 more words


The Dead Zone of Sports

EDIT: This is the original first post; I was able to recover a draft.

It’s amazing where technology can take us these days. The little map on this Delta flight to Seattle says we are one hour and thirty minutes from landing, currently over the Queen Charlotte Islands (metaphorical prize to anyone who can find them on a map without using Uncle Google). 262 more words


Why blogging from an iPad is a bad idea

Or specifically, why writing from an iPad while using slow inflight wifi is a bad idea.  A brilliant (if I may say so myself) post regarding the dead zone of sports (namely, baseball season, which serves as a placeholder between the NBA and NHL playoffs in the spring and the glory of college football in the fall) fell victim to Apple’s nasty little habit of rebooting tabs in the iPad if you need to use another tab. 45 more words


Mariners Get Shut Out In 4-0 Loss To Orioles

SEATTLE (AP) — After their 4-0 loss to the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday night, the Seattle Mariners were left with a three-game losing streak and a state of confusion. 883 more words


Jacob's: A Progressive Experience

By: Joshua Ellis

As I shake hands, exchange hugs and walk down the long corridor to my hotel room, I wear the biggest baseball grin I have had in quite some time. 2,204 more words

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Refuse to Abuse 5K

Some 1,300 runners and walkers turned out at Safeco Field over the weekend for the Third Annual Refuse to Abuse 5K. The event raised $107,000 to benefit the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence. 125 more words

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Homestand Highlights

The Mariners open a 7-game homestand tonight vs. the New York Mets and Baltimore Orioles. Check out all the great promotions and activities for the upcoming games at Safeco Field:

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