Today is Opening Day for Major League Baseball and the Seattle Mariners are hoping for an even better season than last under manager Lloyd McClendeon. After a heartbreaking loss in the make-or-break regular season game, the M's came up short
Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl-winning quarterback Russell Wilson is spending some of his offseason not preparing for another NFC championship, but playing professional baseball for the Texas Rangers. Earlier Saturday, he worked out with the club, taking infield practice and belting a home run, albeit in batting practice.
As much as he would have liked to have ditched the Pats from New England in the Super Bowl this past February, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is setting his sights on getting rid of a different PAT this off season. The P.A.T., as in "Point After Touchdown."
March 26th, 2000 saw the end of an era and, to some, the end of an eyesore when Seattle's King County Multipurpose Domed Stadium- better known as the Kingdome - was demolished just 25 years after opening.
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