Griffey Takes Center Stage For Mariners Home OpenerFor the past few months Ken Griffey Jr. has played a lot of golf and tried to avoid thinking or talking about his Hall of Fame induction.
New HOFers Griffey Jr, Piazza Talks About Their Dads"As I got older, I finally understood, you know, what I've accomplished and what I had a potential to be. Now it's paid off."
Griffey Jr Goes To Hall With Mariners CapThe announcement was made at a press conference Thursday
Griffey Elected To Hall With Highest PercentageKen Griffey Jr. has been elected to the baseball Hall of Fame with the highest voting percentage ever, and Mike Piazza also is headed to Cooperstown.
Great Players Who Are Not In The Hall Of FameWe baseball fans, and Mariners fans in particular, eagerly await the announcement of Ken Griffey, Jr.’s election to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Griffey, A Favorite Son Of Pacific Northwest, Awaits HallThe perfect swing that we could never emulate. The diving, leaping catches we only dared to copy with the protection of pillows and couch cushions on the floor. The smile that told us baseball could be fun for even the best player of our generation.
Longtime Pitcher Jamie Moyer Honored By MarinersWhen Jamie Moyer thinks about Seattle, roots are what come to mind.
Craziest Athlete InjuriesWho knew cupcakes, DVDs, and Game Boys were so dangerous?
12 Memorable Dad Moments In SportsWhether good or bad, these are the most memorable sports moments involving athletes and their fathers
21 Things That Have Happened Since The Last Back-to-Back Home Run Derby ChampionWith 15 years between back to back champions, lots of things have happened in the sporting world during that time. With that being said, here is a look at 21 things that have happened since we last had a back-to-back Home Run Derby champion.
M's To Induct Piniella Into Team Hall Of Fame The Seattle Mariners will induct former manager Lou Piniella into the team Hall of Fame on Aug. 9.
Thiel: Mariners Bet Their Universe On CanoThe Mariners actually did it — something Howard Lincoln, baseball experts and many Mariners fans say they shouldn’t. But really, what do they have to lose?