As a fan, could it get any worse? I mean really, how much worse can it get? A lot.
Opening Day wasn’t about wins or losses, it was about psychology, and the Mariners started the season the worst way possible: By recognizing the Seattle Seahawks.
At some point, Mariners fans have to step back and realize that they are being conned.
The last 30 days have been a whirlwind. Work. Time with the kids. Football. I even went to a parade. But something was different about the last 30 days than the 30 before them. I did it all without Twitter, or Instagram, or Foursquare, or Yelp, or…
Because good is never enough for UW… After all, they’re elite. Just ask them.
It’s fucking miserable to be a Seattle sports fan. We live in city that has failed to live up to expectations at every turn. But is that landscape ready to change?
Why the secrecy? Well… because I’m starting to think we have an ugly girlfriend.
Two thousand, six hundred, and twenty six miles. That’s a lot of time on the road for any man, but it’s even longer when you’re driving it with two girls under 10 years old, and longer still when you’re doing it alone.
It all kicks off tomorrow: #MLBSpringBreak! My wife laughed out loud when I suggested the original #MLBSummerBreak concept last winter.
Is it “addition by subtraction” or “addition by addition”? In the case of the Seattle Mariners, the answer is clearly both.
“Are you gay?” Katie Couric asked the question out loud, and there was a collective gasp.
There isn’t a better network for original sports programming than the MLB Network, and that’s where MLB Summer Break comes in!