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Mariners Sunday mailbag: Why some solutions for Felix Hernandez aren’t so simple

The on-Twitter percentage is high still, but many solid questions are being stranded in the timeline. That’s not winning Twitter. But with a new Control The Tweet approach, that differential should ... read more

Renck: Hang a help-wanted sign

That Dodger game crystallized what’s wrong with the Rockies, why they aren’t heading back to the playoffs ... it represents a major setback to the farm system. EYE ON . . . Felix Hernandez, RHP, ... read more

Ask Nick: Do Red Sox miss Victor Martinez?

Why keep trying what we know won’t work and not given any of those guys a try? Chris, Kennesaw, Ga. There are obviously roster considerations. The players you mentioned aren’t on the 40-man, so ... read more

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The Dodgers' coming of age is a nightmare for the rest of MLB

Simple overachievers do not win 16 of 17 games like the … 1. Los Angeles Dodgers have, outscoring their opponents (120-63 through Sunday) in the process ... They need a healthy Jean Segura. They need ... read more


Mariners Sunday mailbag: Could a 6-man rotation be the answer to Seattle’s pitching woes?

Beat writer Ryan Divish goes against his best instincts and dives into his Twitter mentions for the Mariners Sunday Mailbag: Inside information ... that could step in and fill the spot until Felix ... read more

The 30, Week 3: Cardinals on the Move

I liked Hardball Talk writer Matthew Pouliot’s take the best: If Bobby Valentine was hired specifically because of his tactical prowess (fine, and some weird Larry Lucchino power play), then why ... read more

Grip on Sports: Gonzaga’s final regular season game elicits some responses and criticism

So why not criticize the paper, especially for the 30-0 screw up. The answer is simple: I don’t have to. The guy in charge did that. In print. The other item I wrote that elicited some emotional ... ... read more

How the latest in bigotry reminds us that baseball is indeed a white man's game

The voice of the Dominican player, of the black player, of those who love the game but aren’t adequately represented, is silenced. A few, like Jones, speak out. The rest wonder privately: Why ... ... read more

Grip on Sports: Common sense wins out as an Oregon school welcomed into Washington high school ranks

A GRIP ON SPORTS • The Mariners took Monday ... Those schools are in Washington. So the Hermiston administration did something it teaches kids to do: It thought outside the confines of the usual. It’s ... read more

No, there is not any good or valid reason to panic about the under-.500 Cubs

The scout’s argument is simple: The Blue Jays aren’t likely to sell because ... A hot-and-cold offense is tolerable if some semblance of pitching consistency is there to buttress it, but with Smyly, ... read more

10 Degrees: Fan safety is paramount, and baseball is failing badly at it

Arbitrary endpoints aren't necessary to encapsulate Gerrit Cole's season so far: seven shutout innings Sunday dropped his season ERA to ... Here is a list of what's gone really well for Seattle: Felix ... read more

How the latest in bigotry reminds us that baseball is indeed a white man's game

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