Lesbian Couple Questions If They Were Targets For Discrimination At Seattle Mariners Game No kissing bae if you’re gay. That’s the policy that a lesbian couple feels is being enforced by Seattle Mariners security at Safeco Field, According to KING5
Even with the Seahawks preparing for what will likely be their sixth postseason appearance in seven years, it is a tough time to be a Seattle sports fan. Not only is the city still without a basketball team after nearly a decade, but the Mariners are a deceiving 59-53 (they were just 54-53 prior to... Show More Summary
Mike Trout spent his 25th birthday chasing down fly balls and striking out, as the Angels suffered another defeat to the Seattle Mariners, 3-1 on Sunday afternoon at Safeco Field. Trout completed one of the better catches of his career, but struck out four times against the same pitcher for the...
Another great start petered out for the Angels Saturday night against Seattle, as they surrendered a four-run lead in an 8-6 defeat at Safeco Field. Tyler Skaggs’ third start in his return from Tommy John surgery was much more of a struggle than his first two, in which he largely dominated Kansas...
During the 5th inning of Saturday’s matchup between the St. Louis Cardinals & Seattle Mariners at Safeco, a fan ran out on the field right in the middle of a play. go mariners pic.twitter.com/EAB66Tn6Qf — vhs (@VanHicklestein) June 26, 2016 Here’s a longer video: Fan runs onto field during Cardinals vs. Mariners game. […]
Your browser does not support iframes. Juan Uribe didn't have much of a chance to grab that foul ball as it carried several rows into the Safeco Field stands. But he almost didn't come away empty handed. While the fans in the front row watched the ball, Uribe nearly swiped a perfectly good hot dog. Show More Summary
This baseball went over everything. Your browser does not support iframes. Nelson Cruz, noted home run hitter, hit a home run in batting practice that left Safeco Field completely. That's very far. Let's give some context to that blast. Show More Summary
— Kole Calhoun sprinted in vain to the right-field wall in pursuit of a foul ball off Nelson Cruz's bat. Hector Santiago wanted to give him a moment to catch his breath in Sunday's seventh inning at Safeco Field, so he called out his catcher, Geovany Soto, and made conversation: What should we...
Albert Pujols saved the Angels bullpen from bearing another loss Saturday night, lining a three-run home run in the ninth inning and reversing the course of a whirlwind night at Safeco Field. His shot to left off Seattle closer Steve Cishek gave the Angels a 9-7 win over the Mariners. It came after...
SEATTLE, WA - MAY 09: Norichika Aoki #8 of the Seattle Mariners flies out in the second inning against the Tampa Bay Rays at Safeco Field on May 9, 2016 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images) An article in yesterday's Seattle Times says of the $1.4 billion valuation [...]
Robinson Cano MVP chants are ringing around Safeco Field again this year. Cano helped the Seattle Mariners to a huge 3-2 victory over the Houston Astros on Saturday night, May 7, hitting two home runs in the game. With the game tied at 2-2 in the tenth inning, Cano stepped up and crushed an opposite... Show More Summary
by Ansel Herz Bernie Sanders at Safeco Field. Alex Garland As per usual, the media is hardly covering the news of Bernie Sanders' shock comeback victory in the Indiana Democratic primary: The New York Times slotted it below the story of John Kasich pulling out; TV networks didn't carry his victory speech. Show More Summary
Dae-Ho Lee hit a two-run, pinch-homer with two outs in the 10th inning on Wednesday, lifting the Seattle Mariners over the Texas Rangers 4-2 for their first win of the year at Safeco Field.
Opening Night at Safeco Field saw the Mariners lose to the Oakland A's. But the game was a winner for the club with record attendance, and a huge contingent of 20 and 30-somethings. Here's why one fan called it "Club Safeco."
by Spike Friedman Nachos made with potato chips for some reason. Seattle Mariners Baseball is almost back, and while this year's Mariners team is not coming into the season with much (any?) hype, going to Safeco Field is still the best. Show More Summary
This weekend Washington State voters delivered a whopping 73 percent victory for Sanders. The night before the caucuses, thousands came to Seattle's Safeco Field to hear Bernie speak. But before Bernie took the stage, I was able to address...Show More Summary
by Dave Segal Lost Time is the opposite of a sophomore slump. Hardly Art Records Fresh off a set at Safeco Field opening for up-and-coming spoken-word artist Bernie Sanders, Seattle pop-punk quartet Tacocat will be playing two shows at Chop Suey Thursday March 31 to celebrate the release of their sophomore LP, Lost Time (out April 1 on Hardly Art). Show More Summary
by Rich Smith Approximately 15,000 people turned out at Safeco field to see Bernie speak the day before Washington's caucus. Alex Garland "When I was a kid I had a dream of being on the home plate of a major league ball park, but I didn't...Show More Summary
Over 15,000 people were on hand at Safeco Field Friday The post Sanders holds second large Seattle rally before caucuses appeared first on Macleans.ca.
by Christopher Frizzelle On their way into the stadium a few minutes ago. Sean Nelson I can't be there so I'm enjoying it vicariously through Rich Smith's twitter feed. And speaking of Stranger staffers (current and former), TacocatShow More Summary