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A bill introduced in Washington State would allow guns into stadiums such as Safeco Field and CenturyLink Field where the Mariners and Seahawks play. MLB has now responded to it.
by Charles Mudede Guns, beer, and football—that's the American way. Mat Hayward/shutterstock.com GOP Lawmakers Introduce Bill in Olympia That Will Permit People to Bring Guns to Sporting Events at CenturyLink Field and Safeco Field: Danny Westneat of the Seattle Times calls the bill insane, but he also notes that we happen to live in insane times. Show More Summary
Legislators in the state of Washington have proposed a bill that would allow fans to bring guns into sports stadiums, including Seattle’s CenturyLink Field and Safeco Field. The proposal would prevent public stadiums or the private entities that operate them, from banning people with a valid concealed pistol license from entering with a firearm. It’s […]
Seattle Mariners rumors have the team trying to sign Mike Napoli away from the Cleveland Indians. The Mariners could play Napoli at first base for the 2017 MLB season, giving the team added offense in the middle of the batting order....Show More Summary
SEATTLE, WA - APRIL 08: A fan holds a scorecard prior to the home opener between the Seattle Mariners and the Oakland Athletics at Safeco Field on April 8, 2016 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images) Law Should HaveBaseball's Metrics Yogi Berra said, “Baseball is ninety percent mental [...]
This is a video of young Beatrix Hart losing her mind over the cotton candy at a recent Seattle Mariners baseball game. Now I'm not sure what the hell they put in the cotton candy at Safeco Field, but there's no way it's safe for kids that young to be eating. Show More Summary
Angels right-hander Matt Shoemaker walked off the mound with a towel draped over his head to cover a bleeding wound. In a frightening moment Sunday at Safeco Field, a line drive hit by Kyle Seager that was clocked at 105 mph drilled Shoemaker in the right side of the head and sent him to the hospital....
Mike Trout knew reporters were looking for him in Safeco Field’s visiting clubhouse Friday afternoon. Spotting them as he barreled around a corner, the Angels center fielder said he was ready to speak about his Wednesday car crash. And then he sighed. “Oh, geez,” he said. Leaning against a wall,...
As you can see from the above photo, it takes a certain amount of effort to invade an MLB dugout. But it happened Wednesday at Safeco Field in Seattle when an apparently drunk fan fell from above into the Yankees’ abode after they had taken the field in the middle of the eighth inning against […]
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...