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It's Randy Johnson vs. Felix Hernandez!
The Seahawks show playoff promise in Green Bay.
In Columbus, the Dawgs obey and play their anticipated role to perfection.
Slow and steady still might win the A.L. West race.
If nothing else, the iffy M's need to raise the energy bar.
An ugly season has its consolations: Edgar's long goodbye and Ichiro's hitting.
The Mariners look good losing the season opener.
It's almost too much to comprehend: a potentially explosive Mariner offense.
A conservative coach goes radical in St. Louis.
The Mariners are suddenly watchable, and they can't disappoint us in September.
At midseason in a bad division, the .500 Mariners could be contenders.
Now in center and right fields, Ichiro Suzuki!
With the Seahawks at 3-0, there's life after baseball this fall in Seattle.
But the Seahawks weren't, and next season could be Mike Holmgren's last chance.
Seattle fends off Carolina, and, for now, Qwest Field is not a broken home.
Pizza and burgers, surrounded by 1,500 flat-screen TVs.
Pinch yourself and get on the next plane to Detroit.