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Anibal Sanchez approached the dugout with the crowd at Comerica Park roaring its approval, then he took off his hat to acknowledge the fans. Aware of his pitch count, he realized his night was probably done but what an evening it was. Sanchez struck
The Seattle Mariners began their affiliation with Everett of the Northwest League 18 years ago, becoming the AquaSox in 1995. The Northwest League is a short-season single-A league, meaning there are four minor-league levels between Everett and the
Posted by Bob Condotta One of the more interesting what-might-have-beens? UW history is Matt Tuiasosopo , the younger brother of Marques and Zach who signed with the Huskies as a quarterback in 2004, then decided to play baseball instead after being
Fla. (AP) Shawn Hill allowed one hit in four innings, and Matt Tuiasosopo hit a long homer to lead the Detroit Tigers over the St...Hill, likely to start the season at Triple-A, struck out thee and walked one. Bruce Rondon, Jose Alvarez and Luke
A bad day on the road for Prince Fielder turned into a good one for Matt Tuiasosopo. Tuiasosopo hit a two-run home run and an RBI double to help the Tigers beat the New York Mets, 9-1, at Tradition Field on Thursday. Fielder was scheduled to play but
Times reporter Bob Condotta keeps the news coming about the Montlake Dawgs. December 29, 2012 at 10:18 AM Saturday notes Is a Tuiasosopo return to UW on the horizon? Posted by Bob Condotta Count FootballScoop.com as the latest to say that it is
And that raises the distinct possibility that Justin Smoak will be coming back to take over first base. It was awfully telling when Smoak, in the midst of a 2-for-3 day with the Tacoma Rainiers in Memphis, was lifted for a pinch-hitter in the ninth
Merkin Valdez kept Tacoma off the board in the 13th to preserve the win and pick up his fourth save. Major League moment: With Sacramento trailing 8-7 in the eighth inning, Collin Cowgill hit an opposite-field solo home run to tie the game and force
20 p.m. , updated July 16, 2012 at 10:27 p.m. Center-fielder Darren Ford belted a pair of solo home runs for Tacoma, and that's the only offense the Rainiers had in a 5-2 loss to Sacramento on Monday before 3,029 fans at Cheney Stadium.
Shortstop Carlos Triunfel led the Tacoma Rainers to a wild 16-9 victory over the Colorado Sky Sox in Pacific Coast League action on Saturday night at Cheney Stadium. Triunfel was 4-for-4 with a home run and 5 RBIs to lead the Rainiers' 19-hit attack.