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  • Edgar Martinez #11 of the Seattle Mariners doubles home the game winning runs in Game five of the 1995 American League Divisional Series against the New York Yankees at the Kingdome on October 8, 1995 in Seattle, Washington. The Mariners defeated the Yankees 6-5 in 11 innings to win the series three games to two. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

    Edgar Martinez falls short in Baseball Hall of Fame vote, but he remains hopeful

    COOPERSTOWN, NY — Former Seattle Mariners designated hitter Edgar Martinez fell short of getting the votes necessary to enter the Baseball Hall of Fame Wednesday. Martinez will not join Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez as the class of 2017 entering the Hall. Bagwell drew 86.2 percent and Raines got 86 percent. Rodriguez had 76 percent — he received four more votes than the necessary 332 of 442 (75 percent). Martinez received 58.6 percent of the vote. Welcome to Cooperstown! #HOF2017 […]

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    Commentary: The frustrations and fears are very real, but big picture still points up for Seahawks

    Let’s be honest, the day after always hurts. For all but one team in the NFL, it comes to a crashing end, leaving everyone asking “What If?” “and “What Next?” The Seahawks – and the 12s – are hardly immune. But I think what yesterday reminded those of us with short-term memory is how incredibly difficult it is to win another Super Bowl title. And while we appreciate the unprecedented run of success the Hawks have had under Pete Carroll, […]

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    Commentary: Selective hearing worked once, it can work again for Seahawks

    Do you hear that? All the opinion columns, the talking heads, the critics – everyone with their latest take the Seahawks, including myself and the guys on this show? It’s all just noise. Meaningless drivel. Click bait, meant to stir emotions one way or the other. And in this case, I’m hoping the Seahawks have selective hearing – as in, selecting the worst stuff out there. Because if memory serves me correctly, during the Seahawks championship season in 2013, it […]

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    Richard Sherman talks family, his greatest strength, and his many responsibilities

    SEATTLE – Richard Sherman sat down this week for a three-part one-on-one interview with Q13 News’ Aaron Levine this week. In part 2, Sherman discusses his family, his greatest strength, and how he juggles his many responsibilities. Part 3 will air Saturday on Q13 News this morning as the Seahawks prepare to play host to the Detroit Lions in their 5:15 p.m. game in the first round of the NFL playoffs. Our Gameday pregame show begins at 3 p.m. on the […]

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    Richard Sherman confident ahead of playoffs: ‘Like a new season … you need 4 wins and it’s all yours’

    RENTON, Wash. — Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman says he believes the team still has “a chip on our shoulder” like before the 2014 Super Bowl and is “as confident as ever” as it prepares for the playoffs starting Saturday. “The playoffs is like a new season. It’s like pushing a reset button. It gives everybody a clean slate, a chance to go after it. You need four wins, and it’s all yours. It’s a fun time,” Sherman said in an […]

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    A bunch of stuff you don’t know about Bobby Wagner, the NFL’s leading tackler (VIDEO)

    SEATTLE —  The Seahawks are getting ready to take on the Detroit Lions on Saturday in a Wild Card matchup. To get you ready Q13 FOX — your official Seahawks station — is bringing exclusive content to the 12s including an interview with middle linebacker Bobby Wagner. “I personally believe you want to hit your stride towards the end of the year,” he said, adding that a lot of teams hit their peak early in the season and then fall […]

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    Commentary: Good or bad, expect the unexpected when it comes to the Hawks

    I get it: When it comes to the Seahawks over the last 24 hours, we’ve all felt as disgruntled and crotchety as Mr. Scrooge. A frustrating home loss has that effect – especially with a first-round playoff bye on the line. Bah Humbug, indeed. Add the devastating loss of Tyler Lockett for the rest of the season, and this is arguably the low point of a maddening year of inconsistency where none of us can forecast which team will show […]

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    Tyler Lockett: ‘I think I’m the fastest on the team’

    SEATTLE – After an up-and-down season marked by a knee injury, Tyler Lockett finally has his mojo back. The Seattle Seahawks wide receiver has showed flashes of his best self in recent weeks, including a stunning 75-yard run two weeks ago against the Carolina Panthers. Lockett took a few minutes to sit down for an exclusive interview with Q13 News, the official home of the Seahawks. Tell us about your emotions during that 75-yard run (against Carolina). Like I’ve been […]

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    Commentary: For soccer fans or not, this championship was all Seattle

    In a coincidence of timing, the Seahawks will be wearing Action Green jerseys on Thursday night, but we’ll call them Rave Green, an unintended tribute to their CenturyLink brethren on an MLS Championship. (In fact, the endzones will be painted bright green as well…) And that’s appropriate, given the incredible accomplishment by the Sounders FC. Of the six professional sports league championships in Seattle’s history, this will go down as the most unlikely. The most unexpected. And for the passionate […]

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    Commentary: The CFP Selection Committee shouldn’t have to choose between conference champions

    I want to congratulate the Sounders FC on a Western Conference Championship. And the coolest part about Major League Soccer – and the NFL, and the NBA, and the NHL, and just about every professional league I can think of? You win a conference title – and you’ll play the ultimate championship. We can’t say that about college football, now, can we? Sure, we’ve made progress with a four-team playoff. But I don’t think anyone was delusional enough to think […]