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Mariners Shut Out By Angels, 5-0


(Seattle, WA)  --  The Seattle Mariners are two games back in the AL Wild Card race after being shut out by the Los Angeles Angels, 5-0.  Starting pitcher James Paxton pitched six-and-two-thirds scoreless innings before giving up three runs in the seventh.  The Mariners managed only one hit on the night.  Seattle will try to even the four-game series with the Angels tonight.

Timbers Earn Champions League Win


(Portland, OR)  --  The Portland Timbers are closer to advancing in the Champions League tournament after defeating CD Olimpia, 4-2, at Providence Park.  Maximiliano Urruti scored two goals in the match, and Will Johnson and Rauwshan McKenzie each tallied one goal.  The victory puts the Timbers in position to win Group Five of the Champions League.  They'll host Alpha United next Tuesday, and will play in Honduras against Olimpia on October 21st.

Mariners Shellack Angels, 13-2


(Anaheim, CA)  --  The Seattle Mariners are only a game back in the AL Wild Card race after a 13-2 pounding of the Los Angeles Angels.  Seattle collected 14 hits in the rout.  Chris Taylor had three RBI and Austin Jackson, Dustin Ackley, and Mike Zunino each drove in two runs.  The two teams will play the third game of their four-game series tonight in Anaheim.

Angels Thump Mariners, 8-1


(Anaheim, CA)  --  The Seattle Mariners are falling further back in their bid for an AL Wild Card berth after last night's 8-1 loss to the Los Angeles Angels. Hisashi Iwakuma got shelled for seven runs on six hits over three-and-a-third innings. Humberto Quintero drove in Seattle's only run in the eighth inning.  The Mariners and Angels will play again tonight.

Seahawks Suffer First Loss Of Season


(San Diego, CA)  --  The Seahawks are beginning preparations for a rematch with the Denver Broncos after losing in San Diego, 30-21.  The Chargers' Antonio Gates had three touchdown catches on the day as Seattle dropped to one-and-one on the year.  Russell Wilson was 17-of-25 for 202 yards and two touchdowns, but the Seahawks' defense was on the field for 42 of the game's 60 minutes.  The Seahawks will host the Broncos next Sunday, with kickoff set for 1:25 p.m.

Ducks Move Up A Notch In Coaches Poll


The Oregon Ducks are up a notch in the weekly college football Coaches Poll, following their 48-14 win at home over Wyoming.  The Ducks moved past Oklahoma to take the Number Three slot.  Florida State and Alabama remain at One and Two, respectively, while Auburn rounds out the Top Five.  Other PAC-12 teams in the Top 25 are UCLA at Number Ten, Arizona State at 13, Stanford at 15, and USC, which dropped from 10th to 21st.

Seahawks Make Final Preparations For Chargers


(San Diego, CA)  --  The Seahawks will play their first road game of the regular season Sunday when they visit the San Diego Chargers.  Seattle is coming off a convincing, 36-16 win over Green Bay, as it defends its Super Bowl title.  The Chargers began the season with an 18-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.  Kickoff Sunday is set for 1:05 p.m.    
 

Carroll: Thomas To Stop Returning Punts


(Renton, WA)  --  Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll says safety Earl Thomas will no longer handle punt-return duties.  Carroll says wide receiver Bryan Walters will be returning punts, while Thomas will strictly focus on his role as a defensive back.  Thomas muffed a punt reception during last week's game against Green Bay, resulting in a turnover.  Carroll says Walters, who's a backup receiver, has great hands and makes good decisions when returning punts.

Mariners Drop 5-2 Decision To Houston


(Seattle, WA)  --  The Mariners are getting ready to host Oakland after losing to the Houston Astros, 5-2.  Starting pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma had a rough night, allowing four runs on six hits over four-plus innings.  Mike Zunino doubled in the Mariners' two runs in the second inning.  Seattle, which is still a half-game back in the race for the second AL Wild Card slot, will begin a three-game series with Oakland tomorrow night at Safeco Field.

Seahawks Sign Bates To Practice Squad


(Renton, WA)  --  The Seahawks say they've re-signed wide receiver Phil Bates to the practice squad.  Bates was on the active roster for last week's game against Green Bay, but he didn't play.  He was released Saturday, but cleared waivers and was signed to the ten-man practice squad.  Offensive tackle Andrew McDonald was acquired Saturday and filled the active-roster void created by the release of Bates.

Mariners Fall To Houston, 2-1


(Seattle, WA)  --  The Mariners are now a half-game back in the race for the second AL Wild Card slot, after dropping a 2-1 decision to the Houston Astros.  Logan Morrison's solo home run in the eighth inning accounted for Seattle's scoring.  Roenis Elias pitched six innings, allowing one run and six hits.  The Mariners and Astros will wrap up their three-game series tonight at Safeco Field.

Mariners Defeat Houston, 4-1


(Seattle, WA)  --  The Mariners are still in the lead for the second AL Wild Card berth after defeating the Houston Astros, 4-1.  Brad Miller smacked a two-run triple in the bottom of the eighth inning to break a 1-1 tie, and drove in three runs on the night.  Felix Hernandez pitched six shutout innings, allowing five hits and striking out eight.  Seattle and Houston will play again tonight at Safeco Field.

Seahawks Dominate Packers, 36-16


(Seattle, WA)  --  The Seattle Seahawks are off to a good start in defense of their Super Bowl title, following a convincing 36-16 win over the Green Bay Packers.  Russell Wilson threw for two touchdowns and Marshawn Lynch rushed for two more as Seattle overcame a slow start for the win.  Byron Maxwell intercepted a pass from Aaron Rodgers, who was sacked three times.  The Seahawks will play the Chargers in San Diego on September 14th.

Mariners Crush Rangers, 10-2


(Arlington, TX)  --  The Mariners' winning streak is now at three games after a 10-2 victory over the Texas Rangers.  Robinson Cano drove in four runs to spark Seattle's onslaught.  Roenis Elias learned his tenth win of the season, giving up one run on seven hits.  Game Two of the four-game series between the Mariners and Rangers will get started at 5:05 this afternoon.

Mariners Win Series With Oakland


(Oakland, CA)  --  The Mariners will continue their road trip tonight in Texas after taking two of three from the Oakland A's.  Kyle Seager and Corey Hart each had a solo homer in the seventh inning to help lift Seattle to a 2-1 win over Oakland yesterday.  Felix Hernandez pitched eight solid innings, giving up a run on three hits.  The Mariners will begin a four-game series with the Rangers this afternoon.

Seahawks Open Regular Season Against Green Bay Tonight


(Seattle, WA)  --  The Seattle Seahawks will begin defense of their Super Bowl title tonight when they host the Green Bay Packers.  The Seahawks are six-point favorites heading into the game, which is the first Seattle-Green Bay contest at CenturyLink Field since the infamous "Fail Mary" game in 2012.  Kickoff is set for 5:30 p.m.

Mariners Edge Oakland, 6-5


(Oakland, CA)  --  The Mariners will try to take their series with Oakland this afternoon after earning a 6-5 win.  Rookie starter James Paxton gave up two runs on four hits over seven and two-thirds innings to pick up his fifth victory of the season.  Kyle Seager smacked a two-run homer in the fifth inning for Seattle.  The Mariners and A's will play again this afternoon.

Oakland Defeats Mariners, 6-1


(Oakland, CA)  --  The Seattle Mariners will try to even their three-game series with Oakland tonight after falling to the A's, 6-1.  Mariners pitcher Chris Young had the shortest start of his career, getting belted for five runs on four hits over just two-thirds of an inning.  Brad Miller had an RBI in the sixth inning for Seattle's only run.  The Mariners and A's will play again tonight in Oakland.

Mariners' Concessions Proceeds To Go To Humane Society


(Seattle, WA)  --  The Seattle Mariners plan to donate a portion of the proceeds from all concessions sales at Safeco Field during September to the Seattle-King County chapter of the Humane Society.  Team officials say the donation is in response to an incident involving Centerplate Catering CEO Desmond Hague, who was recorded on an elevator surveillance video, kicking and yanking the leash of a Doberman Pinscher puppy.  Centerplate handles concessions at Safeco Field, Providence Park in Portland, and hundreds of other venues.  Earlier this week, Centerplate announced that Hague is on indefinite probation and will lose his job unless he donates 100-thousand dollars to create a foundation for the protection of animals.

Seahawks Lose To Oakland In Preseason Finale


(Oakland, CA)  --  The Seahawks are focusing on their regular-season opener with Green Bay after losing to Oakland, 41-31.  Russell Wilson, in his only series of the game, put the Seahawks on the board first with a 25-yard scoring pass to Luke Wilson in the first quarter.  Seattle's DeShawn Shead intercepted a pass in the second quarter and ran it back 56 yards for a touchdown.  Next Thursday night, the Seahawks will host the Packers to open the 2014 regular season.

USC Football Player Admits Faking Story About Saving Nephew


(Los Angeles, CA)  --  USC officials say cornerback Josh Shaw admitted to the athletics department that he lied about how he suffered ankle injuries last weekend.  Shaw initially told his coaches he had jumped from a second-story building to save his nephew who was struggling in a pool.  The senior corner has been suspended indefinitely from the team for fabricating the story.

Texas Clubs Mariners, 12-4


(Seattle, WA)  --  The Seattle Mariners will try to regroup after falling to the Texas Rangers, 12-4.  Erasmo Ramirez got shelled for ten runs on nine hits before being lifted in the fourth inning.  Seattle's Mike Zunino and Kyle Seager each had a solo homer.  The Mariners will begin a three-game series at home tomorrow night against the Washington Nationals.

Seahawks, Oakland Clash Tonight In Final Preseason Game


(Oakland, CA)  --  The Seattle Seahawks will wrap up their preseason schedule tonight when they play the Raiders in Oakland.  Starters will see limited action as coaches will evaluate other players to determine who gets placed on the final 53-man roster.  Head coach Pete Carroll says there are a few positions where competition is tight.  Kickoff tonight is set for seven o'clock.

Carroll, Seahawks Fined, Must Forfeit Minicamp Days


(Renton, WA)  --  The Seattle Seahawks will be required to pay fines and give up two minicamp practice days next season.  NFL.com and ESPN are reporting that head coach Pete Carroll has been fined 100-thousand dollars and the team has been fined 300-thousand for allowing excessive on-field contact between players during a practice on June 16th.  NFL.com says while the Seahawks will be required to forfeit two minicamp days, they'll be allowed one practice session on the final day of minicamp next year.  The Seahawks haven't commented on the reports.

Lake Oswego Football Players Suspended


(Lake Oswego, OR)  --  Officials at Lake Oswego High School say ten senior members of the football team will be suspended for four games to start the season.  Head coach Steve Coury says all but one of the players are listed as probable starters.  Coury hasn't revealed the reason for the players' suspensions.  The players will also be prohibited from attending school for three days.

Texas Blanks Mariners, 2-0


(Seattle, WA)  --  The Seattle Mariners hope to bounce back from a 2-0 loss to Texas when the two teams play again tonight at Safeco Field.  Roenis Elias pitched five solid innings, but the Mariners' offense was quiet as Seattle's three-game winning streak came to an end.  The Mariners still lead Detroit by a half-game in the race for the second AL Wild Card berth.  Seattle and Texas will play again tonight at 7:10.

Seahawks' Farwell May Need Surgery


(Renton, WA)  --  Seattle Seahawks linebacker and special-teams captain Heath Farwell may need surgery after suffering an "extensive" groin injury during Friday's game against Chicago.  Farwell was injured late in the third quarter when he defended a pass in the end zone.  Head coach Pete Carroll says cornerback Jeremy Lane suffered a less severe groin injury during the Bears game, and tight end Cooper Helfet is recovering well from injuries to his knee and shoulder.

Mariners Outscore Sox, 8-6


(Boston, MA)  --  The Seattle Mariners will be back home tonight after a successful road trip.  The M's completed a sweep of Boston yesterday, 8-6, and lead Detroit by a game in the race for the second AL Wild Card slot.  Kyle Seager and Brad Miller each had two RBI for Seattle.  The Mariners will host a three-game series with Texas, starting tonight.

Timbers Fall To Sounders, 4-2


(Portland, OR)  --  Playoff hopes are dimming for the Portland Timbers, after they lost a Cascadia Cup match at home to Seattle, 4-2.  Obafemi Martins scored two goals to help pace the first-place Sounders.  Fanendo Adi tallied two goals for the Timbers, who are in sixth place in the Western Conference.  Portland has another Cascadia match on Saturday in Vancouver, while Seattle will play at home that day against Colorado.
 

Seahawks To Host Bears Tonight


(Seattle, WA)  --  The Seattle Seahawks will play their third game of the preseason tonight when they host the Chicago Bears.  Starters are expected to see more playing time as the regular season draws closer.  Head coach Pete Carroll says Marshawn Lynch will likely get more carries tonight after being on the field for only two plays last week.  Kickoff at CenturyLink Field is set for seven p.m.
 

Sounders, Earthquakes Battle To 1-1 Tie


(Seattle, WA)  --  The Seattle Sounders are turning their attention to their Sunday match with the Portland Timbers, after fighting to a 1-1 draw with the San Jose Earthquakes.  Chad Barrett scored in the 43rd minute with an assist from Obafemi Martins.  The Earthquakes tallied the equalizer in the 65th minute, and the score remained that way to the end.  The Sounders and Timbers will play a Cascadia Cup match at 2:00 p.m. Sunday at Providence Park in Portland.

Phillies Trip Mariners, 4-3


(Philadelphia, PA)  --  The Seattle Mariners are now a game back of Detroit in the race for the second AL Wild Card berth, after dropping a 4-3 decision to Philadelphia.  Starting pitcher James Paxton got roughed up for four runs on seven hits over four innings.  Kendrys Morales had a solo home run in the second inning.  The Mariners have the day off, and will play a three-game series at Boston starting tomorrow.

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