FLINT, Mich. — The Wenatchee Wild are gearing up for their second doubleheader against the Michigan Warriors this month, and there’s no question Wenatchee will once again try to rely on speed and skill.
After the Okanogan football team sustained its first loss of this season to Cashmere in blowout fashion last month, the Bulldogs knew they couldn’t let the loss derail their campaign, as their loss to the Caribou Trail League power did a year ago.
Normally, the bye week is a necessary stress reliever for football fanatics. It’s an absolute must because this game of overreaction wrenches every emotion imaginable. You always want more, but when the break arrives, you realize it’s good for your health.
The ideal acquisition for the Seattle Mariners this winter is a speedy right-handed hitting corner outfielder with a strong arm, adequate power, a keen recognition of the strike zone, a history of durability and a contract that won’t guarantee him $50 million or $60 million after he turns 35.