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Seahawks close to complete turnaround

The Seahawks brush it off, because they are in the moment. There is no perspective in the moment, no introspection, no satisfaction. They know only that they are feeling good, playing great and craving more.

Cruz takes well-worn path to M’s

There is a little more to Nelson Cruz than his ability to blast a majestic, towering home run with a short, violent swing of the bat.

M’s wrap up winter meetings with no major moves

SAN DIEGO — The final 36 hours of the winter meetings featured the Dodgers reshaping their roster, trading outfielder Matt Kemp to the Padres, second baseman Dee Gordon to the Marlins and signing pitcher Brandon McCarthy. It continued with the Angels trading second baseman Howie Kendrick to the Dodgers, the Tigers trading for Yoenis Cespedes and the Reds dealing pitchers Alfredo Simon and Mat Latos.

Mariners prospect Jackson has look of future star

SAN DIEGO — Clad in a stylish black suit accenting the 15 pounds of muscle he’s packed onto his frame and wearing a stunning watch on his wrist, Alex Jackson has the look of a big leaguer.

Seahawks’ Hill stepping into role, as expected

PHILADELPHIA — Here’s a snapshot of the way things are supposed to work for the Seahawks’ pass rush, and it’s important for understanding the potential value of defensive tackle Jordan Hill:

Sanchez, Carroll remain close

RENTON — It was, Mark Sanchez said, simply a disagreement. No different than any other among close friends.

Mariners making deals, setting foundation for 2015

On the day when they locked up their third baseman of the future for the next seven years and possibly beyond, the Mariners bid goodbye to the player who was considered their everyday left fielder of the future back in 2010.