WENATCHEE — Trey Adams, one of the most gifted football players in the history of Wenatchee High School, is now trying to make it in pro football. After a stellar career at WHS, Adams played four years at the University of Washington, twice earning All-Conference honors in the Pac-12 as an o…

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With their focus still very much on their rebuild plan, often referred to as “the stepback,” the Mariners announced their list of the 60 players invited for the resumption of spring training and eligible to play in the truncated 2020 Major League Baseball season.

Most devoted baseball fans in the state of Washington know John Olerud for his five-year stint with the Seattle Mariners -- a stretch during which the helmeted first baseman won three MLB Gold Glove awards and contributed to one of the most successful regular season teams in the history of t…

Phil Mickelson will get another chance to complete the career Grand Slam thanks to an adjusted exemption criteria for this year's U.S. Open that was announced by the United States Golf Association (USGA) on Thursday.

TAMPA, Fla.— Now MLB and the players just have to figure out how to play through a pandemic that continues to ravage the country. After weeks of negotiations, running down the clock on a possibly longer season, the players rejected a final proposal from the owners and MLB Commissioner Rob Ma…

BELGRADE — Novak Djokovic, the men's world number one tennis player, tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday and then apologised to all individuals who contracted the virus after playing in an exhibition tournament he organised in Serbia and Croatia.

The Major League Baseball Players Association will delay voting on the league's latest proposal while it collects further information on health and safety protocols, according to multiple reports on Saturday.

NEW YORK — The PGA Championship will be held in August without spectators, the tour said on Monday, citing health and safety concerns due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

With the United States bracing for a possible second wave of the novel coronavirus, Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, on Thursday cast doubt on the National Football League playing this year.

Fears that strict health protocols due to the COVID-19 outbreak could deter the game's biggest names from competing at this year's U.S. Open were somewhat allayed on Wednesday when Serena Williams confirmed she will play the New York event.

With the Mariners having taken six players in this week's truncated Major League Baseball draft, about 15 fewer than they had hoped to select, what is next for a team that is trying to accumulate talent for a farm system that needs more depth?

While the Seahawks and the rest of the NFL remain uncertain exactly how training camps will look when they are scheduled to begin next month -- let alone the preseason and regular season -- Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Thursday the Seahawks will be on even footing with the other 31 teams …

Justin Rose hit the ground running in the PGA Tour's return from a three-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 outbreak with a bogey-free round that left him with an early one-shot lead at the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas on Thursday.

The U.S. women's national team has called on the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) to repeal a policy forbidding players from kneeling during the national anthem and issue an apology to black players and fans.