Red Sox Power Past Mariners

mariners whiteSEATTLE (AP) — David Ortiz and Pablo Sandoval each homered as the Boston Red Sox beat the Seattle Mariners 4-2 on Saturday night. Seattle ace Felix Hernandez uncharacteristically struggled, losing for the first time since Sept. 23. He left after finishing the sixth inning, his second-shortest outing this season, having allowed four runs and seven hits.

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Shelton High School Sports

SheltonAxeThe postseason is in full swing and all the Shelton High School Teams are doing very well, according to Jim Judson, Athletic Director for Shelton School District. Girls Golf Team - Jaymie Pentony qualified for the state tournament on May 27-28 in Kennewick. Girls Tennis Team - Competing Friday and Saturday in the league tournament at Capital City Tennis Center in Tumwater.

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Seahawks' Robert Turbin Undergoes Hip Surgery

turbin seahawksRENTON, Wash. (AP) - Backup Seattle Seahawks running back Robert Turbin underwent offseason hip surgery, but is expected back in time for the start of the 2015 regular season.

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Boston 2-1 Victory Over Seattle

SEATTLE (AP) - Brock Holt doubled and scored the go ahead run on Rickie Weeks' error with one out in the ninth inning, Shane Victorino hit his first home run of the season and the Boston Red Sox beat the Seattle Mariners 2-1 on Thursday night for their fourth win in five games. Holt lined the second pitch of the ninth from Seattle closer Fernando Rodney (1-2) into left-center and was easily safe at second when Weeks' throw sailed over Robinson Cano's head.

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Seattle's Brad Miller Gets 1st Career Start In Left Field

SEATTLE (AP) - Brad Miller received no heads up that when he arrived at the park that he was about to make his first start in left field for the Seattle Mariners. Good thing Miller has spent the last 10 days getting extra work in the outfield during pregame. Miller made his first start in left field against Boston on Thursday night. After 201 starts over three seasons at shortstop, Seattle is seeing just how versatile Miller can be. The Mariners can't afford to take his bat out of the lineup with a right-handed pitcher on the mound, even if it means the potential liability of Miller's inexperience in the outfield. May 15, 2015