Mariners HOF - Jamie Moyer
The winningest pitcher in Seattle Mariners history has been selected as the ninth member of the Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame. Jamie Moyer will be formally inducted during a ceremony at Safeco Field before the Mariners vs. Texas Rangers game on Saturday, August 8. He is the second pitcher so honored by the Mariners, joining another lefthander – Randy Johnson.
Seahawks' fan petitions NFL to let Marshawn Lynch not talkA petition from a Seahawks fan asks the NFL to revise its media policy so that Marshawn Lynch does not have to talk with reporters after a game. The petition was posted Sunday on GoPetition.com and had more than 14,000 signatures by Tuesday. It says Lynch has an obvious anxiety interacting with the media. And, since the NFL advocates against bullying and domestic violence it shouldn't force its players into uncomfortable situations. Lynch has been fined $100,000 for not talking to the media at times over the past two seasons. Recently he has answered questions by saying, "Thanks for asking" or "I'm thankful." SEATTLE (AP) - January 13, 2015
Obama Lauds College Football Playoff, Congratulates BuckeyesPresident Obama tells congressional leaders that having a college football playoff is something everyone can agree upon. Obama congratulated Ohio State Tuesday for winning the first College Football Playoff national championship game. The Buckeyes beat Oregon 42-20 on Monday night to wrap up the first playoff at the major college football level. Obama called for a playoff to decide a champion at college football's highest level when he took office back in 2008. The President also commended Oregon for a great season and noted that Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota is also from Obama's home state of Hawaii. WASHINGTON (AP) - January 13, 2015
An interception and 90-yard touchdown by Kam Chancellor was the biggest play of the Seahawks' playoff victory judging from seismic equipment that monitored the shaking at CenturyLink Field. A Richard Sherman interception and Marshawn Lynch run on Saturday also jogged the needles on the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network. Spokesman Bill Steele at the University of Washington says the monitoring worked well