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How Will They Do This Year? – Seattle Seahawks’ Schedule Prediction—How Will They Do This Year? – Seattle…

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Second Round Possible Achilles Heel For The Portland Winterhawks—Second Round Possible Achilles Heel For The Portland…

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Preview Of The 2018 Seattle Mariners – The Starting Rotation

Felix Hernandez

Thursday, March 22, 2018

As Spring Training begins to wind down, with just over a week until the start of the season, the time to look at the Seattle Mariners starting rotation draws nigh. Despite some nagging injuries that well may alter the makeup of the rotation on opening day, the most likely starting five for the long haul are James Paxton, Mike Leake, Felix Hernandez, Erasmo Ramirez, and Marco Gonzales, with sprinklings of Ariel Miranda, Hisashi Iwakuma, and Andrew Moore to top it off.

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A ‘Topsy-Turvy’ White House—Sunday Political Brunch - March 18, 2018

Sunday, March 18, 2018

It’s been a topsy-turvy week at the White House, with another big departure and the return of a familiar face. Is the President steering the ship on the right course? Let’s “brunch” on that this week.

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March Madness 101 – Why Brackets Play An Influential Role In Marketing

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Are you ready for the madness? If not, start getting ready. That’s because the month of March not only means winter is coming to a close, it also means that March Madness is just around the corner – and with it a whole lot of basketball.

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Could Trump’s Erosion Become a Political Avalanche?—Sunday Political Brunch March 11

Mark Curtis

Sunday, March 11, 2018

President Trump has had some bad weeks since moving into the White House, but this may be one of the worst. Amid staff resignations, plus personal and legal controversies, a politician never likes to see this stuff especially in a challenging mid-term election. Voters won’t just be electing many Senate and House members in November, they will also be expressing the national mood on the Trump Presidency so far. Let’s “brunch” on that this week:

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This Is Going To Be A Different Year For The Seattle Seahawks

Richard Sherman

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Michael Bennett is gone.

Richard Sherman is gone.

Marshawn Lynch is gone.

Jimmy Graham is most likely gone.

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Portland Winterhawks Grind It First And Then Grind Up The Cougars

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Two games up north in the frozen city of Prince George were hoping to provide a warm welcome for the Portland Winterhawks as they looked to make the playoff race a great deal tighter. The Prince George Cougars, already eliminated from the postseason, looked to be the spoilers in the Hawks bid. The first game saw a much tighter game for the Hawks than they might have originally suspected. 

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Of Political Turning Points - Sunday Political Brunch March 4

Sunday, March 04, 2018

Some of the most fascinating times in politics are when longstanding issues and viewpoints change. The liberal Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA) once said of conservative Senator Storm Thurmond (R-SC), "If Strom Thurmond and I ever vote the same way on a bill, either one of us made a mistake, or it's an idea whose time has come." Let's "brunch" on some political turning points this week.

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How Does Nelson Cruz Stack Up At DH?

Nelson Cruz

Sunday, March 04, 2018

As we continue to preview the 2018 Seattle Mariners, the position unique to the junior league, the DH, will be occupied most often this season by Nelson Cruz. Cruz, arguably the best hitter on the team, has aged well, defying decline, and has proved to be a bargain, by today’s standards, on his four-year $58MM contract, signed back in 2015. While turning thirty-eight in July, Cruz hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down, but how does he stack up against the other DHs in the league?

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Shadowboxing Versus Running

Sunday, March 04, 2018

The other day, I was talking to a buddy who is wanting to get back in shape. His asking my advice about cardio is what inspired me to write this. This article is an appeal to all to consider shadowboxing as a viable cardio option (either in addition to or in place of running). First and foremost, shadowboxing is more about visualization and creating a mindset of success than weight loss. It creates discipline and gets your mind and body in good shape. It is a great alternative to running. Here’s why:

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It’s a Pot Luck Sunday Political Brunch – February 25

Mark Curtis

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Some weeks there’s a political story that kind of dominates the focus, and makes it easy for a one-topic discussion This week is not one of them. All kinds of random things are happening all over the map, many seemingly unconnected to the others. That’s means we’re having one of my semi-regular “political pot lucks!” Let’s “brunch” on that this week:

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