Mariners 5, Twins 2 [box]: Hector Noesi pitched his best game since his eight inning gem back in mid-May, the right-hander seven innings, allowing one earned run over four hits. Mike Carp hit his first home run of the season and Dustin Ackley hit his first triple of the season. Lookout Landing has the postgame analysis. Next game: Today, Seattle (13-17) vs. Detroit (14-13), 7:10 p.m., ROOT Sports, 6 games back
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Hey it's Little League Day at Safeco Field as the Mariners face the Twins! Also, some kids are attending.— U.S.S. Mariner Blog (@ussmariner) May 6, 2012
- Matt Flynn vs. Tarvaris Jackson vs. Russell Wilson vs. Josh Portis (maybe). Who will be the Seahawks starting quarterback for the 2012 season? Doug Farrar from Shutdown Corner breaks down the Seahawks quarterback competition from Matt Flynn's point of view.
- Is the city of Seattle not realizing the good deal that Chris Hansen and Co. are offering? Read on at Save Our Sonics.
- Speaking of the NBA, Spencer Hawes scored a team-high 22 points for the Philadelphia 76ers in their win against the Chicago Bulls on Sunday.
- The Slipper Still Fits interviews the coach of one of Gonzaga's 2013 targets, Xavier Rathan-Mayes.
- ESPN's Andy Katz writes that the Pac-12 needs to bounce back with the impressive recruiting classes of Arizona and UCLA.