Closing in on 3,000 hits, Ichiro Suzuki isn’t inclined to stop there. He’s 42, and for some time has said — in Japanese and English — he wants to play until at least 50.
By W. G. RAMIREZ Associated Press LAS VEGAS (AP) — The NBA’s first Chinese owner said July 13 that he hopes to use his ties in China to help the Minnesota Timberwolves become a global brand along the lines of the Los Angeles Lakers or New York Knicks. “Since I’ve been a fan of the […]
The University of Washington (UW)’s women’s golf team won its first national championship this May in Eugene, Ore. Senior Ying Luo and freshmen Wenyung Keh and Sarah Rhee helped lead the team to a memorable victory.
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. In this month’s edition, we cover the University of Washington (UW)’s Women’s Golf Team winning a national title, a new class of members inducted into the Asian Hall of Fame, a new Spelling Bee champ crowned, and a Chinese prospect eyeing the NBA draft.
Writing in an op-ed in the Seattle Times last week, the five women on Seattle’s mostly female City Council responded to sexist attacks against them after a recent council vote sidetracked an arena proposal aimed at bringing the NBA back to the city.
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. In this edition, we write about the “last” fight for Manny Pacquiao, whether NBA refs respect Jeremy Lin, and Benson Henderson making a big career move.
Yao Ming, along with Allen Iverson, Shaquille O’Neal, Sheryl Swoopes, Tom Izzo, and Jerry Reinsdorf, were elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame on April 4.
Hideki Matsuyama’s bid to become the first Japanese man to win a major crumbled in a 1-over-par final-round 73 on April 10 at the Masters Golf Tournament.
Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly Welcome to a new edition of The Layup Drill! This month, we revisit the great year by Doug Baldwin, a return home for a new Seattle Mariner — and is this the last fight for Manny Pacquiao? Despite coming up short, Seahawks’ Baldwin has a career year The feeling is […]
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Seung Hwan Oh has been such a dominant pitcher in Japan that he has two nicknames: “Final Boss” and “Stone Buddha.”
The St. Louis Cardinals project the Korean with 357 career saves as a reliever who’ll get the ball to their own record-setting closer, Trevor Rosenthal.