The Chinese American Citizens Alliance (CACA) is cosponsoring APA Heritage Day with the Mariners. As part of
By Samantha Pak Northwest Asian Weekly “Galaxy Games: The Challengers” By Greg R. Fishbone Lee & Low Books, 2011 When Tyler Sato turns 11, his cousins in Tokyo have a star named after him, but it soon becomes clear that TY SATO is no ordinary star. First, it doesn’t stay in the same place like […]
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly On March 19, the Seattle Mariners announced that it was releasing Kuo Hong-Chih, 30, a left-handed Taiwanese relief pitcher. The reason cited was poor performance during spring training and also to make room for others on the 40-man roster, according to the Mariners’ website. “I think he just needs more […]
Don Wakamatsu, who has been the manager of the Seattle Mariners since 2009, was fired on Aug. 9. He was the manager for the Mariners for more than halfway through the 2010 season.
“I would like to thank the city of Seattle and all the baseball fans here in the Northwest for the great support offered to me during my time as the Mariners’ manager …
Beyond our wildest dreams, we broke a record this May by winning six awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, and also sweeping
Jack Zduriencik, executive vice president and general manager of the Seattle Mariners, was the speaker at the Seattle Rotary Club meeting last Wednesday.
The city lost its basketball team as the Seattle SuperSonics left for Oklahoma City. The University of Washington football team didn’t win
SEATTLE (AP) — Don Wakamatsu is proud to be the first Asian American manager in Major League Baseball history. He’s also keenly aware of what his grandparents endured generations before he took over the Seattle Mariners.
Imagine your second day on the job being in front of cameras and reporters at a press conference introducing the Seattle Mariners newest player from Japan. This was the situation presented to then 26-year-old Ken Barron on his second day of work as the Mariners’ interpreter.