Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin has been named a finalist for ESPN’s Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award. A press release from ESPN said Baldwin, the son of a police officer, “feels uniquely positioned to pursue conversations about and develop solutions to address the issues facing law enforcement and the communities they serve.” Baldwin — […]
By Staff NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Doug Baldwin was recognized on April 30 with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Medal of Distinguished Service. “Dr. King understood the importance of the opportunities athletes had to use their platforms for positive social change,” said Metropolitan King County Councilmember Dave Upthegrove. “Doug’s commitment to service in Renton and all […]
Melanie Hoshino, petite, pretty, with a golden tan, and long, light brown hair and a trim, athletic build, is dwarfed by the huge gray doors of the CenturyLink Seahawks Pro Shop she manages. Hoshino seems a bit shy at first as she peeks around the door, but warms up instantly and flashes an irresistibly brilliant and welcoming smile, as she invites you into her world of blue and green hats, bikinis, pet outfits, and everything else designed to melt the heart of a Seattle Seahawks fan.
Doug Baldwin now has a new title: engaged. The Seattle Seahawks wide receiver proposed to his longtime girlfriend on March 3, and it didn’t come without its buildup.
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 […]
By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. In the year-ending column, we say goodbye to ’Kuma, hello to Nori, MMA news, and Doug Baldwin is on fire! ’Kuma out, Nori in for Mariners The Seattle Mariners have undergone a huge amount of changes with a new manager and […]
It was another stellar year for API sports. …
By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. This month, we take a look at baseball, the disappearance of Anthony Kim, and the return of Doug Baldwin. Million Dollar Arm features Indian pitchers’ underdog story In 2008, we wrote about two Indian pitchers who participated in an Indian reality […]