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  • Honoring a Legend
  • Honoring a Legend

    Washington welcomes iconic baseball coach Bobo Brayton into its hall of fame.
  • Grabbing Life by the Snowballs
  • Grabbing Life by the Snowballs

    A group of Idahoans play the game of summer in the dead of winter.
      For most people, winter is a time to be cooped up. And when the holidays have come and gone, January hits and we start looking out the windows longing for sun, pining for long summer days and warm nig
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  • Here to Help
  • Here to Help

    The man credited (by some) with ending Eastern’s baseball program has some advice for Beau Baldwin.
      Upon learning that Eastern Washington University football coach Beau Baldwin had been selected to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Seattle Mariners game last Saturday, I sat by the phone in eager anticipation of Baldwin’s call for advice on mastering his pitching assignment.
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  • Spokane Series
  • Spokane Series

    A Medical Lake native is back in the World Series, along with nine ex-Spokane Indians.
      San Francisco Giants pitcher Jeremy Affeldt is a devout Christian, but the former Northwest Christian High School star is quite certain the notoriously rowdy Philadelphia fans weren’t expressing their desire to join him in prayer as he warmed up in the visitors’ bullpen during Game 6 of the National League Championship Series.
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  • On Deck
  • On Deck

    The Spokane Indians aren’t worried about the season’s slow start — they’re confident their time will come.
      Most often, when people refer to something as “minor league,” it’s with the assumption that things aren’t ever going to get any better: a permanent state of mediocrity. When you’re actually referring to minor league baseball, though, there’s another word you should add to the end of the last definition: not good enough.
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