Found March 30, 2013 on Sports Media Journal:
We head to the Pacific Northwest to check out the media covering the SEATTLE MARINERS Newspaper-  Up until two years ago Seattle had two daily newspapers. The Seattle Times remains in print form.  Its sports section has a dedicated Mariners section.  Larry Stone and Geoff Baker (Twitter) lead the other writers in maintaining the paper’s Mariners
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