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Edmonds, WA

M's, Angels get in big brawl after inside pitches, 8 ejected

The Seattle Mariners and the Los Angeles Angels engaged in a lengthy full-team brawl in the second inning Sunday after tensions over two days of inside pitches boiled over.Both managers and six players were ejected after the brouhaha, which stopped and started twice before Angels closer Raisel Iglesias came back out to the empty field to throw a tub of sunflower seeds and another bucket of gum onto the infield.Three of the first four hitters in Seattle's lineup were ejected, while three Angels pitchers were tossed.Seattle's Jesse Winker was hit by the first pitch of the second inning by Angels...
ANAHEIM, CA
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Sporting News

The best parts of the epic Angels-Mariners brawl that left six players, both managers ejected

There are bench-clearing "brawls" and then there are bench-clearing brawls. The latter is what the Angels and Mariners got into Sunday afternoon. Angels pitcher Andrew Wantz hit Mariners outfielder Jesse Winker in the buttocks in the second inning. It was likely in retaliation for Angels outfielder Mike Trout's tower being buzzed Saturday night by an Erik Swanson fastball. Trout took issue with the near-miss, saying that pitchers should know where to hit batters if it comes to that.
SEATTLE, WA
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CBS Sports

Mariners-Angels brawl: Punches thrown, eight ejections made as Jesse Winker plunking leads to heated fight

A brawl -- an actual brawl, not one where a bunch of players stand around kind of shoving -- erupted between the Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels Sunday in Anaheim. There were a decent number of punches thrown and lots of drama that meant baseball didn't resume for quite a while. Eventually, there were eight ejections -- six players and both managers.
SEATTLE, WA
NBC Sports

Youngsters propel A's to first series win in a month

The Athletics are not having a great season. But even in the midst of a rebuilding year, there are positive moments and glimpses of the future. For the first time in a month, the A’s won a series after beating the Kansas City Royals 5-3 on Sunday at Kauffman Stadium to take two out of three games. Oakland’s last series win was April 23-25 when it took two out of three games from the Seattle Mariners on the road, and it was also the last time the A’s won back-to-back games.
OAKLAND, CA
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Yardbarker

Six players, both managers ejected after Mariners-Angels brawl

The Los Angeles Angels and Seattle Mariners engaged in a bench- and bullpen-clearing brawl in the top of the second inning on Sunday in Anaheim, Calif. Angels pitcher Andrew Wantz hit Mariners outfielder Jesse Winker with a pitch on the right hip. Winker took a couple steps toward the mound before approaching the Los Angeles dugout.
SEATTLE, WA
Yardbarker

Mariners accuse Angels of using opener to throw at hitters early

The Seattle Mariners made a significant accusation against the Los Angeles Angels over what may have provoked Sunday’s brawl between the two teams. Mariners manager Scott Servais and pitcher Marco Gonzales accused the Angels of using an opener in order to throw at Mariners hitters early in Sunday’s game. Servais said the tactic was “obvious” and appeared to indirectly call out interim manager Phil Nevin over what happened.
SEATTLE, WA
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Reader view: Is Edmonds ending single-family zoning?

Let’s start this discussion with a few definitions to make sure we’re all on the same page. What is single-family residential (SFR) zoning?. Per our city code, the purpose of single family residential is: “To reserve and regulate areas primarily for family living in single-family dwellings.” Our code further defines single-family dwellings as: “Single-family dwelling (and single-family dwelling unit) means a detached building used by one family, limited to one per lot.” Pretty clear, right?
EDMONDS, WA
capecod.com

Two individuals from Seattle Washington arrested while selling fake jewelry from their vehicle

HYANNIS – Barnstable Police report that over the past several weeks the Town of Barnstable along with communities around the state have seen an increase in traveling panhandlers as well as individuals approaching people and aggressively trying to sell them jewelry. Many of these incidents involve individuals traveling with their young children. On June 25, 2022 one such incident led to officers encountering 34 year old Aron Miclescu and 29 year old Cornelia Constantin of Seattle Washington, along with their juvenile son. This encounter was the result of an investigation from incidents involving Miclescu and his family traveling around Barnstable and selling what appears to be fake gold jewelry. Based on the investigation Miclescu and Constantin were arrested and Barnstable Patrol Officers and Detectives executed a search warrant on their vehicle, which resulted in the seizure of a large amount of jewelry and over $6,000 in cash.
BARNSTABLE, MA
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PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW

Melee mayhem: Big brawl, 8 ejected, Angels top Mariners 2-1

ANAHEIM, Calif. — A lengthy bench-clearing brawl resulted in the ejections of six players and both managers in the second inning of the Los Angeles Angels’ 2-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday. Three of the first four hitters in the Mariners’ lineup were ejected, and three...
LOS ANGELES, CA
Augusta Free Press

Why are food manufacturers adding potentially carcinogenic potassium bromate to the flour of many of the packaged baked goods we consume?

Dear EarthTalk: Why are food manufacturers adding potentially carcinogenic potassium bromate to the flour of many of the packaged baked goods we consume? What are the risks and how can we minimize them?. – Annie C., Poulsbo, WA. It may sound strange, but there are still many food manufacturers across...
POULSBO, WA
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