“Let Burien Chevrolet make you a great deal!” - Elise Woodward
Elise and Jerry talked about the building rivalry between the Seattle Mariners and the San Francisco 49ers. They believe it can be one of the best NFL rivalries for at least the next decade. Here is an article form CBS writer, Clark Judge and why he thinks it's the best rivalry.
Click here to read the article.
If it were scripted in a movie, critics would complain that such a metaphor would be far too obvious and implausible, yet after Sunday's loss in Oakland, here the Mariners were, subjected to a sewage leakage in the postgame clubhouse.
Check out Geoff Baker's blog post from the scene:
Coming up on Elise and Jerry from 10 a.m.-noon Monday:
-- Is the NHL a realistic option for Seattle next season? It is being portrayed as a Plan B as the NHL tries to figure out what to do with the Phoenix Coyotes. Two investors Ray Bartoszek and Anthony Lanza have made a $220 million offer to buy the team and move it to Seattle. Two weeks ago, they met with Mayor Mike McGinn and the Seattle City Council to work out a tentaive deal for the use of KeyArena for the 2013-14 season if they can secure and relocate the team. Can it happen? Will it happen? Should it happen? Are we being used as a pawn again, and if so, what should we think of that? We'll dissect every aspect of the possibility, and our conversation will include a visit from King 5 reporter Chris Daniels at 10:28 a.m.
-- The Spurs lead the NBA Finals 3-2, one victory from a fifth championship in the Tim Duncan era. Can they finish by winning a game in Miami? And if so, what are we to make of the Heat's run so far with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh?
-- The Mariners: Hisashi Iwakuma is human, and the Mariners smelled sewage in Oakland on Sunday. No, real sewage this time.
-- Justin Rose won the U.S. Open, the first major of his career. And Phil Mickelson suffered his sixth second-place finish at the Open. What to make of Lefty's heartbreak?