You may not care for the sport of baseball (I very much do) but it's hard to deny the indelible effects of Ken Griffey Jr. on both baseball in Seattle and on the 90's themselves. For achievements such as turning the backwards cap trending*, debuting these forward-thinking jerseys and straight up sticking it to the classical baseball establishment, Griffey was granted a plaque in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Oh, and most importantly, he's pushing for a similar honor to the best player to ever play his position: Edgar Martinez.
(*Without Griffey in Seattle, Mark @SSFCFOTY13 may never have existed.)
The latest SSFC Alliance Council Meeting Recap is now available for readers to review.
One fan who joined Sounders Nation in an unlikely fashion goes over what's so disappointing about the current roster formation in a SAH fanpost.
Another fanpost notes that while the result sucked, the breadth and passion of Seattle's away support is as eternal as that beautiful green.
Bradley Wright-Phillips is now tied for New York Red Bulls' all-time scoring record.
Dom Dwyer's getting offers from Olympiakos, but what does this mean for Sydney Leroux?
Jason Kreis has replaced Adrian Heath at Orlando City, but some fans appear to still be loyal to the old guard.
Five months ago the Colorado Rapids were on the verge of a fan mutiny, but winning cures all ails.
Next year's expansion brothers are keeping their newest signings active; forward Kenwyne Jones has been loaned to Trinidad and Tobago's Central FC for five months.