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THE SEATTLE TIMES Sports Digest

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Patriots owner testifies Aaron Hernandez said he wasn’t involved in 2013 killing | NFL

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft testified his former standout tight end, Aaron Hernandez, told him he was innocent when asked if he was involved in a 2013 killing. Kraft was called by the prosecution in Hernandez’s murder trial.

Jason Kerr back in the game, named head boys coach at O’Dea High

Jason Kerr played at O’Dea and was an assistant there before coaching Franklin for 14 years

Felix Hernandez struggles in final spring start; Erasmo Ramirez dealt to Rays

Hernandez allows seven runs on five hits with two walks in 12/3 innings. Meanwhile, right-hander Erasmo Ramirez was traded to the Tampa Bay Rays for left-handed pitcher Mike Montgomery.

Former WSU Cougar Mark Hendrickson announces retirement from baseball

Left-hander Mark Hendrickson, who was in camp with the Baltimore Orioles this spring, announced his retirement. Hendrickson, 40, is a Washington State Cougar from Mount Vernon who spent 10 seasons in the major leagues and played in the NBA. (Tue. 3/31)

NASCAR penalizes Richard Childress Racing’s No. 31 team of driver Ryan Newman

NASCAR officials Tuesday issued an unprecedented penalty to Richard Childress Racing’s No. 31 Sprint Cup Series team of driver Ryan Newman after determining it had altered tires used in a race March 22 in Fontana, Calif. (Tue. 3/31)

Rick Barnes becomes Tennessee coach

Barnes had begin talking with Tennessee even before his departure was announced by Texas, where he coached for 17 seasons. (Tue. 3/31)

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