Seattle’s GOAT Mountain of Sports: Ken Griffey Jr., Ichiro Suzuki, Sue Bird, Russell Wilson voted best of the best

Seattle's GOAT Mountain of Sports: Ken Griffey Jr., Ichiro Suzuki, Sue Bird, Russell Wilson voted best of the best

Seattle has a rich, proud sports history, led by the long-standing Mariners and Seahawks and redefined by new franchises such as the WNBA’s Storm, MLS’ Sounders and the NHL’s Kraken. Here’s breaking down the best individual athletic representation of team excellence in the Emerald City, with Hall of Fame credentials galore among the ultimate four.


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