Tickets to the Seattle Mariners

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Washington Nationals vs. Seattle Mariners
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Washington Nationals vs. Seattle Mariners
Nationals Park, Washington, DC


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About the Seattle Mariners

You can experience Seattle Mariners baseball at Safeco Field. The ballpark is located in the SoDo neighborhood of Seattle and has a retractable roof. Whether the roof is opened or closed, attending an M’s baseball game is always exciting and memorable.

The Mariners entered the Majors in 1977 but didn’t post a winning season until 1991. They didn’t reach the postseason until 1995.

In 2001, the franchise won 116 games, an American League record. Despite holding that mark, the Mariners are the only AL team that has never played in the World Series.

Famous Mariners over the years include Edgar Martinez, Ken Griffey, Jr., Randy Johnson, Jay Buhner, Alvin Davis, and Jamie Moyer. Seattle’s rivals are the other members of the AL West and the New York Yankees.

Seattle Mariners News

Seager slimmer, eager for fresh start in '19
While general manager Jerry Dipoto went about his Mariners makeover this offseason, Kyle Seager underwent a personal transformation of his own back home in North Carolina.

Gonzales ready to get ball in Cactus opener
Mariners manager Scott Servais said not to read anything into the early spring rotation order, but left-hander Marco Gonzales will be on the mound first when the club opens Cactus League play against the A's on Thursday.

Ackley rejoins Mariners with eye on roster spot
There is irony now that Dustin Ackley has come full circle, returning to the Mariners this spring not as a heralded bonus baby, but as a 30-year-old veteran on a Minor League deal just looking for a chance to get some at-bats and revive a career spent in Triple-A with the Angels the past two seasons.


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