The season to date in the AL West is best summed up by one word: fireworks.
Hal Keller, a former Seattle Mariners general manager and longtime Texas Rangers executive who helped bring the radar gun to the major leagues, has died. He was 84.
June 14 is a special day in America – it’s Flag Day, commemorating the adoption of the United States flag in 1777. A day to fly your American flag proudly. And it’s the US Army’s birthday – 237 years ago the Continental Army was formed, beginning a rich heritage of successfully defending this great country. See the WA state celebrations for the US Army and Old Glory!
Here are some fun family activities you can all do with Dad (and Grandpa) to help him celebrate his special day on Sunday, June 17!
The Seattle Mariners are hosting Law Enforcement Appreciation Night on Tuesday, June 12 as they take on the Padres. Come out, support our local law enforcement, cheer on the Mariners and enjoy special ticket prices and America’s favorite past time.
After a major software crash on Opening Day at Safeco Field on April 13, the Mariners have offered an apology and a chance for those who attended to return to Safeco with free tickets to any Mariner game in April or May, 2012.
The former Mariner has been asked for some memorabilia by Cooperstown to commemorate his record-setting night as the 49-year-old left-hander became the oldest pitcher to ever win a major league contest.
The venture capitalist who wants to build a sports arena to bring professional basketball back to Seattle will pay for a study to determine the impacts on traffic and parking following objections by his potential neighbor – the Seattle Mariners.
Whether you’re planning on taking in some games at Safeco or watching the games from across town, here are five bars with great brews and tasty food to keep you cheering loud in Seattle.
The Mariners sent a formal letter to the city of Seattle and King County officials on Tuesday opposing the idea of a new multipurpose arena in the same neighborhood as the Mariners home of Safeco Field. The letter was signed by Mariners chairman Howard Lincoln (pictured).