Mariners to Replace All the Grass and Dirt at Safeco FieldThe Mariners will replace all the grass and dirt at Safeco Field for the first time since the park opened in 1999.
Mariners, Safeco Not Extending Naming Rights DealSafeco Insurance has held the naming rights for the stadium since 1998, a year before Safeco Field opened.
Ichiro Homers In Final At Bat of Mariners, Marlins SeriesDuring Wednesday's series finale between the Mariners and the Miami Marlins at Safeco Field, the longtime Seattle right fielder's historic career at Safeco Field concluded with a storybook ending.
Mariners Fans Eat 30 Pounds Of GrasshoppersSafeco Field, the home of the Seattle Mariners, has sold out of its newest menu item, toasted grasshoppers, for three days straight.
Paxton Shines, Bats Come Alive In Mariners Home OpenerWith a crowd of 44,856 in attendance, Seattle topped the Astros 6-0, as the Mariners finally delivered with runners in scoring position and James Paxton picked up his first win of the season.
UPDATE: Proposed Law Would Allow Fans To Carry Guns Into StadiumsCurrently, Seattle’s major stadiums prohibit all weapons. However, House Bill 1015 would keep a public facilities district (like a sports stadium) from banning guns if the owner has a valid concealed carry permit.
Zunino Hits 2 Of Seattle's 5 HRs In 12-6 Win Over OriolesZunino homered twice in his first game of the season, Nelson Cruz and Seth Smith both hit three-run home runs, and the Mariners slugged past the Baltimore Orioles 12-6 on Saturday nig
Lee's 2 Home Runs Lead M's Past Rangers 7-5Dae-Ho Lee handed out silver-colored necklaces from his native South Korea before Friday night's game against the Texas Rangers.
Seattle Uses 5 Home Runs To Pummel San Diego 16-4Seattle scored 13 of its 16 runs with two outs, including three of the five home runs.
Hernandez Ties Mariners Win Record; Beat Royals 1-0Felix Hernandez tied Jamie Moyer for the most wins in Seattle Mariners history, accomplishing it with just one hit of support in a 1-0 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Friday night.
Mariners Continue Slide, Lose To Rangers 8-0The Mariners offense struggled against Rangers pitching for the second straight night
Mariners Drop 4th Straight, Lose to Rangers 7-3"We struggled to put consistent quality at-bats together," Mariners manager Scott Servais said.

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