The Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers will square off again for a three-game series at Safeco Field beginning Friday at 7:05 pm. The Rangers hosted the M’s earlier this month in Arlington and took three out of four games — and were also the ones to start Seattle’s eight-game losing streak.
Chris Young has yet to record a decision in his four appearances (2 starts) for the Seattle Mariners. And to say the least, getting his first win today would be a momentous point in the Mariners’ young season.
After a loud top of the first from the Angels’ offense, the Mariners came back to top the Halos 5-3.
Russell Wilson, Malcolm Smith and coach Pete Carroll walked out from behind the center field fence to an ovation that rivaled anything heard across the street at CenturyLink Field.
Hungry fans will have even more delicious fare to sink their teeth into at Safeco Field when the Mariners kick off the 2014 season Tuesday.
Derek Jeter’s retirement after the 2014 season will come as a relief to Cleveland Indians fans. The future Hall of Fame shortstop’s numbers against the Seattle Mariners, however, may surprise you.
The Seattle Mariners promoted Kevin Mather to team president and chief operating officer on Friday, replacing Chuck Armstrong, who is retiring at the end of the month.
The Mariners announced the additional security screenings on Tuesday. They comply with a mandate from Major League Baseball that all teams have a screening program in place by the start of the 2015 season.
Being that it is Fan Appreciation Night — a night when countless prizes are given out to the Mariner faithful — coupled with an average attendance that hovers around 13,000 for the month of September, the odds of taking home a gift are decent. And on top of winning something for yourself, you may just catch a Felix Hernandez gem.
Since August 1st, the Mariners’ bats have cooled off and the bullpen has imploded — their record doesn’t lie: 15-23 (since then).