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A surge to the top of the MLB rankings is in store for the Seattle Mariners after their impressive performance on the road so far this season. Their success away from home includes two series wins against the Orioles and the Reds last week. Winning four of six games boosted Seattle’s win percentage to .591 and puts them in the No. 1 spot in the American League West. Up next, the Mariners will head home to take on the Twins this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (May 27-29) at Safeco Field in Seattle. Tickets start at just $16, so there’s no excuse to stay home this weekend. Get your tickets today!
Week five of MLB play has been really good for the Seattle Mariners. They’re off to their best start since 2011, winning their last six series and boosting their record to 18-13. The power rankings have them listed in the American League as the team in third for overall record, second for homers with 42 so far, and first for two-out RBIs. All this comes after a disappointing start which made fans worry things wouldn’t go well this season. The Mariners play a series at home this weekend (May 12-14) against the Los Angeles Angels, and we have a great selection of seats at Safeco Field available for purchase now. Prices start at just $17, so there’s no reason to sit these games out!
The Seattle Mariners are looking red hot and sitting at first place in the American League West with a 10-9 record. In fact, they have won five out of the last six of their games, most of which have been on the road. Seattle returned home yesterday to take on the Houston Astros in the first of three games. Although Houston gave the Mariners a slight scare in the top of the eighth with the threat of a comeback, Seattle was able to remain calm and secure the 3-2 win. The Mariners’ next game is tonight at 7:10 p.m. We still have limited quantities of tickets available for $22 and up.
In one of their final Spring Training games, the Mariners lost 7-5 to the Padres, but there was some promising plays. Felix Hernandez was strong on the mound as he tuned up for his start on Opening Day. He pitched for three innings, during which he only gave up four hits and four runs. The Mariners have a day off on March 31 before having their final Cactus League games on April 1 and 2 against the Rockies. Then, they head to Texas for Opening Day game against the Rangers on April 4. They finally come home for their home opener on April 8 when they host the Athletics. You can still get tickets for all games, including the Home Opener, starting at $35.
3/18/16 - The wait for the new season is nearly over. The Seattle Mariners are gearing up for action. With the season opener less than three weeks away, fans are waiting to see what they can learn about this upcoming year from the preseason. So far, the Mariners have won eight games and lost eight games, so fans may just have to wait for the season to kick off on April 4th. Their home opener, however, will be on April 8th against the Oakland Athletics. Tickets are available starting as low as $43. If you want to get in on the action sooner, secure your spot in the stand of the next preseason matchup on March 20th.
9/24/15 - The Seattle Mariners went 2-1 in a three game series against the Rangers before starting off a three game series against the Royals with an 11-2 victory. The Mariners started the game off with two runs in the top of the first inning, but the third inning was where they showed their mettle, scoring seven runs. The Mariners had five total home runs during the game, including two from Robinson Cano. Despite the strong show, the next night the Royals went home the victor in a close game that went ten innings. The two teams play once more on the 24th, and then the Mariners head to Anaheim to play the Angels for three games starting on the 25th. You can still get tickets, with prices as low as $13.
9/17/15 - The Seattle Mariners had a stretch where they were working their way up their division, but they seem to have seen a stand still as they approached an even win/loss record. They now sit at 71-76. Because they have won every other matchup for the last seven games, that ratio has not changed. As the post season approaches, they need to start racking up some wins to make it. The Mariners now enter an away series, so this change of scenery may be what they need. Regardless, they will return for their final series of home games on September 28th. With a total of six matches remaining in Seattle, your opportunities to see the Mariners live are running out. Get your tickets now and cheer them to the victory they need.
9/10/15 - The Seattle Mariners are on a roll. They ran into a little trouble as soon as they returned to their home field, but that cleared up quickly and they began dominating again. Their two tight losses against the Teas Rangers did cost them a five-game winning streak, but they followed them up by shutting the Rangers out in back to back matchups. This amazing feat is sure to just be the beginning as the Mariners start to gain momentum. If they keep this up, they will start to make their way back up the division rankings. Up next, they will be playing the Colorado Rockies, followed by the Los Angeles Angles. After this series of home games ends, only one remains before the season comes to a close.
9/1/15 - The Seattle Mariners went 2-2 in the latest four game series against the White Sox. During the second game, the Mariners shut out the White Sox. The next night was a more even battle. The Mariners started out with three runs in the top of the first and by the eighth inning were ahead 7-2. The White Sox rallied, scoring four runs that inning. The Mariners were able to hold onto their one run lead to win. The next night was another close battle, this time remaining tied until the White Sox scored the winning run in the bottom of the 11th. The Mariners started out their first of three games against the Astros with a loss. They play again on the 1st and 2nd. You can still get tickets, with prices as low as $8.
8/26/15 - After losing the first of three games against the Athletics, the Seattle Mariners came back to win the other two to take the series. In the second game, the Athletics seemed to have the win after a four run second inning that brought the score to 5-0. However, the Mariners had three runs in the fourth, followed by another three in the fifth to take the lead. They were able to maintain the lead for the rest of the game to take the victory. The next night, the Mariners came out swinging for a four run first inning, and they went on to easily win 8-2. The Mariners next head to Chicago to play four games against het White Sox starting on the 27th. You still have a chance to get tickets, with prices starting at $3.
8/18/15 - The Seattle Mariners were doing well, but they seem to be struggling slightly since heading out on the road. Before leaving, they had won three of their last four games, even managing to completely shut the Baltimore Orioles out in their final match. After heading to Boston, the Mariners were only able to win one game in the three-match set. They are headed to Texan next to take on the Rangers, but they have already lost the first game. Hopefully the Mariners will be able to turn it around as the set continues. Luckily, it won't be long at all until they are back on their own field, so they should be back to racking up victories soon. Tickets for their first game back, on August 21st, start at $16.
8/14/15 - The Seattle Mariners have been inconsistent since they returned to their home field. They have won exactly half of their matchups and they have not managed to win two in a row. Being 52-61 and fourth for their division, the Mariners cannot afford to just break even. There are just a couple home games before they hit the road again, so hopefully they will be able to build up a little momentum before having to play without the home field advantage. Luckily, this will be a relatively short series of away games. The Mariners will return on August 21st to host the Chicago White Sox. Get your tickets for their homecoming game early to save. Tickets currently are available for as little as just $14.
8/6/15 - The Seattle Mariners are building up a winning streak after winning the past three games in a row. After going back and forth against the Twins in a four game series, the Mariners won the first two games in a three game series against the Rockies. The first night saw the Mariners get an early lead after a four run first inning. The Rockies rallied, but were not able to take the win from the Mariners. The next night, the Mariners took a bigger lead for the 10-4 win. Nelson Cruz had a homer, which was his fifth strait game in which he homered. The two teams meet again on the 5th, and then the Mariners head home to host the Rangers on the 7th. You can still get your tickets, with prices as low as $15.
7/30/15 - The Seattle Mariners may be at the bottom of the pack in the AL West Division, but not by much. They are behind the Athletics by only one win and the Rangers by a mere two wins. In their most recent four-game series against the Detroit Tigers, the Mariners and Tigers split games giving each team two wins and two losses. On July 23, the Mariners were able to pull off a close win against the Tigers ending the game with a 3-2 lead. This weekend the Mariners take on the Toronto Blue Jays on their home field. Tickets for all three games are still up for grabs and ticket prices start around $22 a piece. If you are busy this weekend, the Mariners have some weekday games coming up versus the Arizona Diamondbacks starting on July 27.
7/24/15 - The Seattle Mariners may be at the bottom of the pack in the AL West Division, but not by much. They are behind the Athletics by only one win and the Rangers by a mere two wins. In their most recent four-game series against the Detroit Tigers, the Mariners and Tigers split games giving each team two wins and two losses. On July 23, the Mariners were able to pull off a close win against the Tigers ending the game with a 3-2 lead. This weekend the Mariners take on the Toronto Blue Jays on their home field. Tickets for all three games are still up for grabs and ticket prices start around $22 a piece. If you are busy this weekend, the Mariners have some weekday games coming up versus the Arizona Diamondbacks starting on July 27.
7/17/15 - The Seattle Mariners' most recent games continue to go back and forth from winning one to losing one. They went 2-2 against the Angles in their most recent four game series. The Mariners won the first game 7-2, with a 19-hit barrage and a leadoff homer by Logan Morrison. The next night, they were unable to beat the Angles, even after getting another run in the first inning. During the third game, the Mariners once again won, this time with a three-hit shutout thinks to eight innings by Hisashi Iwakuma. The next night, the Angles came back and won 10-3. The Mariners will look to win more than one game in a row when they head to New York to play three games against the Yankees, starting on July 17. You can get tickets for as low as $18.
7/10/15 - The Mariners' return to Seattle was a little rocky as they took a rough 12-5 defeat at the hands of the Detroit Tigers. Fortunately, they were back on their feet quick and came right back with a 6-7 victory the very next day. One game remains in this set, and then the Seattle Mariners will take on the Los Angeles Angels. After that set, they will be hitting the road once again, so be sure to take this opportunity to catch them live while you can. If you want to see how the Tigers set concludes, tickets start at $21, while you can attend the opener against the Angels for as little as $17. You last chance to see them in action will be on July 12th.
7/3/15 - The Seattle Mariners continue through their series of away games. After struggling slightly against the Los Angeles Angels, the Mariners fared better against the San Diego Padres. In fact, Seattle managed to keep the Padres from scoring in both of their matchups. However, upon meeting with the Oakland Athletics, they failed to score themselves. It remains to be seen if this was a single instance or if it will be a pattern. Regardless, the Mariners will return to Seattle on July 6th to take on the Detroit Tigers. They should be back at the top of their game then. You can attend that game and welcome the Mariner back home for as little as $13. They will have a few sets before hitting the road again, so you have plenty of opportunities to see them live.
6/25/15 - The Seattle Mariners went 1-2 in their recent three game series against the Royals. In the first game, the Mariners scored quickly with a run in the first inning. However, the Royals came back with two runs in the top of the second, and the Mariners were unable to get back on the board. The Mariners came out the next night ready to win. Mike Montgomery pitched 10 strikeouts and shut out the Royals. Dustin Ackley and Logan Morrison hit homers, and the team had 10 hits and seven runs. They were unable to carry this victory over to the next night, losing 8-2. The Mariners head to Anaheim next for a three game series against the Angels, starting on the 26. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at $8.
6/19/15 - In Wednesday’s Seattle Mariners game, Austin Jackson tripled, allowing Mike Zunino to score. When Robinson Cano doubled in the same inning, Jackson scored, giving the Mariners two runs, while shutting out the Giants. The Mariners are 5-5 in their last ten, with a 30-36 record, for fourth in the AL West. They have a run of home games in the upcoming week, and Safeco Field will be hopping as the Mariners host the Astros starting on Friday (6/19). There’s still great seats available for the games on Saturday and Sunday with prices beginning at $13. You’ll want to get your tickets to one of the three games starting on Monday against the Kansas City Royals. Enjoy an evening of fun when you come down to the stadium to cheer your home team.
6/9/15 - After a seven game losing streak, the Seattle Mariners finally got a win in Saturday’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays. The homer in the seventh from Austin Jackson put the Mariners ahead 2-1, and Seattle held Tampa back from earning another run. Seattle has a 26-32 record, and they’re just seven games behind the AL West leader, the Houston Astros. The Mariners are out on the road over the weekend and in the upcoming week, before finally returning to Safeco Field on Wednesday (6/17) for games against the San Francisco Giants. Tickets start at just $17, and you’ll want to cheer your home town on to the win. Help them get their momentum going before the Houston Astros come to town, so the Mariners can put some games in their win column.
6/5/15 - The Seattle Mariners have still not recovered from their losing slump that began when they took on the Cleveland Indians. While the Mariners were able to rally and take one victory against Cleveland, they have not won since then. Seattle is now up to six consecutive losses, including an entire set against the New York Yankees. The upcoming matchups with the Tampa Bay Rays are especially important. If the Mariners cannot change their luck here, their losing streak may continue on the road and span numerous matchups. If you would like to come out and cheer them to their first victory in more than a week, you can get tickets for their next game for as little as $10. Help them make their stand and turn it around.
5/28/15 - The Seattle Mariners had a three-game winning streak on the boards until the Cleveland Indians came to town. In the first game of a four-game series, the Indians’ pitcher struck out 13 Mariners and held them to only three runs while picking up five. The Mariners continue the series against the Indians throughout the weekend. Get out to Safeco Field and cheer for the home team. Tickets for Sunday’s (5/31) game start at $17. The Mariners will be on home field for the next week, hosting the New York Yankees for three games beginning Monday (6/1). Relax after work while enjoying the camaraderie of the fans in the stadium. With ticket prices starting at $11, you and a friend could have a great evening while watching your favorite team.
5/15/15 - The Seattle Mariners are on fire, having won their last four games in a row. They swept the three game series against the Athletics and have won the first of two games against the Padres. Against the Padres, the Mariners came out strong, with four runs in the first inning. They went on to score seven more for an 11-4 victory. The win was the first for James Paxton. The team had a total of six home runs, with two by catcher Mike Zunino and the rest by Nelson Cruz, Kyle Seager, Logan Morrison, and Justin Ruggiano. After the final game against the Padres on May 13, the Mariners host the Red Sox for a four game series starting the 14th. Tickets remain available, with prices starting at $16.
5/8/15 - This series of away games started out promising for the Seattle Mariners, but they have really been struggling recently. First, the Mariners lost in each of the four games against the Houston Astros. Heartbreakingly, they lost 6-7, and that one point that decided the game was scored in the eighth inning. Things looked like they were improving when the Mariners won in the opening match against the Los Angeles Angels, but Seattle could not repeat their victory in the second two matches. This string of bad luck sees the Mariners lose six of their last seven games. Hopefully that is all behind them because they are finally back on their own field. The Mariners will play the Oakland Athletic in their first home games in more than two weeks starting May 8th.
4/29/15 - A ten-day trip for the Seattle Mariners has started with a 3-1 victory over the Texas Rangers, thanks to great pitching from Taijuan Walker, who threw a killer fastball in the Monday night game. The young player lasted seven innings, threw 62 strikes, struck out five and had just six hits. After going hitless in 13 at bats on Sunday, the Mariners broke that unwelcome streak with an RBI from Nelson Cruz. After a throwing error on a groundball which should have been a double play, Cano sprinted home making it 2-0 for Seattle. Their last run came from Justin Ruggiano who was able to make it home after a single from Smith. Up next for the Mariners are two series against the Astros and the Angels before they head home to take on the Athletics.
4/24/15 - After two disappointing losses, the Seattle Mariners turned it around and won the third game of their series against the Astros with a 2-3 final score. The Mariners J.A. Happ struck out five and didn’t give up any walks over the seven and one-third innings that he pitched to give him his first win. Catcher Mike Zunino homered in the third. On Friday (4/24), Safeco Field will be busy with Mariners’ fans when they host the Minnesota Twins in a three-game series over the weekend. Tickets start at $17 for Friday’s game. There are still plenty of great seats available all over the ballpark. After Sunday’s game, the Mariners go out on the road, so come down and show your support while your favorite team is in town.
4/14/15 - It has been one week since the 2015 MLB regular season began, and the Seattle Mariners are off to a 3-3 start. After beating the Angels 4-1 in the season opener, they lost the remaining two games in the series to the Los Angeles team. After that, they took a trip to Oakland, where they beat the Athletics in two out of three, including one match that went to 11 innings. Many eyes have been on Taijuan Walker since the preseason began, but his debut performance wasn’t quite up to par and he was relieved of pitching duties in the seventh inning. This weekend, Seattle fans can enjoy a weekend of baseball as the Mariners take on the Texas Rangers on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We have your tickets starting at just $15.
4/3/15 - If ESPN’s prediction pans out, it could be a very good summer in Seattle in 2015, as the Mariners are projected by them to win the American League West. After falling just short of the playoffs last year, and being in contention going down to the final days of the season, the M’s will be looking to end a 13-season playoff drought.
3/18/15 - With a devastating loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers in what may have been a World Series preview match up last weekend, the Seattle Mariners will need to get back to playing at peak performance if they want to make it to the championship. Much of their chances rest on the health of star pitcher James Paxton, who has been out with a minor forearm injury since the beginning of the spring. He hopes to return before the start of the regular season, with the possibility of returning as early as next week. Paxton says he has been doing hot yoga in the off-season, which helps to control his heart rate. He finds that if his heart starts racing on the mound, he can use yoga practice to control his breathing and lower his heart rate so he can calm down.
3/6/15 - The Seattle Mariners threatened to make the American League West a three-horse race from much of the 2014 season, and were in contention for the wild card until the final days of the season. This year, though, the M’s have their sights set higher, behind the arms of “King Felix” Hernandez, Hisashi Iwakuma, and the bats of Robinson Cano and slugger Kyle Seager.
2/13/15 - The Seattle Mariners were given the short end of the stick last season and it looks like history might be repeating itself. The Mariners are looking at the most travel time out of any MLB team, with more than 2,000 more miles traveled than the next closest team. As the 2015 season starts, Seattle is already at a huge disadvantage. They can absolutely make up the difference through hard work, however, but they need the support of their fans cheering them to victory to even things out. Their season starts on April 6th when they take on the Los Angeles Angels, but then they will be travelling all the way to Oakland to play the Athletics. Catch their home opener before they leave for only $34.
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New Team, New Year
It’s time to send out that familiar call to the Mariner faithful throughout the Pacific Northwest. The Major League Baseball season is almost upon us, and there are still plenty of cheap Seattle Mariners tickets available for the home opening series against division rivals the Oakland A’s. Manager Scott Servais will once again rely heavily on proven stars Felix Hernandez, Robinson Cano, and Nelson Cruz to help the M’s rise up and mount a challenge for the AL West crown.
Detailing the Mariner’s Offseason Shakeup
2015 saw the Mariners fall to a disappointing fourth place finish in 2015 after having shown so much promise in finishing third the previous year. This prompted new GM Jerry Dipoto to take action the moment he stepped into the office last September. While he may not have completely overhauled the roster, Dipoto certainly shook things up, most notably through moves such as:
Lind brings in another strong bat to the lineup, and can platoon at first base and DH with Jesus Montero. Miley and Iwakuma are sure to help shore up the starting pitching rotation after Hernandez. If other additions to the bullpen can help return it to its league-leading production, then the Mariners should be poised to compete in 2016.
- Trading for Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Adam Lind
- Re-signing pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma after his failed free-agent deal with the Dodgers
- Trading for Boston Red Sox pitcher Wade Miley
Discount tickets for seats at Safeco Field start at only $34. You’ll want to be there on April 8th when your M’s take the field for the first time at home on 2016.