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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.
9/25/14 - Close, but no cigar in 2014. That will pretty much sum up the Seattle Mariners’ season once the weekend’s final series is finished, as the M’s take on the Los Angeles Angels at home. A September that showed much promise for an exciting stretch drive went up in smoke due to an inability to win in the clutch, as the squad had a pair of streaks in which they won just once over six games – four of those losses coming to lowly Houston. In addition, aces Felix Hernandez and Hisashi Iwakuma won just two games combined in September.
9/19/14 - They split two with the Los Angeles Angels, and hope to make some hay against Houston this weekend…so there’s still a good chance the Seattle Mariners could make the postseason. They’re a game behind Oakland for the second American League wild card slot, with nine games left – six on the road in Houston and Toronto, then the season finale against the Angels in Seattle. Considering the M’s and A’s are battling Detroit and Kansas City essentially for three spots (the Royals and Tigers for the Central Division title, and all four over the two wild cards), that means some exciting times are still ahead across two divisions.
9/12/14 - It’s a three-horse race in the American League coming down the stretch, but just two of those three teams – Oakland, Detroit, and the Seattle Mariners – will land in the postseason. The M’s find themselves a half game behind the Tigers, who currently hold the second wild-card slot, and it’s a race that seems to change daily, with once-dominant Oakland potentially fading to out of the race. Seattle has a key three-game series this weekend with the Athletics at Safeco Field; a successful series could hand the Mariners some much-needed momentum as they chase their first postseason since 2001. Key to this charge will be the pitching of King Felix Hernandez, who is scheduled to square off with the A’s Sonny Gray as part of this weekend’s action.
9/5/14 - The Seattle Mariners…they keep hangin’ in there, fighting mightily for that all-important American League wild card slot. Just a half game behind Detroit for the second slot, and a mere three games behind once-dominant Oakland for the top wild card, the M’s took two of three from the A’s to start the September stretch drive, and play Texas over the weekend. The M’s have just four non-West Division games remaining on their schedule, a four-game set against Toronto which will finish up their last road trip of 2014, an 11 game swing, before returning home for their last three regular season games of the year against the Los Angeles Angels.
8/29/14 - September is going to be an interesting month in the Pacific Northwest. The NFL’s Seahawks are preparing to return to the field to defend their Super Bowl title; the NCAA’s Huskies are a Top 25 team as college football gets underway; MLS’s Sounders F.C. are atop their conference with the best record in the league – and the Seattle Mariners are relevant again in Major League Baseball, in a taut battle for one of the two American League wild-card slots in the postseason. The last time the M’s were in the postseason was 2001 – Lou Piniella was the manager, and a young Nippon Professional Baseball star by the name of Ichiro Suzuki garnered both Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player awards in his first season on this side of the Pacific – the second Japanese import of the Mariners in as many seasons (preceded the year before by reliever Kazuhiro Sasaki) to win the AL’s top rookie honor.
8/22/14 - While their West rivals down the Pacific coast in Oakland and Anaheim (Los Angeles) have swapped places in the standings – the Angels finally surging into first place – the Seattle Mariners, having gone 7-3 in their last 10 games, remain close at hand in the AL wild-card hunt, just a half game behind Detroit for the second wild-card slot. The M’s take on a traditionally tough Boston club at Fenway Park this weekend before heading back across country to square off with the bottom-of—the-West Texas Rangers in Seattle, followed by a visit with a Washington team who has finally managed to put things together in the National League and establish themselves as one of the NL’s favorites.
8/15/14 - Before the All-Star break, it looked for all intents and purposes like the American League West was Oakland’s to lose. Now? The A’s have regressed to the mean a bit, the Los Angeles Angels got hot – and the Seattle Mariners are still in both the West race, as well as holders of the No. 2 AL wild-card slot (a half game ahead of Detroit) going into the weekend of Aug. 16-17. A word about that wild card race: It’s gonna be tight; after the Tigers, four teams are clustered within a game and a half of each other, which means if a team gets hot or cools off things could get exciting. The M’s, in fact, are riding a hot streak at the moment, having reeled off five straight victories and nine of their last 10.
8/8/14 - The Seattle Mariners may have fallen well off the torrid pace being set by Oakland and the Los Angeles Angels in the American League West, having fallen 10 games back of the A’s – but hoo boy, what a wild card race! Going into Friday’s games, Kansas City had moved into the second wild-card slot behind the Angels, with former seoncd wild card Toronto falling into a three-way tie with Seattle and the New York Yankees, just a half-game back. After coming out of the All-Star break winning just six while losing 10 (including a four game losing streal), the M’s have turned things around somewhat and have won three straight, including the first of a four-game weekend set with the Chicago White Sox.
7/31/14 - The Seattle Mariners found themselves involved in the wheeling and dealing on trading-deadline day, participating in the blockbuster deal with Detroit and Tampa Bay that saw David Price leave the Rays to join the Tigers. In the three-way deal, the M’s sent Nick Franklin to Tampa Bay, and received outfielder Austin Jackson from Detroit. Franklin had played in just 17 games for the Mariners in 2014, going 6-for-47 for a .128 batting average, with a triple as his lone extra-base hit. Jackson, however, was Detroit’s starting center fielder, hitting .273/.332/.398 with 25 doubles, five triples and four round-trippers, driving in 33 runs while scoring 52, the latter being tied for third on the Tigers team with Victor Martinez.
7/28/14 - After falling off the torrid pace set by Oakland and the Los Angeles Angels in the American League West, the Seattle Mariners made a move to shore up their weak offense, acquiring Kendrys Morales from Minnesota for relief pitcher Stephen Pryor. Morales was with the M’s last year, leading the club in batting average, hits, doubles, and RBIs last year, while setting a team record for homers by a switch-hitter. For the Twins this year, Morales had played in just 39 games, with a slash line of .234/.259/.325, with a single home run and 19 RBIs; he signed with Minnesota in early June after failing to generate any interest in the offseason as a free agent. Morales is expected to serve as the Mariners’ designated hitter.
7/18/14 - The Seattle Mariners’ “King Felix” Hernandez was rewarded for an outstanding first half of the season with the starting nod from Boston and American League All-Star skipper John Farrell in the Midsummer Classic. Hernandez became the first Venezuelan pitcher and second Mariner (after the legendary “Big Unit,” Randy Johnson) to earn the honor. Hernandez pitched just the first inning, facing four National League hitters while throwing 23 pitches (14 strikes, nine balls); he struck out Yasiel Puig and Troy Tulowitzki, and induced Paul Goldschmidt to ground out to third, while allowing a leadoff infield hit to Andrew McCutchen.
7/14/14 - With the unfortunate news that first-half pitching sensation Masahiro Tanaka may be done for the season with a partially torn ligament in his pitching arm, attention is focusing on baseball’s version of “The King” -- Seattle Mariners ace “King Felix” Hernandez as a Cy Young Award frontrunner. ESPN’s “Baseball Tonight” analysts both lselected Hernandez as their first-half AL Cy Young pick, on the strength of his 10-2 record, 2.11 ERA (2nd in the AL) and 145 strikeouts (third in the AL), not to mention a minuscule WHIP of 0.89, also second in the league. If Hernandez does win the Cy Young this season, it would be his second of his career.
7/3/14 – Well look who’s coming up in the AL West. The Seattle Mariners have quickly narrowed the gap between themselves and the Los Angeles Angels for second place in their division, now just one game behind the Halos. The Mariners are 4.5 games out from the top spot, and they’ll have to maximize on their current hot streak of four consecutive wins if they hope to catch the Oakland Athletics. Lock-in Seattle Mariners tickets and see them set off fireworks on the field this Friday against the Chicago White Sox! Independence Day marks the first of their three game series, and Mariners tickets start at $7. Not only will you get Robinson Cano shooting rockets out of the park, but US Cellular Field is sure to have and amazing fireworks display!
6/19/14 - After starting off the month of June with seven wins in their first eight games of the month, the Seattle Mariners have since lost seven of their last 10 – but remain just over .500 at 37 wins and 36 losses, and just two games behind the second-place Los Angeles Angels in the American League West. The M’s are also maintaining a positive run differential of plus-33, one of just five teams (two of those other teams are their West rivals in L.A. and Oakland) in the American League to be in the green in that statistic. The Mariners are just one of two teams in the AL to have a worse home record than on the road, the other being Baltimore; the Mariners are a solid 20-16 away from Safeco Field, while 17-20 at home.
6/6/14 - Here’s a shocker: If the season ended today, the Seattle Mariners would be in the postseason, just ahead of Baltimore. They’re second in the American League West, tied with the Los Angeles Angels, and have won five in a row, including two in Atlanta against the NL East leaders. After “King” Felix Hernandez, a perennial candidate for the AL’s Cy Young Award almost from the moment he was brought up to the bigs, a key reason for the Mariners’ success has been #2 pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma. Iwakuma has only made seven starts this season – he injured a finger in offseason workouts that fortunately did not require surgery – but in those seven starts he is 4-2 with 36 K’s against just four walks, with a 2.66 ERA. He pitched seven shutout innings in his last start, against the Braves, with seven strikeouts and zero walks, scattering six hits along the way.
5/30/14 - King Felix Hernandez rolled to his team leading seventh win for the Seattle Mariners in a 3-1 triumph over the Los Angeles Angels on May 28. Hernandez is now third in the American League in wins and strikeouts (83), fourth in WHIP (1.02), and seventh in ERA (2.57), after throwing 8 2/3 innings of four hit baseball against the Angels. Closer Fernando Rodney needed just three pitches to collect his 13th save (third in the AL) against just two blown saves so far this year.
5/27/14 - How valuable has Robinson Cano been to the Seattle Mariners this year? The M’s, currently in the middle of the pack in the American League West Division, 6 ½ games behind Oakland, are getting great production from their big-splash offseason acquisition. Cano is leading the Mariners in batting average at .322, which is also good enough for third in the American League, behind a pair of Detroit Tigers, Victor Martinez and Miguel Cabrera. Cano is also getting on base at a .372 clip, which places him among the top 20 in the AL, and his 58 hits put him tied for fourth (with another Detroiter, Ian Kinsler) in the league. While his power numbers are off (just two homers this season so far), he has also cut down on his strikeouts, making him a tough out for opponents.
5/16/14 - The Seattle Mariners made a big splash in the offseason, picking up Robinson Cano as a free agent to bolster the offense – and so far, the M’s are reaping some benefit from this pickup, currently sitting in third place in the competitive American League West Division, six games behind division leading Oakland. Cano is hitting mostly as advertised, though his power is off a bit; currently his slash line stands at .301/.355/.385, with just a single homer and 22 RBIs. Three Mariners – Mike Zunino, Kyle Seager, and Justin Smoak – each have a team-leading six longballs. King Felix Hernandez has picked up where he left off last season; Hernandez is 4-1 in nine starts, with 60 strikeouts (good for sixth in the American League), and a solid 3.03 ERA.
5/5/14 - The Seattle Mariners have made great improvements to their play, and are now just one game under .500. To boost morale and rankings, the Pac-Northwest team won both of their series, against the Yankees and Astros, last week. Seattle will finish off their road trip with four games at Oakland, and return home for an extended series against the Kansas City Royals. Seattle Mariners tickets for their remaining two games in Oakland are $14 (5/6) and $16 (5/7) to start. Prices are at their lowest this week then Kansas City comes to play, starting at $9 (5/8) and $11 (5/9) at Safeco Field.
4/29/14 - The Seattle Mariners came into last week battered by a seven game losing streak, but they come into the final week of April with far better momentum. Seattle has won three games out of the last four, including a series victory over division foes: the Texas Rangers. This comes thanks to resurgent third baseman Kyle Seager, who was named AL Player of the Week: hitting .409 with 8 runs, 5 HRs, 11 RBI and 1.549 OPS in six games. See if the Seattle Mariners can extend this winning momentum on the road: they are pitted against the New York Yankees and Houston Astros this week. Be there for Robinson Cano's welcome back to Yankee Stadium with Seattle Mariners tickets: get-in prices range from a mere $2-$3 this week at Yankee Stadium (4/29-5/1).
4/21/14 - After a hot start to 2014, the Seattle Mariners season took a turn for the worst: they've lost 9 in the last ten games, and have currently dropped seven straight. Yesterday, Seattle allowed the Astros to snap their own 7-game losing streak, but with two games left, the Mariners can still take hold of the series. Dustin Ackley has emerged as an offensive gem despite his team's lackluster play (over .345 in the last eight games)—perhaps he and Cano can rally the team to victory. Score cheap Seattle Mariners tickets for their final two games against Houston: $9 to get-in on 4/22 and 4/23, or pay $17 to get into each game against Texas this weekend (4/25-4/27).
4/15/14- The Seattle Mariners have taken a decent slip after mostly solid play out of the gate. After splitting their series against Oakland at the beginning of the month, the Mariners dropped two out of three against the A's at home. This past weekend put a sobering end to their three-game win streak, which started in Anaheim with 26 total runs. They got back to business with yesterday's offensive eruption over Texas: three Rangers errors granted the squad six relentless runs for the final score of 7-1. Seattle has three more games against the Texas Rangers before they visit the failing Miami Marlins over the weekend. Cheap Seattle Mariners tickets are easy targets this week: starting at $5 on Tuesday, $3 on Wednesday, and $2 on Thursday.
4/8/14 - The Seattle Mariners have rocked the American League after the first week of baseball. They kicked the year off right by annihilating the Angeles, sweeping their on-the-road opening series. Though they hit a snag in the road with two losses to the Athletics, they have a chance to take on these two teams again, but this time at Safeco Field in Washington. Today, the Mariners start their two-games against Anaheim, where their huge investment, Robinson Cano, will be making his debut at home. Seattle Mariners tickets are available for tomorrow's game at $27 to start (4/9). Their series against Oakland offers a get-in price of $18 on Friday (4/11), $15 on Saturday and Sunday (4/12-4/13).
4/1/14 - The Seattle Mariners made an announcement to the MLB on Opening Day: they aren't messing around this year. The Mariners stifled the Los Angeles Angels on Opening Day with a stunning 10-3 victory down in Anaheim. Mariners' bullet slinger Felix Hernandez may have given up a two-run homer to Mike Trout in the first inning, but he made the Halos pay with 11 strikeouts. Justin Smoak launched a three-run homer while Robinson Cano was pitched around in favor of walks. Score Seattle Mariners tickets for the rest of this opening series: get-in for $17 tonight and $10 on Wednesday. Up next for the Pacific Northwest team is another California opponent, a visit to the Oakland A's beginning on Thursday (get in for $13).
3/25/14 - With under a week left until Opening Day, things in the Seattle Mariners clubhouse are getting interesting. The Mariners are looking at the possible return of former superstar Ichiro Suzuki, as the Yankees are currently shopping around the 40 year-old and willing to cover a portion of his salary if the right buyer comes along. Aside from bringing back a fan favorite and the idea letting the veteran finish his career in Seattle, the Mariners could actually use an outfielder with his skill set. Stay posted on Ichiro's potential homecoming! The Mariners will play their final game at Peoria, AZ this Friday against the Rockies (tickets start at $37) and then they'll be taking the show on the road to start regular season. Cheap Seattle Mariners tickets this Monday against the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim start at just $19—one of the best bargains of Opening Day!
3/18/14 - With two weeks left of Spring Training, Seattle is still looking to make roster moves! The Mariners are considering a trade involving Nick Franklin to Detroit (in need of a shortstop), possibly in exchange for bullpen help. The Mariners are slotted against the Los Angeles Angels for their first game of the year, in a highly anticipated match to get the season going. Fans are excited to see which slugger—Mike Trout (LA) or Seattle's new Robinson Cano—will have the bigger impact out of the gate. Seattle Mariners tickets for their March 31 (Opening Day) game average just $78, making it one of the biggest steals in the league!
3/10/14 - With Spring Training in full swing, and Opening Day exactly three weeks away, it seems as though the Seattle Mariners have heeded the advice of slugger Robinson Cano, because the front office is now looking for another hard-hitting right-hander on the market. The Mariners have reportedly contacted Cuban outfielder Dayan Vicideo from the Sox. Still, they may consider holding-off on the move, as shortstop Brad Miller and outfielder Michael Saunders both launched two-run homeruns in their first at-bats Saturday against the San Francisco Giants. Seattle Mariners tickets start at $24 on Wednesday against the Cubs and $29 on Saturday against the Giants.
3/3/14 - As anticipated, slugger Robinson Cano made a huge impact in his debut with the Seattle Mariners this spring, helping his new team achieve back-to-back victories over the Padres to open up Cactus League play. The All Star did voice his opinions, that the team still needs to pack more of an offensive punch, by suggesting the organization signs a right-handed hitter—even going so far as to say Kendrys Morales should be contacted for a re-sign, being a switch hitter who hit 23 homeruns with the franchise last year. The Mariners are now 5-1 to start Spring Training and look forward to taking down their next opponents in Peoria during Week 2. Even though Seattle is red-hot, their tickets are super affordable! Seattle Mariners tickets start at $5 against the Indians (3/5) and $11 against the Reds (3/7).
2/25/14 - The Seattle Mariners are reportedly dealing with the New York Mets to trade off one of their young shortstops, Nick Franklin or Brad Miller. Franklin is a strong player who riled up the Mariners fanbase when he moved up from Triple-A last May, but has since been displaced by the Robinson Cano acquisition and is the more likely candidate to move. The Mariners would presumably make a deal to secure one of New York's young pitchers in the swap. Despite all the publicity surrounding perhaps the biggest trade of the offseason, Seattle Mariners tickets across spring training have dropped $10 in price: from $51 before camp began to $41.
2/12/14 - The Seattle Mariners practically announced their "win-now" projection for the season when they scooped up heavy-hitter, and the biggest agent available, Robinson Cano, along with the recent addition of proven closer Fernando Rodney. Seattle may be a west-coast town, but Emerald City residents have had their fair share of blistering weather this winter, so why not escape the cold and see your city's other winning team with Seattle Mariners Spring Training tickets? The Mariners are pitted against rivals down south, the San Diego Padres, for the first game of spring: tickets for this match-up start at $17 for a seat in Peoria, AZ.
1/30/14 - The Seattle Mariners made headlines this offseason by signing Robinson Cano, one of the heaviest-hitters in the majors. Now that management is reportedly talking with some of the biggest names left on the free agent market, score some Seattle Mariners tickets to see who takes the field this spring! Get a jump on the season with Spring Training tickets at $51 on average.
The Seattle Mariners were desperate for some big-time sluggers to rev up their lackluster core, and commenced this offseason with one of the biggest, most surprising moves of the year. The Mariners landed Robinson Cano with the third biggest contract in MLB history, at $240 million for 10 years, mirroring the Los Angeles Angels’ deal with Albert Pujols a couple years ago.
Aside from Cano, the Mariners have yet to repair other deprived zones this winter, namely the bullpen. Last season, Seattle racked up the second-worst bullpen ERA in the league (4.58), and no major moves have been made thus far. The Mariners allowed Oliver Perez to join the free agent market, though they held steadfast onto Felix Hernandez and top-prospect rookie Taijaun Walker. Mariners fans should keep their eyes on the front office leading up to Spring Training, as the franchise is reportedly interested in Ervin Santana, Ubaldo Jimenez, Fernando Rodney and Bronson Arroyo—some of the hottest free agents left on the market. Don’t sleep on the Seattle Mariners this year, especially after making one of the biggest splashes in the league this winter!
Despite their last place AL West finish in 2012, the Mariners have reason for optimism in 2013. After finishing at the bottom of the American league in runs scored, the Mariners decided to reconfigure Safeco Field and move in their outfield fences for 2013. This should generate higher power numbers, especially with newly acquired switch-hitting slugger Kendrys Morales, who was acquired via trade from the Angels. Free agent signees and returning Mariners Michael Morse and Raul Ibanez should also add significant pop to the lineup. The most important offseason deal the Mariners made was their extensions of ace pitcher and 2010 Cy Young winner Felix Hernandez. The 22 year old righty agreed to a 7-year, $175 million extension, making him the highest paid pitcher in baseball history.
The Mariners open their season with a 4-game series in Oakland against the A's and a 3-game series in Chicago against the White Sox. Their home opener at Safeco comes on 4/8 against new divisional foe, the Houston Astros. Prices start around $40 for bleacher and upper level seats, with field box tickets starting around $65. Aside from opening day, the most expensive Mariners home games come 6/28-6/29 against the Cubs and 7/9-7/10 against the Red Sox. Overall, Mariners tickets for 2013 are averaging $65, 17th highest in the league and 7% below the league average. Fan looking to save money should purchase tickets for games in May or September, which average under $50. The most expensive months for Mariners tickets are April and June, when tickets average around $75.