Things are looking good for the Seattle Mariners in 2017. After reaching second place in the American League West last year, fans are hopeful that this will be the year they make it back to the playoffs. After some adjustments in the off-season, it is possible that this will be a strong season for the Mariners. Eyes will be on Robinson Cano, Kyle Seager, Felix Hernandez, Nelson Cruz and the rest of the team as the battle with the rest of the league to see who will come out on top. Get your tickets today so that you do not miss out on seeing any of the action in person. Razorgator has availability for most games.
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Time is ticking away for the Seattle Mariners to get into playoff contention. An 8-3 win over Texas on Sept. 7 put Seattle at 71-68, in third place, nine games behind second place Houston and 11.5 games behind first place Texas.
The Mariners also had a highlight game on Sept. 5 when they routed Texas 14-6. Robinson Cano was huge in the game, hitting a home run during a five-run spree from the Mariners in the first inning. Seattle then had six more runs in the sixth inning to pull away.
Seattle next faces the LA Angels Sept. 12–14, followed by three straight home games against Houston Sept. 16–18.
Tuesday night was full of chances and opportunities for the Seattle Mariners, but sloppy play and fizzling energy left the team with an 8-7 loss against the Rangers to add to their three-game losing streak. The Mariners scored six in a row to come back from a 4-0 deficit, but in the seventh couldn’t keep it together and let Rougned Odor score a two-run homer for Texas off a bad pitch. Seattle plays the next two rounds at home with hopes of turning things around late in the season. After a Sept. 2-4 series against the Angels, Seattle will have another chance to redeem themselves against Texas. Get great and affordable seats at SafeCo Field today!
The Seattle Mariners split the first two games of a four game series with the Angels 1-1. The Mariners were the victors in game 1. After the Angels scored first, the Mariners got ahead thanks to RBI singles from Adam Lind and Mike Zunino in the fourth inning. They added another run in the fifth thanks to a homer form Nelson Cruz to secure their 3-2 victory. The next night was also close. The Mariners were ahead 6-5 going into the eighth inning. However, the Angels scored two and the Mariners were unable to equalize. The two teams play twice more on the 17 and 18, and then the Mariners host the Brewers starting on the 19. You can still get tickets for $5 and up.
The Seattle Mariners ended their six game winning streak with a loss in the first of a three game series against the Athletics on August 12. The Mariners did not take the loss lightly, and did not let the Athletics get any more wins, taking the series 2-1. Game two was close, but the Mariners were able to secure the 4-3 victory. The Mariners were ahead throughout game three and easily took the 8-4 victory. The Mariners will look to keep their new winning streak doing when they head to Anaheim to play the Angels for four games starting on the 15. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person for prices starting at $4.
The Seattle Mariners are starting to see the light at the end of the MLB regular season tunnel, and that light could possibly be shining on a playoff run. The Mariners, who are third in the American League West, have only lost one game out of their last five, and that loss cam at the hands of the red-hot Toronto Blue Jays. Seattle will be tested this week, though, as they play back-to-back series on the road against the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs. Catch them when they return home on Monday, August 1 to host the Boston Red Sox. Tickets to the event at Safeco Field start at $14.
The Seattle Mariners took home an impressive win on the road on Sunday, defeating 2015 World Champions the Kansas City Royals 8 - 5 at Kauffman Stadium. In fact, Seattle stunned the home crowd with two runs in the top of the first inning. This surge set the tone for the rest of the game, as the Mariners tacked on one more run in the fourth as well as a remarkable five runs in the top of the seventh. Kansas City was no match for the Mariners, who looked like they were at batting practice at times. Catch Seattle when they return home to play the Houston Astros on Friday, July 15. Tickets are $18.
The Seattle Mariners have a tough road ahead of them, especially after losing catcher Steve Clevenger to an injury in yesterday’s match with the Pittsburgh Pirates. They will have to find a way to regroup, especially as they prepare to host division leaders the Baltimore Orioles today through Sunday. It is poised to be a grueling four-game series, especially without their star catcher there to help. The Mariners will need all the support they can get, so head to Safeco Field on Saturday, July 2, to cheer on your team. Tickets to the game are already available and can be purchased starting at prices as low as $10. Don’t miss it!
June will be an important month for the Seattle Mariners. After a strong end to May that saw the club reach 10 games above .500, a string of losses against the division leading Texas Rangers has the team falling back in the AL West standings. The issue hasn’t been the club’s offense, as Seattle has been scoring at a decent clip, including a 16-run outburst in San Diego. If the Mariners want to have a shot at the division, however, they’ll need to figure out their pitching. Fans hope things will get back on track when Seattle hosts the Cardinals for a three-game interleague set, starting on June 24. Tickets for the first game are available for as low as $18.
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.
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.