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|7/11/14||Guys Night Out - Mariners Red Party cup||SPECIAL EVENT TICKET REQUIRED|
|7/12/14||Hisashi Iwakuma Bobblehead||20,000 available|
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|8/9/14||Lou Piniella bobblehead||20,000 available|
|8/26/14||Salute to Native American Night - Mariners Cap||10,000 available|
|8/30/14||Felix Hernandez bobblehead||20,000 available|
|8/31/14||Salute to Kids Day - Robinson Cano Lunch Cooler Bag||Children 14 yrs and younger|
|9/12/14||Mariners Neon sunglasses||20,000 available|
|9/26/14||Fan Appreciation Night - Team poster||All fans receive giveaway|
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|9/28/14||Kids Appreciation Day - Moose Posters||Children 14 yrs and younger|
|Safeco||Run Around the Bases (post-game)||7/13/2014|
|Safeco||Fireworks Night (post-game)||7/25/2014|
|Safeco||Run Around the Bases (post-game)||7/27/2014|
|Safeco||Girls Night Out - Mariners Clutch||8/8/2014|
|Safeco||Run Around the Bases (post-game)||8/10/2014|
|Safeco||Salute to Native American Night||8/26/2014|
|Safeco||Fireworks Night (post-game)||8/29/2014|
|Safeco||Run Around the Bases (post-game)||8/31/2014|
|Safeco||Fireworks Night (post-game)||9/8/2014|
|Safeco||Salute to Latin American Beisbol Night||9/13/2014|
|Safeco||Run Around the Bases (post-game)||9/14/2014|
|Safeco||Fan Appreciation Night||9/26/2014|
|Safeco||Kids Appreciation Day||9/28/2014|
3/25/15: It is time to put up or shut up for the Seattle Mariners. The Mariners have a tremendous reputation of being a great regular season team that cannot pull it together in the playoffs. However, they have missed the postseason for the last several years. In the meantime, the Seattle Seahawks have been to a few Super Bowls and won one. The Seattle Sounders of the MLS are tremendously popular and successful as well. The Mariners have paid a lot of money to a lot of players, so now is their time to break through and show that they should be at the top of the list of Seattle sports teams.
3/18/15: The Seattle Mariners are expected to take a big step forward this season, being year two of the Robinson Cano Era. As many may recall, the Mariners got off to a slow start a year ago, but came together in the second half of the season and did not miss out on the playoffs by very much. With a full year under their collective belts, the Mariners should be playoff contender in this campaign. In other news, it looks like Brad Miller will get the starting shortstop job, at least to start the season. Chris Taylor broke a bone in his wrist and wil be out for more than a month.
3/11/15: The Seattle Mariners have a pretty good history with Japanese players - the most notable, of course was future hall of famer Ichiro Suzuki and his ability to always hit the baseball. Now it is pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma's turn to show what he can do. He was outstanding in his first outing. Iwakuma pitched two perfect innings and was sharp by all accounts. If Iwakuma can develop into a real option, then the Mariners have a good chance of playing meaningful games in October - even in the crowded AL West, which may be the best division in all of baseball.
3/4/15: The Seattle Mariners started the 2014 season rather sluggishly, and that was right after they signed second baseman Robinson Cano to a monster contract. However, the team found its way by midseason and made a late push for the playoffs, falling just short. Now that the kinks are ironed out, the Mariners are expecting to build upon last season. They will certainly have a strong team, but face arguably the best division in all of Major League Baseball with the Los Angeles Angels, Oakland A's and Texas Rangers also sporting solid rosters. It would not be surprising at all if three teams from the AL West made the playoffs this year.
10/4/12: The Seattle Mariners wrapped up the 2012 season this week by beating the Los Angeles Angels 12-0 at Safeco Field in Seattle. The win gave the Mariners a 75-87 record on the campaign which is an improvement on last season?s effort. The winning pitcher on Wednesday was Blake Beavan. Beavan ended the season with an 11-11 record and a 4.43 ERA. He is one of the guys that Seattle will rely on in the future as he had a really good second half of the season. In other news the Mariners announced that they would be moving in portions of the outfield fence in Safeco Field to give their hitters a more competitive chance.
9/27/12: For a while it seemed that Seattle Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez was a lock to pick up his second Cy Young award. He was red hot in July and August but the ace pitcher has cooled of down the stretch. Last night in Anaheim Hernandez took another loss as the Angels beat Seattle 4-3. Hernandez? record now stands at 13-8 and while still decent will not warrant the top prize for pitchers. The Mariners have to be encouraged by the end of the season first baseman Justin Smoak has been having. After struggling all year he is blasting the ball and has three homers in his last two games.
8/16/12: The Seattle Mariners have been having a forgettable season for the most part. They are nine games under .500 and buried in the playoff race. The season became a little more memorable Wednesday afternoon when Felix Hernandez threw a perfect game against the Tampa Bay Rays in Safeco Field. It was the 28th perfect game in Major League Baseball history and the first in Mariners franchise history. Hernandez mowed down all 27 Tampa Bay hitters and struck out 12 in the process. The ace hurler threw his arms into the air after the last out was recorded and was mobbed by his teammates.
7/26/12: The Seattle Mariners shocked their fan base this week when they traded outfielder Ichiro Suzuki to the New York Yankees in exchange for pitchers D.J. Mitchell and Danny Farquhar. Suzuki had seen his numbers decline and as he makes $18 million a year the fans were growing uneasy with him on the roster. It seemed that the club would not get rid of him however as he has called his own shots throughout his ten years in Seattle. It appears that is still the case as it was announced that he asked the Mariners to trade him to help the club and to give him a chance at winning a World Series Championship.
5/3/12: The Seattle Mariners are one of the youngest teams in Major League Baseball and it is showing with inconsistent play on the field. After sweeping the Detroit Tigers and winning four road games in a row they then went on to drop five in a row. That is what you can expect from this year's Mariners. Their lone bright spot continues to be ace pitcher Felix Hernandez who has now lowered his earned run average to 2.23 although with the Mariners offensive struggles he only finds himself with a 2-1 record on the year. That will probably be a continued theme this season.
4/26/12: The Seattle Mariners struggled over last weekend as they suffered through a mini losing streak of five games at home. To add insult to injury they had a perfect game thrown at them by Chicago's Phillip Humber. This is not promising for a team that was trying to prove they could score more runs this year. They redeemed themselves by beating out 16 runs in the first two games against Detroit as they start a ten game road trip this week. Their 9-1 victory on Wednesday was highlighted by another outstanding outing by ace Felix Hernandez who looks like he is as good as ever so far this season.
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It's been tough sledding for the Seattle Mariners in recent years, but the team looks to take big steps forward in the AL West in 2011. The Mariners are stockpiling young talent as they build for the future. A talented team of youngsters led by Felix Hernandez boasts one of the top defenses in professional baseball. Solid contributions from this inexperienced but eager group will be essential for the Mariners to move into contention.
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|Mar 28, 2015||San Francisco Giants vs Seattle Mariners|
|Mar 29, 2015||Seattle Mariners vs San Diego Padres|
|Mar 30, 2015||Los Angeles Angels vs Seattle Mariners|
|Mar 31, 2015||Seattle Mariners vs Cleveland Indians|
|Apr 1, 2015||Chicago White Sox vs Seattle Mariners|
|Apr 3, 2015||Colorado Rockies vs Seattle Mariners|
Seattle Mariners Past Games Schedule and Seattle Mariners Scores
|Mar 26, 2015||Seattle Mariners - Milwaukee Brewers Spring Training||1 - 15|
|Mar 26, 2015||Spring Training: Kansas City Royals - Seattle Mariners||3 - 0|
|Mar 25, 2015||Spring Training: Chicago Cubs - Seattle Mariners||2 - 3|
|Mar 24, 2015||Seattle Mariners - San Diego Padres||4 - 6|
|Mar 23, 2015||Spring Training: Seattle Mariners - Los Angeles Angels||0 - 5|
|Mar 22, 2015||Spring Training: Texas Rangers - Seattle Mariners||0 - 8|
|Mar 21, 2015||Spring Training: Seattle Mariners - Chicago Cubs||10 - 12|
|Mar 20, 2015||Los Angeles Dodgers - Texas Rangers||4 - 4|
|Mar 18, 2015||Spring Training: Oakland Athletics - Seattle Mariners||0 - 4|
|Mar 17, 2015||Spring Training: Seattle Mariners - Chicago White Sox||5 - 5|
|Mar 15, 2015||Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers - Seattle Mariners||5 - 2|
|Mar 14, 2015||Spring Training: San Francisco Giants - Arizona Diamondbacks||11 - 4|
|Mar 13, 2015||Spring Training: Milwaukee Brewers - Seattle Mariners||5 - 10|
|Mar 12, 2015||Spring Training: Seattle Mariners - Oakland Athletics||3 - 4|
|Mar 11, 2015||Spring Training: Colorado Rockies - Seattle Mariners||4 - 1|