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Seattle Mariners Postseason History
Seattle is no stranger to success in the postseason with many of their professional sports teams, and The Mariners are no exception to this rule. The Mariners have treated their fans to plenty of playoff excitement, including a rivalry with one of the most successful teams in the history of the sport, with some of the best players in league history donning the Mariners’ uniform throughout.
That rivalry, of course, is with the New York Yankees as the two teams battled it out in the playoffs on multiple occasions in the 1990s and early 2000s. The most notable of those times for Mariners fans was the 1995 Division Series, when a young Mariners team managed to get past a Yankees squad led by the likes of Don Mattingly that was expected to bring New York another championship.
Of course, the most iconic image from that postseason series was Ken Griffey Jr. rounding third base and scoring all the way from first on a double by Edgar Martinez in the deciding fifth game of the series. But that wasn’t Griffey’s only contribution to the series, as he clubbed five home runs in the five game series to propel the Mariners into the American League Championship Series. Seattle and the Yankees ended that series with a combined 22 home runs in five games, making it one for the ages.
The Mariners had more than Griffey in their arsenal during their run of postseason appearances in the 1990s and 2000s. Ace pitcher Randy Johnson suited up for the Mariners for several key games, as did star closer Kazuhiro Sasaki, making the M’s tough to score on from the beginning of the game until the end of the game.
Offensively, the Mariners had reinforcements for Griffey in the form of sluggers like Martinez and Jay Buhner. Later, after Griffey moved on, the team was able to rely on the services of Ichiro Suzuki to fill the void. While not a power hitter like Griffey, Ichiro was a prolific hitter, using his unorthodox batting stance to give the Yankees and all other opponents headaches. His postseason batting average of .386 came largely against the Yankees.
When Do Mariners Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Mariners playoff tickets go on sale right around the time that the team clinches a playoff berth, whenever that may be. This often takes place in September, given that the regular season is winding down during that month, but it can also happen earlier if the Mariners get out to a big enough lead over their opponents in the division and wild card races.
How Much Do Mariners Playoff Tickets Cost?
Pricing for Mariners playoff games can vary. Just like in the regular season, seats closer to the field tend to be more expensive than seats that are in the upper deck or farther away from the action. Also, the context of each playoff game matters. For example, tickets for Game Seven of the World Series will in many cases be more expensive than tickets to Game One of the Division Series.
On average, resell tickets for MLB playoff games cost $170.