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Seattle Mariners Baseball Tickets

Seattle loves its baseball so much that it sued for a team in the 1970s. That’s one way of getting and keeping a major league baseball team, and the Seattle Mariners have called the Pacific Northwest home since the first pitch was thrown out in 1977 at the Kingdome. The starting point for such luminaries as Ken Griffey Jr., Edgar Martinez and Ichiro Suzuki over the years, the Mariners still pack fans in at the stadium even as the team weathers stormy seasons. If you want to help root for the home team, purchase your Seattle Mariners tickets today and make your way to Safeco Field.

Team beginnings
Seattle has seen its fair share of baseball dramatics. The city’s previous professional baseball team, the Seattle Pilots, only played one season, in 1969, before future Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig bought the team and relocated them to his Milwaukee hometown. With the move, the new team would be renamed the Milwaukee Brewers and Seattle would be without an MLB team for nearly a decade until the city, King County and Washington state settled their breach of contract lawsuit against the American League for allowing the Pilots to move.

The league capitulated and on April 6, 1977, the city’s brand new team played their first game at the Kingdome. 

Setting records
While the team got a shaky start, 1989-1997 proved to be good years for the Mariners beginning with Ken Griffey Jr.’s first ever major league ball game both as a player and as a Mariner. At just age 19, the center fielder hit a home run off his first pitch, the first of 630 career home runs - the sixth most in MLB history. The baseball great also led the entire American League in home runs four times, appeared in 13 All-Star games and won 10 Gold Glove awards. However, one of the most memorable records set by the Mariners was having both Griffey Jr. and his father, Ken Griffey Sr., on the same roster. The two became the first ever father-son duo to play pro baseball together for the same team. 

New field
The Mariners said goodbye to the aging Kingdome and hello to the state-of-the-art Safeco Field along with 47,000 cheering fans in July 1999. The premier stadium is considered one of the best in the MLB because of its real grass and retractable roof. The roof is a major boon for baseball fans wanting to see a day game in the open air and also for fans who’d like to watch a game without having to experience all the rain Seattle is known for. 

If you see a moose on the diamond, don’t be alarmed. Mariner Moose has been the team’s comic relief since 1990 when children across the Pacific Northwest selected the antlered animal as the team’s official mascot. The mammal, though, might have settled down after two decades of hijinks that included being dragged behind an all-terrain vehicle while wearing a pair of in-line skates.