All Hail the King
As the season progresses, Felix Hernandez just seems to be getting better. In his last 14 starts, he has gone 9-0 with a 1.40 ERA. His complete game shutout of the Twins on Monday made him the first Mariners pitcher in franchise history to throw five shutouts in a season, and there's an entire month still to play. Oh, and did we mention the perfect game he threw on August 15th? Ah yes, it's good to be King. #FelixFacts
The Mariners are not only riding an eight-game winning streak at home, they've gone 15-1 in their past 16 games at Safeco Field, something no other team in franchise history has done before. They'll look to keep the momentum going when the Angels, Red Sox and Athletics come to town as part of a nine-game homestand.
The Diamond Club experience includes VIP Parking, seats in the first 8 rows behind home plate, a gourmet buffet, open bar and in-seat service.
The All Star Club offers a great view from the Holland America Line Suite Deck, VIP Parking, an all-inclusive buffet and private cash bar.
Season Ticket Exchange Policy:
Season Tickets for a future game may be exchanged at the Safeco Field Box Office for the best available seats. These tickets can be exchanged at least 24 hours in advance of the game you are exchanging. All seating exchanges are subject to availability and at prices established for single game ticket purchase. The season ticket discount, special promotions and/or coupon offers do not apply. There will be no exchanges into a lower ticket price on the day of the game or exchanges for unused tickets to past games.
The Seattle Mariners and Safeco Field concessions partner Centerplate are hosting a special salmon bake by James Beard Award winner and noted Seattle chef and restaurateur Tom Douglas at Lookout Landing on Tuesday, September 4, when the Mariners take on the Boston Red Sox. Game time is 7:10pm. Read More »
September brings a bit of the excitement that was once a mainstay of late season happenings at Safeco Field. With .500 within striking distance, the month is certainly shaping up to be a fun one with seven series in our division.
The month begins with a visit from former Mariners outfielder Tom Paciorek, AKA Wimpy. Paciorek, who had one of the finest years of his 18-year Major League career as a member of the 1981 Mariners, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch on Sept. 1, part of the season-long celebration of the club's 35th Anniversary.
On Sept. 5, the Mariners will be the first sports team to giveaway compostable peanut bags to fans, part of our ongoing commitment to sustainability.
Speaking of which, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig will be in town on Sept. 6, to receive a special leadership award from the Green Sports Alliance during their Second Annual Summit. Selig will be honored during the Night at the Ballpark here at Safeco Field.
Front office staff will get the chance to meet the Commissioner during a reception that afternoon starting at 4pm in the Ellis Pavilion. Get your questions ready for the Commish. Light refreshments will be served.
Sept. 8 brings another blast from our past as Diego Segui, who threw the first pitch in Mariners history on Opening Night in 1977, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. The game is also our annual Salute to Latin American Beisbol.
Fan Appreciation Night, Friday, Sept. 21, is our annual tribute to the best fans in baseball with random drawings for prizes throughout the game.
Vince Coleman, who was a spark of the 1995 Refuse to Lose effort, rounds out our 35th Anniversary celebration with the ceremonial first pitch before the game on Saturday, Sept. 22. The start time for that game is still up in the air. FOX has up until 10 before the game to decide whether to select the game for its broadcast package. If it's picked, the game will be at 1:10pm. If not, then 6:10pm. Stay tuned.
The final promotion of the season is Sunday, Sept. 23 with the annual Kids Appreciation Day, presented by Ivar's/Kid Valley.
Also of note, our games will be bumped from 710 ESPN a few nights this month due to conflicts with Seahawks games. On Sept. 9, 16, and 30, we'll be on 770 KTTH.
Please note SR 520 will be closed starting 11 p.m., Friday, Sept. 21 to 5 a.m., Monday, Sept. 24. During this time, both directions of the SR 520 floating bridge and highway and all ramps between Montlake Boulevard and I-405 will be closed. Please allow extra travel time to Safeco Field for that weekends games verses the Texas Rangers.