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Mariners claim INF/RHP Kaleb Cowart off waivers from Angels

Cowart will come to Spring Training as a two-way player

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today from the MLB Winter Meetings that the club has claimed infielder/right-handed pitcher Kaleb Cowart off waivers from Los Angeles-AL.

Seattle's Major League 40-man roster is now at 36 players.

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today from the MLB Winter Meetings that the club has claimed infielder/right-handed pitcher Kaleb Cowart off waivers from Los Angeles-AL.

Seattle's Major League 40-man roster is now at 36 players.

Cowart, 26, appeared in 47 games over 4 stints (6/2-5, 6/8-19, 6/30-7/4, 7/31-end of the season) with the Los Angeles Angels in 2018. Overall the 6-foot-3, 225-pound switch-hitter hit .134 (15x112) with 7 runs scored, 7 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run, 10 RBIs, 10 walks and 1 stolen base. Cowart also appeared in 64 games with Triple-A Salt Lake, batting .287 (74x258) with 36 runs scored, 20 doubles, 3 triples, 6 home runs, 45 RBIs, 18 walks and 8 stolen bases.

Cowart was originally selected by the Angels in the 1st round (18th overall) in the 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of Cook High School in Adel, Ga. Over parts of 4 Major League seasons with the Angels, he hit .177 (61x345) with 41 runs scored, 18 doubles, 2 triples, 6 home runs, 33 RBI, 25 walks and 6 stolen bases.

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Travel packages available for Mariners-A's 2019 MLB season opening series in Japan

Packages include airfare, hotel, tickets to two games at the Tokyo Dome

A limited number of fan travel packages for the Seattle Mariners 2019 MLB Season Opening Series in Tokyo against the Oakland Athletics are now available.

The packages, which are offered by Asia Answers, a travel and tour company based in the Seattle area, are $2,999 per person, based on double occupancy.

Each package includes:
•   Roundtrip travel between Seattle and Tokyo;
•   Five nights' accommodations at the Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Ikebukuro;
•   Roundtrip ground transport between airport and hotel in Tokyo;
•   Daily breakfast;
•   Full day sightseeing in Tokyo, including lunch;
•   Welcome event and fan gift pack;
•   Tickets to Mariners vs. A's games at the Tokyo Dome on March 20 and March 21.

The tour departs Seattle on Saturday, March 16 and returns on Friday, March 22. Guests who book their tours by December 15 have the option of adding a free two-day stopover in Taipei that will depart Seattle on Thursday, March 14. 

Single-Game Tickets for Mariners vs. A's in Tokyo
For those fans interested in making their own travel arrangements, single-game tickets to the Japan Opening Series games in Tokyo, as well as two exhibition games against a Nippon Professional Baseball team (TBA) on March 17 and 18, will be available starting in January.
Mariners Season Ticket Holders will have access to a presale beginning Friday, January 25, 2019. Tickets will be available to the general public starting at 6:00 p.m., Friday, February 1. Information about price and location will be available at a later date.

For more information, or to book a package for the Japan Opening Series, log onto Mariners.com/Japan. 

A limited number of fan travel packages for the Seattle Mariners 2019 MLB Season Opening Series in Tokyo against the Oakland Athletics are now available.

The packages, which are offered by Asia Answers, a travel and tour company based in the Seattle area, are $2,999 per person, based on double occupancy.

Each package includes:
•   Roundtrip travel between Seattle and Tokyo;
•   Five nights' accommodations at the Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Ikebukuro;
•   Roundtrip ground transport between airport and hotel in Tokyo;
•   Daily breakfast;
•   Full day sightseeing in Tokyo, including lunch;
•   Welcome event and fan gift pack;
•   Tickets to Mariners vs. A's games at the Tokyo Dome on March 20 and March 21.

The tour departs Seattle on Saturday, March 16 and returns on Friday, March 22. Guests who book their tours by December 15 have the option of adding a free two-day stopover in Taipei that will depart Seattle on Thursday, March 14. 

Single-Game Tickets for Mariners vs. A's in Tokyo
For those fans interested in making their own travel arrangements, single-game tickets to the Japan Opening Series games in Tokyo, as well as two exhibition games against a Nippon Professional Baseball team (TBA) on March 17 and 18, will be available starting in January.
Mariners Season Ticket Holders will have access to a presale beginning Friday, January 25, 2019. Tickets will be available to the general public starting at 6:00 p.m., Friday, February 1. Information about price and location will be available at a later date.

For more information, or to book a package for the Japan Opening Series, log onto Mariners.com/Japan. 

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Mariners acquire 1B Carlos Santana and SS J.P. Crawford from Philadelphia

Seattle sends Jean Segura, Juan Nicasio and James Pazos to the Phillies

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the Mariners have acquired first baseman Carlos Santana and shortstop J.P. Crawford from the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for infielder Jean Segura, right-handed pitcher Juan Nicasio and left-handed pitcher James Pazos. 

"Carlos Santana has been among the most durable players in the Big Leagues over the last 8 years and has been a fixture in the middle of lineups during that time," Dipoto said. "He gets on base, he does damage at the plate and is quite an underrated 1st baseman. J.P. Crawford gives us a young shortstop, who is very athletic and fills up the tool box; he hits, he runs, he plays defense, he throws, he has power. For the last 4 years running, he's been among the top-20 prospects in baseball."

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the Mariners have acquired first baseman Carlos Santana and shortstop J.P. Crawford from the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for infielder Jean Segura, right-handed pitcher Juan Nicasio and left-handed pitcher James Pazos. 

"Carlos Santana has been among the most durable players in the Big Leagues over the last 8 years and has been a fixture in the middle of lineups during that time," Dipoto said. "He gets on base, he does damage at the plate and is quite an underrated 1st baseman. J.P. Crawford gives us a young shortstop, who is very athletic and fills up the tool box; he hits, he runs, he plays defense, he throws, he has power. For the last 4 years running, he's been among the top-20 prospects in baseball."

Santana, 32, appeared in 161 games with the Phillies in 2018, batting .229 (128x560) with 82 runs scored, 28 doubles, 2 triples, 24 home runs, 86 RBI, 110 walks and 2 stolen bases. The 5-foot-10, 210-pound, switch-hitter was 1 of 7 National League players to appear in at least 161 games last season, while also ranking 2nd in the league in walks and T14th in times on base (239). Santana is the only Major League player to record at least 18 home runs, 70 RBI and 85 walks in each of the 8 seasons (2011-2018). 

In 2017 with Cleveland, Santana was the Wilson Defensive Player of the Year at first base and a Rawlings® Gold Glove finalist at the position, committing only 5 errors in 1,155 total chances (.996 fielding percentage). Over the past 8 seasons (2011-18), Santana has appeared in the 3rd-most games (1,231) among all Major League players and ranks 2nd in walks (799) over that span, trailing only Joey Votto (879). He has finished in the top-5 in his respective league in walks in each of those 8 years. Prior to moving to the National League in 2018, Santana ranked among the top-10 American League players in on-base percentage in 2 of the last 6 seasons (2013 & 2016).

A native of the Dominican Republic, Santana was originally signed as an amateur free agent by the Los Angeles Dodgers in August of 2004 before being traded to the Indians in July of 2008. In 1,277 Major League games with the Indians (2010-17) and Phillies (2018), Santana has batted .247 (1123x4554) with 264 doubles, 198 home runs, 673 RBI, 836 walks and an .805 OPS. Santana represented the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic in both 2013 and 2017, combining to bat .292 (14x48) with 7 runs scored, 3 doubles, 2 home runs and 6 RBI in 14 games. 

Crawford, 23 (turns 24 on Jan. 11), entered the 2018 season as the top prospect in the Phillies minor league system as well as the No. 16 overall prospect in baseball, according to Baseball America. Crawford has been ranked among the Phillies top-3 prospects by Baseball America since making his pro debut in 2013 (No. 3) and has been the club's No. 1 prospect since 2014. The 6-foot-2, 199-pound shortstop appeared in 49 games with the Phillies in 2018, batting .214 (25x117) with 17 runs, 6 doubles, 3 triples, 3 home runs and 12 RBI. He was limited by two stints on the 10-day disabled list: April 29-June 6 (strained right elbow) and June 20-Aug. 10 (fractured left hand). Crawford appeared on rehab assignments with High-A Clearwater, AAA Lehigh Valley and GCL Phillies East. 

Crawford made his Major League debut with the Phillies on Sept. 5, 2017 at New York-NL after being selected from Lehigh Valley earlier that same day. From Sept. 16 through the end of the regular season, he led the National League with 14 walks. While with Lehigh Valley in 2017, he led the International League in walks (79) while also ranking T3rd in triples (6) and T4th in runs (75). Overall in 2017, he hit .243 (115x474) with 75 runs, 20 doubles, 6 triples, 15 home runs, 63 RBI, 79 walks and a .351 on-base percentage in 127 games with the IronPigs. 

Over 6 minor league seasons with the Phillies, Crawford is a career .267 (570x2135) hitter with 325 runs, 96 doubles, 18 triples, 42 home runs, 231 RBI, 327 walks and a .366 on-base percentage in 562 games. In 2014, he received the Paul Owens Award as the best player in the Phillies minor league system. He was originally selected by Philadelphia in the 1st round (16th overall) of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of Lakewood (CA) High School. 

Segura, 28, hit .304 (178x586) with 91 runs, 29 doubles, 3 triples, 10 home runs, 63 RBI and 20 stolen bases in 144 games with the Mariners in 2018. On Aug. 29 at San Diego, he recorded his 1,000th career hit. 

In parts of 7 Major League seasons with Los Angeles-AL (2012), Milwaukee (2012-15), Arizona (2016) and Seattle (2017-18), Segura is a career .287 (1020x3559) hitter with 484 runs, 154 doubles, 36 triples, 64 home runs, 316 RBI and 171 stolen bases in 901 games. The native of San Juan, Dominican Republic was originally signed by the Angels as an international free agent on Jan. 22, 2007. 

Nicasio, 32, appeared in 46 games with the Mariners in 2018, posting a record of 1-6 with 19 holds, 1 save and a 6.00 ERA (28 ER, 42.0 IP) with 53 strikeouts and 5 walks. He had two stints on the disabled list: June 7-18 (10-day DL) with right knee effusion and Aug. 3-end of season (60-day DL) with right knee inflammation.

Nicasio has appeared in parts of 8 Major League seasons with Colorado (2011-14), Los Angeles-NL (2015), Pittsburgh (2016-17), Philadelphia (2017), St. Louis (2017) and Seattle (2018) after originally signing with Colorado as a non-drafted free agent on Aug. 21, 2006. He has a career mark of 38-43 with 8 saves and a 4.64 ERA (346 ER, 671.2 IP) with 622 strikeouts and 237 walks in 315 career games (82 starts).

Pazos, 27, appeared in a career-high 60 games over two stints with Seattle in 2018 (Opening Day-8/18 and 9/1-end of season), going 4-1 with a 2.88 ERA (16 ER, 50.0 IP). The 6-foot-2, 235-pound, left-handed reliever limited opponents to a .249 (47x189) average, while walking 15 and striking out 45. Earlier in the season he equaled the club record for consecutive relief appearances without a walk, set by Charlie Furbush in 2014. Pazos did not issue a walk in 26 straight outings, April 7 - June 12, a span of 22.1 innings pitched. He also had a brief stint with Triple-A Tacoma, from Aug. 19-31, making 3 relief appearances, striking out 2 and walking 1 in 3.1 scoreless innings. 

Pazos was acquired by the Mariners from New York-AL in exchange for Zack Littell (rhp) on Nov. 18, 2016. The native of Gilbert, AZ, made his Major League debut with the Yankees in 2015. In parts of 4 Major League seasons with the Yankees (2015-16) and Mariners (2017-2018), he is 9-6 with 29 holds and a 3.54 ERA (44 ER, 112.0 IP) with 116 strikeouts and 43 walks in 137 career relief appearances. Pazos was originally selected by Tampa Bay in the 40th round of the 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft but did not sign. He was selected and signed by the Yankees out of the 13th round of the 2012 Draft out of the University of San Diego. 

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Mariners acquire OF Jay Bruce, RHP Anthony Swarzak, RHP Gerson Bautista, CF Jarred Kelenic and RHP Justin Dunn from New York-NL

Seattle sends Robinson Canó, Edwin Díaz and cash considerations to the Mets

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the Mariners have acquired outfielder Jay Bruce, right-handed pitcher Anthony Swarzak, right-handed pitcher Gerson Bautista, center fielder Jarred Kelenic and right-handed pitcher Justin Dunn from the New York Mets in exchange for infielder Robinson Canó, right-handed pitcher Edwin Díaz and cash considerations.  

"This trade bolsters our player development system with the additions of Jarred Kelenic and Justin Dunn, while also providing immediate impact to our Major League club in Jay Bruce, Anthony Swarzak and Gerson Bautista," Dipoto said. "We view Kelenic as a true 5-tool player with a very high ceiling. Dunn is another former 1st round draft pick, who we think has a bright future on our pitching staff. Bruce and Swarzak both bring proven production in the field and a veteran presence in our clubhouse. Bautista has demonstrated an impressive high-velocity pitch mix." 

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the Mariners have acquired outfielder Jay Bruce, right-handed pitcher Anthony Swarzak, right-handed pitcher Gerson Bautista, center fielder Jarred Kelenic and right-handed pitcher Justin Dunn from the New York Mets in exchange for infielder Robinson Canó, right-handed pitcher Edwin Díaz and cash considerations.  

"This trade bolsters our player development system with the additions of Jarred Kelenic and Justin Dunn, while also providing immediate impact to our Major League club in Jay Bruce, Anthony Swarzak and Gerson Bautista," Dipoto said. "We view Kelenic as a true 5-tool player with a very high ceiling. Dunn is another former 1st round draft pick, who we think has a bright future on our pitching staff. Bruce and Swarzak both bring proven production in the field and a veteran presence in our clubhouse. Bautista has demonstrated an impressive high-velocity pitch mix." 

Bruce, 31, appeared in 94 games with the Mets in 2018, batting .223 (71x319) with 31 runs, 18 doubles, 1 triple, 9 home runs and 37 RBI. In a season shortened by a 2-month stint on the disabled list with a sore right hip, the 6-foot-3, 227-pound outfielder posted a career-best 11.4 percent walk rate (41 BB, 361 PA). 

Bruce - a 3-time All-Star (2011-12, '16) and a 2-time Silver Slugger Award winner (2012-13) - is 1 of 9 players with at least 9 seasons of 20-plus homers since 2008. He is joined by Nelson Cruz (10), Edwin Encarnacion (9), Curtis Granderson (9), Evan Longoria (9), Brian McCann (9), David Ortiz (9), Albert Pujols (9) and Giancarlo Stanton (9).

The native of Beaumont, TX, has appeared in parts of 11 Major League seasons with Cincinnati (2008-16) New York-NL (2016-17, '18) and Cleveland (2017), combining to bat .247 (1365x5524) with 782 runs, 290 doubles, 286 home runs, 875 RBI, 569 walks, a .318 on-base percentage and a .466 slugging mark (.784 OPS) in 1,510 career games.  

Swarzak, 33, made 29 relief appearances with the Mets in 2018, going 0-2 with a 6.15 ERA (18 ER, 26.1 IP) with 31 strikeouts and 14 walks. He averaged 10.59 strikeouts-per-9.0-innings (31 K, 26.1 IP). The 6-foot-4, 215-pound right-hander had 2 stints on the disabled list last season: April 2 (retro to 4/1)-June 4 with a strained left oblique and Aug. 5 (retro to 8/4)-Sept. 8 with right shoulder inflammation. 

Swarzak split the 2017 season between the White Sox and Brewers, combining for a record of 6-4 with a 2.33 ERA (20 ER, 77.1 IP) with 91 strikeouts and 22 walks. His 91 strikeouts were 15th-most among Major League relievers in 2017. He averaged 10.59 strikeouts-per-9.0-innings (91 K, 77.1 IP) while posting a 1.03 WHIP (58 H, 22 BB, 77.1 IP). 

In parts of 9 Major League seasons with the Twins (2009, 2011-14), Indians (2015), Yankees (2016), White Sox (2017), Brewers (2017) and Mets (2018), Swarzak has compiled a career record of 23-32 with a 4.30 ERA (281 ER, 587.2 IP) with 433 strikeouts and 174 walks in 316 appearances (32 starts). The native of Fort Lauderdale, FL, was originally selected by Minnesota in the 2nd round (61st overall) out of Nova High School (Davie, FL). 

Bautista, 23, appeared in 3 stints with the Mets in 2018: April 17-21, May 28-June 2 and June 26-29. He was recalled from Double-A Binghamton on April 17 and made his Major League debut that night vs. Washington. Overall, he appeared in 5 games out of the bullpen with the Mets last season, allowing 6 runs in 4.1 innings of work (12.46 ERA), while striking out 3 and walking 5. The 6-foot-3, 195-pound right-hander spent most of the season with Triple-A Las Vegas, where he went 3-1 with a 5.22 ERA (23 ER, 39.2 IP) with 54 strikeouts and 18 walks in 31 games. He also made 6 appearances with Binghamton, going 1-0 with a 4.82 ERA (5 ER, 9.1 IP) with 15 strikeouts and 0 walks. 

The native of San Juan, Dominican Republic, was acquired by the Mets along with Jamie Callahan (rhp) and Stephen Nogosek (rhp) from the Red Sox in exchange for Addison Reed (rhp) on July 31, 2017. Bautista entered the 2017 season ranked as having the best fastball among Red Sox minor leaguers, according to Baseball America. In parts of 5 minor league seasons with the Red Sox (2014-16) and Mets (2017-18), Bautista has compiled a career record of 13-12 with a 3.12 ERA (89 ER, 257.0 IP) with 251 strikeouts and 110 walks in 122 games (23 starts). He was originally signed by Boston as a non-drafted free agent on April 1, 2013. 

Kelenic, 19, was ranked as the Mets No. 3 prospect by MLB.com and as the club's No. 4 prospect by Baseball America. He made his pro debut in 2018 after being selected 6th overall by the Mets in the 2018 MLB First-Year Player Draft. The 6-foot-1, 196-pound outfielder began his professional career with the Rookie GCL Mets, where he hit .413 (19x46) with 9 runs, 2 doubles, 2 triples, 1 home runs, 9 RBI, 4 walks, 4 stolen bases, a .451 on-base percentage and a .609 slugging mark (1.060 OPS) in 12 games. After being promoted to Rookie Kingsport, he hit .253 (44x174) with 33 runs, 8 doubles, 4 triples, 5 home runs, 33 RBI, 22 walks, 11 steals, a .350 on-base percentage and a .431 slugging mark (.781 OPS) in 44 games. 

The native of Waukesha, WI, was the 1st high school player taken in the 2018 MLB Draft. Prior to his senior year, he was named 1st-team Preseason All-America by Perfectgame.org and ranked 10th on MLB.com list of top 2018 draft prospects. He participated in both the Perfect Game All-America Classic and the Under Armour All-America Baseball Game in 2017. Kelenic played for Team USA 18U in 2016 and 2017, including when he was named MVP after leading Team USA to a gold medal in the 2016 Pan American Games. Kelenic elected not to play baseball at Waukesha West High School, and instead played for the Rawlings Hitters in the summer and the Chicago Scouts in the fall.

Dunn, 23, was ranked as the Mets No. 4 prospect by MLB.com and as the club's No. 5 prospect by Baseball America. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound right-hander split the 2018 season between High-A St. Lucie and AA Binghamton, combining for a record of 8-8 with a 3.59 ERA (54 ER, 135.1 IP) with 156 strikeouts and 52 walks in 24 starts. Dunn, a 1st round (19th overall) pick by the Mets in 2016, averaged 10.37 strikeouts-per-9.0-innings (156 K, 135.1 IP) last season while limiting opponents to 0.59 home-runs-per-9.0-innings (9 HR, 135.1 IP). 

In 3 minor leagues seasons in the Mets organization (2016-18), Dunn has compiled a record of 14-15 with a 3.87 ERA (112 ER, 260.2 IP) with 266 strikeouts and 110 walks in 55 games (48 starts). The native of Freeport, NY, was originally selected by Los Angeles-NL in the 37th round of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft but did not sign. After 3 seasons at Boston College, he was selected and signed by the Mets with the 19th overall pick in the 2016 MLB Draft. 

Canó, 36, hit .303 (94x310) with 44 runs, 22 doubles, 10 home runs and 50 RBI with the Mariners in 2018. He appeared in only 80 games last season - a career-low - after missing 80 games while on the MLB Restricted List for violation of the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. 

In 14 seasons with the Yankees (2005-13) and Mariners (2014-18), Canó is a career .304 (2470x8112) hitter with 1,188 runs, 534 doubles, 311 home runs and 1,233 RBI in 2,078 games.

Díaz, 24, went 0-4 with 57 saves and a 1.96 ERA (16 ER, 73.1 IP) in 73 relief appearances with the Mariners in 2018. He led the Major Leagues with 57 saves, which also tied for 2nd-most saves in single-season Major League history. The 6-foot-3, 194-pound right-hander struck out 124 while walking 17 last season. On Aug. 25 at Arizona, he recorded his 50th save of the season, becoming the 14th pitcher in Major League history (done 17x) to reach that milestone. 

In parts of 3 Major League seasons with the Mariners, the native of Naguabo, Puerto Rico compiled a record of 4-14 with 109 saves and a 2.64 ERA (56 ER, 191.0 IP) with 301 strikeouts and 64 walks in 188 relief appearances. Díaz made his Major League debut with the Mariners on June 6, 2016 vs. Cleveland. He was originally selected by the Mariners in 3rd round of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft. 

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2019 Mariners Kids Club registration opens

Free and MVP packages available for upcoming season

Pitchers and catchers don't report to Peoria, Arizona for two more months, but the Seattle Mariners youngest fans can get ready for the baseball season now by signing up for the 2019 Mariners Kids Club. Registration is available online at Mariners.com/KidsClub.

Free Kids Club
The Mariners Kids Club offers a free option that includes a members-only newsletter, official I.D. badge and lanyard, drawstring backpack and Jr. Mariners Wiffle® Ball.

MVP Kids Club
The MVP Kids Club is $25 (plus shipping & handling) and includes everything in the free package as well as a Mariners backpack, cap, Mini Moose Bobblehead, six $1 ticket vouchers, and a free autograph session with a Mariners player.

Registration for the 2019 Mariners Kids Club is available online (at Mariners.com/KidsClub), and at the ballpark next season on the Main Level in center field near the Children's Hospital Playfield and on the View Level near the Kids Corner outside Section 329. 

Pitchers and catchers don't report to Peoria, Arizona for two more months, but the Seattle Mariners youngest fans can get ready for the baseball season now by signing up for the 2019 Mariners Kids Club. Registration is available online at Mariners.com/KidsClub.

Free Kids Club
The Mariners Kids Club offers a free option that includes a members-only newsletter, official I.D. badge and lanyard, drawstring backpack and Jr. Mariners Wiffle® Ball.

MVP Kids Club
The MVP Kids Club is $25 (plus shipping & handling) and includes everything in the free package as well as a Mariners backpack, cap, Mini Moose Bobblehead, six $1 ticket vouchers, and a free autograph session with a Mariners player.

Registration for the 2019 Mariners Kids Club is available online (at Mariners.com/KidsClub), and at the ballpark next season on the Main Level in center field near the Children's Hospital Playfield and on the View Level near the Kids Corner outside Section 329. 

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Mariners tender contracts to 24 players on MLB roster

Seattle had 11 players already under contract for 2019 season

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto today announced that the Mariners have tendered 2019 contracts to 24 players on their Major League roster.

The Mariners Major League, 40-man, is currently at 35 players.

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto today announced that the Mariners have tendered 2019 contracts to 24 players on their Major League roster.

The Mariners Major League, 40-man, is currently at 35 players.

Major League clubs had to make contract offers ("tender") to every player on their 40-man roster who is not already signed for the 2019 season by Nov. 30 at 5:00 pm (PDT).

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Mariners acquire catcher Omar Narváez from Chicago-AL

Seattle sends Alex Colomé to the White Sox

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the Mariners have acquired catcher Omar Narváez from the Chicago White Sox in exchange for right-handed pitcher Alex Colomé. 

"Omar has quietly developed into one of the tougher outs among catchers in MLB, his contact and on-base skills are welcome additions to our lineup," Dipoto said. "The fact that he is also under club control through 2022 made him a great fit for our club."  

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the Mariners have acquired catcher Omar Narváez from the Chicago White Sox in exchange for right-handed pitcher Alex Colomé. 

"Omar has quietly developed into one of the tougher outs among catchers in MLB, his contact and on-base skills are welcome additions to our lineup," Dipoto said. "The fact that he is also under club control through 2022 made him a great fit for our club."  

Narváez, 26, set career-highs in nearly every offensive category with the White Sox in 2018, including runs scored (30), doubles (14), home runs (9) and RBI (30). Overall last season he hit .275 (77x280) with 30 runs scored, 14 doubles, 1 triple, 9 home runs, 30 RBI and 38 walks in 97 games. All 9 of his home runs were hit after June 15, which were 5th-most among American League catchers during that stretch. From June 1-July 31, Narváez, hit .379 (36x95) with 12 runs scored, 6 doubles, 1 triple, 4 home runs, 17 RBI and 7 walks. During this two-month stretch, Narváez led the Majors with a .379 average while also ranking 8th with a .422 on-base percentage (min. 100 PA). The 6-foot, 220-pound, left-handed hitting catcher, ranked T6th in the Majors, 4th in the American League, tossing out 24.1 percent of attempted basestealers (21 CS, 66 SB) last season. 

Narváez was originally signed by the Tampa Bay Rays as a non-drafted free agent on July 4, 2008. He appeared in 4 minor league seasons with the Rays before being acquired by the White Sox in the minor league portion of the Rule 5 Draft on December 12, 2013. He made his Major League debut with the White Sox on July 17, 2016 at the Los Angeles Angels, doubling off Jered Weaver in his first Major League at-bat. Over 3 seasons with the White Sox, Narváez hit .274 (174x634) with 66 runs scored, 28 doubles, 1 triple, 12 home runs, 54 RBI and 90 walks in 221 career games. 

Colomé, 29 (turns 30 on Dec. 31), appeared with both Seattle and Tampa Bay in 2018, combining for a record of 7-5 with 12 saves, 30 holds and a 3.04 ERA (23 ER, 68.0 IP) with 72 strikeouts and 21 walks in 70 relief appearances. The 6-foot-1, 220-pound right-hander limited left-handed batters to a .171 (19x111) average against, compared to a .274 (40x146) average vs. right-handed batters. He was acquired by the Mariners along with Denard Span (of) and cash considerations from the Rays in exchange for Andrew Moore (rhp) and Tommy Romero (rhp) on May 25, 2018. 

In 6 seasons with the Rays (2013-18) and Mariners (2018), Colomé has compiled a career record of 22-18 with 96 saves and a 3.12 ERA (118 ER, 340.2 IP), while striking out 314 and walking 109 in 243 appearances (19 starts). He made his Major League debut with Tampa Bay on May 30, 2013 at Miami. He was originally signed by the Rays as an international free agent on March 20, 2007.

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Mariners acquire left-handed pitcher Ricardo Sánchez from Atlanta

Seattle sends cash considerations to the Braves

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the club has acquired left-handed pitcher Ricardo Sánchez from the Atlanta Braves in exchange for cash considerations.

Seattle's Major League, 40-man, roster is now at 36 players. 

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the club has acquired left-handed pitcher Ricardo Sánchez from the Atlanta Braves in exchange for cash considerations.

Seattle's Major League, 40-man, roster is now at 36 players. 

Sánchez, 21, was limited to only 13 starts with Double-A Mississippi in 2018, going 2-5 with a 4.06 ERA (26 ER, 57.2 IP). He was designated for assignment by the Braves on Oct. 26. The 5-foot-11, 215-pound, left-handed starter limited opponents to a .286 (65x227) opponent batting average while walking 24 and striking out 44 in 57.2 innings. Sánchez was on the disabled list with a left shoulder strain, April 18-July 4, including making 3 combined rehab starts with Rookie Danville and Rookie GCL Braves. Entering the 2018 season, Sánchez was listed by Baseball America as the Braves No. 19 prospect and by MLB.com as the club's 27th-best prospect. 

Sánchez was originally signed as a non-drafted free agent by the Angels on July 2, 2013. He was acquired by Atlanta from Los Angeles-AL in exchange for right-handed pitcher Nate Hyatt and infielder Kyle Kubitza on January 8, 2015. In 5 minor league seasons combined between the Angles (2014) and Braves (2015-18) organizations, he is 17-35 with a 4.56 ERA (188 ER, 371.1 IP) in 84 games (79 starts). 

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Tim Laker named new Seattle Mariners hitting coach

Laker spent last two seasons as D-backs assistant hitting coach

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto and Mariners Manager Scott Servais announced today that the team has hired Tim Laker as the club's new Major League hitting coach.

"Tim brings a great combination of both swing mechanics and offensive approach that I believe our hitters will connect with," Servais said.

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto and Mariners Manager Scott Servais announced today that the team has hired Tim Laker as the club's new Major League hitting coach.

"Tim brings a great combination of both swing mechanics and offensive approach that I believe our hitters will connect with," Servais said.

Laker has spent the last two seasons on the Arizona Diamondbacks Major League coaching staff as the assistant hitting coach. Prior to joining the Diamondbacks, he spent 10 seasons as a Minor League coach in various roles with the Indians, Mariners and White Sox organizations.

The Simi Valley, CA, native spent the 2016 season as the hitting coach for AA Akron (Cleveland). From 2011-15, he served in multiple roles with Chicago-AL: hitting coach with AAA Charlotte (2011), Minor League hitting coordinator (2012-14) and Minor League hitting instructor (2015). In 2010, Laker managed AA West Tennessee (Seattle) to a 73-66 record and an appearance in the Southern League playoffs. He began his coaching career with Cleveland, spending the 2007 season as the manager of short-season A Mahoning Valley and spending the 2008-09 seasons as the Indians Minor League catching coordinator.

Laker was a catcher for parts of 11 Major League seasons with Montreal (1992-95), Baltimore (1997), Tampa Bay (1998, 2005), Pittsburgh (1998-99) and Cleveland (2001-04, '06). He was originally selected by the Expos in the 6th round of the 1988 MLB First-Year Player Draft.

Laker assumes the role of hitting coach after it was announced on October 30 that Edgar Martinez will take on a new role with the team in 2019 as the franchise's Organizational Hitting Advisor.

Here's a look at the full 2019 Seattle Mariners coaching staff:

Manager - Scott Servais (4th year as Manager, 17th year in coaching/player development in pro baseball)

Bench Coach - Manny Acta (2nd year as Bench Coach, 4th year on Seattle staff, 25th year as coach in pro baseball)

Hitting Coach - Tim Laker (1st year as Hitting Coach, 13th year as coach in pro baseball)

Pitching Coach - Paul Davis (1st year as Pitching Coach, 7th year as coach in pro baseball)

Third Base Coach - Chris Prieto (1st year as Third Base Coach, 6th year on Seattle staff, 9th year as coach in pro baseball)

First Base/Infield Coach - Perry Hill (1st year as First Base/Infield Coach, 27th year as coach in pro baseball)

Bullpen Coach - Jim Brower (1st year as Bullpen Coach, 2nd year on Seattle staff, 9th year as coach in pro baseball)

Major League Field Coordinator - Jared Sandberg (1st year as ML Field Coordinator, 12th year as coach in pro baseball)

"As we look to leverage every competitive advantage, I believe we have put together a staff that has a broad range of experiences that our players will connect with," Servais said.

In addition, Nasusel Cabrera will remain with the big league staff in his position as batting practice pitcher and Fleming Baez will return as bullpen catcher.

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Mariners promote Brian De Lunas to Director of Pitching Development & Strategies

Jim Brower named Bullpen Coach; Mariners also promote Cody Buckel to Pitching Strategist

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the club has promoted Brian De Lunas to Director of Pitching Development & Strategies, and promoted Cody Buckel to Pitching Strategist.

Jim Brower, who was the Mariners Assistant Coach in 2018, will shift to Bullpen Coach next season.

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the club has promoted Brian De Lunas to Director of Pitching Development & Strategies, and promoted Cody Buckel to Pitching Strategist.

Jim Brower, who was the Mariners Assistant Coach in 2018, will shift to Bullpen Coach next season.

De Lunas spent the 2018 season as the Mariners bullpen coach, while Buckel served as the club's organizational pitching coach last season.

"In his new role, Brian will spearhead our efforts to optimize pitching development and performance," Dipoto said. "He will work with pitchers, pitching coaches and analysts both in Seattle and throughout our Player Development system. Additionally, Brian will provide guidance in all areas of pitcher evaluation and acquisition. Cody will assist Brian in this area, with an emphasis on technology and maximizing pitch development at the Minor League levels."

De Lunas joined the Mariners prior to the 2018 season after serving as the Director of Pitching Development for CSE Baseball in St. Louis, MO. While with CSE, he worked with Major League, Minor League and collegiate pitchers of all levels, focusing on development and preparation, mindset and performance. Prior to CSE Talent, De Lunas was the Co-Founder and Program Director for Premier Pitching and Performance (P3). P3 incorporated the services of a physical therapist and a massage therapist, used a markerless 3D biomechanical system for analysis, as well as several technologies to offer one of the most comprehensive pitching programs in the country.

De Lunas has also served as a pitching coach at the high school level, the junior college level, the University of Missouri (2006-09) and in the Northwoods League. Pitchers he coached at the University of Missouri who went on to be drafted included Max Scherzer (1st round, 2006), Aaron Crow (1st round, 2008), Kyle Gibson (1st round, 2009), Nathan Culp (4th round, 2006), Rick Zagone (6th round, 2008), Nick Tepesch (14th round, 2010) and Tyler Clark (24th round, 2010). He also coached former Mariner David Phelps, as well as pitchers Chris Sale, Jake Ordorizzi and many others.

Buckel marked his 1st season in the Mariners organization in 2018 as the club's organizational pitching coach. He retired from playing professional baseball following the 2017 season, having spent parts of 8 Minor League seasons with the Rangers (2010-16) and Angels (2017). The native of Thousand Oaks, CA, was originally selected by Texas in the 2nd round of the 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of Royal High School (Simi Valley, CA).

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Mariners promote Brian De Lunas to Director of Pitching Development & Strategies; Jim Brower named Bullpen Coach

Mariners also promote Cody Buckel to Pitching Strategist

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced Wednesday that the club has promoted Brian De Lunas to Director of Pitching Development & Strategies, and promoted Cody Buckel to Pitching Strategist.

Jim Brower, who was the Mariners Assistant Coach in 2018, will shift to Bullpen Coach next season.

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced Wednesday that the club has promoted Brian De Lunas to Director of Pitching Development & Strategies, and promoted Cody Buckel to Pitching Strategist.

Jim Brower, who was the Mariners Assistant Coach in 2018, will shift to Bullpen Coach next season.

De Lunas spent the 2018 season as the Mariners bullpen coach, while Buckel served as the club's organizational pitching coach last season.

"In his new role, Brian will spearhead our efforts to optimize pitching development and performance," Dipoto said. "He will work with pitchers, pitching coaches and analysts both in Seattle and throughout our Player Development system. Additionally, Brian will provide guidance in all areas of pitcher evaluation and acquisition. Cody will assist Brian in this area, with an emphasis on technology and maximizing pitch development at the minor league levels."

De Lunas joined the Mariners prior to the 2018 season after serving as the Director of Pitching Development for CSE Baseball in St. Louis, MO. While with CSE, he worked with Major League, Minor League and collegiate pitchers of all levels, focusing on development and preparation, mindset and performance. Prior to CSE Talent, De Lunas was the Co-Founder and Program Director for Premier Pitching and Performance (P3). P3 incorporated the services of a physical therapist and a massage therapist, used a markerless 3D biomechanical system for analysis, as well as several technologies to offer one of the most comprehensive pitching programs in the country.

De Lunas has also served as a pitching coach at the high school level, the junior college level, the University of Missouri (2006-09) and in the Northwoods League. Pitchers he coached at the University of Missouri who went on to be drafted included Max Scherzer (1st round, 2006), Aaron Crow (1st round, 2008), Kyle Gibson (1st round, 2009), Nathan Culp (4th round, 2006), Rick Zagone (6th round, 2008), Nick Tepesch (14th round, 2010) and Tyler Clark (24th round, 2010). He also coached former Mariner David Phelps, as well as pitchers Chris Sale, Jake Ordorizzi and many others.

Buckel marked his 1st season in the Mariners organization in 2018 as the club's organizational pitching coach. He retired from playing professional baseball following the 2017 season, having spent parts of 8 minor league seasons with the Rangers (2010-16) and Angels (2017). The native of Thousand Oaks, CA, was originally selected by Texas in the 2nd round of the 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of Royal High School (Simi Valley, CA).

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Mariners name Jared Sandberg Major League Field Coordinator

Olympia native returns to Pacific Northwest

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto and Mariners Manager Scott Servais announced today that the team has hired Jared Sandberg as the club's new Major League Field Coordinator.

"Jared brings a lot of experience in building relationships with young players, having managed successful teams in Durham," Dipoto said. "He has a demonstrated track record of using a wide expanse of tools, from data analytics to sports psychology to traditional baseball education, and allowing each of those things to affect his decision-making. We think he is going to impact our staff in the ability to create order, deliver messages and convey plans, both among our staff and our players."

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto and Mariners Manager Scott Servais announced today that the team has hired Jared Sandberg as the club's new Major League Field Coordinator.

"Jared brings a lot of experience in building relationships with young players, having managed successful teams in Durham," Dipoto said. "He has a demonstrated track record of using a wide expanse of tools, from data analytics to sports psychology to traditional baseball education, and allowing each of those things to affect his decision-making. We think he is going to impact our staff in the ability to create order, deliver messages and convey plans, both among our staff and our players."

Sandberg has spent the last 11 seasons as a coach in the Rays organization, including the last 10 seasons as a manager. Sandberg, who was born and raised in Olympia, WA, has been the skipper of Triple-A Durham for the last 4 seasons. He led the Bulls to back-to-back International League titles in 2017 and 2018, highlighted by the Triple-A National Championship in 2017. In 10 seasons as a manager in the Rays minor league system, he led his clubs to 7 winning seasons and 3 league championships. He boasts a career mark of 612-522 (.540) as a minor league manager.

The product of Olympia's Capital High School was drafted by Tampa Bay in the 16th round of the 1996 MLB First-Year Player Draft and retired following a 12-year playing career as an infielder, including 3 Major League seasons with the Rays (2001-03). He spent a total of 9 seasons in the Rays organization and holds the Rays all-time minor league record with 113 home runs, 473 RBI and 417 runs.

After retiring from his playing career in 2007, Sandberg began his coaching career in 2008 as a coach with Short-Season-A Hudson Valley. He managed the Rays' rookie league affiliate Princeton in 2009 before spending 3 seasons as the skipper of Hudson Valley. He spent one-year stints as the manager of Single-A Bowling Green (2013) and Advanced-A Charlotte (2014) before joining Durham in 2015.

Sandberg resides in Olympia, WA, with his wife, Julie and their children: Evan and Clara. He is the nephew of Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg.

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Mariners add right-handed pitcher Erik Swanson to 40-man roster

Seattle's 40-man roster is now at 35 players

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the club has added right-handed pitcher Erik Swanson to the Mariners 40-man roster.

 

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that the club has added right-handed pitcher Erik Swanson to the Mariners 40-man roster.

 

With the addition of Swanson, Seattle's 40-man roster is now at 35 players.

 

Swanson, 25, was acquired by the Mariners from the Yankees in a 4-player trade yesterday. He split the 2018 season between Double-A Trenton and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, going 8-2 with a 2.58 ERA (33 ER, 115.0 IP) in 22 games, 20 starts. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound right-handed pitcher averaged 10.41 strikeouts per 9.0 innings (133 SO, 115.0 IP), while limiting opponents to a .204 (85x416) opponents' batting average. He allowed 3 runs or fewer in 17 of his 20 starts, including 7 straight starts allowing 1 run or fewer from April 10-May 15. During this 7-game stretch, he went 4-0 with a 0.46 ERA (2 ER, 39.0 IP) while walking 14 and striking out 49. Swanson spent two stints on the disabled list last season with a right groin strain, June 13-July 14 and Sept. 8-24. He also made 2 starts on a rehabilitation assignment with Short-Season-A Staten Island, July 5-12, going 0-0 with a 4.05 ERA (3 ER, 6.2 IP).

 

In 5 minor league seasons with Texas (2014-16) and New York-AL (2016-18), Swanson is 23-12 with 2 saves and a 3.35 ERA (133 ER, 357.0 IP) in 93 games, 59 starts. The native of Cincinnati, OH, was originally selected by the Rangers in the 8th round of the 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of Iowa Western Community College. He was acquired by the Yankees from the Rangers along with right-handed pitchers Dillon Tate and Nick Green in exchange for outfielder Carlos Beltran on Aug. 1, 2016.

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Perry Hill named new Seattle Mariners first base/infield coach

Chris Prieto will coach third base in 2019; Scott Brosius declines 2019 contract

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto and Mariners Manager Scott Servais announced today that the team has hired Perry Hill as the club's new First Base/Infield Coach. 

Chris Prieto, who was Mariners First Base Coach in 2018, will shift to Third Base Coach next season.

Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto and Mariners Manager Scott Servais announced today that the team has hired Perry Hill as the club's new First Base/Infield Coach. 

Chris Prieto, who was Mariners First Base Coach in 2018, will shift to Third Base Coach next season.

"Perry has long been considered among the finest coaches in MLB," Dipoto said. "Infield defense is his calling card, and he's achieved consistently excellent results wherever he's been. We're all looking forward to watching him work."

Hill has spent the last 6 years with the Miami Marlins as the club's Major League Infield and First Base Coach. In his pro career, he has coached Rawlings® Gold Glove winners at all four (1B, 2B, SS, 3B) infield positions.

"Perry is one of the most respected infield coaches in the game," Servais said. "I'm excited to add him to our coaching staff. He brings an impressive resume of having coached outstanding defensive seasons and Gold Glove winners."

Gold Glove winners with Hill as their coach include Dee Gordon (2B, Miami, 2015), Luis Castillo (2B, Florida, 2003-2005), Mike Lowell (3B, Florida, 2005), Derek Lee (1B, Florida, 2003) and Orlando Cabrera (SS, Montreal, 2001).

Hill has 23 years as a Major League coach, and has spent 32 years in pro ball, overall. The Marlins eight best fielding percentage seasons came while Hill was coaching, and he has led three different teams to league-best fielding percentage marks: Miami (.988 in 2018), Pittsburgh (.988 in 2009) and Detroit (.985 in 1997). In 2017, he was named Infield Coach of the Year by the MLB Network.

In addition to Miami, Hill has been a Major League coach with Texas (1992-94, 1995), Detroit (1997-99), Montreal (2000-2001) and Pittsburgh (2009). 

Hill spent 13 seasons in the Texas Rangers organization, including all or parts of four seasons in the big leagues, and six seasons as the Rangers Coordinator of Minor League Instruction.

Hill played six seasons of professional baseball, spending the 1976 season with Rio Grande of the Gulf States League, and the 1977-81 seasons in the Mexican Sonora League.

Hill was a three-year letter-winner in baseball at L.D. Bell High School in Hurst, TX. He spent two years at Paris (TX) Junior College, earning all-conference honors both years. He attended the University of Texas - Pan American (Edinburg, TX) for two years and was team captain in 1974. He was inducted into the Paris JC Hall of Fame in 2014, into the Hurst/Euless/Bedford, Texas (school district) Hall of Fame in February of 2002 and the Clarinda, Iowa Hall of Fame in November of 2002.

Jerry Dipoto also announced today that Mariners third base coach Scott Brosius has informed the team that he will not return in 2019. 

Brosius was invited to return in 2019, but declined.

Brosius spent the past two seasons on the Mariners Major League staff. He originally joined the big league club in 2017 as Assistant Coach after one season (2016) as the AAA Tacoma Rainiers hitting coach. 

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Tickets for Mariners 2019 Spring Training on sale Nov. 28

Season tickets and travel packages now available

Single-game tickets for Seattle Mariners 2019 Spring Training in Peoria, Arizona, go on sale on Wednesday, November 28.

Single-game tickets will be available online at Mariners.com/Tickets or by phone at 1-800-677-1227. The Peoria Sports Complex ticket office opens on January 26, 2019.

Single-game tickets for Seattle Mariners 2019 Spring Training in Peoria, Arizona, go on sale on Wednesday, November 28.

Single-game tickets will be available online at Mariners.com/Tickets or by phone at 1-800-677-1227. The Peoria Sports Complex ticket office opens on January 26, 2019.

The Mariners open Cactus League action at the Peoria Sports Complex against the Oakland Athletics on Friday, February 22. There are 12 home games in Peoria including matchups against the National League Central Champion Milwaukee Brewers, American League Central Champion Cleveland Indians, and San Francisco Giants. The complete Mariners 2019 Spring Training schedule is available at Mariners.com/Spring.

The Mariners leave Arizona on Thursday, March 14, for a pair of exhibition games against the Nippon Professional Baseball Yomiuri Giants on March 17 and 18, and the 2019 MLB Opening Series against the Athletics on March 20 and 21. All four games will take place at the Tokyo Dome. Information about tickets and travel packages will be released later.

While the Mariners are in Japan, a squad made up of players in Mariners Major League camp who are not part of the Japan travelling party, including top prospects, will remain in Arizona for a pair of games at the Peoria Sports Complex against the Cincinnati Reds on March 21 and the Los Angeles Angels on March 22.

Spring Training Season Tickets
In addition to single-game tickets, season tickets for the Mariners 2019 Spring Training games are available. Call 623-773-8720 or email ticketoffice@peoriaaz.gov for more information.

Spring Training Tours
Mariners 2019 Spring Training travel packages are available with a range of options including escorted Senior Tours. Packages offer choice of accommodations, rental car, exclusive postgame events, game tickets, parking at Peoria Sports Complex, and custom Mariners Spring Training merchandise. For more information log onto Mariners.com/Spring

2019 FanFest and Seattle Exhibition Games
The Mariners return from Japan directly to Seattle for FanFest, the weekend of March 23-24, and two exhibition games against the San Diego Padres on Monday and Tuesday, March 25 and 26. Tickets for FanFest and the exhibition games are now available at Mariners Team Stores, online at Mariners.com/Tickets and by phone at 1-888-SEA-HITS (732-4487). 

2019 Mariners Single-Game Tickets
Opening Day
in Seattle is Thursday, March 28, against the World Series Champion Boston Red Sox. Tickets for Opening Day and all Seattle Mariners 2019 home games are now available at Mariners.com/Tickets, by phone at 1-888-SEA-HITS (732-4487), and at Seattle Mariners Team Stores. 

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