Mariners open vaccination-only sections, offers rewards to fully vaccinated fans attending games at T-Mobile Park
Special sections on sale today for games May 13-June 2; All fully vaccinated fans will be eligible for rewards at games May 13-19
Fully vaccinated fans attending games at T-Mobile Park will be able to purchase tickets in vaccine-only seating sections, priced as low as $10, and receive special rewards exclusive to those fans with proof of full vaccination.
The program is part of an on-going effort by the Seattle Mariners to encourage
Seattle Mariners announce three new community impact grants advancing racial equity
Recipient organizations are working to improve physical and mental health support for youth and accelerate equitable outcomes for BIPOC communities
The Mariners Care Foundation, the Seattle Mariners nonprofit foundation, today announced the awarding of three new Community Impact Grants to organizations focused on systemic change leading to positive physical and mental health improvements for youth and to accelerate equitable outcomes for Black, Indigenous and People of Color communities.
Mariners welcome Lysol to the Emerald City
Seattle Mariners and Reckitt, the makers of Lysol, partner to enhance T-Mobile Park’s disinfection protocols
SEATTLE, WA and PARSIPPANY, NJ (April 22, 2021) – As baseball returns to the Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Mariners and Reckitt, the makers of Lysol, are excited to announce their new partnership. Enhanced disinfection protocols will be introduced at T-Mobile Park for the 2021 season and beyond. Today’s announcement follows
Seattle Mariners receive MLB’s 2020 Green Glove Award
Mariners recycled 98% of waste generated at T-Mobile Park last year
Major League Baseball has named the Seattle Mariners and San Francisco Giants recipients of the 2020 Green Glove Award, which recognizes the MLB Club with the highest diversion rate (amount of waste diverted from landfill for recycling). During the 2020 season, the Mariners recycling rate was 98%, meaning almost all
Mariners honor Jackie Robinson’s legacy as baseball pioneer and civil rights icon
Mariners players to wear #42 on April 15 & 16
The Seattle Mariners join Major League Baseball in commemorating the life and legacy of Jackie Robinson during this week’s annual tribute to his life, values and accomplishments both on and off the field.
Mariners players and on field staff wore Robinson’s #42 on their uniforms during the first game of
Mariners offer additional games for sale
Capacity at T-Mobile Park still 9,000 fans
The Seattle Mariners are offering tickets to 20 additional games. Capacity for T-Mobile Park will remain at 9,000 until further notice.
- Tickets will be available for 20 additional games from April 30 - June 2;
- Tickets will be offered first to Mariners Season Ticket members beginning
Mariners focus on health & safety measures to keep fans safe at T-Mobile Park
Safety Ambassadors, expert medical advisors, reduced touchpoints and latest technology among best practices to provide safe fan experience at ballpark
The Seattle Mariners have been preparing for the return of fans to T-Mobile Park for the last several months. Guided by public health and medical experts, a series of protocols have been developed to provide fans with a safe experience at the ballpark. Strategies include the use of the latest
Mariners & Centerplate team up to offer fans safe concessions experience at T-Mobile Park
Measures include health & safety protocols, cashless transactions, packaged menu items; Salt & Straw joins T-Mobile Park menu lineup this season
The Seattle Mariners and hospitality partner Centerplate are introducing a comprehensive, systematic approach to safely serve fans the high quality, local flavors they’ve come to expect at T-Mobile Park.
“The health and safety of the fans and our employees is our top priority. Together with the Mariners and our global
New contactless protocols to speed entry to T-Mobile Park to keep fans safe
Streamlined security checks and self-scanning digital tickets among modifications for 2021 Seattle Mariners season; instructional video to help fans navigate the changes
The Seattle Mariners have updated and improved protocols to help fans get into T-Mobile Park quicker and easier on game days and minimize fan-to-staff cross-contamination points.
Fans can watch a short video at Mariners.com/Safety to help navigate the changes which are designed to provide a safe game day experience during
Seattle Mariners 2021 Opening Night
“Celebrating our Community’s Return” Presented by T-Mobile
The Seattle Mariners open the 2021 season on Thursday, April 1, against the San Francisco Giants at T-Mobile Park, presented by T-Mobile. The theme of the Opening Night festivities is Celebrating our Community’s Return, featuring tributes to health care heroes who have been on the front lines of the COVID-19
Mariners 2021 Opening Night sold out
Tickets are available for remaining 10 games of the first two homestands
The limited inventory of 9,000 tickets available for the Seattle Mariners Opening Night game on April 1 is sold out.
Tickets are still available for the remaining 10 games in the first two homestands, including:
- San Francisco Giants -- April 2-3;
- Chicago White Sox-- April 5-7;
Mariners receive approval for 9,000 fans at T-Mobile Park beginning with Opening Night April 1
Limited capacity, social distancing, masks, enhanced cleaning & sanitation among protocols for safe return of fans to the ballpark
The Seattle Mariners today announced the team has received approval from the State of Washington and King County to host up to 9,000 fans per game at T-Mobile Park beginning with Opening Night on Thursday, April 1.
“We have been working closely with state and local officials the past several
Seattle Mariners announce first of series of Community Impact Grants
Seattle Foundation Fund for Inclusive Recovery to receive $100,000 grant; Community Impact Grants to total $1 million to organizations that promote racial justice and equity
The Seattle Mariners today announced the first of a series of Community Impact Grants to promote racial justice and economic equity across the state of Washington.
The $1 million Community Impact Grant program was announced by the Mariners last July as part of a broader commitment to invest in programs,
Mariners partner with Seattle University to help improve diversity in sports and entertainment
Mariners to provide fellowship opportunities for MBA candidates from diverse backgrounds
The Seattle Mariners have joined as founding partners with the Seattle Kraken to support a new program at Seattle University’s Albers School of Business and Economics to diversify leadership in sports and entertainment.
Each year, the Mariners will offer several fellowship and job opportunities for candidates enrolled in the university’s
Mariners name veteran executive to senior vice president of information technology
Kari Escobedo has held leadership roles at Bartell Drugs, T-Mobile, Kaiser Permanente and Starbucks
The Seattle Mariners today announced that Kari Escobedo, who has over 20-years of experience in leadership roles in technology, healthcare, telecommunications and retail, is the team’s new Senior Vice President of Information Technology.
Escobedo comes to the Mariners from Bartell Drugs, where she was Senior Vice President and Chief Information
Mariners 2021 Spring Training games virtually sold out
First game is Sunday, February 28 vs. Padres at 12:10pm PST
The limited number of tickets for Seattle Mariners 2021 Spring Training games are virtually sold out.
Fans are encouraged to check Mariners.com/Spring as any returned tickets are quickly made available for sale.
Due to COVID-19 health and safety restrictions only 1,960 tickets were available for each game at the Peoria
Mariners Spring Training tickets update
Down to limited inventory for many games; First game is Sunday, February 28 vs. Padres at 12:10pm PST
Tickets for Seattle Mariners 2021 Spring Training games went on sale this morning and already there is limited inventory remaining available for many games.
Fans are encouraged to check Mariners.com/Spring frequently as any returned tickets are quickly made available for sale.
Due to COVID-19 health and safety restrictions only 1,960
Saturday is Mariners Virtual Baseball Bash kids day
Fun activities on tap for the Mariners youngest fans
The Seattle Mariners Virtual Baseball Bash concludes on Saturday, January 30, with a fun day of activities for kids.
Kids Day, Saturday, January 30
• 9-9:30am, Mariners YouTube – All kids are invited to join the Mariner Moose for a light workout.
• 11-11:30am, Mariners YouTube – Kids press conference
Mariners name Michael Huie assistant groundskeeper
Huie had served as Tacoma Rainiers Head Groundskeeper for past 5 years
The Seattle Mariners today announced that Michael Huie, who has served the last five years as head groundskeeper for the Tacoma Rainiers, has been named Assistant Groundskeeper.
Prior to being named head groundskeeper for the Rainiers in 2015, Huie was briefly a member of the Mariners seasonal grounds crew at
Kyle Lewis: Writing My Own Story documentary to air on ROOT SPORTS
Program will air on Tuesday, January 26 at 9:00pm
The Seattle Mariners-produced documentary about outfielder Kyle Lewis’s journey from first-round draft pick through a devastating knee injury to become 2020 American League Rookie of the Year will air on Tuesday, January 26 at 9:00pm on ROOT SPORTS.
Kyle Lewis: Writing My Own Story features insightful interviews with Lewis, his
Seattle Mariners Virtual Baseball Bash
60 Mariners. 60 Events. One Ultimate Virtual Baseball Party.
The Seattle Mariners are giving fans unprecedented insider access to players and Front Office executives with a Virtual Baseball Bash, a series of online events and activities across all team digital platforms: Mariners.com, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, and even Twitch, the livestream platform for gaming.
Fans will have the
MLB Network to air Kyle Lewis: "Writing My Story" documentary this Saturday, January 16, at 1:00 p.m. PT
Hour-long special to be hosted by Former Seattle Mariners All-Star and MLB Network Analyst Harold Reynolds and include additional content about Lewis’s Rookie of the Year season
MLB Network will air Kyle Lewis: Writing My Own Story, a documentary about the Seattle Mariners outfielder’s journey from first-round draft pick through a devastating knee injury to become American League Rookie of the Year. The half-hour documentary will air on the MLB Network on Saturday, January 16, at 1:00