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 Sports Complex.
Tickets are grouped in socially distanced assigned pods of 1, 2, 3 or 4 in reserved seats and groups of 2, 4, or 6 in assigned areas on the lawn in the outfield.
The first Mariners game of Spring Training is Sunday, February 28 vs. the San Diego Padres. Game time on 710 ESPN Seattle is 12:00 p.m. PST. And beginning March 2, following the off day on Monday, 710 ESPN will air a game each day for the next 26 consecutive days.
Also note, on Wednesday, March 3, the Mariners vs. Chicago Cubs game at Sloan Park will air live on ESPN TV beginning at 12:00 p.m. PST.
The full Spring Training schedule is available for download at Mariners.com/Spring.
Peoria Sports Complex Health & Safety Measures:
All fans in attendance at the Peoria Sports Complex must adhere to health and safety guidelines:
• Masks are required for all guests aged two and up. Masks must cover both the nose and mouth, and can only be removed briefly while actively eating or drinking in assigned seats;
• Practice social distancing at all times while at the Peoria Sports Complex and limit movement around the ballpark;
• Cashless transactions for food, beverages and merchandise to reduce touchpoints and opportunities for cross-contamination;
• No bags are allowed. This will speed entry through gates, limiting the amount of time spent in close proximity to others, and reduce opportunities for cross-contamination;
• Autographs are not permitted.
• Some games may be shortened from the typical nine innings to seven or five innings, upon mutual agreement of both managers.
More information about Peoria Sports Complex health and safety guidelines is available at PeoriaSportsComplex.com.
The Mariners open the 2021 regular season at T-Mobile Park against the Giants on Thursday, April 1 (7:10 p.m.). The Mariners are looking forward to safely welcoming fans back to T-Mobile Park as soon as permitted by local authorities. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.