Ceremonial First Pitches
• Friday, August 17 -- Angie Mentink, ROOT SPORTS anchor, cancer survivor.
• Monday, August 20 -- Members of the band Alice In Chains
• Monday, August 20 -- During a special pregame ceremony, the Mariners will pay tribute to four new members of the Washington State Sports Hall of Fame: heptathlete Kelly Blair LaBounty; Dan Dugdale, "The Father of Professional Baseball" in Washington; Albert Johnson, Kentucky Derby-winning jockey, trainer and track official; Louise Mazzuca, fastpitch softball pioneer.
Friday, August 17 vs. Dodgers (7:10pm)
Fireworks Night -- Get the weekend started with a bang as T-Mobile presents the fourth of five postgame fireworks shows at Safeco Field. The pyrotechnics have been set to the soundtrack of songs that will have everyone singing along.
Premera Steals for the Cure Night -- Join the Mariners and Premera Blue Cross to help find a cure for breast cancer. During the 2018 season, Premera is donating $500 for every base a Mariners player steals to Susan G. Komen of Puget Sound. Specially priced tickets for the game come with a pink Mariners cap. The cost is $32 for View Level and $50 for Main Level with a portion of the proceeds from each ticket benefitting Komen of Puget Sound. Deadline to purchase tickets through this special online only offer is 5:00 p.m., Thursday, August 16, only at Mariners.com/StealsForACure.
Seattle University Night -- Seattle University alumni, faculty and staff are invited to a night at Safeco Field. Specially priced tickets come with a T-shirt, and a portion of the proceeds from each ticket sold through the offer benefits Seattle University Alumni. Tickets are $34 for View Level and $57 for Main Level. Deadline to purchase tickets through the special online only offer is 5:00 p.m., Friday, August 17 at Mariners.com/SeattleU.
Salute to Those Who Serve -- The Mariners and Holland America Line pay tribute to the Lore family for their services to our nation through the U.S. Military. The presentation will be prior to the fireworks show.
Favorite Things Auctions -- Mariners Wives have assembled various items their husbands love and are auctioning them off to benefit Mariners Care, the team's nonprofit foundation. The items include a treasure trove of autographed items, some game used, as well as gift cards, music, movies, hobbies and favorite snacks and beverages. Items will be on display near Section 128 on the Main Level and available for bid through the sixth inning.
Deal of the Day -- 22oz sodas for $2 (regularly $5.75) at all concessions stands. Offer is good from the time the gates open until the end of the game. Limit of two items per person per transaction.
Saturday, August 18 vs. Dodgers (7:10pm)
Mariners T-Shirt Night -- The first 15,000 fans through the gates will receive a teal green Mariners T-shirt, courtesy of SATO.
Mariners Care Silent Auction -- Fans can bid on memorabilia from Mariners players and Pearl Jam during a special Mariners Care Silent Auction. Items will be on display at Section 128 of the Main Level. Bidding will close at the end of the 6th inning. All proceeds will benefit the band's Vitalogy Foundation's homelessness relief efforts.
Deal of the Day -- Bags of peanuts are $2 at all concessions stands (a $6 value). Offer is good from the time the gates open until the end of the game. Limit of two items per person per transaction.
Sunday, August 19 vs. Dodgers (1:10 pm)
African American Heritage Day -- The Mariners pay tribute to a group of notables who have made a significant contribution to our community. The honorees are Rev. Dr. Leslie Braxton, Juanita Grant, Racquel Russell, Karen Wilkins-Mickey and Michael Morgan. Specially priced tickets are available through an online only offer. Each ticket comes with a #42 cap in tribute to Jackie Robinson, and a portion of the proceeds of each ticket sold through the special offer will benefit New Beginnings Christian Fellowship. Tickets are $29 for View Level and $39 for Main Level and are available only at Mariners.com/AAHD. Deadline to purchase through the special online only offer is 5:00 p.m., Friday, August 17.
Amulet Day -- Join the Seattle Mariners and author/illustrator Kazu Kibuishi for a special day at the ballpark. Tickets are $25 for View Level seats and come with a limited edition Mariners Amulet T-shirt designed by Kazu Kibuishi and a pregame meet and greet with the author of the popular graphic novel series about the adventures of a young girl who discovers a magical amulet. Tickets are available online only at Mariners.com/Amulet. Deadline to purchase through this special offer is 5:00 p.m., Friday, August 17.
National Parks Day -- Join the National Park Service and the Seattle Mariners in kicking off the celebration for National Park Service Founder's Day, which is commemorated each year on August 25. Enjoy discounted seating to watch the Mariners take on the Dodgers. Tickets are available online only at Mariners.com/NationalParks. The price is $24 for View Level and $34 for Main Level. The deadline to purchase tickets for this online only offer is 5:00 p.m., Friday, Agust 17.
Salute to Those Who Serve -- The Mariners and Holland America Line pay tribute to the men and women who serve our nation in the U.S. Military. Midway through the 4th inning, Lt. Col. Kimberly Ford, U.S. Air Force Reserve, will be introduced.
Kids Run Around the Bases -- All kids, 14 and younger, are invited to stick around after the game to run around the bases, courtesy of KeyBank.
Deal of the Day -- Cracker Jack (regularly $6) is available at all concessions stands for $2. Offer is good from the time the gates open until the end of the game. Limit of two items per person per transaction.
Monday, August 20 vs. Astros (7:10pm)
Washington State Sports Hall of Fame -- The Mariners will pay tribute to four pioneers in sports, all inductees to the Washington State Sports Hall of Fame. The honorees are Dan Dugdale, who owned several professional baseball teams in the Northwest and built Dugdale Park in 1907, the West Coast's first double-decker ballpark; Kelly Blair LaBounty, a Prosser High graduate who was called "the best schoolgirl athlete ever in the state." A three-sport athlete, LaBounty was a national champion heptathlete and two-time track & field Olympian (1996, 2000); Albert Johnson was one of the nation's premier jockeys of the 1920s whose mounts twice won the Kentucky Derby and went on to a career as a trainer and track official; Louise Mazzuca, a pioneer in fastpitch softball in the pre-Title IX era, threw 35 career no-hitters and nine perfect games.
Alice In Chains Night -- Seattle natives Alice In Chains, known for hits like "Man in a Box,' and "Them Bones," celebrate the release of their new record, Rainer Fog, with a special event at the ballpark. Specially priced tickets are available for $45 and come with an Alice In Chains Mariners T-shirt, a pregame listening party and a Rainier Fog CD. Tickets are available online only at Mariners.com/AliceInChains. Deadline to purchase through the online only offer is noon, Monday, August 20.
Game of Thrones -- Join fellow fans in celebrating Game of Thrones® Night. Receive a Game of Thrones® Night bobblehead and get the chance to sit on the Iron Throne when you purchase through this special online only offer. Tickets are $35 for View Level and $49 for Main Level. Deadline to purchase through this special offer is noon, Monday, August 20, only at Mariners.com/GameOfThrones.
Korean Heritage Night -- Join the Mariners for Korean Heritage Night. Tickets purchased through a special online only offer are $18 for View Level and $32 for Main Level. The deadline for this online only offer is5:00 p.m., Friday, August 17, at Mariners.com/Korea.
Mariners Value Game, Presented by BECU -- Fans can purchase select View Level and Bleacher seats for $15 or select Main and Club Level seats for $30. Log onto Mariners.com/Specials for more information.
Deal of the Day -- SODO Dogs are $3 (a $6 value) are available at Rolling Roof Refreshment stands at Sections 109, 118, 126, 141, 190, 222, 244, 319, 329 & 347.Offer is good from the time the gates open until the end of the game. Limit of two items per person per transaction.
Tuesday, August 21 vs. Astros (7:10pm)
Page Ahead Book Drive -- The Mariners are joining with PACAAR and Page Ahead to promote child literacy. Bring a new children's book to the ballpark, or donate cash to the effort. In 2017, thanks to fans, over 850 books were collected.
Second Annual Women In Baseball -- The Mariners salute the contributions of women to the game of baseball. A pregame panel discussion features Angie Mentink, ROOT SPORTS anchor, Amanda Hopkins, Mariners scout, Leslie Manning, Mariners Coordinator of Special Development. Tickets are $27 for View Level and $41 for Main Level and are available only at Mariners.com/WomenInBaseball.
Salute to Native American Night -- The first 10,000 fans 21 and older will receive a Mariners cap courtesy of EQC. Specially priced tickets are $20 for View Level and $36 for Main Level. Deadline for this online only offer is 5:00 p.m., Monday, August 20, only at Mariners.com/NativeAmerican.
Peanut Controlled Seating Section -- A special seating section is designated where fans with peanut allergies can enjoy the game with a reduced risk of exposure to allergens. Tickets are $13 and are available online only at Mariners.com/NoPeanuts. Deadline to purchase through the special online only offer is 5:00 p.m., Monday, August 20.
Season Ticketholder Early Gate -- Gates open early, exclusively for Mariners season ticket holders. Right Field Gate at 4:10 p.m.
Deal of the Day -- Pizza by the slice, normally $8, is $4 at all High Cheese Pizza stands at Sections 109, 132, 141, 241, 312 & 329. Offer is good from the time the gates open until the end of the game. Limit of two items per person per transaction.
Wednesday, August 22 vs. Astros (1:10pm)
National Anthem -- Chad Kimball, Seattle native, Roosevelt High grad and 2010 Tony Award nominee for Memphis, currently performing on Broadway in the musical Come From Away.
Deal of the Day -- Red Rope licorice is $1 at all concessions stands (a $3 value). Offer is good from the time the gates open until the end of the game. Limit of two items per person per transaction.
Looking Ahead -- The Mariners return to Safeco Field on Monday, September 3, for an eight-game homestand against the Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees and San Diego Padres. Highlights include Bark at the Park, Flannel Night, Salute to Latin American Beisbol, and Salute to Kids Day. For more information about upcoming Mariners special events log onto Mariners.com/Tickets.
Ceremonial First Pitches