Ceremonial First Pitches:Wednesday, May 17 is the Mariners 20th Annual Education Day - Mariners players, coaches and manager Scott Servais will visit Seattle area elementary schools to present Mariner Moose DREAM Team assemblies for students.
Monday, May 15 vs. Oakland A's (7:10pm)Ceremonial First Pitch - Vanessa Walsh, Mariners 2017 Honorary
Ceremonial First Pitches:
Wednesday, May 17 is the Mariners 20th Annual Education Day - Mariners players, coaches and manager Scott Servais will visit Seattle area elementary schools to present Mariner Moose DREAM Team assemblies for students.
Monday, May 15 vs. Oakland A's (7:10pm)
Ceremonial First Pitch - Vanessa Walsh, Mariners 2017 Honorary Bat Girl. Walsh is a mother of three from Federal Way who is battling Stage 4 Triple Negative Breast Cancer.
BECU Half-Price Night. Special prices are available with advanced purchase only (not offered on the day of the game) and start as low as $13 per ticket. Guests can also enjoy Happy Hour specials on food and beverages at all Rolling Roof concessions stands until first pitch.
Asian Pacific Heritage Night - The Mariners celebrate our fans of Asian Pacific heritage. Specially priced tickets come with a Mariners-themed T-shirt. $5 from every ticket purchased benefits the Chinese American Citizens Alliance and the National Association of Asian American Professionals. Tickets are just $20 (View Level) and can be purchased only through this online offer at Mariners.com/Asian. Deadline to purchase is noon, Monday, May 15.
The National Anthem will be performed by Voyager Elementary School Choir from Gig Harbor.
Tuesday, May 16 vs. Oakland A's (7:10pm)
Mariners Hall of Famer Dan Wilson will join the Mariners radio and TV broadcast to offer his insights on the game.
Flannel Night - Get your grunge on courtesy of the Mariners and Rock 98.9. Specially priced tickets come with a flannel shirt in Mariners royal blue and gold. Tickets are available only online at Mariners.com/Flannel. Cost is $43 for View Level and $56 for Main Level. Deadline to purchase tickets through this special offer is 5pm, Monday, May 15.
Cedar Grove Safeco Field Potting Soil Night - The first 5,000 fans exiting Safeco Field will receive a bag of potting soil, courtesy of Cedar Grove. Food waste and grass clippings from the ballpark are mixed with compostables collected around the Puget Sound area to create the nutrient rich soil prized by gardeners.
Early Gate Opening for Mariners Season Ticketholders - 4:10pm Right Field Gate.
National Anthem performed by Jane Addams Middle School in Woodinville, colors will be presented by Todd Beamer High School Air Force Junior ROTC Color Guard, Federal Way.
Wednesday, May 17 vs. Oakland A's (7:10pm)
Education Day - Mariners players, coaches and manager Scott Servais will visit students in Seattle area elementary school during the day for the Mariners 20th Annual Education Day. Kids will be challenged to join the Mariner Moose DREAM Team and pledge to remain drug-free and stay in school.
Safeco Insurance Triple Play Ticket Night. Fans can get a ticket, hot dog, Pepsi brand soft drink or, new this season, the option for a 16 ounce domestic draft beer, for one low price. Prices start at just $26. The Triple Play offer is available with advanced purchase only (not offered on the day of the game).
Athletes from around Washington state who won High School State Championships in winter sports will be honored during a special presentation prior to the game.
The National Anthem will be performed by St. John's School of Seattle.
Thursday, May 18 vs. White Sox (7:10pm)
Ceremonial First Pitch -- Alex Carlson-Helo, 2017 Miss Washington USA. A former WSU Crimson Girls dance team member, Carlson-Helo hopes to inspire others who, like herself, are living with Rheumatoid Arthritis. She will compete for the title of Miss USA in June.
Bark at the Park - Safeco Field goes to the dogs with the first of three Bark at the Park Nights, presented by Reber Ranch. $50 gets you and your dog a ticket to the game, a Mariners dog tag, and the opportunity to take a postgame walk around the bases with your best friend. Additional human-only tickets are $25. Tickets can only be purchased through the online offer at Mariners.com/Bark.
The National Anthem will be performed by Somerset Elementary of Bellevue, and the colors will be presented by the Marysville Fire District Honor Guard.
Friday, May 19 vs. White Sox (7:10pm)
Kuma Bear Hoodie Night - The first 15,000 fans will receive a hoodie that celebrates Hisashi Iwakuma's nickname, "Kuma," which means bear in Japanese.
College Night - Specially priced tickets ($13 View Level, $16 Day of Game) are available for college students (Mariners.com/College) with college I.D. There's also an extended Happy Hour in The 'Pen with $6 beers. Gates to The 'Pen open at 4:40pm. Tickets can be purchased online at Mariners.com/College, or at the Safeco Field ticket office on the day of the game.
Central Washington Night - Central Washington University students and alums can show their pride with a red and white Mariners cap. Specially priced tickets ($29 View, $46 Main Level) are available online only at Mariners.com/CWU. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will benefit CWU's Northwest Center for Sports Business.
The National Anthem performed by Juanita Elementary School of Kirkland, and the colors will be presented by the Central Washington University Air Force ROTC Detail 895 from Ellensburg.
Saturday, May 20 vs. White Sox (7:10pm)
Ceremonial first pitch: Mariners Hall of Famer Jay Buhner, part of the Mariners 40th Anniversary celebration, presented by Alaska Airlines.
Jay Buhner Bobblehead Night - The first 20,000 fans will take home a Jay Buhner bobblehead, courtesy of ROOT SPORTS. Jay has autographed 19 of the bobbleheads and they will be given away at random to fans before the game.
Peanut-Controlled Game - The first of five games where fans with peanut allergies can come to Safeco Field with a reduced risk of exposure. Tickets in the special peanut-free seating area are $13 and can be purchased only at Mariners.com/NoPeanuts.
Strike Out Stroke Night - The Mariners are proud to join the campaign to raise awareness of the warning signs of stroke, the leading cause of serious, long-term disability in the United States. Specially priced tickets are available online only at Mariners.com/Stroke. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Seattle area stroke organizations. Deadline to purchase tickets through this special offer is Friday, May 19 at 5pm.
Mariners Care Silent Auction of autographed memorabilia on the Main Level behind Section 128. Bidding is through the 6th inning.
Early Gate Opening for Mariners Season Ticketholders - 3:50pm Right Field Gate.
National Anthem will be performed by Challenger Elementary School in Issaquah, the colors presented by Spanaway Lake High School Navy Junior ROTC.
Sunday, May 21 vs. White Sox (1:10pm)
Little League Day - Tickets are $13. All kids 14 and under get a Mariners gym bag, courtesy of Aquafina. All kids are invited to participate in a parade around the field starting at 11:30 a.m. Visit Mariners.com/LittleLeague for details on how your team can get in on the fun.
Second Chance Mother's Day Tote - Since the Mariners were on the road on Mother's Day, EQC is giving you a second chance at a cool Mother's Day tote bag. The first 10,000 moms will receive a Mariners mesh tote bag. It's a great item and a fun way to spend some quality time with the family at Safeco Field.
Puget Sound Starts Here Day - Join the Mariners and Puget Sound Starts Here to raise awareness of everyone's responsibility to safeguard the waters of Puget Sound from pollution that flows into our waterways from lawns, parking lots and city streets. Specially priced tickets are available through an online only offer at Mariners.com/PugetSound.
The National Anthem will be performed by Canyon Park Middle School of Bothell, and the colors will be presented by the Kitsap Fire Fighters Union Honor Guard - Kitsap County.
Highlights of the next Homestand (May 31-June 11)
The Mariners welcome the Colorado Rockies, Tampa Bay Rays, Minnesota Twins and Toronto Blue Jays to Safeco field for an 11-game homestand. Highlights include postgame fireworks (June 2), Nelson Cruz Bobblehead Night (June 3), Little League Day (June 4) and Sriracha Night (June 7).
Tickets for all Mariners games are available at Mariners.com/Tickets, at the Safeco Field Box Office and Seattle Mariners Team Stores (4th & Stewart in downtown Seattle, Bellevue Square, Southcenter Mall and Alderwood Mall), and by phone at 1-888-SEA-HITS.
(4th & Stewart in downtown Seattle, Bellevue Square, Southcenter Mall and Alderwood Mall), and by phone at 1-888-SEA-HITS.