The Seattle Mariners (24-26) will face the new-look New York Yankees (26-25) on Monday night at Safeco Field. The Yankees will make their first and only trip to Seattle this season for a three-game series. The Mariners are back on the right track, having won six of their last 10 games. Show More Summary
The righthander was headed for California Thursday night to meet the Yankees, and assuming he has no setbacks during the next few days, Tanaka will start against the Mariners on either Tuesday or Wednesday at Safeco Field.
Hello, SafeCo Field! Another year, another Microsoft Company Meeting! Anyone who has read this blog for a while knows that I'm a big fan of the Company Meeting, though I have to admit this is the first year I've thought of skipping and just go out for some beers instead. Show More Summary
Matt Shoemaker was done for the night, his six-inning, three-run, six-hit effort against the Seattle Mariners giving way to an icing session on the couch in front of a television in the Angels’ Safeco Field clubhouse.
Seattle Mariners took on the Los Angeles Angels at Safeco Field and the catch of the night was from a fan. Anyone can catch with a glove, right? This fan took it up a notch and snagged a foul ball with this popcorn bucket. Not only do the fans around him miss out on the […]
Angels third baseman David Freese had a flashback to October 2011 on Tuesday night, and it had nothing to do with the two-run home run he hit in the fourth inning of a 2-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field.
We'll get back to this in a minute. The Mariners opened their season home at Safeco Field for the first time in seven years on Monday, and they did so with genuine hope of making a playoff run for probably only the third time in the past dozen seasons. Show More Summary
This is a delicious, expensive hot dog wrapped in bacon. Food Porn Courtesy of Seattle Mariners Baseball is a lot of things, but mostly it’s a sport about eating and drinking. Seriously, try explaining baseball to someone unfamiliarShow More Summary
A bacon-wrapped hot dog because, why not? The food and beverage program at Safeco Field in Seattle has always been good, but they?ve stepped up their game and gone super local this season. Yesterday, we got to sample a sneak peek of some of the new menu items and can vouch for deliciousness. Show More Summary
Fans at Camden Yards, Dodger Stadium and Safeco Field might need to bring a few extra screens to the ballpark on the final day of the season.
Seattle’s KING says it’s moving along with KONG and NWCN. The NBC affiliate says its moving across from SAFECO Field. The new building will be in a neighborhood called SoDo and will have a “street-level curbside studio so audiences will...Show More Summary
Four workers at Seattle’s Safeco Field really cleaned up. The cleaning crew brought in do a post-season scrubdown of the Seattle Mariners’ stadium didn’t leave much behind after the team’s final regular season baseball game. Police allege the workers stole $11,500 in jerseys from the team store.
Irrelevance arrived in Safeco Field in the bottom of the fifth inning Sunday when Oakland's wild-card-clinching victory over Texas was posted on the left-field scoreboard.
The Seattle Times reports Seattle NBC affiliate KING is “close to signing a long-term lease” to move the station’s headquarters to a new building near Safeco Field: The television station is expected to occupy about 70,000 square feet...Show More Summary
Anthony Rizzo is growing into a clutch hitter, while John Danks ran into an old nemesis at Safeco Field. [ more › ]
The White Sox fell behind the Mariners early Thursday night at Safeco Field when Dustin Ackley hit a solo home run off Sox right-hander Scott Carroll.
HIPHOP'S POWER COUPLE REIGN OVER SAFECO (Safeco Field) Thirteen years ago, you could glimpse Destiny's Child in the "H to the Izzo" video, Bey texting Hov "smiley faces after all of her phrases" in "Change Clothes." The "new Bonnie and...Show More Summary
Although he's right-handed, Kobe Bryant belted a home run left-handed Sunday during Richard Sherman's celebrity softball game at Safeco Field in Seattle.
Kyle Seager drove in two runs, Mike Zunino homered into the second deck at Safeco Field and Dustin Ackley stole a home run with a leaping catch at the wall in the Seattle Mariners' 5-2 win over the New York Mets on Monday night.
For what will Seattle Mariners relief pitcher Tom Wilhelmsen “turn down”? Certainly not batting practice, that’s for sure. Prior to yesterday’s game against the Minnesota Twins at Safeco Field in Seattle, the DJ Snake and Lil John song “Turn Down for What” came on over the PA system. And obviously, since that is probably the […]