by Chase Burns The new face of baseball. You heathens. Baseball is our national pastime and y'all want to name the Mariners' Stadium after Dan Savage? He doesn't even like sports! Fieldy McFieldface just wasn't good enough for you, was it? Backing up. Show More Summary
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend were in Washington recently, and while there, their baby daughter Luna got really into baseball. Well, she got to throw the first pitch at a Mariners game at Safeco Field in Seattle on Tuesday night. So close! If only the diamond were just a tiny bit smaller. Show More Summary
by Tess Riski What will they call it? Steven Hsieh On Tuesday morning, the Mariners and Safeco Insurance announced the naming rights of Seattle's baseball stadium will not extend beyond the 2018 season. In 1998, the two parties reached the 20-year naming rights agreement. Show More Summary
The Seattle Mariners beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Friday night (June 9), continuing a recent trend of really good baseball from the club. Though the Mariners were hosting the game at Safeco Field, thousands of Blue Jays fans descended from Canada to take in the event. Show More Summary
Seattle Mariners rumors have had the team working hard on a Jean Segura contract extension that would keep the middle infielder playing at Safeco Field for many years to come. Locking up another key player on the roster could certainly...Show More Summary
The Seattle Mariners beat up on the Tampa Bay Rays Sunday (June 4), completing a series sweep in front of the Safeco Field crowd. The 7-1 victory was an important one for the Mariners, as it continued a trend of the team surging up the...Show More Summary
SEATTLE (AP) — Inside the suites of Safeco Field are the typical, palatial amenities that come with a premium experience at a ballpark: private entries, leather seats, a food spread with numerous culinary options and drinks galore. The Mariners and hometown neighbor Amazon have partnered to put the Alexa voice-activated operating system in every suite at Safeco Field. [...]Show More Summary
Alex Meyer soundly failed his first test to fit into the Angels’ rotation. The 6-foot-9 right-hander brought his tantalizing 97-mph fastball into his Thursday night start at Safeco Field, but also the same struggles to command it that he has always had. Accordingly, he bore the loss in the Angels’...
ANGELS at MARINERS When: Thursday, 7 p.m. Where: Safeco Field TV: Fox Sports West THE PITCHERS ANGELS RHP ALEX MEYER (0-0, 4.91) vs. Mariners: 0-1, 9.00 At Safeco Field: First game Hates to face: None Loves to face: None MARINERS LHP ARIEL MIRANDA (2-2, 3.81) vs. Angels: 2-0, 3.71 At Safeco Field: 5-1, 3.48 Hates […]
SEATTLE — The last time Matt Shoemaker walked off the mound at Safeco Field, he was clutching a bloody towel to his face, likely just happy that he was conscious. This time, he walked off with the more mundane frustrations of life as a pitcher, too many misplaced pitches. And by the time it was […]
The Angels don’t have an ace, don’t have a closer they can count on, don’t even have a set starting rotation. What they do have is the league lead in comeback victories. And, on Tuesday night at Safeco Field, they came back to beat Seattle 6-4 in 11 innings, for their 11th comeback victory of 2017....
ANGELS at MARINERS When: Wednesday, 7 p.m. Where: Safeco Field TV: Fox Sports West THE PITCHERS ANGELS RHP RICKY NOLASCO (2-2, 4.13) vs. Mariners: 4-4, 4.26 At Safeco Field: 1-1, 3.46 Hates to face: Robinson Cano, 6 for 15 (.300), 2 HRs Loves to face: Kyle Seager, 3 for 13 (.231) MARINERS RHP HISASHI IWAKUMA (0-2, […]
ANGELS at MARINERS When: 7 p.m. Where: Safeco Field TV: Fox Sports West THE PITCHERS ANGELS RHP MATT SHOEMAKER (1-1, 4.73) vs. Mariners: 4-4, 4.26 At Safeco Field: 2-1, 4.35 Hates to face: Nelson Cruz, 7 for 23 (.304), 2 HRs Loves to face: Mike Zunino, 1 for 16 (.063) MARINERS LHP JAMES PAXTON (3-0, 1.39) […]
One for Bellevue, one for South Lake Union Upscale beer bar Henry’s Tavern, a go-to for pre- and post-game revelry thanks to its location near Safeco Field, announced this morning it has plans to expand to South Lake Union and Bellevue. Show More Summary
Ichiro hit the inspiring home run on Wednesday night, in what was likely his last game in Safeco
The 43-year-old played a series in Seattle for the first time since 2014
Ichiro returned to Seattle this week and hit a home run in what might be his final at-bat at Safeco Field
Insects aren't too popular at ballparks, just ask ex-Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain.
Well done, Mariners.
The Kid is now a statue