Safeco Field, 1250 First Avenue South, Seattle WA 98134 Google Maps
Safeco Field has been the home of the Seattle Mariners since 1999. Safeco Field is a unique baseball park. The Park has a retractable roof, but is not fully enclosed on the sides similar to other ballparks with roofs. The retractable roof is closed on rainy days.
Century Link Field home of the National Football League Seahawks is a few blocks away from Safeco Field. The Mariners and Seahawks used the Kingdome for home games before the two new stadiums were constructed.
Safeco Field is south of downtown Seattle. Sound Transit provides light rail service between Seatac Airport and downtown Seattle with a stop near Safeco Field.
Seattle Mariners Tickets
Great tickets (sometimes less than stadium prices) for home and away games are available from a registered ticket broker.
Seattle Mariners History
The Seattle Mariners were an expansion team in 1977. The Mariners are the only American League team never to win a pennant or play in the World Series. The Mariners won the Western Division in 1995, 1997 and 2001. They also qualified for the playoffs in 2000 as the wild card team. The only playoff series victory was when the Mariners defeated the New York Yankees in the Division Series in 1995.