Seattle Mariners History
Since they first arrived in the city of Seattle, Washington, the Mariners have become the hometown heroes of this Northwestern city and have become a staple within the entire region. This has caused the Mariners to develop a massive fan base and dedicated following; a following that can be seen every time the team takes the field. During their time as an organization these fans have seen the Mariners through good seasons and bad and have seen numerous big name players proudly wear Mariners jerseys. This includes players such as Albin Davis, Jay Buhner and of course Ken Griffey Jr.
Today, the Seattle are proud members of the West Division of the American League. They are not only leading members of their division with numerous division championships to their name; but big contenders within the American League as well. During their time as a team the Mariners have not only gotten a large fan base, but they have also had a great deal of success as well with numerous play off appearances and many consecutive back to back winning seasons. The team is not only known for their success and for consistently having a roster filled with young and promising talent, but for their rivalries within the league. Every season, you will find the Seattle Mariners facing off against two of their most heated rivals; the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the Oakland Athletics.
Whether the team is taking on one of these rivals or any other organization within the MLB you can always expect an exciting matchup and expect that the Mariners home games will be filled with thousands of screaming fans. These home games take part at Safeco Field in Seattle Washington. Those who are able to get Mariners tickets will find that this stadium is one of the loudest and most energetic in all of professional baseball; thanks to the massive seating space and the dedication of Mariners fans. For those who are able to score tickets to see this team take the field; they can expect an exciting display of baseball that they won’t soon forget.