Mariners Game Central – Sept. 8 vs. Astros

Lineup

Game #143: Seattle Mariners (78-64) vs. Houston Astros (63-80) | 7:10 pm | Safeco Field
Starting Pitchers: RHP Felix Hernandez (14-5, 2.18) vs. RHP Brad Peacock (4-8, 5.01)
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network…also on Mariners.com (for subscribers to MLB.tv)
TV: The game will be televised on ROOT SPORTShome games feature SAP in Spanish on ROOT SPORTS & ESPN Deportes
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data
Game Information: Mariners | Astros | Mariners-Astros History

Mid-Season Report | Standings | Roster | 2014 Media Guide | Mariners Game Notes | 2014 Schedule | MarinersMedia.com
Social Media: From the Corner of Edgar & Dave | Instagram | @Mariners | @LosMarineros | Facebook

Homestand Events – Astros & Athletics

The Mariners have just 9 remaining home games, and kick off a 6-game homestand tonight vs. the Houston Astros. Here is a look at some of the exciting promotions and events for the games vs. the Astros and A’s:

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Mariners and MLB Announce 2015 Schedule

The Mariners and Major League Baseball today announced the tentative 2015 schedule. The 2015 season will begin Monday, April 6, against the Los Angeles Angels at Safeco Field. Game time is 1:10pm, the first day game for the season opener since 2010, and the first time the team has opened at home since 2008.

The opening homestand is a brief three-game set with the Angels, followed by a six-game trip to Oakland for three against the Athletics (April 10-12) and Los Angeles for three against the Dodgers (April 13-15).

The first three months of the season will see the Mariners spending a lot of weekends at home with back-to-back nine-game homestands in April-May, followed by an 11-game homestand in June. Highlights include a four-game series against the Boston Red Sox (May 14-17) and a three-game series against the New York Yankees (June 1-3).

Interleague Play vs. NL West

During the 2015 season, the Mariners will play interleague games against teams from the National League West with home matchups against the San Diego Padres (May 12-13), San Francisco Giants (June 17-18), Arizona Diamondbacks (July 27-29), and Colorado Rockies (September 11-13).

The Mariners also travel to Los Angeles to meet the Dodgers (April 13-15), San Francisco to meet the Giants (June 15-16), San Diego to play the Padres (June 30-July 1), and Denver to meet the Rockies (August 3-5).

The Mariners will play at home on Mother’s Day (May 10 vs. Oakland), Father’s Day (June 21 vs. Houston), and Labor Day (September 7 vs. Texas)

The tentative Mariners schedule, with home start times (attached with this news release), is available now on mariners.com. The tentative complete 2015 MLB schedule of all 30 teams is now available on MLB.com. The schedule and start times will not be finalized until January 2015.

Here is a look at the 2015 schedule (subject to change):

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Mariners Game Central – September 7 at Texas

Lineup

Game #142: Seattle Mariners (78-63) vs. Texas Rangers (53-89) | 2:05 pm | Globe Life Park
Starting Pitchers: LHP James Paxton (5-1, 1.91) vs. LHP Derek Holland (0-0, 1.29)
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network…also on Mariners.com (for subscribers to MLB.tv)
TV: The game will be televised on ROOT SPORTShome games feature SAP in Spanish on ROOT SPORTS & ESPN Deportes
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data
Game Information: Mariners | Rangers | Mariners-Rangers History

Mid-Season Report | Standings | Roster | 2014 Media Guide | Mariners Game Notes | 2014 Schedule | MarinersMedia.com
Social Media: From the Corner of Edgar & Dave | Instagram | @Mariners | @LosMarineros | Facebook

#TheArrowHasLanded – Scavenger Hunt

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Fernando’s arrows are taking flight. Follow the Mariners on Twitter after every Rodney save for clues to figure out where each one landed. The fan that finds the arrow will win four tickets to an upcoming home game and an on-field photo before the game.

The Mariners extended their winning streak to five games with a 4-2 win over the Rangers after a 3+ hour rain delay last night. Rodney pitched a 1-2-3 ninth to pick up his 43rd save of the season, tied for the MLB lead.

But what about that arrow? The search is on!

ARROW FOUND!

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Mariners Game Central – September 6 at Texas

Lineup

Game #141: Seattle Mariners (77-63) vs. Texas Rangers (53-88) | 5:05 pm | Globe Life Park
Starting Pitchers: RHP Chris Young (12-7, 3.46) vs. RHP Nick Martinez (3-10, 5.14)
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network…also on Mariners.com (for subscribers to MLB.tv)
TV: The game will be televised on ROOT SPORTShome games feature SAP in Spanish on ROOT SPORTS & ESPN Deportes
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data
Game Information: Mariners | Rangers | Mariners-Rangers History

Mid-Season Report | Standings | Roster | 2014 Media Guide | Mariners Game Notes | 2014 Schedule | MarinersMedia.com
Social Media: From the Corner of Edgar & Dave | Instagram | @Mariners | @LosMarineros | Facebook

This Week’s Mariners All-Access

root_sports_northwest This week on Mariners All-Access on ROOT SPORTS, the Mariners top-rated bullpen, defense, some science, and Felix.

Here’s a rundown of Jen Mueller’s lineup for the program:

  • Brandon Maurer in Bullpen – Take a look at his impressive numbers coming out of the pen, why he’s been so successful as a reliever and how it feels to transition from the starting rotation to the bullpen mid-season. Plus learn why the Mariners staff knew he belonged in an eight-man pen.
  • Blowers/Woodward – The Mariners defense is among the best in baseball and Chris Woodward deserves a lot of credit for that. Mike Blowers sits down with the infield coach and discovers the change he made in the players workout routine and how he’s helped improve the defense across the board.
  • Outfield Science – The Mariners outfielders make it look easy, but there’s a nuance most people don’t consider when it comes to outfield play – an outfielder always reacts to what he sees before he hears the bat make contact with the ball. We lean on the expertise of the UW physics professor to understand how the speed of sound and light impact an outfielder.
  • Felix Watch – Felix rebounded from his toughest outing of the year and reminded everyone around baseball why he’s among the best. Plus former teammate Doug Fister weighs in on what impresses him most about watching Felix pitch.
  • Community Relations – A look at the Mariners recent trip to the Seattle Veteran’s Administration Hospital and next Saturday’s Mariners Care Garage Sale, where you can land some unique memorabilia.
  • Soundtrack – The best highlights, plays and reaction from the week of Mariners baseball.

Mariners All Access Airs on ROOT SPORTS:

  • Sunday 11am, 3:30pm, midnight
  • Monday 6am, 6pm
  • Tuesday 6pm
  • Thursday 2:30pm
  • Friday 6pm

#TheArrowHasLanded – First clue at 10 a.m.

RodneyArrow

Fernando’s arrows are taking flight. Follow the Mariners on Twitter after every Rodney save for clues to figure out where each one landed. The fan that finds each arrow will win four tickets to an upcoming home game and an on-field photo before the game.

Check out details from previous scavenger hunts:

Save #39

Save #40

Save #41

Fernando shot off an arrow after securing a 7-5 win for the Mariners vs. the Rangers in Arlington. This was his 42nd save of the season, tying him for the MLB lead. But where did the arrow land?

WE HAVE A WINNER!

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“Night Court” will be in session at Safeco Field


Night Court

When Felix Hernandez takes the mound at Safeco Field for his September 13 start against the Oakland Athletics, Safeco Field will be blacked out for “Night Court.”

Instead of the usual bright yellow T-shirts for the King’s Court special seating sections, the first 35,000 fans through the gates of the ballpark will receive a special black T-shirt to commemorate King Felix’s start.

The King’s Court cheering section started in 2011. The popularity has grown over the years and on some occasions it is extended to multiple sections including the Upper Court (the Terrace Club), the High Court (seating in the 300 Level), and the Supreme Court, when the whole ballpark is converted to the King’s Court for Felix’s first home start of the season.

September 8th King’s Court

Mariners fans get a special treat this homestand as Felix is scheduled to make two starts. In addition to the “Night Court” start on September 13, Felix is also schedule to take the mound on Monday, September 8, vs. the Houston Astros. Tickets for the September 8 King’s Court are $30 and include a ticket, a T-shirt and a “K” Card. Those tickets are on sale now at mariners.com/felix.

Tickets for the September 13 “Night Court” game, and all remaining games on the Mariners home schedule, are available at the Safeco Field Box Office and at Seattle Mariners Team Stores (4th & Stewart in downtown Seattle, Bellevue Square, Southcenter Mall & Alderwood Mall). Tickets are also available online at mariners.com/tickets, and by phone at 1-888-SEA-HITS (732-4487).

Mariners Game Central – September 5 at Texas

Lineup

Game #140: Seattle Mariners (76-63) vs. Texas Rangers (53-87) | 5:05 pm | Globe Life Park
Starting Pitchers: RHP Hisashi Iwakuma (13-6, 2.90) vs. RHP Scott Baker (3-3, 5.23)
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network…also on Mariners.com (for subscribers to MLB.tv)
TV: The game will be televised on ROOT SPORTShome games feature SAP in Spanish on ROOT SPORTS & ESPN Deportes
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data
Game Information: Mariners | Rangers | Mariners-Rangers History

Mid-Season Report | Standings | Roster | 2014 Media Guide | Mariners Game Notes | 2014 Schedule | MarinersMedia.com
Social Media: From the Corner of Edgar & Dave | Instagram | @Mariners | @LosMarineros | Facebook

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