Seattle Mariners Team History & Encyclopedia

Team Name: Seattle Mariners

Seasons: 42 (1977 to 2018)

Record: 3151-3528, .472 W-L%

Playoff Appearances: 4

Pennants: 0

World Championships: 0

Events in Seattle Mariner Team History 

American League grants the new expansion franchise in Seattle
American League grants the new expansion franchise in Seattle
On February 6, 1976, the American League grants the new expansion franchise in Seattle to a six-man investment group that ...
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1977 Seattle Mariners
1977 Seattle Mariners
1977 Mariners @[email protected]luZ3MiOnsiYmVmb3JlIjoiIiwiYWZ0ZXIiOiIiLCJsaW5rX3RvX3Rlcm1fcGFnZSI6Im9uI[email protected]Game ticket & learn more about the players, teams, stadiums and dates in history Subscribe to our Podcast ...
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Carl Yastrzemski collects his 506th career double moving him past Babe Ruth on the all-time list
Carl Yastrzemski collects his 506th career double moving him past Babe Ruth on the all-time list
Carl Yastrzemski leads the Red Sox to an 11 - 1 pasting of Seattle by collecting his 506th career double. This moves Yaz past Babe Ruth on ...
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 Dan Ford hits for the cycle but his Angels lose, 8 – 6, to the Mariners.
1979 - Dan Ford hits for the cycle but his Angels lose, 8 - 6, to the Mariners ...
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Billy Martin
A’s set record with 11 win to start season vs Mariners – Lenny Randle gets ejected
On April 19, 1981, the Oakland Athletics set a modern day record for the most consecutive wins to start a ...
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Maury Wills suspended for tampering with batters box
Maury Wills suspended for tampering with batters box
On April 25, 1981, Seattle Mariners manager Maury Wills is suspended for two games as punishment for ordering the grounds ...
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Lenny Randle blows ball foul
Lenny Randle Blows a ball foul
On May 27, 1981, Lenny Randle of the Seattle Mariners tries to blow a ground ball into foul territory. After ...
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Jerry Grote Autographed 1965 Topps Card #504 Houston Astros #83469415 - PSA/DNA Certified
Jerry Grote sets Royals RBI record – straight out of retirement
On June 3, 1981, Jerry Grote of the Kansas City Royals sets a club record by driving in seven runs ...
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 Seattle takes Mike Moore with the first pick overall in the annual amateur draft. The Cubs take Joe Carter with the 2nd pick while the Angels take Dick Schofield third.
 Seattle takes Mike Moore with the first pick overall in the annual amateur draft. The Cubs take Joe Carter with the 2nd pick while the Angels take Dick Schofield third.
1981 - Seattle takes Mike Moore with the first pick overall in the annual amateur draft. The Cubs take Joe Carter with the 2nd pick while the Angels take Dick Schofield third ...
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Gaylord Perry enters the exclusive 300-win circle
On May 6, 1982, Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry enters the exclusive 300-win circle by beating the New York Yankees, ...
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Rollie Fingers of the Milwaukee Brewers becomes the first major leaguer to reach 300 career saves
Rollie Fingers of the Milwaukee Brewers becomes the first major leaguer to reach 300 career saves
Rollie Fingers of the Milwaukee Brewers becomes the first major leaguer to reach 300 career saves ...
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Gaylord Perry of the Seattle Mariners is caught putting a foreign substance on the ball
Gaylord Perry of the Seattle Mariners is caught putting a foreign substance on the ball
On August 23, 1982, Gaylord Perry of the Seattle Mariners is caught putting a foreign substance on the ball. Long ...
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Gaylord Perry of the Seattle Mariners reaches the 100-strikeout mark for the 18th season in his career
Gaylord Perry of the Seattle Mariners reaches the 100-strikeout mark for the 18th season in his career
Gaylord Perry of the Seattle Mariners reaches the 100-strikeout mark for the 18th season in his career ...
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Floyd Bannister autographed Baseball Card (Houston Astros) 1985 Topps #1 Draft Pick #274
Seattle Mariners select Cincinnati Reds minor league infielder Danny Tartabull 
1983 - The Seattle Mariners select Cincinnati Reds minor league infielder Danny Tartabull as compensation for the loss of free agent pitcher Floyd Bannister to the Chicago White Sox ...
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Tony Bernazard traded for Julio Cruz
Tony Bernazard traded for Julio Cruz
On June 15th, 1983 a trade was announced on the Comiskey Park scoreboard that resulted in a chorus of boo's ...
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Dave Kingman A's
Oakland’s Dave Kingman becomes the 21st player to hit 400 career home runs, belting a two-run shot off Matt Young in the 1st inning of the A’s 11 – 5 win at Seattle.
Oakland's Dave Kingman becomes the 21st player to hit 400 career home runs, belting a two-run shot off Matt Young in the 1st inning of ...
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Roger Clemens Strikeouts 20 Seattle Mariners
On April 29, 1986, Roger Clemens of the Boston Red Sox sets a major league record by striking out 20 ...
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Ken Griffey Jr Debut
In his first major league at bat, Mariners’ center fielder Ken Griffey Jr. doubles off of Oakland’s Dave Stewart
In his first major league at bat, Mariners' center fielder Ken Griffey Jr. doubles off of Oakland's Dave Stewart. The ...
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one-handed pitcher Jim Abbott makes his major league debut for the California Angels
one-handed pitcher Jim Abbott makes his major league debut for the California Angels
On April 8, 1989,  One-handed pitcher Jim Abbott makes his major league debut for the California Angels. Born without a right hand, Abbott ...
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Ken Griffey Jr., the youngest player in the majors, hits his first career homer on the first pitch he ever sees at his home ballpark, the Kingdome.
Ken Griffey Jr., the youngest player in the majors, hits his first career homer on the first pitch he ever sees at his home ballpark, the Kingdome.
Ken Griffey Jr., the youngest player in the majors, hits his first career homer on the first pitch he ever ...
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Randy Johnson of the Seattle Mariners pitches the first no-hitter in the history of the franchise
Expos trade Randy Johnson for Mark Langston
Expos trade Randy Johnson for Mark Langston ...
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Randy Johnson of the Seattle Mariners pitches the first no-hitter in the history of the franchise
Seattle Mariners trade star pitcher Mark Langston and a player to be named later – Randy Johnson
On May 25, 1989 -- The Montreal Expos, hoping to add the last piece to a playoff contender, trade Brian ...
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Nolan Ryan pitches his 11th career one-hitter, beating the Mariners, 6-1
Nolan Ryan pitches his 11th career one-hitter, beating the Mariners, 6-1
Nolan Ryan pitches his 11th career one-hitter, beating the Mariners, 6-1. The Alvin, Texas native breaks Bob Feller's record of ...
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