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 

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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Bo Jackson throws out Harold Reynolds
Bo Jackson throws out Harold Reynolds
Sponsor this Page June 5, 1989 At the Kingdome.  Kansas City Royals outfielder Bo Jackson throws out Harold Reynolds trying to ...
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Brian Holman of the Seattle Mariners loses his bid for the major league's 13th perfect game with two outs in the 9th inning
Brian Holman of the Seattle Mariners loses his bid for the major league’s 13th perfect game with two outs in the 9th inning
1990 - Brian Holman of the Seattle Mariners loses his bid for the major league's 13th perfect game with two outs in the 9th inning on Ken Phelps' pinch-hit home ...
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Randy Johnson of the Seattle Mariners pitches the first no-hitter in the history of the franchise
Randy Johnson of the Seattle Mariners pitches the first no-hitter in the history of the franchise
On June 2, 1990, Randy Johnson of the Seattle Mariners pitches the first no-hitter in the history of the franchise ...
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Ken Griffey Jr. and Ken Griffey Sr. become the first father and son combination to play together in a major league game
On August 31, 1990, Ken Griffey Jr. and Ken Griffey Sr. become the first father and son combination to play ...
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Ken Griffey, Jr. and Ken Griffey, Sr. become the first father-and-son combination to hit back-to-back home runs
On September 14, 1990, Ken Griffey, Jr. and Ken Griffey, Sr. become the first father-and-son combination to hit back-to-back home ...
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Bret Boone becomes part of major league baseball’s first three-generation family when he makes his debut at second base
Bret Boone becomes part of major league baseball’s first three-generation family when he makes his debut at second base
On August 19, 1992, Bret Boone becomes part of major league baseball’s first three-generation family when he makes his debut ...
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Lou Piniella is named manager of the Seattle Mariners.
Lou Piniella is named manager of the Seattle Mariners.
Lou Piniella is named manager of the Seattle Mariners ...
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Ken Griffey, Jr. of the Seattle Mariners ties a major league record by homering in his eighth consecutive game
Ken Griffey, Jr. of the Seattle Mariners ties a major league record by homering in his eighth consecutive game
On July 28, 1993, Ken Griffey, Jr. of the Seattle Mariners ties a major league record by homering in his ...
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Nolan Ryan of the Texas Rangers makes his final major league appearance
On September 22, 1993, Nolan Ryan of the Texas Rangers makes his final major league appearance. Pitching against the Seattle ...
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Jacobs Field
Cleveland Indians inaugurate Jacobs Field with a 4-3 victory
On April 4, 1994, The Cleveland Indians inaugurate Jacobs Field with a 4 – 3 victory over the Seattle Mariners ...
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Ken Griffey Jr. of the Seattle Mariners breaks his wrist while making a spectacular catch
Ken Griffey Jr. of the Seattle Mariners breaks his wrist while making a spectacular catch
On May 26, 1995, Ken Griffey Jr. of the Seattle Mariners breaks his wrist while making a spectacular catch against ...
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Seattle Mariners complete a dramatic comeback in the American League Division Series by defeating the New York Yankees, 6-5
Seattle Mariners complete a dramatic comeback in the American League Division Series by defeating the New York Yankees, 6-5
On October 8, 1995, the Seattle Mariners complete a dramatic comeback in the American League Division Series by defeating the ...
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The Seattle Mariners trade second baseman Bret Boone and pitcher Erik Hanson to the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for P Bobby Ayala and catcher Dan Wilson.
The Seattle Mariners trade second baseman Bret Boone and pitcher Erik Hanson to the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for P Bobby Ayala and catcher Dan Wilson ...
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New York Yankees acquire first baseman Tino Martinez and pitcher Jeff Nelson from the Seattle Mariners
New York Yankees acquire first baseman Tino Martinez and pitcher Jeff Nelson from the Seattle Mariners ...
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Seattle Mariners and Chicago White Sox play the earliest Opening Day game in history
Seattle Mariners and Chicago White Sox play the earliest Opening Day game in history
On March 31, 1996, the Seattle Mariners and Chicago White Sox play the earliest Opening Day game in history. Playing ...
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Dwight Gooden no-hitter for the Yankees vs Mariners
Dwight Gooden no-hitter for the Yankees vs Mariners
On May 14, 1996, Dwight Gooden throws a no-hitter for the Yankees against the Mariners, at Yankee Stadium. The right-hander ...
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Chris Hoiles hits walkoff grandslam
On May 17, 1996 Trailing the Seattle Mariners, 13-10 in the bottom of the ninth at Camden Yards, Chris Hoiles ...
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Mike Greenwell drives in all 9 runs in Red Sox win
Mike Greenwell drives in all 9 runs in Red Sox win
On September 2, 1996, Mike Greenwell of the Boston Red Sox sets a major league record by driving in all ...
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The Seattle Mariners acquire righty Scott Sanders from the Padres for lefty Sterling Hitchcock.
1996 - The Seattle Mariners acquire righty Scott Sanders‚ (9-5‚ 3.38 ERA) from the Padres for lefty Sterling Hitchcock. Hitchcock was the ace of the Mariner staff ...
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Ken Griffey makes an incredible catch at Tiger Stadium
Ken Griffey makes an incredible catch at Tiger Stadium
August 9th, 1998 at Tiger Stadium. Ken Griffey Jr. makes an incredible catch off a Luis Gonzalez shot in the ...
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