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Seattle Mariner Baseball, Seattle

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  • My son and I are on a quest to see as many baseball stadiums as we can. Last summer, we made it to Seattle for a Mariners' game. Safeco Field is one of the 3 nicest (new) stadiums along with PNC (Pitt...  more »
  • No baseball season, there is a stadium tour, but went only to the Mariners stadium shop on the ground floor of the stadium. It is indeed big. Only a cap of the other team. Because the American size, big hat is thankfully a big happy people. Aoki was a sale. On the wall is Ichiro Suzuki. Next to the NFL stadiums and sports facilities are concentrated. Shop Mariners Team Store Mariners downtown, but with less assortment, iwakuma and without Aoki, was selling at $ 400 mg.
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  • That's not exaggeration to say a symbolic presence in Seattle? It is a great stadium! It is recommended to visit the team store. It is rich in the Seattle Mariners ' toy!
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  • A nice field in downtown Seattle. Sometimes the visiting team is the more established team in the seats depending who they play. Sushi and wine are offered in a west coast style but so are traditional concession stand food and beer.
  • I hadn't been to a game in MANY years, so I noticed all the changes to the park since I'd been there - the street layout, vendors, small things. It's even better than it already was and we've always had SO MUCH fun every time we've been there. Regardless of whether we win or lose, being at the game and the stadium is a blast. Everything is first rate, there's no bad food, no bad seats. Love it here!
  • Nice hosts that helped me get to my seat, which was marked "W" for wheelchair. Somehow, I never noticed the W and wouldn't have known it meant Wheelchair if I did notice it. Beautiful stadium and had lots of fun at the game. The profane drunk guys were moved, to everyone's joy. The Ms won the game, yea. I took light rail from/to Husky Stadium. It was a late ending game, so, buses were infrequent by the time I got back to Husky Stadium. I think it will make more sense for me to use light rail when Northgate Station opens.
  • The pasta in the Terrace Club is the best food in the whole joint, but you still can't go wrong with any food choice at Safeco Field. Let's go M's we're only 2.5 out of our first playoff game in 15 years. Let's goooooo!
  • Great stadium...just over priced cheap seats best to buy game tickets on line...unless your willing to. Spend $30 for noise bleed seat's