In Game

Safeco Field is one of the first stadiums in the MLB to feature a retractable roof allowing the Mariners to play games in rainy conditions which are common in Seattle.  There are a handful of other stadiums in Major League Baseball that have adopted this technology, but it is still one of the best parts about Safeco Field since you’ll never have to worry about a rainout.  One great thing about the design of the roof at Safeco is that even with it closed the exterior of the stadium allows for natural light to flow in through the outfield preventing the stadium from feeling a dome.  

If you need a spot to grab a quick beer and catch up on some of the other games in the majors, The ‘Pen sports bar inside the stadium is the spot for you. Admission only costs $1, and beers will run about $5 which is still a value considering most other stadiums charge upwards of $9.

As far as the rest of the concessions at the stadium, you can find just about any ethnic food in the stadium ranging from Mexican to Thai.  Local fish market Ivar’s brings in fresh fish for every game allowing for you to kill two birds with one stone and have a great Seattle seafood meal and take in a game all in one midsummer night’s eve.

Look for yourself on the Jumbotron at the game, the Mariners have the largest board in the MLB currently and hold the 24th spot worldwide.  So keep your eyes peeled as you never know when you may end up on the biggest screen in baseball.

Whether it’s the fact you won’t have to worry about a rainout, the incredible food options, or the massive video board, there are plenty of reasons why you’ll have a great time taking in a Mariners game at Safeco Field.

Things to check out

Baseball Museum of the Pacific Northwest and Mariners Hall of Fame

It’s not just Mariners history that is on display at Safeco Field, across from sections 135 to 141 you’ll find a museum dedicated to baseball throughout the Pacific Northwest. The museum is home to a variety of memorabilia that dates back to 1877, so make sure to check it out during when attending a Mariners game.

Dave Niehaus Statue

Stop by and snap a picture with the Dave Niehaus statue located behind section 105. The statue honors the legendary Mariners broadcaster and is a must-see for any M’s fan or baseball fan.

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Moose Den and Play Area

If you’re bringing the kids to the game and want a little something extra to do outside of watching the game, then the Moose Den and play area are right up your alley. The Moose Den and play area located in center field, and offers a play area as well as the opportunity for kids to get their pictures taken with Mariner Moose.

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Stadium Art

Take some time before the game and stroll the concourse to see all of the Mariners and baseball-related art hanging up around the ballpark. Safeco Field is home to murals and all kinds of other art dedicated to the game of baseball, so check it all out.

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Banners and Retired Numbers

During your trip to Safeco Field take some time to view the Mariners division championship banners and retired numbers. The banners honor some of the greatest players and teams in M’s history including Ken Griffey Jr. and Edgar Martinez.

Mariners Moose

You can see the Mariners mascot Mariner Moose entertaining the crowd throughout the game. Even when the M’s are down Mariner Moose’s enthusiasm won’t be stopped so keep an eye out for him during the game.

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King's Court

If you’re a big Mariners fan or Felix Hernandez fan make sure to get tickets in the King’s Court. The King’s Court is a special cheering section that can be found at every game started by Hernandez and has quickly become a fan favorite among Mariners fans.

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Rally Fries

At each Mariners home game, Mariners broadcaster Mike Blowers gives away fries to one group of fans. The tradition dates back to 2007 when Blowers and Dave Sims decided to send fries to a fan who dropped his trying to catch a foul ball. If you want to get noticed and win some fries, come with a funny sign or wear a goofy costume to catch Blowers attention.

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Fight Songs

  1. Mariners Theme Song

  2. My Oh My

    First time
    All I could think was my, oh my
    I’m in love for the first time
    The first time, tonight, tonight
    My, Oh, My, Oh, Oh, Oh
    My, Oh, My, Oh, Oh, Oh
    I’m in love for the first time tonight, tonight
    My, Oh, My

    Call it crazy how she do it
    Makes it seem like nothing to it
    Got my stupid, acting foolish
    Got my caught up, shot by cupid
    Shorty got all them other’s jealous
    With them looks from all the fellas
    Red lipstick and dark mascara
    She can sing it acapella
    Got me feeling like, you, you, you
    Might be the one that I’ve been waiting all this time now to, to, to
    Give everything that I’ve got, give me a shot babe to prove, prove
    That I’m the best, not like the rest
    You got my heart beating BOOM BOOM
    Out of my chest
    It’s love and I must confess, hey

    First time
    All I could think was my, oh my
    I’m in love for the first time
    The first time, tonight, tonight
    My, Oh, My, Oh, Oh, Oh
    My, Oh, My, Oh, Oh, Oh
    I’m in love for the first time tonight, tonight
    My, Oh, My

    Got me choosing, got me losing
    All this time, from my pursuing
    I’m advancing, now we dancing
    We both caught up in the music
    And I must be, be dreaming
    Wonder what this girl is thinking, thinking
    Music up so loud we screaming
    We got our hands up to the ceiling
    I don’t mind if we spend more time
    Cause I’m looking at you, you
    So what ya gonna do, do
    Come my way
    Give me one shot babe to prove, prove
    That I’m the best, not like the rest
    You got my heart beating BOOM BOOM
    Out of my chest
    It’s love and I must confess, hey

    First time
    All I could think was my, oh my
    I’m in love for the first time
    The first time, tonight, tonight
    My, Oh, My, Oh, Oh, Oh
    My, Oh, My, Oh, Oh, Oh
    I’m in love for the first time tonight, tonight
    My, Oh, My

    You da one, you da one
    That I’m thinking bout all day
    Have some fun, have some fun
    Baby you should come my way

    We can dance, we can dance
    We’ll just let the music play
    Give me love, give me love
    You’re the one that makes me say

    First time
    All I could think was my, oh my
    I’m in love for the first time
    The first time, tonight, tonight
    My, Oh, My, Oh, Oh, Oh
    My, Oh, My, Oh, Oh, Oh
    I’m in love for the first time tonight, tonight
    My, Oh, My

  3. Fire

    Played After Wins

    Alright,
    now listen, baby

    You don’t care for me
    I don’-a care about that
    Gotta new fool, ha!
    I like it like that

    I have only one burning desire
    Let me stand next to your fire
    Let me stand next to your fire [Repeat 4 times]

    Listen here, baby
    and stop acting so crazy
    You say your mum ain’t home,
    it ain’t my concern,
    Just play with me and you won’t get burned

    I have only one itching desire
    Let me stand next to your fire
    Let me stand next to your fire [Repeat 4 times]

    Oh! Move over, Rover
    and let Jimi take over
    Yeah, you know what I’m talking ’bout
    Yeah, get on with it, baby
    That’s what I’m talking ’bout
    Now dig this!
    Ha!
    Now listen, baby

    You try to gimme your money
    you better save it, babe
    Save it for your rainy day

    I have only one burning desire
    Let me stand next to your fire
    Let me stand next to your fire

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