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Seattle Mariners

 
As the name suggests, Seattle Mariners is an American professional team based in Seattle in Washington. It was made a franchise in the year 1977 and is a member of the Western Division of American League’s Major League Baseball. Until the year 1999, they were housed at Kingdome.
 
History of the Seattle Mariners
 
It is interesting to note that they were named ‘Mariners’ owing to the fact that Seattle has primarily a marine culture. This is the reason why the team is nicknamed as ‘M’s’. In the year 1995, they won their first ever division championship by defeating the ‘New York Yankees’ in the American League Division Series. Until the year 2001, they had already achieved the record of getting the maximum number of wins in a single season. The stats reflected 116 wins. However, it is heartbreaking to note that in spite of their winning the division title, they were unsuccessful in winning an American League championship. In fact, they have also never played a World Series.
 
Facts & Figures
 
Major league titles
 
  • World Series titles (0) 
  • AL Pennants (0) None
  • West Division titles (3) 1995, 1997 & 2001
  • Wild card berths (1) 2000
 
Best Finish for the Seattle Mariners:
 
  • They beat New York Yankees in Division Series (1995 Season)
  • They beat Chicago White Sox in Division Series (2000 season)
  • They beat Cleveland Indians in Division Series (2001 season)
 
Seattle Mariners Hall of Famers
 
  • Dick Williams
  • Rich "Goose" Gossage
  • Rickey Henderson
  • Gaylord Perry
 
Seattle Mariners Ford C. Frick Award recipients
 
  • Dave Niehaus
 
Seattle Mariners 2010 Spring Training roster
 
Pitchers
 
  • 31 Ryan Feierabend
  • 58 Doug Fister
  • 25 Luke French
  • 53 David Aardsma
  • 45 Érik Bédard
  • 77 Dan Cortes
  • 34 Félix Hernández
  • 23 Shawn Kelley
  • 43 Brandon League
  • 68 Ricky Orta
  • 70 Edward Paredes
  • 18 Ryan Rowland-Smith
  • 36 Cliff Lee
  • 57 Mark Lowe
  • 49 Garrett Olson
  • 35 Ian Snell
  • 73 Anthony Varvaro
  • 46 Sean White
  • 54 Kanekoa Texeira
  • 38 Jason Vargas 
 
Catchers
 
  • 32 Rob Johnson
  • 50 Adam Moore
 
Infielders
 
  • 9 Chone Figgins
  • 3 Ryan Garko
  • 75 Dustin Ackley
  • 20 Mike Carp 
  • 7 Jack Hannahan
  • 13 Casey Kotchman
  • 27 Matt Tuiasosopo
  • 2 Jack Wilson
  • 4 José López
 
Outfielders
 
  • 21 Franklin Gutiérrez
  • 69 Greg Halman
  • 12 Ryan Langerhans
  • 15 Milton Bradley
  • 1 Eric Byrnes
  • 67 Ezequiel Carrera 
  • 55 Michael Saunders
  • 51 Ichiro Suzuki
 
Designated hitters
 
  • 24 Ken Griffey, Jr.
 
Spring Training non-roster invitees
 
Pitchers
 
  • 33 Chad Cordero
  • 37 Jesús Colomé
 
Catchers
 
  • 26 Josh Bard
 
Infielders
 
  • 16 Josh Wilson
  • 6 Chris Woodward
 
Outfielders
 
  • 17 Corey Patterson
 
Designated hitters
 
  • 5 Mike Sweeney
 
Coaches/Managers
 
Manager
 
  • 22 Don Wakamatsu
 
Coaches
 
  • 86 Steve Hecht (coach)
  • 8 Lee Tinsley (first base)
  • 44 Ty Van Burkleo (bench)
  • 28 John Wetteland (bullpen
  • 40 Rick Adair (pitching)
  • 29 Mike Brumley (third base)
  • 47 Alan Cockrell (hitting)
 
 

 

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