Yippee, it's baseball time again! We love to go and root for our home team at Safeco Field.
Our stadium is quite unique, I think, because it has a retracting roof! That means open air baseball which is the best way to enjoy a game, in my opinion. But it also means no rained out games, which is equally cool. The stadium is never completely closed to the outdoors and you can see beautiful Puget Sound in the background from most seats. Another thing that just goes with Safeco Field is that you can hear the train's whistles echoing through the streets of downtown Seattle. If you ever catch an at-home Mariner's game on T.V, you will be able to hear what I mean. It sure would be better, though if you could visit in person.
The seats range in price from the cheapest in the outfield stadium seats, to the box seats, and everything in between.
Come to Seattle and enjoy some good old down home baseball at Safeco Field - maybe you'll catch a foul ball for a souvenir!
Update On Apr 14, 2010: We're sad because they've built a new road to go over the train tracks near the stadium, so now the trains aren't allowed to blow their whistles since there is no crossroads there. They were allowed to blow them for the last time night before last for opening day, but you won't here that nostalgic sound during the Seattle Mariner's games anymore! It's still a great stadium and we have high hopes for the new Mariner's season!