Safeco FieldSeattle Mariners
Safeco Field is a retractable roof stadium in Seattle, Washington and is the home of Major League Baseball’s Seattle Mariners. Naming rights are owned by Seattle-based Safeco Insurance. The retractable roof is unique in that it acts as an umbrella for the stands and field and never fully provides a climate-controlled enclosure. Seattle’s climate is relatively mild, but frequent precipitation requires protection from rain. When the roof is open, it hovers above the BNSF Railway tracks just to the east of the stadium, causing an echoing ring from train whistles during games. A unique art feature at the stadium is a chandelier made from 1,000 resin baseball bats that hang above the home plant entry way.
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The Mariners played their home games at the Seattle Kingdome from their first year in existence, 1977, through 1998. A task force began to assess the need for a new ballpark in 1994. In 1995, a special session of the state legislature authorized a funding package for a new stadium. Construction began on Safeco Field in 1997 and a year later it opened.
- 8 directly outside and throughout the Ballpark
Surrounding facility - General
Adjacent to facility - ADA Garage
- Must be purchased in advance (206) 346-4001
- Los Angeles Angels at Seattle Mariners - Opening Day Event Date Time: 04/06/2015 1:10PM
- Los Angeles Angels at Seattle Mariners Event Date Time: 04/07/2015 7:10PM
- Los Angeles Angels at Seattle Mariners Event Date Time: 04/08/2015 7:10PM
- Texas Rangers at Seattle Mariners Event Date Time: 04/17/2015 7:10PM
- Texas Rangers at Seattle Mariners Event Date Time: 04/18/2015 6:10PM
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- Sections 106, 149 and 325
- Throughout facility
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- Mariners' offense shows potential for breakout season
- Cruz homers, Cano gets off to hot start as lineup shows off strength
- Montero goes all in to prove himself at first base
- Choi to undergo surgery, will be out 4-6 months
- Mariners' Walker poised to turn potential into production
- Peterson powers up in Mariners' spring opener
- Mariners prospect Choi sustains broken fibula
- Walker sizzles in Cactus victory over Padres
- Felix excited to be part of new-look Mariners
- Security personnel are required to open all bags
- Permitted. Personal cameras only.
- Permitted. Must be soft-sided.
- Permitted. Must be 16x16x8 inches or less.