The Seattle Mariners were established in 1977 and are part of the American League West. They play their MLB schedule home games at T-Mobile Park, located in Seattle, Washington. Keep up with the latest Mariners info including baseball standings, stats, news and much more.
Seattle Mariners Official Site
Seattle Mariners Official YouTube Channel
Seattle Mariners Schedule and DirecTV Channel Information
Don’t miss a second of the Mariners 2022 baseball season, explore the full Mariners schedule right here, including where to watch baseball games. Not playing today? Find another match up on the MLB schedule to keep your head in the game.
Both past and present has showcased some phenomenal Seattle Mariners. Here are a few noteworthy players.
- Ken Griffey Jr.
- Ichiro Suzuki
- Edgar Martinez
- Randy Johnson
- Alex Rodriguez
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How to Watch
When you can make it to the ballpark, there are many ways to watch the full Seattle Mariners schedule. Whether you have a sports package or not, you can catch as many MLB games as possible via sports streaming or on satellite. Below are a few places where you can watch the Mariners.
REGIONAL SPORTS LINEUP (only available in some areas)
FOX SPORTS 1 – DirecTV 219
MLB NETWORK DirecTV 213
ESPN 2 DirecTV 209
BALLY SPORTS DirecTV 692
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