- $60 for one ticket to see the Seattle Mariners take on the Boston Red Sox and a $10 concession credit (up to an $80 total value)
- Where: Safeco Field
- Seating: terrace club patio
- Gate time: two hours before game time
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Games and Dates
- Monday, June 23, at 7:10 p.m.
- Tuesday, June 24, at 7:10 p.m.
- Wednesday, June 25, at 7:10 p.m.
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The Scouting Report
So far this season, the AL West is arguably the toughest division in baseball, home to the team with MLB’s best overall record and three teams over .500. Despite the stiff competition, the Mariners are hanging tough; they recorded a 37–35 record through 72 games, placing themselves squarely in the playoff conversation. They’ve done so behind the AL’s second-best pitching staff, which has posted a sizzling 3.29 ERA—a dominant mark in an era in which umpires have cracked down on spitballs and hitters no longer wear monocles to see the mound. In June, the M’s vaunted arms will be put to the test in a three-game home series against the defending World Champion Boston Red Sox.
The Seattle Mariners have represented Washington since 1977. And since 1999, the team has dazzled hometown crowds at Safeco Field. The park boasts an elaborate scoreboard system that features one of the largest video screens in baseball. A convertible rooftop covers the ballpark without closing it off, preserving an open-air environment that allows fans to bask in fresh Seattle breezes.