T-MOBILE PARK, HOME OF THE MARINERS - SEATTLE, WA

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2019 TOURS THAT INCLUDE T-MOBILE PARK

Want to see T-Mobile Park in 2019? Click on a link below to see the tours where we'll visit this and other great stadiums! 

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WEST COAST SLAM- MAY 25-JUNE 2, 2019
8 nights, 4 Ballparks- Oracle Park, T-Mobile Park, Dodger Stadium, & Petco Park

WEST COAST- JULY 29-AUGUST 7, 2019
9 nights, 6 Ballparks- Petco Park, Dodger Stadium, Angel Stadium, Oakland Coliseum, Oracle Park, & T-Mobile Park
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About T-Mobile Park...

Opening in 1999, T-Mobile Park has great views of the Seattle skyline and a one-of-a-kind sunset. The ballpark seats 47,000 fans and houses the Mariners Hall of Fame, open to the public during every home game. Fans can also take photos with the Dave Niehaus, Mariners Hall of Famer, statue.

Stadium Data

  • 331 feet down the left field line
  • 390 feet in left center field
  • 405 feet in center field
  • 386 feet in right center field
  • 326 feet down the right field line

Fun Facts:

  • T-Mobile Park has a retractable roof designed to cover but not enclose the ballpark, thus preserving an open-air environment.
  • T-Mobile Park hosted the 2001 All-Star game.
  • In 1996, the Seattle Mariners Baseball Club signed a 20-year lease keeping them in Seattle through at least the year 2019.