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Mets - Mariners

Mets Mariners

New York Mets-Seattle Mariners Matchups

Whenever the New York Mets and the Seattle Mariners get together, you can count on there being some fireworks, as these are two teams that are always loaded with star-level players who know how to change the direction of a big game in a real hurry. Major League Baseball is still as good as it gets when it comes to top-tier sporting events, and these cross-country, interleague rivals have had plenty of talented teams over the years – and that's not something likely to change any time in the near future. It could be Citi Field in Queens, NY or Safeco Field in Seattle, as you're sure to have a great atmosphere from the first to the last pitch.

If you've never seen the Mets and Mariners in action, you simply have no idea what you've been missing, as both teams have rosters loaded with explosive playmakers that are known for turning the direction of a game on a dime. When the Mets and Mariners are in the middle of a great game, you can count on there being plenty of fanfare, as these are two American League powerhouses that have been battling it out on the diamond for a very long time at this point. Once the game is on the line and the Mets and Mariners are digging in, you'll see that there is just no duplicating the atmosphere from home no matter how hard you try.

New York Mets-Seattle Mariners Team Info

The Mariners have had a lot of successful seasons over the years, and they always seem to be on the brink of pulling down a pennant or a division title. Great players like Ken Griffey Jr., Randy Johnson, Edgar Martinez and Alex Rodriguez are just a few of the legends who have played for the team, and you never know when the next superstar is going to burst onto the scene. This is the type of team that always has plenty of talent on the roster, particularly recently in an exciting era that has some up-and-coming stars to go along with established veterans who know how to change they dynamic of a big game in a real hurry.

The Mets, on the other hand, have also been a part of the sports culture of New York for generations thanks to a steady stream of great players and memorable seasons, including a couple of World Series titles. When these two clash on the diamond, you have two established teams that have passionate fan bases for a reason, and you'll understand that loud and clear if you come out to see what all the buzz is about.

MLB Experience

When it comes to seeing a great sporting event packed with amazing athletes, you've definitely come to the right place, as Major League Baseball brings together some of the best ballplayers all over the world. Come out and see a game packed with clutch hits, great catches and electrifying stolen bases that you'll have to see first-hand to truly appreciate. When you're in the stands for a highly anticipated matchup in the latter innings, you'll understand why this is still a premier spectator sport, as this is a game that springs to a completely different level when you get a chance to see the action up close and personal.

Mets-Mariners History

There have been many great Mariners over the years and they've built a tradition of excellence around Seattle, making them one of the staples of the local sports scene and a team that has plenty of fanfare surrounding their team each and every year. Safeco Field is often considered the stadium that Ken Griffey Jr. built, as the superstar centerfielder wrapped up his career as one of the greatest players in the history of the game. Guys like Ichiro Suzuki also set plenty of records while in the batter's box for the Mariners, and they've built a major tradition of excellence over the years.

MLB tickets to see the New York Mets, on the other hand, were never hotter than in 1969, when the Miracle Mets won the World Series and put together a season that fans still talk about to this day, winning another one in 1986. Great players to dominate for the franchise include Daryl Strawberry, Doc Gooden, Tom Seaver, Keith Hernandez and more, with more recent stars like David Wright helping to carry the torch for a new generation. With both teams looking to get back to the top of their respective divisions, this is an exciting matchup with plenty of promise from one game to the next.

Mets-Mariners Trivia

Did you know that Seattle star Edgar Martinez won the Silver Slugger Award five different times?

When Martinez was digging in for the Mariners, few in the league were close to as proficient at the plate as he was, as he won the batting title twice, was a seven time All-Star and was responsible for the biggest hit in Seattle history, when he hit a double that scored Ken Griffey Jr. to beat the Yankees in the '95 ALDS.

Mets-Mariners Fans

Whether it's Citi Field in New York or Safeco Field in Seattle, this is a game you simply don't want to miss if you're a fan of either team, as the Mariners and Mets both have rosters popping with talented stars that can turn a game on a dime. Put down the remote and hit up the stands so you can actually feel the pulse of the crowd in an amazing game loaded with memorable plays destined for the highlight reels. With some of the best ballplayers in the world on the field and lots excitement in the stands, it doesn't get any better than this.

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