The Seattle Mariners host ‘Fan Appreciation Weekend’ at T-Mobile Park October 1-3

With the Seattle Mariners making their exciting post-season push, the team will host their annual “Fan Appreciation Weekend” October 1-3 at T-Mobile Park to thank fans for their support throughout the season.

To kick off events, Friday, October 1st is the Fan Appreciation Night presented by Toyota Dealers West Washington. As a thank you gift, the first 10,000 fans through the gates for the 7:10pm game will receive a team poster with a preview of the 2022 season.

The pre-game gala begins at 6:30 p.m. Baseball Writers of America in Seattle will present annual team awards, such as pitcher of the year, player of the year and more. Outfielder Mitch Haniger will also receive a Heart & Hustle Award from the Major League Baseball Alumni Association (MLBPAA).

SEATTLE, WA – SEPTEMBER 28: Mitch Hanegger #17 of the Seattle Mariners hits home alone during the seventh inning against Oakland Athletics at T-Mobile Park on September 28, 2021 in Seattle, Washington. Mariners won 4-2. (Photo by Alica Jenner/Getty Images)

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The following evening, Saturday, October 2, sailors will greet season ticket holders. Season ticket holders appreciation night begins early – although the first pitch doesn’t happen until 6:10 pm – with gates open for season ticket holders at 3:10 pm for exclusive access to batting practice.

Season ticket holders are also invited to an exclusive autograph session with top clients including Julio Rodriguez, Kid Marlowe, Isaiah Campbell and more. Perks will be 50% off until 4:10pm after which season ticket holders will get 25% off perks and Team Store merchandise for the rest of the night. Season ticket holders also have a chance to win big on Saturday night. In addition to the Prize Wheel, all Season Ticket members present will automatically be entered to win prizes that will be randomly drawn during the game. Prizes include a TV, smartphone, autographed T-shirts, Mariners Team Store gift cards, and more.

Saturday is also the Oktoberfest at the stadium. Tickets for special events include a pre-match party at the “Pen” featuring live music, dancing, a free drink, and a Mariners Stein memorial. Oktoberfest tickets are still available on both the main and show levels.

SEATTLE, WA - SEPTEMBER 28: General view of the main banners for All-Star Week in the Seattle Mariners as fans hold a poster that reads "Believe" During the game between the Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics at T-Mobile Park on September 28, 2021 in Seattle, Washington.  (Photo by Alica Jenner/Getty Images)
SEATTLE, WA – SEPTEMBER 28: A general view of the Seattle Mariners’ home signs at All-Star Week as fans hold a poster that reads “Believe” during the game between the Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics at T-Mobile Park on September 28, 2021 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Alica Jenner/Getty Images)

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Weekend rounds with Kids Appreciation Day take place on Sunday, October 3 when the Mariners play their last game of the regular season against the Los Angeles Angels at 12:10 p.m. All kids under 12 will be welcomed at the gate with a free Kyle Lewis. T-shirt, courtesy of Boeing. Kids can also enter to win prizes that will be randomly drawn throughout the game. Prizes include signed merchandise and the chance to throw the first pitch in next season’s game.

With only four games left in the season, the Mariners are hoping for a post-season appearance, their first in 20 years. The Mariners are currently sitting 0.5 game behind Wild Card’s second spot. With the New York Yankees confident of taking the lead, the Mariners are hoping to beat the Boston Red Sox for second.

The top two Wild Card teams in each league play each other in a playoff match, facing the top seeded winner of the Divison Series. Currently, the top seed in the American Western League Division, which the Mariners will play if they reach and win a Wild Card game, are the Houston Astros.

The Mariners play another game against the Oakland Athletics, the last of a three-game streak in which Seattle won their first two games. The final three games of the season will host the Los Angeles Angels at T-Mobile Park. The last time the Mariners met the Angels, last weekend in Los Angeles, the Mariners won the series, winning two of three games.



Tickets are still available for all four remaining games. After attending a meager just over 12,000 on Tuesday night, the team is encouraging a big turnout at the end of its exciting season.



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