T-Mobile Park

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T-Mobile Park
Location Seattle, Washington
Opened July 15, 1999
Other Names Safeco Field (1999-2018)
Tenants Seattle Mariners (1999-present)

T-Mobile Park is a retractable roof baseball park located in Seattle, Washington. Owned and operated by the Washington State Major League Baseball Stadium Public Facilities District, it is the home stadium of the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball (MLB) and has a seating capacity of 47,929 for baseball. It is located in Seattle's SoDo neighborhood, near the western terminus of Interstate 90.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
Major League Baseball July 15, 1999 Seattle Mariners vs. San Diego Padres Program
2000 Seattle Mariners Program
Seattle Mariners vs. Chicago White Sox ALDS
Seattle Mariners vs. New York Yankees ALCS Program
2001 Seattle Mariners vs. New York Yankees ALCS Program
College football December 27, 2001 2001 Seattle Bowl (Stanford Cardinal vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets) Program
Major League Baseball 2017 Seattle Mariners Program
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