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The Mariners were founded in 1977 and is one of two current MLB teams to never have played in a World Series.
The early Mariner teams, featuring players such as 1984 Rookie of the Year Alvin Davis and two-time All-Star second baseman Harold Reynolds, struggled mightily and routinely finished near the bottom of the divisional standings.
The team’s slow turnaround to respectability had its roots in the debut of center fielder Ken Griffey, Jr. in 1989. Griffey quickly became the biggest star in baseball. The team became competitive behind his skillful play and Seattle Mariners Ticket Holders became eager to fill the stadium. He joined with designated hitter Edgar Martinez, pitcher Randy Johnson, and right fielder Jay Buhner to lead Seattle to winning seasons in 1991 and 1993, but a postseason appearance eluded the team until 1995. That year, the Mariners came from 11 games behind in 6 weeks to win the American League Western Division title. In the first round of the play-offs, the Mariners staged a similarly dramatic comeback against the New York Yankees—winning the five-game series after having trailed two games to none.
The team’s postseason run ended with a loss to the Cleveland Indians in the American League Championship Series, but renewed interest from Seattle Mariners Ticket Holders spurred the construction of a new baseball-only stadium, T-Mobile Park, which opened in 1999. Mariners fans still flock to the stadium to this day waiting for the chance to see their team reach the World Series. Golden Tickets has your tickets to the best seats in the house for all Mariners home games.