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Mariners announce 2014 tentative schedule

Post by Ryan Divish on Sep. 10, 2013 at 10:13 am with 2 Comments »
September 10, 2013 2:32 pm

The Mariners’ tentative 2014 schedule has been released. The Mariners open the season in Anaheim on March 31. (Yay, No Oakland!) and then travel to Oakland after that (boooo!).

The last time the Mariners opened up the season at home was in 2008 when they faced the Texas Rangers with Erik Bedard making the opening day start. That decision was the first of many not smart ones by manager John McLaren.

From 1995 to 2008, the Mariners started the season at home every but one – 2003.

The home opener is on April 8 against the Angels.

The Mariners will have interleague series with the National League East, meaning the Nationals, Braves and Mets will all come to Safeco. They will travel to Atlanta, Philadelphia and Miami

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  1. Hey Div, off the top of your head, when was the last time the M’s opened at home?

  2. Quinault says:

    I say we hire Ozzie Guillen as manager next year. That would make the Miami visit comfortable. We have gone from Team Japan to Team Venezuela anyway. But Guti has got to walk.

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