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Memorable Seattle Mariners games to re-air throughout month of May


As the sports world remains on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, Seattle Mariners fans will be able to relive their favorite games for the immediate future.

The club’s broadcast partners, 710 ESPN Seattle and ROOT Sports, will be re-airing classic Mariners games until the end of May. Beginning Wednesday, they will be broadcasting every night starting at 7 PDT, according to a team press release.

The full schedules for radio and TV can be found at

On 710 ESPN, some of the classic games include Ken Griffey Sr. and Jr. hitting back-to-back home runs in September of 1990 (May 11) and Randy Johnson striking out 19 Oakland A’s in June of 1997 (May 28). Ichiro Suzuki setting an MLB record for most hits in a season back in 2004 (May 27) and his final game with the Mariners in Tokyo (May 29) are among the contests airing on ROOT Sports.

In addition to 710 ESPN and ROOT Sports, classic Mariners game will air on select stations on the Mariners Radio Network.

Classic Mariners home openers had previously re-aired on ROOT Sports earlier this spring in wake of the COVID-19 crisis postponing the MLB season.

Ben Arthur covers sports for SeattlePI. He can be reached by email at be************@se*******.com. Follow him on twitter at @benyarthur


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