Seattle Mariners Top-10 Games In Team History

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8. Mike Cameron ends a 19 inning marathon (August 1, 2000)

You always love to watch extra inning games, but when a game goes into 19 innings its just awesome to watch. I went to that game and stayed through all 19 innings and when Mike Cameron hit his walk off solo shot off former M’s pitcher Jeff Fassero to win one of the greatest extra inning games in M’s history and to celebrate with the 10,000+ that were still there it was just unreal.

7. Father and son go back-to-back (September 14, 1990)

Watching players go back-to-back is special but when Ken Griffey, Sr., and Jr did it against the Angels that was more special. There have only been 21 perfect games that have been pitched but when are you going to see a father and a son hit back-to-back home runs?

The Mariners may have lost that game but that moment shined above the Angels winning the game.

6. Randy Johnson pitches the first no-no in M’s history (June 2, 1990)

Who better to throw the first no hitter in Mariners history then the Big Unit Randy Johnson? This game saw Johnson go out and just dominate the Detroit Tigers. Johnson walked six Tiger batters but he had help to get him out of jams.

Jr made a catch in center that saved the no hit bid for Johnson. Randy would strike out 8 hitters including Mike Heath for the final out of the ball game.