Seattle Mariners Release 2015 Schedule


Major League Baseball has released the 2015 regular season schedule. The Seattle Mariners will open at home for the first time since 2008 when they host the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on Monday April 6, 2015.

The season ends at home as well with a six-game homestand against the Houston Astros and the Oakland Athletics. The final game of the 2015 regular season is set for Sunday October 4, 2015.

Let’s take a quick look at some of the highlights on the schedule.

– April 15: The Mariners will be at Dodger Stadium finishing an Interleague series with the Los Angeles Dodgers on Jackie Robinson Day. It will mark the 68th anniversary of Robinson breaking the MLB color barrier, becoming the first African-American to play Major League Baseball.

– May 12-13: The Mariners host the San Diego Padres in a two-game series. The Mariners will play teams from the National League West for Interleague play in 2015.

The Mariners play 25 of their first 31 games against AL West Division rivals. The only exceptions are three games in LA against the Dodgers and three games at home against the Minnesota Twins.

– May 14-17: The Boston Red Sox make the trip to Safeco Field for a four-game series.

– June 1-3: The Mariners play host to the New York Yankees for the first time in 20 years, without Derek Jeter.

– June 15-18: The Mariners play two games at AT&T Park in San Francisco against the Giants, then follow with two games against the Giants at home.

– July 14: The 86th All-Star Game will be played at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati.

– July 17-19: The Mariners start the 2nd half of the season with three games in the Bronx against the Yankees.

– July 27-29: The Arizona Diamondbacks make the trip to Safeco Field for a 3-game series.

– August 3-5: The Mariners head to Coors Field for a series with the Colorado Rockies.

– August 14-16: The Mariners head to Fenway for the only time in 2015 to face the Red Sox.

September sees the Mariners play 31 of their 27 games against AL West opponents as they hopefully are in the midst of another playoff chase.

– September 11-13: The Colorado Rockies make the return trip for a 3-game series at Safeco.

– September 28 – October 4: The Mariners are at home for the final six games of the season. Three against the Astros and three with the A’s.

The Mariners have 11 homestands. The longest is 11 games from May 28 through June 7. With games against the Indians, Yankees and Rays. The Mariners have 10 road trips.

The longest being 10 games in 11 days, which they do twice. The first is April 27 through May 7th with games in Arlington, Houston and Los Angeles. The other is August 27 through September 6th with games in Chicago, Houston and Oakland.

More games could be considered noteworthy after this season concludes and players change teams. We’ll keep you updated on any changes to the schedule if they arise.