Seattle MarinersT-Mobile Park Where do the Seattle Mariners play baseball?T-Mobile Park
T-Mobile Park is a retractable roof ballpark located in Seattle, Washington and it is the home of the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball (MLB). T-Mobile, formerly known as Safeco Park, has a seating capacity of 47,929. Like most ballparks built from the 1990s onward, T-Mobile Park is a 'retro-modern' style ballpark that incorporates many of the features of ballparks built in the 1950s and earlier with modern amenities. T-Mobile Park has a unique retractable roof that only acts as an "umbrella" for the playing field and stands, rather than forming a complete climate-controlled enclosure, as is the case with all other retractable roofs in Major League Baseball. The park rarely needs to be heated or cooled due to Seattle's mild climate, but frequent precipitation necessitated a roof.
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Seattle Mariners FAQ
What is the capacity of T-Mobile Park?
T-Mobile has a seating capacity of 47,943.
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When did T-Mobile Park Open?
T-Mobile Park opened on July 15, 1999.
When did the Seattle Mariners join the MLB?
The Seattle Mariners were founded in 1977.