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Safeco Field officially opened on July 15, 1999 in the middle of the baseball season. The retractable roof takes about 10 minutes to fully close.
Outside the stadium, try a Polish sausage with cream cheese and onion. It certainly is a Seattle specialty! Once you're inside, don't skip on the garlic fries…they're the best around!
In New York, they say Yankee Stadium is the House That Ruth Built. In Seattle, they say Safeco Field is the House That Griffey Built.
Hang out in one of the plazas that surround the field - the views here are better than in some of the upper tiers. Go Mariners!
Go to Safeco Field and get the garlic fries
The new 'Pen in centerfield has awesome views, a nice drink selection and great food from some top-flight chefs. Make sure to check it out when you go to a game. Oh, & it opens 2.5 hours before games.
never sit in the cheap seats you paid for.
Grab a microbrew!
Destroy a heaping pile of garlic fries from Grounders.
Welcome to Safeco Field! Check in using MLB.com At the Ballpark to unlock special offers and explore the stadium right from your phone. http://atmlb.com/IewZrw
Ichiro learned to hit from the left side of the plate, so he could begin each at-bat two steps closer to first base. "The Tenth Inning" premieres Tuesday, Sept. 28 on PBS.
Check out the Mariners Hall of Fame and the Museum of Pacific Northwest Baseball there at Safeco. Some interesting memorabilia.
best hot dog in Safeco Field is the Major League Dog at the Rolling Roof cafe in center field
Use MLB.com At Bat on your Android, iPhone, iPad or iPod, BlackBerry or Windows 7 device to follow all the action on the field and around the league while you are at the park. http://atmlb.com/HVhurc
Tweet your beer order to @Msbeervendor. I'll bring it to You
Listen for the funniest beer vendor! Tip accordingly!
Looking forward to seeing a baseball game here.
Take your little sister. Eat garlic fries. Have the awesomeness.
Have to check out the centre field bar. Best seats, right on the field.
Cheer, but don't cheer too loud or else you may "interfere w/ others' enjoyment of the game." Ushers can be pricks. Careful when trying to be a fan...
Awesome opening day swarm. Thanks everybody!
The best food and beer in the park are found in The Pen
The garlic fries are a must but be sure to bring some mints for after!
Be aware of bitter Mariners fans who are jealous that the away team has better fans.
M's vs Halos
Mariners game.. 'nuff said!!!
Red Sox fans = posers who have no affiliation to boston
Always a good time at the park rain or shine win or lose.
When possible watch a game standing in center field on MarinersVision.
Among the many great food options at Safeco, my favorites were the Cheddar Bratwurst w/ grilled onions and sauerkraut (best sausage/dog) and the "Ichiroll" sushi (best food name in MLB).
garlic fries. just do it!
There are tips for baseball stadiums? Just have fun! Who knows, you might see Nick Lachey (co owns the Rainiers) or a local celeb gone famous like Joel Mchale throw 1st pitch
If your a visitor from out of state. 300 level 1st base sideline deep. Enjoy the view
if you own a Nintendo DS, DS Lite, or DSi - you can bring it to the stadium and interact with the game in ways no one else in the stadium will.
Catch a Mariners game and get your picture taken with the Mariner Moose.
Get here early if you are driving, parking is not great
Watch the Seattle Mariners play while enjoying sweeping views of downtown Seattle.