1977 Seattle Mariners
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record64–98 (.395)
Divisional place6th
Other information
Owner(s)Danny Kaye
General manager(s)Dick Vertlieb/Lou Gorman
Manager(s)Darrell Johnson
Local televisionKING-TV 5 (NBC)
Local radioKVI 570 AM
(Dave Niehaus, Ken Wilson)
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The 1977 Seattle Mariners season was the first season in franchise history, which was established via the 1977 Major League Baseball expansion. The creation of the Mariners brought baseball back to Seattle, which had been without a major league team since the Seattle Pilots left for Milwaukee to become the Brewers in April 1970.

The Mariners ended the 1977 season by narrowly avoiding last place (held by the Oakland A's), finishing sixth in the American League West with a record of 64–98 (.395), 38 games behind the AL West champion Kansas City Royals.

Offseason

Regular season

The first game

Linescore

April 6, Kingdome, Seattle, Washington

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
California 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 7 9 1
Seattle 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 2
W: Frank Tanana (1–0)  L: Diego Seguí (0–1)  
HRs: Joe Rudi (1)

Boxscore

Batting
California Angels AB R H RBI Seattle Mariners AB R H RBI
Remy, 2b 3 1 0 0 Collins, DH 4 0 0 0
Grich, ss 4 0 0 0 Báez, 2B 4 0 2 0
Bonds, rf 5 1 0 0 Braun, LF 3 0 1 0
Baylor, dh 3 1 1 1 Stanton, RF 4 0 1 0
Rudi, lf 5 1 3 4 Stein, 3B 4 0 2 0
Solaita, 1b 5 0 1 0 Meyer, 1B 4 0 0 0
Bochte, cf 3 2 2 0 Jones, CF 4 0 0 0
Chalk, 3b 5 0 1 0 Stinson, C 3 0 1 0
Humphrey, c 4 1 1 2 Reynolds, SS 4 0 2 0
Totals 37 7 9 7 Totals 34 0 9 0
Pitching
California Angels IP H R ER BB SO Seattle Mariners IP H R ER BB SO
Tanana, W, (1–0) 9.0 9 0 0 2 9 Seguí, L, (0–1) 3.2 5 6 4 3 3
Montague 5.1 4 1 1 3 3
Totals 9.0 9 0 0 2 9 Totals 9.0 9 7 5 6 6

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Other notable events

Season standings

AL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Kansas City Royals 102 60 0.630 55–26 47–34
Texas Rangers 94 68 0.580 8 44–37 50–31
Chicago White Sox 90 72 0.556 12 48–33 42–39
Minnesota Twins 84 77 0.522 17½ 48–32 36–45
California Angels 74 88 0.457 28 39–42 35–46
Seattle Mariners 64 98 0.395 38 29–52 35–46
Oakland Athletics 63 98 0.391 38½ 35–46 28–52

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team BAL BOS CAL CWS CLE DET KC MIL MIN NYY OAK SEA TEX TOR
Baltimore 6–8 5–6 5–5 11–4 12–3 4–7 11–4 6–4 8–7 8–2 7–3 4–6 10–5
Boston 8–6 7–3 3–7 8–7 9–6 5–5 9–6 4–6 8–7 8–3 10–1 6–4 12–3
California 6–5 3–7 8–7 6–4 4–6 6–9 5–5 7–8 4–7 5–10 9–6 5–10 6–4
Chicago 5–5 7–3 7–8 6–4 4–6 8–7 6–5 10–5 3–7 10–5 10–5 6–9 8–3
Cleveland 4–11 7–8 4–6 4–6 8–7 3–7 11–4 2–9 3–12 7–3 7–3 2–9 9–5
Detroit 3–12 6–9 6–4 6–4 7–8 3–8 10–5 5–5 6–9 5–5 5–6 2–8 10–5
Kansas City 7–4 5–5 9–6 7–8 7–3 8–3 8–2 10–5 5–5 9–6 11–4 8–7 8–2
Milwaukee 4–11 6–9 5–5 5–6 4–11 5–10 2–8 3–8 8–7 5–5 7–3 5–5 8–7
Minnesota 4–6 6–4 8–7 5–10 9–2 5–5 5–10 8–3 2–8 8–6 7–8 8–7 9–1
New York 7–8 7–8 7–4 7–3 12–3 9–6 5–5 7–8 8–2 9–2 6–4 7–3 9–6
Oakland 2–8 3–8 10–5 5–10 3–7 5–5 6–9 5–5 6–8 2–9 7–8 2–13 7–3
Seattle 3–7 1–10 6–9 5–10 3–7 6–5 4–11 3–7 8–7 4–6 8–7 9–6 4–6
Texas 6–4 4–6 10–5 9–6 9–2 8–2 7–8 5–5 7–8 3–7 13–2 6–9 7–4
Toronto 5–10 3–12 4–6 3–8 5–9 5–10 2–8 7–8 1–9 6–9 3–7 6–4 4–7


Notable transactions

Roster

1977 Seattle Mariners
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Game log

1977 Game Log
April
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 6 California Angels 0–7 Tanana (1–0) Segui (0–1) 57,762 0–1
2 April 7 California Angels 0–2 Ryan (1–0) Romo (0–1) 10,144 0–2
3 April 8 California Angels 7–6 Laxton (1–0) Verhoeven (0–1) 11,845 1–2
4 April 9 California Angels 5–1 Wheelock (1–0) Simpson (0–1) Montague (1) 27,668 2–2
5 April 10 California Angels 5–12 Tanana (2–0) Abbott (0–1) 10,405 2–3
6 April 11 Minnesota Twins 3–12 Zahn (1–0) Segui (0–2) 8,979 2–4
7 April 12 Minnesota Twins 2–3 Schueler (1–1) Laxton (1–1) Burgmeier (2) 8,589 2–5
8 April 13 Minnesota Twins 3–2 Moore (1–0) Burgmeier (0–1) 11,635 3–5
9 April 14 Minnesota Twins 4–3 Wheelock (2–0) Redfern (0–2) Montague (2) 9,167 4–5
10 April 15 @ California Angels 0–7 Ryan (2–1) Abbott (0–2) 34,654 4–6
11 April 16 @ California Angels 4–6 Hartzell (1–0) Montague (0–1) Kirkwood (1) 19,690 4–7
12 April 17 @ California Angels 11–7 Kekich (1–0) Monge (0–1) Pagan (1) 13,813 5–7
13 April 18 Texas Rangers 8–6 Thomas (1–0) Alexander (1–1) Laxton (1) 9,535 6–7
14 April 19 Texas Rangers 1–3 Lindblad (1–0) Wheelock (2–1) 10,947 6–8
15 April 20 Texas Rangers 2–5 Briles (1–0) Montague (0–2) Devine (1) 10,763 6–9
16 April 22 Kansas City Royals 5–6 Littell (2–1) Pagan (0–1) Gura (2) 19,756 6–10
17 April 23 Kansas City Royals 6–8 Leonard (1–0) Segui (0–3) Gura (3) 22,685 6–11
18 April 24 Kansas City Royals 1–16 Colborn (3–1) Wheelock (2–2) DH 6–12
19 April 24 Kansas City Royals 4–2 Montague (1–2) Splittorff (1–1) 21,734 7–12
20 April 26 @ Minnesota Twins 3–5 Burgmeier (2–1) Thomas (1–1) Johnson (2) 3,422 7–13
21 April 27 @ Minnesota Twins 3–5 Johnson (3–0) Moore (1–1) Burgmeier (3) 3,170 7–14
22 April 28 @ Minnesota Twins 4–3 Montague (2–2) Goltz (0–2) 3,766 8–14
23 April 29 @ New York Yankees 0–3 Guidry (2–0) Thomas (1–2) Lyle (5) 15,284 8–15
24 April 30 @ New York Yankees 2–7 Figueroa (2–2) Wheelock (2–3) 19,525 8–16
May
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
25 May 1 @ New York Yankees 2–5 Holtzman (2–1) Abbott (0–3) Lyle (6) 20,477 8–17
26 May 3 @ Boston Red Sox 10–8 Montague (3–2) Wise (1–2) Pagan (2) 12,422 9–17
27 May 4 @ Boston Red Sox 2–5 Cleveland (2–2) Thomas (1–3) Campbell (3) 11,408 9–18
28 May 5 @ Boston Red Sox 2–5 Jenkins (4–1) Segui (0–4) 10,358 9–19
29 May 6 @ Baltimore Orioles 1–4 Grimsley (3–1) Abbott (0–4) 4,402 9–20
30 May 7 @ Baltimore Orioles 2–4 May (3–3) Jones (0–1) Flanagan (1) 16,212 9–21
31 May 8 @ Baltimore Orioles 4–6 Palmer (5–1) Pole (0–1) McGregor (1) 9,638 9–22
32 May 9 @ Toronto Blue Jays 4–10 Singer (2–4) Thomas (1–4) 11,680 9–23
33 May 10 @ Toronto Blue Jays 3–9 Garvin (5–0) Montague (3–3) 13,017 9–24
34 May 11 New York Yankees 5–2 Laxton (2–1) Holtzman (2–2) Romo (1) 23,978 10–24
35 May 12 New York Yankees 8–6 Moore (2–1) Hunter (1–2) 42,132 11–24
36 May 13 Boston Red Sox 5–7 Willoughby (3–0) Romo (0–2) Campbell (4) 20,523 11–25
37 May 14 Boston Red Sox 4–8 Stanley (3–0) Thomas (1–5) Campbell (5) 52,485 11–26
38 May 15 Boston Red Sox 4–5 Lee (1–0) Jones (0–2) Campbell (6) 47,353 11–27
39 May 16 Baltimore Orioles 8–3 Abbott (1–4) Palmer (5–3) Kekich (1) 10,388 12–27
40 May 17 Baltimore Orioles 10–2 Romo (1–2) May (4–4) 10,920 13–27
41 May 19 @ Oakland Athletics 3–0 Pagan (1–1) Langford (3–3) 2,179 14–27
42 May 20 @ Oakland Athletics 5–14 Medich (3–2) Jones (0–3) 2,660 14–28
43 May 21 @ Oakland Athletics 7–6 Kekich (2–0) Lacey (1–1) 3,230 15–28
44 May 22 @ Oakland Athletics 6–2 Pole (1–1) Blue (3–4) Romo (2) 3,138 16–28
45 May 24 @ Cleveland Indians 5–7 Waits (2–0) Romo (1–3) Kern (4) 5,576 16–29
46 May 25 @ Cleveland Indians 1–2 Eckersley (4–3) Laxton (2–2) 4,516 16–30
47 May 27 @ Detroit Tigers 2–1 Abbott (2–4) Fidrych (0–1) Kekich (2) 44,207 17–30
48 May 28 @ Detroit Tigers 3–1 Pole (2–1) Rozema (4–2) Laxton (2) 15,820 18–30
49 May 29 @ Detroit Tigers 6–4 Thomas (2–5) Foucault (3–2) 11,778 19–30
50 May 30 @ Texas Rangers 7–4 Romo (2–3) Blyleven (4–6) Laxton (3) DH 20–30
51 May 30 @ Texas Rangers 9–3 Montague (4–3) Perry (4–5) Segui (1) 17,844 21–30
June
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
52 June 1 Oakland Athletics 3–6 Medich (5–2) Abbott (2–5) Coleman (2) 14,350 21–31
53 June 2 Oakland Athletics 0–1 Norris (2–1) Pole (2–2) 10,712 21–32
54 June 3 Cleveland Indians 1–7 Eckersley (6–3) Jones (0–4) Kern (5) 19,438 21–33
55 June 4 Cleveland Indians 5–7 Waits (3–0) Kekich (2–1) Monge (3) 24,074 21–34
56 June 5 Cleveland Indians 6–1 Montague (5–3) Bibby (4–3) 14,167 22–34
57 June 7 Detroit Tigers 2–5 Rozema (6–2) Abbott (2–6) Foucault (5) 10,050 22–35
58 June 8 Detroit Tigers 3–2 Kekich (3–1) Hiller (3–6) 11,211 23–35
59 June 9 Detroit Tigers 2–1 Romo (3–3) Sykes (0–2) 10,840 24–35
60 June 10 Toronto Blue Jays 3–4 Lemanczyk (4–5) Montague (5–4) Willis (4) 11,786 24–36
61 June 11 Toronto Blue Jays 4–5 Johnson (2–2) Romo (3–4) 21,318 24–37
62 June 12 Toronto Blue Jays 5–2 Pole (3–2) Vuckovich (2–5) 28,412 25–37
63 June 14 Oakland Athletics 3–6 Torrealba (3–0) House (1–1) Lacey (3) 13,764 25–38
64 June 15 Oakland Athletics 6–5 Kekich (4–1) Torrealba (3–1) 14,248 26–38
65 June 16 Oakland Athletics 3–1 Abbott (3–6) Langford (4–5) 11,097 27–38
66 June 17 @ Texas Rangers 2–1 Pole (4–2) Marshall (2–1) House (1) DH 28–38
67 June 17 @ Texas Rangers 6–8 Briles (3–3) Wheelock (2–4) Devine (3) 21,577 28–39
68 June 18 @ Texas Rangers 6–1 Jones (1–4) Blyleven (6–8) 17,352 29–39
69 June 19 @ Texas Rangers 2–1 Romo (4–4) Perry (6–6) 12,465 30–39
70 June 20 @ Kansas City Royals 4–2 Wheelock (3–4) Leonard (4–8) Romo (3) 21,475 31–39
71 June 21 @ Kansas City Royals 3–13 Colborn (8–7) Abbott (3–7) 10,958 31–40
72 June 22 @ Kansas City Royals 3–4 Bird (3–1) Pole (4–3) Littell (8) 22,140 31–41
73 June 23 @ Kansas City Royals 8–6 Romo (5–4) Littell (5–3) 13,520 32–41
74 June 24 @ Milwaukee Brewers 1–7 Sorensen (1–1) Montague (5–5) 11,625 32–42
75 June 25 @ Milwaukee Brewers 8–3 Wheelock (4–4) Haas (4–5) Romo (4) 19,572 33–42
76 June 26 @ Milwaukee Brewers 6–8 Caldwell (1–0) Romo (5–5) 19,699 33–43
77 June 27 @ Chicago White Sox 4–10 Kravec (3–2) Pole (4–4) Johnson (1) 16,026 33–44
78 June 28 @ Chicago White Sox 4–10 Barrios (7–3) Montague (5–6) 8,365 33–45
79 June 29 @ Chicago White Sox 3–1 House (2–1) Wood (1–2) Romo (5) 15,415 34–45
July
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
80 July 1 Milwaukee Brewers 1–2 Haas (5–5) Wheelock (4–5) 16,119 34–46
81 July 2 Milwaukee Brewers 2–1 Abbott (4–7) Slaton (6–7) Kekich (3) 24,466 35–46
82 July 3 Milwaukee Brewers 3–10 Augustine (9–9) Pole (4–5) 16,226 35–47
83 July 4 Chicago White Sox 2–6 Barrios (8–3) Montague (5–7) 10,897 35–48
84 July 5 Chicago White Sox 1–4 Stone (9–6) House (2–2) LaGrow (13) 14,032 35–49
85 July 6 Chicago White Sox 2–4 Wood (3–2) Wheelock (4–6) 21,526 35–50
86 July 8 @ Minnesota Twins 13–11 Laxton (3–2) Thormodsgard (6–5) Romo (6) 11,966 36–50
87 July 9 @ Minnesota Twins 5–2 Pole (5–5) Goltz (9–6) Romo (7) 23,401 37–50
88 July 10 @ Minnesota Twins 0–15 Zahn (7–7) Thomas (2–6) 34,213 37–51
89 July 11 @ Oakland Athletics 1–8 Coleman (1–0) House (2–3) Lacey (5) 8,760 37–52
90 July 12 @ Oakland Athletics 2–3 Blue (7–11) Romo (5–6) 5,299 37–53
91 July 13 @ Oakland Athletics 3–1 Abbott (5–7) Langford (7–8) 4,529 38–53
92 July 14 @ California Angels 4–1 Pole (6–5) Brett (6–8) Romo (8) 11,400 39–53
93 July 15 @ California Angels 6–2 House (3–3) Nolan (4–3) 11,383 40–53
94 July 16 @ California Angels 4–5 Ryan (13–8) Romo (5–7) 29,068 40–54
95 July 17 @ California Angels 8–7 Kekich (5–1) LaRoche (6–3) 10,879 41–54
96 July 21 Oakland Athletics 4–3 Abbott (6–7) Langford (7–10) Romo (9) 17,382 42–54
97 July 22 Oakland Athletics 3–5 Blue (9–11) Pole (6–6) Lacey (6) 13,960 42–55
98 July 23 Oakland Athletics 10–3 Wheelock (5–6) Norris (2–7) 12,216 43–55
99 July 24 California Angels 1–3 Hartzell (4–6) House (3–4) Miller (3) DH 43–56
100 July 24 California Angels 3–4 Simpson (5–7) Galasso (0–1) LaRoche (10) 25,344 43–57
101 July 25 California Angels 2–7 Ryan (14–9) Pole (6–7) 10,886 43–58
102 July 26 Minnesota Twins 9–7 Abbott (7–7) Thormodsgard (7–8) Segui (2) 12,017 44–58
103 July 27 Minnesota Twins 1–4 Redfern (4–5) House (3–5) 16,869 44–59
104 July 28 Minnesota Twins 5–2 Wheelock (6–6) Zahn (9–8) Montague (3) 11,759 45–59
105 July 29 Baltimore Orioles 4–5 Drago (4–3) Kekich (5–2) 14,313 45–60
106 July 30 Baltimore Orioles 3–5 Martinez (9–6) Montague (5–8) 31,609 45–61
107 July 31 Baltimore Orioles 6–1 Abbott (8–7) Palmer (12–9) 11,464 46–61
August
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
108 August 2 Boston Red Sox 2–3 Campbell (11–7) Montague (5–9) 24,344 46–62
109 August 3 Boston Red Sox 12–4 Paxton (5–2) Wheelock (6–7) 21,152 46–63
110 August 5 New York Yankees 5–3 Pole (7–7) Figueroa (10–8) Romo (10) 36,833 47–63
111 August 6 New York Yankees 9–2 Abbott (9–7) Hunter (6–7) 42,146 48–63
112 August 7 New York Yankees 1–7 Torrez (11–10) Montague (5–10) 29,412 48–64
113 August 8 @ Chicago White Sox 4–5 Wiles (1–0) Romo (5–8) 17,047 48–65
114 August 9 @ Chicago White Sox 3–13 Stone (12–7) Wheelock (6–8) 12,294 48–66
115 August 10 @ Baltimore Orioles 4–5 May (13–10) Pole (7–8) Drago (5) 7,579 48–67
116 August 11 @ Baltimore Orioles 3–4 Drago (5–3) Romo (5–9) 7,893 48–68
117 August 12 @ Boston Red Sox 2–7 Wise (9–4) Mitchell (0–4) 27,005 48–69
118 August 13 @ Boston Red Sox 6–13 Jenkins (9–7) Galasso (0–2) 34,095 48–70
119 August 14 @ Boston Red Sox 1–11 Paxton (6–2) Wheelock (6–9) 31,223 48–71
120 August 15 @ Detroit Tigers 1–13 Sykes (3–4) Pole (7–9) 14,414 48–72
121 August 16 @ Detroit Tigers 3–2 Abbott (10–7) Morris (1–1) 9,065 49–72
122 August 17 @ Minnesota Twins 3–2 Mitchell (1–4) Zahn (11–10) Romo (11) 11,739 50–72
123 August 18 @ Minnesota Twins 2–8 Thormodsgard (10–9) Galasso (0–3) 13,884 50–73
124 August 19 Detroit Tigers 4–6 Rozema (14–4) Pole (7–10) Taylor (1) 19,698 50–74
125 August 20 Detroit Tigers 3–7 Wilcox (5–0) Abbott (10–8) 55,670 50–75
126 August 21 Detroit Tigers 4–5 Crawford (5–5) Mitchell (1–5) Hiller (6) 15,373 50–76
127 August 22 Cleveland Indians 1–12 Bibby (10–10) Galasso (0–4) DH 50–77
128 August 22 Cleveland Indians 4–3 Montague (6–10) Garland (10–15) 12,347 51–77
129 August 24 Toronto Blue Jays 0–7 Garvin (9–13) Pole (7–11) DH 51–78
130 August 24 Toronto Blue Jays 3–9 Jefferson (8–13) Abbott (10–9) 13,253 51–79
131 August 26 @ Cleveland Indians 4–2 Romo (6–9) Kern (6–8) 6,707 52–79
132 August 27 @ Cleveland Indians 0–10 Eckersley (13–10) Galasso (0–5) 7,876 52–80
133 August 28 @ Cleveland Indians 6–10 Bibby (11–10) Abbott (10–10) 9,599 52–81
134 August 30 @ New York Yankees 5–6 Lyle (11–4) Segui (0–5) 20,116 52–82
135 August 31 @ New York Yankees 4–5 Lyle (12–4) Galasso (0–6) 17,362 52–83
September/October
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
136 September 2 @ Toronto Blue Jays 4–3 Abbott (11–10) Lemanczyk (10–13) 13,502 53–83
137 September 3 @ Toronto Blue Jays 6–2 Montague (7–10) Jefferson (8–14) Romo (12) 15,109 54–83
138 September 4 @ Toronto Blue Jays 7–2 Mitchell (2–5) Garvin (9–14) 17,084 55–83
139 September 5 Kansas City Royals 4–8 Colborn (16–13) Pole (7–12) 11,750 55–84
140 September 6 Kansas City Royals 0–10 Splittorff (13–6) Honeycutt (0–1) 7,191 55–85
141 September 7 Kansas City Royals 7–10 Littell (7–4) Romo (6–10) Bird (11) 7,814 55–86
142 September 8 Kansas City Royals 2–7 Leonard (16–11) Montague (7–11) 7,785 55–87
143 September 9 Texas Rangers 8–3 House (4–5) Perry (12–12) 8,245 56–87
144 September 10 Texas Rangers 2–5 Alexander (14–10) Mitchell (2–6) DH 56–88
145 September 10 Texas Rangers 1–7 Moret (3–2) Kekich (5–3) 12,800 56–89
146 September 11 Texas Rangers 6–4 Romo (7–10) Lindblad (4–4) 8,363 57–89
147 September 13 Milwaukee Brewers 5–6 Beare (3–3) Abbott (11–11) McClure (6) 7,595 57–90
148 September 14 Milwaukee Brewers 5–8 Rodriguez (4–6) Erardi (0–1) 5,718 57–91
149 September 16 @ Kansas City Royals 4–1 Medich (11–6) Pattin (8–3) 19,072 58–91
150 September 17 @ Kansas City Royals 5–7 Gura (7–5) Segui (0–6) 27,067 58–92
151 September 18 @ Kansas City Royals 3–8 Leonard (18–11) Abbott (11–12) 33,397 58–93
152 September 20 @ Milwaukee Brewers 1–5 Slaton (10–14) Montague (7–12) 3,004 58–94
153 September 21 @ Milwaukee Brewers 11–4 Romo (8–10) Augustine (12–17) 3,008 59–94
154 September 22 Chicago White Sox 4–5 Renko (6–2) Burke (0–1) LaGrow (24) 8,211 59–95
155 September 23 Chicago White Sox 3–2 House (5–5) Barrios (14–6) Montague (4) 9,731 60–95
156 September 24 Chicago White Sox 3–8 Kravec (10–8) Segui (0–7) 17,636 60–96
157 September 25 Chicago White Sox 5–4 Medich (12–6) Stone (15–12) Romo (13) 11,589 61–96
158 September 28 @ Texas Rangers 1–3 Perry (15–12) Abbott (11–13) 4,860 61–97
159 September 29 @ Texas Rangers 2–1 Mitchell (3–6) Alexander (17–11) Romo (14) 4,714 62–97
160 October 1 @ Chicago White Sox 5–3 Montague (8–12) Barrios (14–7) Romo (15) DH 63–97
161 October 1 @ Chicago White Sox 1–6 Kravec (11–8) Kekich (5–4) 5,778 63–98
162 October 2 @ Chicago White Sox 3–2 Abbott (12–13) Frost (1–1) Romo (16) 20,953 64–98

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Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Bob Stinson 105 297 80 .269 8 32
1B Dan Meyer 159 582 159 .273 22 90
2B José Báez 91 305 79 .259 1 17
3B Bill Stein 151 566 144 .259 13 67
SS Craig Reynolds 135 420 104 .248 4 28
LF Steve Braun 139 451 106 .235 5 31
CF Ruppert Jones 160 597 157 .263 24 76
RF Leroy Stanton 133 454 125 .275 27 90
DH Juan Bernhardt 89 305 74 .243 7 30

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Dave Collins 120 402 96 .239 5 28
Carlos López 99 297 84 .283 8 34
Larry Milbourne 86 242 53 .219 2 21
Julio Cruz 60 199 51 .256 1 7
Skip Jutze 42 109 24 .220 3 15
Larry Cox 35 93 23 .247 2 6
Jimmy Sexton 14 37 8 .216 1 3
Ray Fosse 11 34 12 .353 0 5
Tommy Smith 21 27 7 .259 0 4
Puchy Delgado 13 22 4 .182 0 2
Kevin Pasley 4 13 5 .385 0 2
Joe Lis 9 13 3 .231 0 1
Tom McMillan 2 5 0 .000 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Glenn Abbott 36 204.1 12 13 4.45 100
Dick Pole 25 122.1 7 12 5.15 51
Gary Wheelock 17 88.1 6 9 4.89 47
Rick Jones 10 42.1 1 4 5.10 16
Paul Mitchell 9 39 3 3 4.99 20
Doc Medich 3 22.1 2 0 3.63 3
Frank MacCormack 3 7 0 0 3.86 4

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
John Montague 47 182.1 8 12 4.29 98
Diego Seguí 40 110.2 0 7 5.69 91
Tom House 26 89.1 4 5 3.93 39
Dave Pagan 24 66 1 1 6.14 30
Stan Thomas 13 58.1 2 6 6.02 14
Bob Galasso 11 35 0 6 9.00 21
Rick Honeycutt 10 29 0 1 4.34 17

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Enrique Romo 58 8 10 16 2.83 105
Bill Laxton 43 3 2 3 4.95 49
Mike Kekich 41 5 4 3 5.60 55
Tommy Moore 14 2 1 0 4.91 13
Steve Burke 6 0 1 0 2.87 6
Greg Erardi 5 0 1 0 6.00 5
Byron McLaughlin 1 0 0 0 27.00 1

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
A-Short Season Bellingham Mariners Northwest League Bobby Floyd

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Bellingham[13]

References

  1. ^ Stars and Strikes: Baseball and America in the Bicentennial Summer of '76, Dan Epstein, New York: St. Martin's Press, 2014.
  2. ^ a b Dave Johnson page at Baseball-Reference
  3. ^ Diego Segui page at Baseball Reference
  4. ^ Mike Kekich page at Baseball-Reference
  5. ^ Game log for April 6, 1977
  6. ^ Griffeys made home run history in '90 | Mariners.com: News
  7. ^ Jim Todd page at Baseball Reference
  8. ^ Tony Phillips page at Baseball Reference
  9. ^ Dave Pagan page at Baseball Reference
  10. ^ Stan Thomas page at Baseball Reference
  11. ^ Ray Fosse page at Baseball Reference
  12. ^ "1977 Seattle Mariners Schedule by Baseball Almanac".
  13. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 2nd and 3rd editions. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 1997 and 2007