2019 Seattle Mariners
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record68–94 (.420)
Divisional place5th
Other information
Owner(s)Baseball Club of Seattle, LP, represented by CEO John Stanton
Manager(s)Scott Servais
Local televisionRoot Sports Northwest
(Dave Sims, Aaron Goldsmith, Mike Blowers)
Local radioESPN-710
Seattle Mariners Radio Network
(Rick Rizzs, Aaron Goldsmith, Dave Sims)
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The 2019 Seattle Mariners season was the 43rd season in franchise history. The Mariners played their twentieth full season and twenty-first overall at T-Mobile Park, their home ballpark. The Mariners entered the season with the longest active playoff drought in the four major North American professional sports and again failed to make their first postseason appearance since 2001.[1] The Mariners started the season with a 13–2 record, their best start in franchise history. However, they went 55–92 after their great start, finishing last in the AL West for the first time since 2012 and falling out of the playoffs once again.

With the Washington Nationals winning the World Series during the 2019 postseason, the Mariners now hold the dubious distinction of being the only MLB franchise to have never played in the World Series.

Standings

American League West

AL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Houston Astros 107 55 0.660 60–21 47–34
Oakland Athletics 97 65 0.599 10 52–29 45–36
Texas Rangers 78 84 0.481 29 45–36 33–48
Los Angeles Angels 72 90 0.444 35 38–43 34–47
Seattle Mariners 68 94 0.420 39 35–46 33–48


Record against opponents


Source: AL Standings Head-to-head
Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 7–12 3–3 3–4 3–4 2–4 3–3 4–3 0–6 2–17 1–6 3–4 7–12 1–6 8–11 7–13
Boston 12–7 5–2 3–3 5–2 2–4 5–1 4–3 3–3 5–14 4–3 4–3 7–12 4–3 11–8 10–10
Chicago 3–3 2–5 11–8 12–6 4–3 9–10 2–5 6–13 4–3 1–5 2–4 2–4 4–3 4–3 6–14
Cleveland 4–3 3–3 8–11 18–1 3–4 12–7 6–0 10–9 4–3 1–5 5–1 1–6 4–3 6–1 8–12
Detroit 4–3 2–5 6–12 1–18 1–6 10–9 3–3 5–14 3–3 1–6 1–6 2–4 0–6 3–4 5–15
Houston 4–2 4–2 3–4 4–3 6–1 5–1 14–5 3–4 4–3 11–8 18–1 3–4 13–6 4–2 11–9
Kansas City 3–3 1–5 10–9 7–12 9–10 1–5 2–4 5–14 2–5 2–5 2–5 3–4 2–5 1–6 9–11
Los Angeles 3–4 3–4 5–2 0–6 3–3 5–14 4–2 1–5 2–5 6–13 10–9 3–4 9–10 6–1 12–8
Minnesota 6–0 3–3 13–6 9–10 14–5 4–3 14–5 5–1 2–4 3–4 5–2 5–2 6–1 4–3 8–12
New York 17–2 14–5 3–4 3–4 3–3 3–4 5–2 5–2 4–2 2–4 6–1 12–7 3–3 11–8 12–8
Oakland 6–1 3–4 5–1 5–1 6–1 8–11 5–2 13–6 4–3 4–2 10–9 4–3 13–6 0–6 11–9
Seattle 4–3 3–4 4–2 1–5 6–1 1–18 5–2 9–10 2–5 1–6 9–10 2–4 8–11 4–2 9–11
Tampa Bay 12–7 12–7 4–2 6–1 4–2 4–3 4–3 4–3 2–5 7–12 3–4 4–2 3–3 13–6 14–6
Texas 6–1 3–4 3–4 3–4 6–0 6–13 5–2 10–9 1–6 3–3 6–13 11–8 3–3 3–3 9–11
Toronto 11–8 8–11 3–4 1–6 4–3 2–4 6–1 1–6 3–4 8–11 6–0 2–4 6–13 3–3 3–17

Regular season

Game log

2019 game log: 68–94 (Home: 35–46; Away: 33–48)
March: 5–1 (Home: 3–1 ; Away: 2–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
1 March 20 @Tokyo Dome @ Athletics 9–7 Gonzales (1–0) Fiers (0–1) Strickland (1) 45,787 1–0 W1
2 March 21 @Tokyo Dome @ Athletics 5–4 (12) Rosscup (1–0) Buchter (0–1) Strickland (2) 46,451 2–0 W2
3 March 28 Red Sox 12–4 Gonzales (2–0) Sale (0–1) 45,601 3–0 W3
4 March 29 Red Sox 6–7 Johnson (1–0) Strickland (0–1) Barnes (1) 29,002 3–1 L1
5 March 30 Red Sox 6–5 Leake (1–0) Rodríguez (0–1) Rumbelow (1) 34,928 4–1 W1
6 March 31 Red Sox 10–8 LeBlanc (1–0) Porcello (0–1) Bradford (1) 33,391 5–1 W2
April: 13–13 (Home: 4–9; Away: 9–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
7 April 1 Angels 6–3 Hernández (1–0) Stratton (0–1) Elías (1) 14,463 6–1 W3
8 April 2 Angels 2–1 Gonzales (3–0) García (0–1) Swarzak (1) 13,567 7–1 W4
April 4 @ White Sox Postponed (inclement weather); Rescheduled for April 5th.
9 April 5 @ White Sox 8–10 Burr (1–0) Gearrin (0–1) Colomé (2) 32,723 7–2 L1
10 April 6 @ White Sox 9–2 Leake (2–0) Giolito (1–1) 31,286 8–2 W1
11 April 7 @ White Sox 12–5 LeBlanc (2–0) Nova (0–1) 12,509 9–2 W2
12 April 8 @ Royals 13–5 Elías (1–0) Bailey (0–1) 10,259 10–2 W3
13 April 9 @ Royals 6–3 Gonzales (4–0) Junis (1–1) Swarzak (2) 10,366 11–2 W4
14 April 10 @ Royals 6–5 Swarzak (1–0) Boxberger (0–2) Elías (2) 12,775 12–2 W5
15 April 11 @ Royals 7–6 (10) Brennan (1–0) Sparkman (0–1) Sadzeck (1) 10,231 13–2 W6
16 April 12 Astros 6–10 Peacock (2–0) Armstrong (0–1) Osuna (5) 30,969 13–3 L1
17 April 13 Astros 1–3 Verlander (2–0) Hernández (1–1) Osuna (6) 30,533 13–4 L2
18 April 14 Astros 2–3 Cole (1–2) Brennan (0–1) Osuna (7) 29,237 13–5 L3
19 April 15 Indians 4–6 Bauer (2–1) Kikuchi (0–1) Hand (5) 11,214 13–6 L4
20 April 16 Indians 2–4 Bieber (2–0) Leake (2–1) Hand (6) 11,826 13–7 L5
21 April 17 Indians 0–1 Carrasco (2–2) Swanson (0–1) Wittgren (1) 13,325 13–8 L6
22 April 18 @ Angels 11–10 Swarzak (2–0) Allen (0–1) Elias (3) 33,592 14–8 W1
23 April 19 @ Angels 5–3 Rosscup (2–0) Allen (0–2) Elias (4) 41,021 15–8 W2
24 April 20 @ Angels 6–5 Kikuchi (1–1) Cahill (1–2) Swarzak (3) 41,147 16–8 W3
25 April 21 @ Angels 6–8 Barria (2–1) Leake (2–2) García (1) 34,155 16–9 L1
26 April 23 @ Padres 3–6 Margevicius (2–2) Swanson (0–2) Yates (11) 25,154 16–10 L2
27 April 24 @ Padres 0–1 Paddack (1–1) Hernández (1–2) Yates (12) 23,417 16–11 L3
28 April 25 Rangers 14–2 Gonzales (5–0) Hearn (0–1) 12,644 17–11 W1
29 April 26 Rangers 5–4 (11) Elias (2–0) Dowdy (1–1) 21,721 18–11 W2
30 April 27 Rangers 1–15 Minor (3–2) Leake (2–3) 26,493 18–12 L1
31 April 28 Rangers 1–14 Lynn (3–2) Swanson (0–3) 21,503 18–13 L2
32 April 30 Cubs 5–6 Brach (3–0) Brennan (1–1) Cishek (1) 27,545 18–14 L3
May: 7–21 (Home: 5–7; Away: 2–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
33 May 1 Cubs 0–11 Lester (2–1) Gonzales (5–1) 29,471 18–15 L4
34 May 3 @ Indians 1–2 Hand (1–1) Swarzak (2–1) 16,334 18–16 L5
35 May 4 @ Indians 4–5 Olson (1–0) Sadzeck (0–1) Hand (10) 18.420 18–17 L6
36 May 5 @ Indians 10–0 Swanson (1–3) Anderson (0–1) 19,665 19–17 W1
37 May 6 @ Yankees 3–7 Sabathia (2–1) Hernández (1–3) 37,423 19–18 L1
38 May 7 @ Yankees 4–5 Harvey (1–0) Swarzak (2–2) 36,851 19–19 L2
39 May 8 @ Yankees 10–1 Kikuchi (2–1) Loáisiga (1–1) 38,774 20–19 W1
40 May 9 @ Yankees 1–3 Happ (2–3) Leake (2–4) Chapman (8) 37,016 20–20 L1
41 May 10 @ Red Sox 1–14 Rodríguez (4–2) Swanson (1–4) 33,731 20–21 L2
42 May 11 @ Red Sox 5–9 Porcello (3–3) Hernández (1–4) 36,024 20–22 L3
43 May 12 @ Red Sox 2–11 Velázquez (1–2) Gonzales (5–2) 33,069 20–23 L4
44 May 13 Athletics 6–5 (10) Brennan (2–2) Soria (1–3) 12,250 21–23 W1
45 May 14 Athletics 4–3 Leake (3–4) Anderson (4–3) Elias (5) 11,365 22–23 W2
46 May 16 Twins 6–11 Pineda (3–3) Swanson (1–5) 16,397 22–24 L1
47 May 17 Twins 1–7 Pérez (6–1) Gonzales (5–3) 20,268 22–25 L2
48 May 18 Twins 4–18 Duffey (1–0) LeBlanc (2–1) 34,433 22–26 L3
49 May 19 Twins 7–4 Kikuchi (3–1) Gibson (4–2) 31,068 23–26 W1
50 May 20 @ Rangers 9–10 Minor (5-3) Leake (3-5) 18,796 23–27 L1
51 May 21 @ Rangers 3–5 Lynn (6–3) Milone (0–1) Kelley (3) 19,157 23–28 L2
52 May 22 @ Rangers 1–2 Sampson (2-3) Gonzales (5-4) Kelley (4) 22,400 23–29 L3
53 May 24 @ Athletics 2–6 Trivino (2-0) LeBlanc (2-2) 12,902 23–30 L4
54 May 25 @ Athletics 5–6 Fiers (4–3) Kikuchi (3–2) Treinen (10) 18,975 23–31 L5
55 May 26 @ Athletics 1–7 Anderson (6–3) Leake (3-6) 14,664 23–32 L6
56 May 27 Rangers 6–2 Milone (1–1) Lynn (6–4) 14,135 24–32 W1
57 May 28 Rangers 4–11 Sampson (3-3) Gonzales (5-5) 12,452 24–33 L1
58 May 29 Rangers 7–8 Chavez (1–1) Bass (0–1) Kelley (6) 16,059 24–34 L2
59 May 30 Angels 3–9 Peña (3–1) Kikuchi (3–3) 13,972 24–35 L3
60 May 31 Angels 4–3 Leake (4-6) Skaggs (4–5) Bass (1) 32,164 25–35 W1
June: 12–16 (Home: 5–8; Away: 7–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
61 June 1 Angels 3–6 Bedrosian (2–3) Brennan (2–3) Robles (7) 28,128 25–36 L1
62 June 2 Angels 3–13 Suárez (1–0) Gonzales (5–6) 28,912 25–37 L2
63 June 3 Astros 2–4 Valdez (3–2) Gearrin (0–2) Pressly (3) 11,825 25–38 L3
64 June 4 Astros 5–11 Guduan (1–0) Brennan (2–4) 12,208 25–39 L4
65 June 5 Astros 14–1 Leake (5–6) Peacock (5–3) 13,652 26–39 W1
66 June 6 Astros 7–8 (14) Devenski (1–0) Festa (0–1) 20,258 26–40 L1
67 June 7 @ Angels 6–2 Gonzales (6–6) Heaney (0–1) 41,495 27–40 W1
68 June 8 @ Angels 3–12 Peters (1–0) Kikuchi (3–4) 40,569 27–41 L1
69 June 9 @ Angels 9–3 LeBlanc (3–2) Suárez (1–1) 41,614 28–41 W1
70 June 11 @ Twins 5–6 Magill (2–0) Brennan (2–5) May (2) 23,046 28–42 L1
71 June 12 @ Twins 9–6 (10) Bass (1–1) Duffey (1–1) Elías (6) 25,909 29–42 W1
72 June 13 @ Twins 5–10 Harper (2–0) Brennan (2–6) 31,912 29–43 L1
73 June 14 @ Athletics 9–2 Gonzales (7–6) Bassitt (3–3) 21,387 30–43 W1
74 June 15 @ Athletics 2–11 Montas (9–2) Bautista (0–1) 14,846 30–44 L1
75 June 16 @ Athletics 6–3 Leake (6–6) Trivino (2–5) Elías (7) 30,242 31–44 W1
76 June 17 Royals 4–6 Flynn (1–0) Bass (1–2) Kennedy (8) 14,476 31–45 L1
77 June 18 Royals 0–9 Bailey (6–6) Kikuchi (3–5) 12,697 31–46 L2
78 June 19 Royals 8–2 Gonzales (8–6) Keller (3–9) 16,228 32–46 W1
79 June 20 Orioles 5–2 LeBlanc (4–2) Bundy (3–9) Elías (8) 15,217 33–46 W2
80 June 21 Orioles 10–9 Leake (7–6) Gilmartin (0–1) Elías (9) 23,281 34–46 W3
81 June 22 Orioles 4–8 Cashner (7–3) Milone (1–2) 27,545 34–47 L1
82 June 23 Orioles 13–3 Kikuchi (4–5) Ynoa (0–5) 23,920 35–47 W1
83 June 25 @ Brewers 8–3 Gonzales (9–6) Davies (7–2) 28,468 36–47 W2
84 June 26 @ Brewers 4–2 LeBlanc (5–2) Houser (2–2) Elías (10) 30,074 37–47 W3
85 June 27 @ Brewers 2–4 Anderson (4–2) Leake (6–7) Hader (19) 36,587 37–48 L1
86 June 28 @ Astros 1–2 (10) Harris (2–1) Festa (0–2) 32,828 37–49 L2
87 June 29 @ Astros 5–6 (10) Devenski (2–0) Elías (2–1) 35,082 37–50 L3
88 June 30 @ Astros 1–6 Cole (8–5) Gonzales (9–7) 32,485 37–51 L4
July: 10–13 (Home: 9–7; Away: 1–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
89 July 2 Cardinals 5–4 Adams (1–0) Gallegos (1–1) Elías (11) 20,173 38–51 W1
90 July 3 Cardinals 2–5 Brebbia (2–3) Adams (1–1) 31,878 38–52 L1
91 July 4 Cardinals 4–5 Ponce de Leon (1–0) Milone (1–3) Martinez (3) 26,656 38–53 L2
92 July 5 Athletics 2–5 Anderson (9–5) Kikuchi (4–6) Hendriks (4) 19,712 38–54 L3
93 July 6 Athletics 6–3 Gonzales (10–7) Bassitt (5–4) 24,298 39–54 W1
94 July 7 Athletics 4–7 Mengden (4–1) Carasiti (0–1) Hendriks (5) 25,816 39–55 L1
- July 9 90th All-Star Game in Cleveland, OH
95 July 12 @ Angels 0–13 Peña (7–2) Leake (7–8) 43,140 39–56 L2
96 July 13 @ Angels 2–9 Harvey (3–4) LeBlanc (5–3) 41,549 39–57 L3
97 July 14 @ Angels 3–6 Buttrey (5–4) Bass (1–3) Robles (13) 38,560 39–58 L4
98 July 16 @ Athletics 2–9 Mengden (5–1) Gonzales (10–8) 18,718 39–59 L5
99 July 17 @ Athletics 2–10 Bailey (8–6) Milone (1–4) 19,161 39–60 L6
100 July 19 Angels 10–0 Leake (8–8) Barría (3–3) 19,976 40–60 W1
101 July 20 Angels 2–6 Buttrey (6–4) Elías (2–2) 30,927 40–61 L1
102 July 21 Angels 3–9 Peters (2–0) Kikuchi (4–7) 24,767 40-62 L2
103 July 22 Rangers 7–3 Gonzales (11–8) Sampson (6–7) Elías (12) 16,091 41–62 W1
104 July 23 Rangers 2–7 Payano (1–0) Milone (1–5) 15,543 41–63 L1
105 July 24 Rangers 5–3 Leake (9–8) Minor (8–6) Elías (13) 28,163 42–63 W1
106 July 25 Tigers 10–2 LeBlanc (6–3) VerHagen (1–1) 18,544 43–63 W2
107 July 26 Tigers 3–2 Elías (3–2) Cisnero (0–1) 26,702 44–63 W3
108 July 27 Tigers 8–1 Gonzales (12–8) Alexander (0–1) 27,140 45–63 W4
109 July 28 Tigers 3–2 (10) Elías (4–2) Cisnero (0–2) 20,024 46–63 W5
110 July 30 @ Rangers 8–5 Tuivailala (1–0) Martin (1–2) Elías (14) 20,599 47–63 W6
111 July 31 @ Rangers 7–9 Minor (9–6) LeBlanc (6–4) Chavez (1) 22,539 47–64 L1
August: 10–16 (Home: 3–8; Away: 7–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
112 August 2 @ Astros 2–10 Miley (10–4) Kikuchi (4–8) 41,444 47–65 L2
113 August 3 @ Astros 0–9 Sanchez (4–14) Gonzales (12–9) 37,059 47–66 L3
114 August 4 @ Astros 1–3 Verlander (15–4) Milone (1–6) Osuna (25) 39,667 47–67 L4
115 August 6 Padres 4–9 Lamet (1–2) LeBlanc (6–5) 24,020 47–68 L5
116 August 7 Padres 3–2 Magill (3–0) Muñoz (0–1) Bass (2) 20,142 48–68 W1
117 August 9 Rays 3–5 Drake (1–1) Bass (1–4) Pagán (10) 26,774 48–69 L1
118 August 10 Rays 4–5 Morton (13–4) Milone (1–7) Pagán (11) 33,895 48–70 L2
119 August 11 Rays 0–1 Yarbrough (11–3) LeBlanc (6–6) Pagán (12) 24,219 48–71 L3
120 August 13 @ Tigers 11–6 Grotz (1–0) Boyd (6–9) 16,195 49–71 W1
121 August 14 @ Tigers 3–2 Jackson (3–5) Gonzales (12–10) Jiménez (2) 17,132 49–72 L1
122 August 15 @ Tigers 7–2 Milone (2–7) Turnbull (3–11) 19,440 50–72 W1
123 August 16 @ Blue Jays 3–7 Waguespack (4–1) LeBlanc (6–7) 20,844 50–73 L1
124 August 17 @ Blue Jays 4–3 Bass (2–4) Mayza (1–2) Magill (1) 22,073 51–73 W1
125 August 18 @ Blue Jays 7–0 Kikuchi (5–8) Font (3–3) 23,604 52–73 W2
126 August 19 @ Rays 9–3 Gonzales (13–10) McKay (2–3) 9,152 53–73 W3
127 August 20 @ Rays 7–4 Milone (3–7) Beeks (5–3) Magill (2) 7,455 54–73 W4
128 August 21 @ Rays 6–7 Pagán (3–2) Magill (3–1) 7,827 54–74 L1
129 August 23 Blue Jays 7–4 Wisler (3–2) Gaviglio (4–2) Magill (3) 34,706 55–74 W1
130 August 24 Blue Jays 5–7 Stewart (3–0) McClain (0–1) Law (4) 34,590 55–75 L1
131 August 25 Blue Jays 3–1 Gonzales (14–10) Buchholz (0–3) Magill (4) 29,698 56–75 W1
132 August 26 Yankees 4–5 Happ (11–8) Milone (3–8) Chapman (36) 23,030 56–76 L1
133 August 27 Yankees 0–7 Tanaka (10–7) Kikuchi (5–9) 23,129 56–77 L2
134 August 28 Yankees 3–7 Paxton (11–6) Sheffield (0–1) 32,013 56–78 L3
135 August 29 @ Rangers 5–3 Magill (4–1) Leclerc (2–4) 16,591 57–78 W1
136 August 30 @ Rangers 3–6 Allard (3–0) Gonzales (14–11) Clase (1) 23,563 57–79 L1
137 August 31 @ Rangers 2–3 Clase (2–2) Magill (4–2) 33,668 57–80 L2
September: 11–14 (Home: 6–6; Away: 5–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
138 September 1 @ Rangers 11–3 Kikuchi (6–9) Martin (1–3) 22,116 58–80 W1
139 September 2 @ Cubs 1–5 Phelps (2–0) Wisler (3–3) 39,133 58–81 L1
140 September 3 @ Cubs 1–6 Lester (12–9) Hernández (1–5) 33,958 58–82 L2
141 September 5 @ Astros 9–11 (13) James (5–0) Wisler (3–4) 27,822 58–83 L3
142 September 6 @ Astros 4–7 Smith (1–0) Milone (3–9) Osuna (32) 33,149 58–84 L4
143 September 7 @ Astros 1–2 Verlander (18–5) Adams (1–2) Harris (2) 41,938 58–85 L5
144 September 8 @ Astros 1–21 Cole (16–5) Hernández (1–6) 35,569 58–86 L6
145 September 10 Reds 4–3 Altavilla (1–0) Garrett (4–3) Bass (3) 12,230 59–86 W1
146 September 11 Reds 5–3 Gonzales (15–11) Gray (10–7) Bass (4) 10,152 60–86 W2
147 September 12 Reds 5–11 Romano (1–0) Altavilla (1–1) 15,564 60–87 L1
148 September 13 White Sox 7–9 Osich (3–0) Kikuchi (6–10) Colomé (27) 17,255 60–88 L2
149 September 14 White Sox 2–1 (10) Magill (5–2) Colomé (4–4) 26,063 61–88 W1
150 September 15 White Sox 11–10 Adams (2–2) Ruiz (1–3) 17,091 62–88 W2
151 September 17 @ Pirates 6–0 Gonzales (16–11) Keller (1–5) 10,933 63–88 W3
152 September 18 @ Pirates 4–1 Milone (5–9) Agrazal (4–5) Magill (5) 9,875 64–88 W4
153 September 19 @ Pirates 6–5 (11) Brennan (3–6) Holmes (1–2) Swanson (1) 12,543 65–88 W5
154 September 20 @ Orioles 3–5 Brooks (6–8) Hernández (1–7) 11,719 65–89 L1
155 September 21 @ Orioles 7–6 (13) Altavilla (2–1) Scott (1–1) Swanson (2) 22,566 66–89 W1
156 September 22 @ Orioles 1–2 Means (11–11) Gonzales (16–12) Bleier (4) 17,540 66–90 L1
157 September 24 Astros 0–3 Cole (19–5) Milone (4–10) Osuna (37) 11,259 66–91 L2
158 September 25 Astros 0–3 Greinke (18–5) Kikuchi (6–11) Harris (3) 10,916 66–92 L3
159 September 26 Athletics 1–3 Manaea (4–0) Hernández (1–8) Hendriks (25) 20,907 66–93 L4
160 September 27 Athletics 4–3 Warren (1–0) Hendriks (4–4) 24,092 67–93 W1
161 September 28 Athletics 0–1 Anderson (13–9) Gonzales (16–13) Luzardo (2) 26,401 67–94 L1
162 September 29 Athletics 3–1 McClain (1–1) Roark (10–10) Bass (5) 16,851 68–94 W1
Legend:        = Win        = Loss  &;     = Postponement
Bold = Mariners team member

Roster

2019 Seattle Mariners
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Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Tacoma Rainiers Pacific Coast League Daren Brown
AA Arkansas Travelers Texas League Cesar Nicolas
A-Advanced Modesto Nuts California League Denny Hocking
A West Virginia Power South Atlantic League Dave Berg
A-Short Season Everett AquaSox Northwest League José Moreno
Rookie AZL Mariners Arizona League Zac Livingston
Rookie DSL Mariners 1 Dominican Summer League
Rookie DSL Mariners 2 Dominican Summer League

References

  1. ^ Axisa, Mike. "The Mariners have been eliminated and the longest postseason drought in North American sports is one year longer". CBS Sports. Retrieved September 7, 2019.