Safeco Field (now T-Mobile Park) has always been called 'The House That Griffey Built'. Before Jr. could continue his legacy at a brand new ball park, he had to close his first home - the Kingdome - with a bang.
Recently, the Seattle Mariners announced that, following the 2018 season, their partnership with Safeco Insurance for the naming rights of the stadium will not be renewed.
We asked you, and listeners of 1460 ESPN Yakima and readers of ESPNYakima.com, what it should be named, if money were no object. We ran an online-only poll and offered up three of our own fairly logical and obvious choices but a
A day after the conclusion of the 2017 NFL Draft in which 253 players were picked by the league's 32 teams, hundreds of players did not get that call but are still expecting to join a team for a shot at making it in mini-camp.
One such player is University of Arizona wide receiver Trey Griffey - son of Mariners Hall-of-Famer Ken Greiffey, Jr.
In a ceremony earlier today in front of the home plate entrance of SafeCo Field at the corner of Edgar Martinez Drive and Dave Niehaus Way, the Seattle Mariners unveiled a life-sized bronze statue of the greatest player in the club's 40-year history - Ken Griffey, Jr.
Greg Johns of MLB.com via the Seattle Mariners website has reported that the club has announced a press conference that will take place later this afternoon (2:30 p.m.) at Safeco Field. Mariners President Kevin Mather will be joined by legendary hitting coach Edgar Martinez. The purpose for the announcement is being speculated upon