The crack of the bat, the thud of the glove, and the shout of “PLAY BALL!”
The wait is over, and it’s time for some Seattle Mariners baseball. Take transit to games and skip the high cost of parking.
So get your travel plans ready. This season will include the annual visits from the Yankees, Red Sox and the (ugh) World Series Champs Astros. On top of the regular season, this summer Seattle welcomes the baseball world to Puget Sound as the host of the MLB All-Star Game, baseball’s mid-summer classic!
The 2023 edition of the M’s take to the field for their home opener on March 30. We’ve got a page that is a one-stop shop with what you need to take transit to the game.
If you’re coming from south King County or North Seattle, Link light rail is an awesome connection to T-Mobile.
If you’re coming from West Seattle, you can relax before the game by riding the Water Taxi from West Seattle to downtown and walk, roll or scoot from Pier 50 to the stadium. How much does it cost to travel by Water Taxi? Adult fare is $5.75 one way ($5 with an ORCA card), with the bus ride back costing $2.75.Don’t have an ORCA Card yet? Download the TransitGoTicket App on your mobile device for express boarding. (Read our Captain’s Blog on taking the Water Taxi to the Mariners.)
Coming to the ballpark from Burien? Jump on the new RapidRide H Line from the Burien Transit Center and get off on Alaskan Way S.
Coming home after the game to West Seattle
Water Taxi service ends at 7 p.m., but you can stroll to Alaskan Way S. at S. Jackson St. and catch a bus back to West Seattle, with RapidRide (the C and H Lines) moving you faster than Julio Rodriguez! (OK, maybe not that fast)
Get ready to pack your glove, peanuts and Cracker Jack and head down to T-Mobile. We look forward to conveniently bringing you to all of the excitement of Mariners baseball this season!