Due to the pandemic, life has changed a lot for people. The MLB had to make drastic adjustments last year to make baseball happen and the Seattle Mariners are also adapting.
This is a really great idea and something I will definitely be participating in.
What should Seattle Mariners fans expect from the virtual event?
One of the cool things about the event is it can appeal to a wide variety of fans. For the Seattle Mariners experts and fanatics, the team is holding media sessions and virtual clubhouse chats.
Fans can listen to the players, coaches and executives talk about the 2021 season, as if you were in the media room alongside the press.
Mariners broadcasters will also moderate discussions with players, alumni, executives, and more. Apparently, you can also submit questions during the event.
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Mariners players will also take over the team’s social media accounts, so that should be a fun way to engage with players as well.
For less baseball-related events, the Mariners are also hosting virtual games and Kids Day.
Gary Hill will host Mariners Super Trivia, Rick Rizzs will be the bingo caller, and two players will go head-to-head in MLB The Show.
Kids Day is the final day of the virtual bash. Mariners Moose will lead a fun workout, there will be a kids press conference, and bingo for kids younger than 14-years-old.
Again, this is a FREE event so take advantage of it!
The events will be held on different platforms, ranging from Twitch, Mariners.com, Facebook, etc., so make sure to check the schedule.
There are also season ticket member-exclusive events, so if you have season tickets, take advantage of those.