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The Mariners Home Opener is Today!

Cheer on the M's against the Angels on Tuesday, April 8

By Seattle Mag April 7, 2014

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This article originally appeared in the April 2014 issue of Seattle magazine.

!–paging_filter–pThe fact may have slipped many 12th Man minds, but Seattle also has a baseball team. The M’s kick off the season against the Angels at Safeco Field (a href=”http://www.mariners.org” target=”_blank”mariners.org/a). And for a captivating hit of local baseball history, visit the new exhibit emPitch Black: African American Baseball in Washington/em at the Northwest African American Museum. Through 11/9;a href=”http://www.naamnw.org” target=”_blank” naamnw.org/a/p

 

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