SEATTLE — If you had plans to go watch the Mariners play against the Houston Astros on Friday, the game is sold out!
“We are thrilled at the excitement and support our fans continue to show this team. Returning from the All-Star Break on a 14-game winning streak in front of a sellout crowd is incredible,” said Frances Traisman, senior vice president of sales.
The sellout comes after the Mariners won their 14th straight game, beating the Texas Rangers 6-2 on Sunday. The 14-game streak is the longest streak a team has achieved going into an All-Star break in Major League history.
That win brings the team closer to its team record of 15 consecutive wins, which occurred during its playoff season in 2001. The team went 116-46.
While tickets are sold out for Friday, the Mariners said tickets are still available for the remaining five games of the Homestead. For more information, click here.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
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