The MLB franchise the Seattle Mariners played their first game in 1977 in Seattle, Washington. The team is a member of the American League's West division. John Stanton has been the majority owner of the Seattle Mariners since 2016.
The franchise value of the Seattle Mariners has doubled in the past five years, reaching 1.6 billion U.S. dollars in 2020. In the 2019 season, the team generated around 315 million U.S. dollars in revenue, a slight decrease from the year before, but nevertheless almost double the value from the turn of the century.
The average attendance at Seattle Mariners games was at around 22 thousand in the 2019 season, with a total attendance of 1.79 million. The average ticket price for the Mariners was 37.77 U.S. dollars for a home game in the 2019 season, which is significantly higher than the league's average of 32.99 U.S. dollars. The Mariners have over a million fans on Facebook, and the team has also enjoyed a consistent increase in its follower count on Twitter, surpassing half a million fans in 2020.
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