Park Name: T-Mobile Park
Tenants: Seattle Mariners (American League)
Address: 1250 First Avenue South, Seattle, Washington 98134
Dimensions: 331' (L), 401' (C), 326' (R)
Safeco Field (1999-2018)
The view from behind home plate at T-Mobile Park.
The view from down the first base line.
The view from down the third base line.
The grandstand at T-Mobile Park, as seen from center field.
The pressbox and luxury suites, on the second level, behind home plate.
The grandstand features three levels of seating above the main seating bowl.
The sections closest to the field behind home plate feature padded seating.
The upper deck and roof at T-Mobile Park.
The view of the field from the upper deck.
The Seattle skyline, visible from the first base side of the top deck.
The left field stands, and a large light tower that hangs out over the field above them.
A large section of bleachers sits above the batter's eye in center field.
The "Hit it Here Cafe," an enclosed restaurant, on the second deck in the right field corner.
Edgar's Cantina picnic area, named for Hall of Famer Edgar Martinez, overlooks the field from behind the left-center field wall.
Mariners retired numbers hang over Edgar's Cantina.
The Lookout Landing, a rooftop bar, sits atop the park in the left field corner.Seattle's NFL Stadium sits just behind the ballpark.
A field-level bar sits underneath a manual line scoreboard beside the left field foul pole.
T-Mobile Park's retractable roof opens up over the right field stands.
A statue of Ken Griffey Jr. stands outside the main gate.
A children's play area and fountain on the outfield concourse.
The Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame on the concourse at T-Mobile Park.
The Mariners Hall of Fame celebrates Sick's Stadium, former home of baseball in Seattle.
The outfield wall features several sharp corners as it wraps around the field.
The scoreboard sits above the center field bleachers.
The Seattle Mariners on the field during a game at T-Mobile Park.