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About Houston Astros vs. Seattle Mariners

Houston Astros and Seattle Mariners are two well-matched baseball teams. But if recent records are to be any indication of the direction this rivalry is taking, it is certainly going Astros way. Out of the last seven games played between these teams, the Astros have won 5 games with the Mariners clinching victory in only two games. A quick look at the statistical matchup between the two teams might paint a better picture though. The Houston Astros are rated sixteenth in offense, averaging 3 runs per game. Seattle Mariners, on the other hand, rank eleventh with 3 runs allowed in each game. The Astros averaged 6 hits per game in the earlier part of the current season, and the Seattle Mariner batters have averaged 3 hits per game. In terms of defense, the Mariners rank third on the road, allowing 3 runs per game. On the other hand, the Astros come in at fourteenth at home, scoring 3 runs per game. Looking at the statistics, there is no telling who would come out on top in the upcoming games. To understand the Houston Astros Seattle Mariners rivalry better, let’s take a look at their notable moments against each other.

Notable Moments - Houston Astros vs. Seattle Mariners

The Longest Game - The Houston Astros and the Seattle Mariners played their longest game against each other quite recently. It took place on April 5, 2017, at the Minute Maid Park in front of an audience of 20,303. The Astros won this game, 5-3. The game went on for 13 innings and lasted 4 hours 25 minutes. The Mariners started out strong against the Astros, scoring two runs in the top of the fifth. However, the Astros caught on quickly as Gurriel and Gattis scored in the bottom of the seventh. In the top of the thirteenth, the game went in favor of the Astros with Haniger scoring.

Head to Head Records - Houston Astros vs. Seattle Mariners

Let’s take a look at how these teams have performed against each other. The following is a statistical table showing head to head records of the Seattle Mariners against the Houston Astros.

Games Played Losses Wins Win %age Home Wins-Losses Away Wins-Losses
92 52 40 .435 17-26 23-26

Looking at their head to head record, the Astros appear to be in a relatively stronger position with a better winning percentage. As for the postseason, the two teams have not yet faced each other.

Hall of Famers at Houston Astros & Seattle Mariners

The Houston Astros have a total of 8 players inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, along with one manager. Among the players are Craig Biggio a seven time All Star and a four time Gold Glove Winner who played for the Astros between 1988 and 2007. Nolan Ryan who played between 1980 and 1988 was a three time All Star and made a huge impact in the playoffs. Along with these players, manager Leo Durocher has also been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1994. On the other hand, the Seattle Mariners also have several players and managers inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. The players include Ken Griffey, Jr. who was inducted in 2013. Griffey Jr. was a 13 time All Star, AL MVP in 2016 and four time AL homerun winner. First Baseman Randy Johnson is another player who was inducted in 2015. In addition to these players, manager Dick Williams was inducted in 2008.

Houston Astros vs. Seattle Mariners – It’s Happening Again!

Your favorite teams are all set to face each other in the upcoming MLB regular season. Get your Houston Astros vs. Seattle Mariners tickets as early as you can. Also make sure you check out the Safeco Field seating chart and the Minute Maid Park seating chart after buying your tickets to avoid any hassle on game day. You can buy cheap Houston Astros Seattle Mariners tickets from here.

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