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A Review of Safeco Field

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Jacob standing in front of Safeco Field – that is him in the red shirt.

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Visitor’s locker room. According to our tour guide, this locker and chair is reserved for Mike Trout from the Angels when he comes to town.

On October 19, 2014, we went to Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington where the Mariners baseball team plays. The tour took us around home plate, the owner’s suite, the visitor’s dugout, locker room and the press box.

The Wrigley Field tour I went on in September took us more places and it was a lot older of a park than Safeco Field. Safeco Field was much bigger and more advanced than Wrigley Field though.

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Visitor’s dugout

Over all the tour was pretty good because of all of the places we got to see. There were only two other people in our tour group so we got to see more things. People were test driving Ford cars on the warning track of the field 3starsso it ruined some of the appeal of the stadium. We did not get to go onto the field for more than a minute because of the cars. I give the Safeco Field tour 3 out of 5 stars.

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2 thoughts on “A Review of Safeco Field

  1. I love the photos of you at the ball fields Jacob. The smiles are always bigger. 🙂 I didn’t know the field was used for things other than baseball. I would think cars would wreck the field.

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  2. You stated that Safeco Field was more advanced than Wrigley Field, how so? What did you like better about Safeco Field? What did you like better about Wrigley Field or Fenway Park (since I know you have been there as well)? In your mind, what could improve this tour?

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