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Kingdome (2010-08)


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Only 6 postcards published, 21 years ago!  These highly collectible postcards rarely come available for sale.



This was the home field for the expansion Mariners of the American League from 1977-99. The Mariners' first game in their history was played here on April 6, 1977, against the California Angels and pitcher Frank Tanana, who prevailed, 7-0. Some other historic moments: Gaylord Perry won his 300th game, May 6, 1982; Ken Griffy, Jr. hit his first major league homer (on his first at-bat in the kingdome, on the first pitch), April 10, 1989; Griffy, Jr. tied the MLB record for consecutive home run games, July 28, 1993. He also is the Kingdome's all-time home run leader with 198 from 1989-99. Seattle fans likely remember the Mariners' most noteworthy victory here - Oct. 8, 1995, an 11-inning, 6-5 edging of the Yankees in the deciding game of the Division Series. Attendance was a raucous 57,411.

Unused (3 1/2" x 5 1/2") postcard from a photo by Chris Nichol, Minneapolis, MN.

Produced by Vic Pallos, Glendale, CA

Very limited edition....only 6 postcards printed.

These cards are not sold commercially.

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