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Today in Mariners History
July 15th

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1999 For the first time in the franchise history, the Mariners play a home game outdoors. Under an open retractable roof, Seattle's debut at the $517.6 million Safeco Field becomes forgettable as closer Jose Mesa squanders a ninth-inning lead by walking four batters, resulting in a 3-2 defeat to the Padres.
2005 The Royals establish the longest losing streak by any big league franchise to play in Kansas City. Their 16th consecutive loss, an 11-3 decision to the Mariners, is one more than the 1884 Unions, the first team to play professionally in the City of Fountains.

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