List of Seattle Mariners team records

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This article is about the statistical records of the Seattle Mariners. For their season-by-season win–loss records, see List of Seattle Mariners seasons.
Ken Griffey, Jr. batting as a Seattle Mariner. In the background is the Mariner's dugout.
Ken Griffey, Jr. playing for the Mariners in June 2009. Griffey, Jr. holds six single-season batting records and an individual career record for the Mariners franchise.

The Seattle Mariners are a Major League Baseball (MLB) team who have participated in 36 seasons since their inception in 1977. Through 2012, they have played 5,707 games, winning 2,664, losing 3,043, and tying two, for a winning percentage of .467.[1] This list documents the superlative records and accomplishments of team members during their tenures as Seattle Mariners in Major League Baseball's American League West.

Ichiro Suzuki holds the most franchise records as of the end of the 2012 season, with ten, including best single-season batting average, most career hits, and most career triples. He is followed by Edgar Martínez, who holds nine records, including best career on-base percentage and the single-season walk record.[2]

Two Mariners players currently hold Major League Baseball records. Ichiro holds the record for most single-season hits and singles, obtaining both in 2004.[3][4] Mike Cameron is tied with fourteen others for the most home runs in a game, with four.[5] Additionally, Gene Walter, a Mariner for the 1988 season, is tied for the American League lead in balks for a single game, which he achieved on July 18 in a game against the Detroit Tigers.[6]

Table key[edit]

Table key
RBI Run(s) batted in
ERA Earned run average
OPS On-base percentage plus slugging percentage
* Tie between two or more players/teams
American League record American League record
§ Major League record

Individual career records[edit]

Batting statistics;[2] pitching statistics[7]
Alex Rodriguez, standing center, in a New York Yankees uniform. Rodriguez is holding batting gloves in his left hand and a metal rod-shaped object in his right.
Alex Rodriguez, holder of two batting records for the Mariners franchise
Career batting records
Statistic Player Record Mariners career Ref
Batting average Ichiro Suzuki .322 20012012 [8]
On-base percentage Edgar Martínez .418 19872004 [9]
Slugging percentage Alex Rodriguez .561 19942000 [10]
OPS Alex Rodriguez .934 19942000 [10]
Hits Ichiro Suzuki 2,533 20012012 [8]
Total bases Edgar Martínez 3,718 19872004 [9]
Singles Ichiro Suzuki 2,060 20012012 [8]
Doubles Edgar Martínez 514 19872004 [9]
Triples Ichiro Suzuki 79 20012012 [8]
Home runs Ken Griffey, Jr. 417 19891999
20092010
[11]
RBI Edgar Martínez 1,261 19872004 [9]
Bases on balls Edgar Martínez 1,283 19872004 [9]
Strikeouts Jay Buhner 1,375 19882001 [12]
Stolen bases Ichiro Suzuki 438 20012012 [8]
Randy Johnson in a black suit. To his left is Jay Buhner and Dan Wilson. To his right is Edgar Martínez and Ken Griffey, Jr.
Randy Johnson (middle), holder of four career pitching records for the Mariners franchise
Career pitching records
Statistic Player Record Mariners career Ref
Wins Jamie Moyer 145 19962006 [13]
Losses Mike Moore 96 19821988 [14]
Win–loss percentage Paul Abbott .679 19982002 [15]
ERA Félix Hernández 3.07 2005–present [16]
Saves Kazuhiro Sasaki 129 20002003 [17]
Strikeouts Randy Johnson 2,162 19891998 [18]
Shutouts Randy Johnson 19 19891998 [18]
Games Jeff Nelson 432 19921995
20012003
2005
[19]
Innings Jamie Moyer 2,093.0 19962006 [13]
Games started Jamie Moyer 323 19962006 [13]
Complete games Mike Moore 56 19821988 [14]
Walks Randy Johnson 884 19891998 [18]
Hits allowed Jamie Moyer 2,100 19962006 [13]
Wild pitches Félix Hernández 116 2005–present [16]
Hit batsmen Randy Johnson 89 19891998 [18]

Individual single-season records[edit]

Batting statistics;[2] pitching statistics;[7]
Ichiro Suzuki in a Mariners uniform
Ichiro Suzuki, the holder of five single-season batting records for the Mariners
Single-season batting records
Statistic Player Record Season Ref(s)
Batting average Ichiro Suzuki .372 2004 [8]
Home runs Ken Griffey, Jr. 56* 1997 [11]
Home runs Ken Griffey, Jr. 56* 1998 [11]
RBI Ken Griffey, Jr. 147 1997 [11]
Runs Alex Rodriguez 141 1996 [10]
Hits Ichiro Suzuki 262§ 2004 [3][8]
Singles Ichiro Suzuki 225§ 2004 [4][8]
Doubles Alex Rodriguez 54 1996 [10]
Triples Ichiro Suzuki 12 2005 [8]
Stolen bases Harold Reynolds 60 1987 [20]
At bats Ichiro Suzuki 704 2004 [8]
Slugging percentage Ken Griffey, Jr. .674 1994 [11]
Extra-base hits Ken Griffey, Jr. 93 1997 [11]
Total bases Ken Griffey, Jr. 393 1997 [11]
On-base percentage Edgar Martínez .479 1995 [9]
OPS Edgar Martínez 1.107 1995 [9]
Walks Edgar Martínez 123 1996 [9]
Strikeouts Mike Cameron 176 2002 [21]
Single-season pitching records
Statistic Player Record Season Ref
Wins Jamie Moyer 21 2003 [13]
Losses Matt Young 19* 1985 [22]
Losses Mike Moore 19* 1987 [14]
Strikeouts Randy Johnson 308 1993 [18]
ERA Félix Hernández 2.14 2014 [16]
Earned runs allowed Mark Langston 129 1986 [23]
Hits allowed Mike Moore 279 1986 [14]
Base on balls Randy Johnson 152 1991 [18]
Shutouts Félix Hernández 5 2012 [16]
Saves Fernando Rodney 46 2014 [24]
Games Ed Vande Berg 78 1982 [25]
Starts Mike Moore 37 1986 [14]
Complete games Mike Moore 14* 1985 [14]
Complete games Mark Langston 14* 1987 [23]
Innings Mark Langston 272.0 1987 [23]

Individual single-game records[edit]

Source:[26]
Raúl Ibañez walking into the Mariners dugout
Raúl Ibañez, the Mariners' record holder for most hits in a game
Single-game batting records
Statistic Player Record Date
Hits Raúl Ibañez 6 September 22, 2004
At bats Joey Cora 7 June 11, 1996
RBI Alvin Davis 8* May 9, 1986
RBI Mike Blowers 8* May 24, 1995
RBI Mike Cameron 8* August 19, 2001
Home runs Mike Cameron 4§[a] May 2, 2002
Runs Ken Griffey, Jr. 5* May 24, 1996
Runs Edgar Martínez 5* May 17, 1999
Runs Alex Rodriguez 5* April 16, 2000
Strikeouts Miguel Olivo 5 July 29, 2004
Jamie Moyer pitching in a Seattle Mariners uniform.
Jamie Moyer, the Mariners record holder for runs and home runs allowed in a single game
Single-game pitching records
Statistic Player Record Date
Hits allowed Greg Hibbard 15 May 24, 1994
Runs allowed Jamie Moyer 11 August 9, 2000
Walks allowed Rick Jones 11 June 18, 1977
Home runs allowed Mark Langston 5* April 18, 1988
Home runs allowed Jamie Moyer 5* July 21, 2006
Balks Gene Walter 4American League record[b] July 18, 1988
Innings pitched Mike Moore 11 August 14, 1985
Strikeouts Randy Johnson 19* June 24, 1997
Strikeouts Randy Johnson 19* August 8, 1997

Team season records[edit]

Source:[27]
Team season batting records
Statistic Record Season
Home runs 264 1997
Runs 993 1996
Hits 1,637 2001
Batting average .288 2001
Walks 775 2000
Intentional walks 73 1993
Most runners left on base 1,257 2001
Strikeouts 1,259 2012
Stolen bases 174* 1987
Stolen bases 174* 2001
Team season pitching records
Statistic Record Season
Hits allowed 1,613 1999
Runs allowed 834 1999
Home runs allowed 216 1996
Strikeouts 1,207 1997
Shutouts 14 2001

Team all-time records[edit]

Source:[1]
Team all-time records
Statistic Record
Home runs 5,454
Runs 25,576
Hits 51,195
Batting average .262
ERA 4.37
Runs allowed 27,120

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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  5. ^ a b "4 Home Runs in 1 Game by Baseball Almanac". baseball-almanac.com. Retrieved April 16, 2011. 
  6. ^ a b "Balk Records as Researched by Baseball Almanac". baseball-almanac.com. Retrieved April 16, 2011. 
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  22. ^ "Matt Young Statistics and History – Baseball-Reference.com". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved April 15, 2011. 
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