Mariners Open Up Fourth King Court Section For Saturday's Game

The Seattle Mariners announced on Thursday that Saturday's game against the Los Angeles Angels will host the largest King's Court to date. The Mariners opened up a fourth King's Court section as a result of the high demand for tickets in the special cheering section.

Saturday's King's Court promotion will give out limited edition King's Court t-shirts in conjuction with the team's Turn Back the Clock Day promotion. Fans sitting in the King's court will receive a red King's Court t-shirt and a red "K" card as well.

Both teams will be playing in retro uniforms — the Mariners will wear white retro Rainiers uniforms with red hats, while the Angels will wear retro Pacific Coast League gray jerseys with blue hats. The first 20,000 fans will also receive a 50's themed Mariners poster.

As of Thursday night, tickets were still available in the King's Court. They can be purchased online at the Mariners official website.

For more news and analysis on the Mariners, check out SB Nation's Lookout Landing.

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