Seattle Mariners' Japan Trip Game Schedule

The Mariners open their season next week but this weekend and Monday will play exhibition games against the Hanshin Tigers and Yomiuri Giants. Then, on Wednesday, Seattle then opens the regular season with two games in Tokyo against the Oakland Athletics. If you want to catch those games live, you best prepare a pot of coffee.

Here's the schedule:

Exhibition Game One: On Sunday, March 25th at 8:06 pm PDT | 12:06 pm JST In Tokyo, the Mariners face off against the Hanshin Tigers.

Exhibition Game Two: Monday, March 26th at 3:04 am PDT | 7:04 pm JST In Tokyo. The M's to visit the Yomiuri Giants.

Regular Season Game One: The Mariners open their season against the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday, March 28th at 3:10 am PST | In Tokyo (7:10 pm JST)
TV: ROOT SPORTS, MLBN (delay) | MLB.TV

Regular Season Game Two: The M's come back the next day and on Thursday, March 29th, face the A's at 2:10 am PST | In Tokyo (6:10 pm JST)
TV: ROOT SPORTS, MLBN (delay) | MLB.TV

For more news and notes on the Seattle Mariners, make sure you check out Lookout Landing to get in on the action.

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