Mariners’ Wild Card comeback win replays at 7 p.m. on Seattle Sports
Oct 10, 2022, 10:29 AM
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When the Mariners have an instant classic like they did on Saturday night, it’s the kind of moment fans want to relive as much as they can.
They’ll have the opportunity to do so tonight at 7 p.m.
Seattle Sports 710 AM will re-air the Mariners Radio Network broadcast of the amazing 10-9 comeback win over the Toronto Blue Jays that completed their American League Wild Card sweep and punched Seattle’s ticket to the AL Division Series against the Houston Astros.
Tune in 710 AM in the Seattle area, or stream at this link or on the Seattle Sports app beginning at 7 p.m. right after Wyman and Bob to hear the call by Rick Rizzs, Dave Sims and former Mariners third baseman Mike Blowers for one of the biggest wins in team history. From Carlos Santana’s three-run homer that got the M’s back in the game, to the two new famous Mariners doubles by J.P. Crawford and Adam Frazier, to rookie George Kirby earning his first save as a big leaguer, don’t miss the voices of the M’s call it all on Seattle Sports.
Seattle Sports will continue to have all the action called by Rizzs, Sims, Blowers and Aaron Goldsmith as the Mariners press on in the postseason with the ALDS, with Game 1 at Houston set for a 12:37 p.m. first pitch on Tuesday. The pregame show with host and Seattle Sports Mariners insider Shannon Drayer will start at 11:30 a.m., and there will be extended pregame coverage with Brock and Salk (6-10 a.m.) and Bump and Stacy (starts at 10 a.m.) on the station. There will also be extensive reaction and analysis after the game on both the postgame show and Wyman and Bob.
For more on the M’s postseason run, click any of the links below.
• How did the M’s make it this far? Same reason they could keep going
• Drayer: M’s put their stamp on playoffs with signature chaos
• Video highlights from M’s sweep with Seattle Sports radio calls
• M’s have no shortage of heroes in incredible sweep of Blue Jays
• Luis Castillo does the nearly impossible as Mariners silence Toronto in Game 1