710 ESPN Seattle, Mariners extend radio contract
710 ESPN Seattle will continue to be the home of the Seattle Mariners.
The Mariners and Bonneville Seattle Media Group have agreed to a multi-year contract extension that was announced Tuesday by team president Chuck Armstrong on 97.3 KIRO FM.
“Our relationship with Bonneville Seattle Media Group and 710 ESPN Seattle is an important one for our franchise,” Armstrong said in a press release. “With its powerful signal and sports format, we are natural partners for baseball fans in the Pacific Northwest.”
The new agreement includes all regular season Mariners games, a minimum of 20 spring training games, pre- and post-game programming as well as Hot Stove League Shows during the offseason.
“It has been a pleasure working with the Seattle Mariners for the past three years and we look forward to continuing this partnership in the years to come,” Dave Pridemore, the general manager of 710 ESPN Seattle, said in a press release. “Combined with our additional coverage of the team on MyNorthwest.com, we are striving to maintain our status as the number one place for fans to find Mariners news and information.”