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Photo gallery: First T-Mobile Park sign installed outside Mariners’ stadium

Feb 26, 2019, 3:10 PM | Updated: 4:01 pm

The Mariners’ home stadium is starting to look like T-Mobile Park.

Photo gallery link: T-Mobile Park sign installed at Mariners’ stadium

The first bit of signage in T-Mobile’s signature pink has been installed near the center field gate outside the former Safeco Field. Matt Pitman of MyNorthwest.com headed down to the park, snapping pictures to give you an idea of what the new look will be when the Mariners begin the 2019 season next month.

Last weekend a sneak peak of the T-Mobile Park signage was provided to KIRO 7 at a warehouse in Yakima, where a crew of at least 40 were working to finish it.

There are still plenty of signs to go up on the stadium, including at the main home plate entrance at the corner of Edgar Martinez Drive and Dave Niehaus Way, where the original Safeco Field sign came down earlier month.

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