Classic Mariners games continue on 710 ESPN Seattle during May

Apr 28, 2020, 11:17 AM | Updated: May 14, 2020, 10:25 am
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710 ESPN Seattle will continue to air classic Mariners games throughout May. (Getty)

It remains unclear when live baseball will be returning to our televisions and radios, but like the month of April, the Mariners and 710 ESPN Seattle are bringing you M’s games every night in May.

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From May 1 to May 31, you can hear classic games starting at 7 p.m. with calls from Dave Niehaus, Ron Fairly, Rick Rizzs, Aaron Goldsmith and others. Like in April, the games cover a wide array of games, so you’ll get to hear highlights from the likes of Ken Griffey Jr., Ichiro, Edgar Martinez, Félix Hernández, Randy Johnson, Jay Buhner and many, many more of your favorite Mariners players.

Here is the full list of games that will soon be hitting the airwaves on 710 ESPN Seattle:

• Friday, May 1: 2015 – Taijuan Walker One-Hitter
• Saturday, May 2: 2000 – Mike Cameron’s 19th Inning Heroics
• Sunday, May 3: 2018 – James Paxton’s No-Hitter
• Monday, May 4: 1999 – First Game at Safeco Field
• Tuesday, May 5: 1999 – First Win at Safeco Field
• Wednesday, May 6: 1977 – First Game in Mariners History
• Thursday, May 7: 1995 – One Game Playoff
• Friday, May 8: 2001 – Mariners Notch 116th Regular Season Win
• Saturday, May 9: 2000 – Wild Card Clincher
• Sunday, May 10: 1997 – Division Clincher
• Monday, May 11: 1990 – Griffey Jr. and Sr. Back-To-Back Home Runs
• Tuesday, May 12: 1995 – Griffey’s Walk-Off Homer vs. Yankees
• Wednesday, May 13: 1999 – Final Game at the Kingdome
• Thursday, May 14: 1998 – Ken Griffey Jr. Crushes 56th Homer of the Season
• Friday, May 15: 2009 – Ken Griffey Jr. Comes Up Clutch in the 8th
• Saturday, May 16: 2016 – Ken Griffey Jr.’s Number is Retired
• Sunday, May 17: 1997 – Ken Griffey Jr.’s Three-Homer Game
• Monday, May 18: 2012 – Félix Hernández’s Shutout vs. Red Sox
• Tuesday, May 19: 2012 – Félix Hernández’s Shutout vs. Yankees
• Wednesday, May 20: 2015 – Félix Hernández’s Shutout vs. Twins
• Thursday, May 21: 2015 – Félix Hernández’s Shutout vs. Rays
• Friday, May 22: 2008 – Félix Hernández Hits Grand Slam
• Saturday, May 23: 2010 – Félix Hernández Shuts Down Yankees (June 30, 2010)
• Sunday, May 24: 2014 – Félix’s Streak Continues (7 IP, 2 or fewer runs)
• Monday, May 25: 1990 – Brian Holman Nearly Perfect
• Tuesday, May 26: 2015 – Hisashi Iwakuma’s No-Hitter
• Wednesday, May 27: 1986 – Roger Clemens Strikes Out 20
• Thursday, May 28: 1997 – Randy Johnson Strikes Out 19 vs. Athletics
• Friday, May 29: 1997 – Randy Johnson Strikes Out 19 vs. White Sox
• Saturday, May 30: 1995 – Randy Johnson Strikes Out 16 vs. Blue Jays
• Sunday, May 31: 2019 – Yusei Kikuchi Shutout vs. Blue Jays

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