Seattle’s Pro Sports Teams Celebrate & Support Seattle Pride, Gender Inclusivity in Youth Sports

The Mariners will have over 100 staff, family and friends walking in the parade alongside the Mariner Moose, while DJ Hershe plays live music along the parade route. Staff will be handing out Mariners Pride wristbands, hats, fanny packs, temporary tattoos, and koozies. On Thursday, June 30, the Mariners will host Pride Night presented by T-Mobile. Each ticket purchased through the team’s Mariners.com/Pride special, will receive a Mariners Pride Night short sleeve hoodie. $ 5 from every ticket sold through this special will benefit GSBA scholarship funds. Additionally, for every Mariners Dog sold at Pride Night, the Mariners Care Foundation will donate $ 1 to GSBA. At the game, fans can enjoy a pregame event in The ‘Pen with a live DJ, face painting, raffle prizes, and a number of photo opportunities ahead of Dale Scott, former MLB Umpire and Author of “The Umpire is OUT – calling the game and living my true self “throwing the first pitch. The first 10,000 fans through the gate will receive a Mariners Pride Cap, courtesy of Alaska Airlines. Each night from June 20-30, T-Mobile Park’s rooftop lights will be lit in rainbow colors to celebrate Pride, and the Pride flag will be displayed in centerfield throughout the month of June.

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