The Seattle Mariners are an American professional baseball club headquartered in Seattle, Washington. They are a member club of the American League (AL) West division in Major League Baseball (MLB). It was established as an expansion franchise in 1977, and the team’s home games were held at the Kingdome. Located in the SoDo area of Seattle, T-Mobile Park has been the Mariners’ home field since July 1999.
Seattle Mariners have had Sponsorship and Partnerships deals over the years. Here are a few of them.
Seattle Mariners Partners with T-Mobile
According to a joint statement, the Seattle Mariners and T-Mobile have agreed to a multi-year naming rights agreement. A 25-year leasing arrangement worth $3.5 million per year will be aligned with this agreement. The name rights will be worth $87.5 million in total.
A supplementary name for the facility fits in nicely with the naming rights that already exist for the facility. CenturyLink allegedly pays the Seattle Seahawks $4.5 million a year for the name rights to CenturyLink Field. The Mariners are keen to point out that the money will be used to pay for the about $25 million in yearly maintenance and capital enhancements to which they are legally entitled.
Seattle Mariners Sponsorship with Oura Health
Using Oura Rings to track sleep and general wellness for players and staff is now official thanks to a partnership between the Seattle Mariners and Oura Health, the company that developed the smart ring. The rings will provide team members with biometric data on their sleep, exercise, and recovery routines, and provide a comprehensive perspective of their health and performance preparedness.
Seattle Mariners Sponsorship with ChiliSleep
The Seattle Mariners Major League Baseball club has launched an innovative sports science cooperation with ChiliSleep. As part of the OOLER sleep system, ChiliSleep’s temperature-controlled sleep technology, players will have the ability to use it both at home and on the road this season.