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Seattle Mariners: 2024 Opening Day live updates

Seattle Mariners fans are buzzing with excitement for Opening Day 2024 at T-Mobile Park. The Mariners are set to kick off their 2024 season with a home series against the Boston Red Sox on Thursday at 7:10 p.m., promising an action-packed start to what fans hope will be a successful year for the team.

Last season, the Mariners narrowly missed the playoffs, falling just a few games short of clinching a spot. With a renewed sense of determination, the team is eager to hit the field and showcase their talent in front of their loyal fan base.

The Red Sox, on the other hand, had a challenging season in 2023, finishing last in the American League East with a record of 78-84. However, they are determined to turn things around this year and pose a formidable challenge for the Mariners in their opening series.

To enhance the fan experience, T-Mobile Park has introduced exciting new food and drink options for the 2024 season. Fans can also expect a variety of entertainment options throughout the season, including special promotions, giveaways, and themed nights.

Keep reading for live updates, scores, and highlights as the Mariners take on the Red Sox.

Final score: Martiners 4, Red Sox 6

The Mariners couldn't get it done in the bottom of the 9th, losing to the Red Sox 4-6. The M's have three more games to play against Boston this weekend.

Mariners' Dylan Moore hits homer, score now Mariners 4, Red Sox 5 — 9:20 p.m.

The Red Sox got another run across in the 6th, but Dylan Moore hits a two-run homer off Joely Rodríguez, making it a one-run game.

Update: Score after the 5th inning: Mariners 2, Red Sox 4 — 8:40 p.m.

Jarren Duran gets home on a Tristan Casas ground out, Castillo finishes the inning but gets replaced by Tayler Saucedo in the 6th.

Home run by Mariners' Mitch Haniger! Score now Mariners 2, Red Sox 3 — 8:20 p.m.

The Red Sox put three runs on the board, as Rafael Devers hit a two-run home run in the 3rd and Tyler O'Neill scored as the throw home hit him. Mitch Haniger answered with a two-run home run of his own to end the 4th.

Update: Score after the 1st inning: Mariners 0, Red Sox 0 — 7:25 p.m.

Scoreless after one, despite a solid double from Julio Rodriguez.

First pitch: Mariners vs. Boston Red Sox underway — 7:10 p.m.

Luis Castillo puts down the Red Sox's Jarren Duran, and strikes out Rafael Devers and Trevor Story to start the game!

Ichiro presents Julio Rodriguez with Silver Slugger award — 7 p.m.

A surprise to many, Ichiro Suzuki walked on the field in full uniform to present Julio Rodriguez with the AL Silver Slugger Award he won last season.

Nelson Cruz also came out on the field, where he officially retired as a Mariner.

National Anthem performed by Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie — 6:50 p.m.

Opening Day for the M's starts out with a bang as lead signer for Death Cab for Cutie Ben Gibbard came out to perform the National Anthem!

Fans start to fill T-Mobile Park for the much-anticipated Opening Day — 5:30 p.m.

The doors are officially open and fans are filing in to T-Mobile Park!

Just a few hours until the first pitch!

M's players are fired up for Opening Day — 3:10 p.m.

M's have second-best Opening Day winning percentage - 12:55 p.m.

The Mariners have a very good Opening Day record, winning the last three consecutive games.

Seattle is 14-3 in its last 17 Opening Day games, and 29-18 overall.

Seattle Mariners Opening Day 2024 roster announced - 11:00 a.m.

The Seattle Mariners announced its 26-man roster for Thursday's Opening Day matchup against the Boston Red Sox.

There were a few surprises on the final roster due to several pitchers that were previously penciled into the group during spring training missing the start of the season due to injuries.

Emerson Hancock takes the place of Bryan Woo (right elbow inflammation) as the No. 5 starter to open the year, while right-handed relievers Cody Bolton, Collin Snider, and free agent addition Ryne Stanek fill the vacancies created by injuries to Matt Brash (right elbow tightness), Gregory Santos (right lat strain) and Eduard Bazardo (rotator cuff strain).

Here is a look at Seattle’s Major League, 26-man roster for Opening Day

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