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The Mariners Radio Network is the name applied to the radio stations which carry Seattle Mariners baseball games throughout the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and Hawaii.[1]

Stations are listed by state, then city. All stations broadcast on the AM band unless otherwise noted.

The announcers are Dave Niehaus with play-by-play from the bottom of the fourth through the bottom of the sixth and again from the top of the eighth until the end of the game and Rick Rizzs with play-by-play from the top of the first through the top of the fourth and again for the seventh inning. If the Mariners go to extra innings, Niehaus will do the odd innings and Rizzs will do the even innings. [2] The flagship station is KIRO in Seattle.

English Language Stations
Callsign Frequency Location
KTZN 550 Anchorage, Alaska
KINY 800 Juneau, Alaska
KRSA 580 Petersburg, Alaska
CKST 1040 Vancouver, British Columbia
KAOI 1110 Maui, Hawaii
KQNG 570 Kauai, Hawaii
KVNI 1080 Coeur D'Alene, Idaho
KRLC 1350 Lewiston, Idaho
KLER 1300 Orofino, Idaho
KBLG 910 Billings, Montana
KXTL 1370 Butte, Montana
KQDI 1450 Great Falls, Montana
KGRZ 1450 Missoula, Montana
KTHH 990 Albany, Oregon
KHSN 1230 Coos Bay, Oregon
KTIX 1240 Pendleton, Oregon
KFXX 1080 Portland, Oregon
KXRO 1320 Aberdeen, Washington
KPUG 1170 Bellingham, Washington
KELA 1470 Centralia, Washington
KMAX 840 Colfax, Washington
KCRK-FM 92.1 Colville, Washington
KXLE 1240 Ellensburg, Washington
KBIS 1490 Forks, Washington
KLOG 1490 Kelso - Longview, Washington
KWIQ 1020 Moses Lake, Washington
KBRC 1430 Mount Vernon, Washington
KGY 1240 Olympia, Washington
KOMW 680 Omak, Washington
KONP 1450 Port Angeles, Washington
KZXR 1310 Prosser, Washington
KIRO 710 Seattle, Washington (Flagship station)
KMAS 1030 Shelton, Washington
KXLY 920 Spokane, Washington
KCSY 106.3 Twisp, Washington
KFLD 870 Tri-Cities, Washington
KTRO 910 Vancouver, Washington
KGDC 1320 Walla Walla, Washington
KKRT 900 Wenatchee, Washington
KJOX 1390 Yakima, Washington
Spanish Language Stations
Callsign Frequency Location
KWEI 1260 Ontario, Oregon
KWLN 103.3 FM Moses Lake, Washington
KKMO 1360 Seattle, Washington
KTCR 1340 Tri-Cities, Washington
KWLN 92.1 FM Wenatchee, Washington

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