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Single Season Records (through 2009)

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Batting

  • Batting average: Ichiro Suzuki, .372 (2004)
  • On-base percentage: Edgar Martínez, .479 (1995)
  • Slugging percentage: Ken Griffey, Jr., .674 (1994)
  • OPS: Edgar Martínez, 1.107 (1995)
  • At Bats: Ichiro Suzuki, 704 (2004)
  • Plate Appearances: Ichiro Suzuki, 762 (2004)
  • Runs: Alex Rodriguez, 141 (1996)
  • Hits: Ichiro Suzuki, 262 (2004) (Major League Record)
  • Total Bases: Ken Griffey, Jr., 393 (1997)
  • Doubles: Alex Rodríguez, 54 (1996)
  • Triples: Ichiro Suzuki, 12 (2005)
  • Home Runs: Ken Griffey, Jr., 56 (1997 & 1998)
  • Runs Batted In: Ken Griffey, Jr., 147 (1997)
  • Walks: Edgar Martínez, 123 (1996)
  • Strikeouts: Mike Cameron, 176 (2002)
  • Stolen bases: Harold Reynolds, 60 (1987)
  • Singles: Ichiro Suzuki, 225 (2004) (Major League Record)
  • Runs Created: Alex Rodríguez, 157 (1996)
  • Extra-Base Hits: Ken Griffey, Jr., 93 (1997)
  • Times on Base: Ichiro Suzuki, 315 (2004)
  • Hit by Pitch: Jose Guillen, 19 (2007)
  • Intentional Walks: Ichiro Suzuki, 27 (2002)
  • Grounded into Double Plays: Jim Presley, 29 (1985)
  • At Bats per Strikeout: Scott Bradley, 20.9 (1988)
  • At Bats per Home Run: Ken Griffey, Jr., 10.8 (1994)
  • Hitting streak: Ichiro Suzuki, 27 games (2009)

Pitching

  • ERA: Randy Johnson, 2.28 (1997)
  • Wins: Jamie Moyer, 21 (2003)
  • Won-Loss Percentage: Randy Johnson, .900 (1995)
  • WHIP: Randy Johnson, 1.045 (1995)
  • Hits Allowed per 9 Innings Pitched: Randy Johnson, 6.21 (1997)
  • Walks per 9 Innings Pitched: Jamie Moyer, 1.61 (1998)
  • Strikeouts per 9 Innings Pitched: Randy Johnson, 12.35 (1995)
  • Games: Ed Vande Berg, 78 (1982)
  • Saves: Kazuhiro Sasaki1, 45 (2001)
  • Innings: Mark Langston, 272 (1987)
  • Strikeouts: Randy Johnson, 308 (1993)
  • Games Started: Mike Moore, 37 (1986)
  • Home Runs Allowed: Jamie Moyer, 44 (2004)
  • Walks Allowed: Randy Johnson, 152 (1991)
  • Hits Allowed: Mike Moore, 279 (1986)
  • Strikeout to Walk: Randy Johnson, 4.52 (1995)
  • Earned Runs Allowed: Mark Langston, 129 (1986)
  • Wild Pitches: Matt Young, 16 (1990)
  • Hit Batsmen: Randy Johnson, 18, (1992)
  • Batters Faced: Mark Langston, 1,152 (1987)
  • Games Finished: J. J. Putz, 65 (2007)

1In 2000 Kazuhiro Sasaki set the Major League record for saves by a rookie having earned 37

Career Records (through 2009)

Batting

  • Batting average: Ichiro Suzuki, .333
  • On-base percentage: Edgar Martínez, .418
  • Slugging percentage: Ken Griffey, Jr., .569
  • OPS: Ken Griffey, Jr., .949
  • Games: Edgar Martínez, 2,055
  • At Bats: Edgar Martínez, 7,213
  • Plate Appearances: Edgar Martínez, 8,672
  • Runs: Edgar Martínez, 1,219
  • Hits: Edgar Martínez, 2,247
  • Total Bases: Edgar Martínez, 3,718
  • Doubles: Edgar Martínez, 514
  • Triples: Ichiro Suzuki, 68
  • Home Runs: Ken Griffey, Jr., 417
  • Runs Batted In: Edgar Martínez, 1,261
  • Walks: Edgar Martínez, 1,283
  • Strikeouts: Jay Buhner, 1,375
  • Stolen Bases: Ichiro Suzuki, 341
  • Singles: Ichiro Suzuki, 1,650
  • Runs Created: Edgar Martínez, 1,559
  • Extra-Base Hits: Edgar Martínez, 838
  • Times on Base: Edgar Martínez, 3,619
  • Hit by Pitch: Edgar Martínez, 89
  • Sacrifice Hits: Dan Wilson, 85
  • Sacrifice Flies: Edgar Martínez, 77
  • Intentional Walks: Ken Griffey, Jr., 170
  • Grounded into Double Plays: Edgar Martínez, 190
  • Caught Stealing: Harold Reynolds, 120
  • At Bats per Strikeout: Dan Meyer, 12.8
  • At Bats per Home Run: Ken Griffey, Jr., 14.7
  • Outs: Edgar Martínez, 5,273

Pitching

  • ERA: Randy Johnson, 3.42
  • Wins: Jamie Moyer, 145
  • Won-Loss Percentage: Randy Johnson, .637
  • WHIP: Randy Johnson, 1.250
  • Hits Allowed per 9 Innings Pitched: Randy Johnson, 6.92
  • Walks per 9 Innings Pitched: Jamie Moyer, 2.25
  • Strikeouts per 9 Innings Pitched: Randy Johnson, 10.58
  • Games: Jeff Nelson, 432
  • Saves: Kazuhiro Sasaki, 129
  • Innings Pitched: Jamie Moyer, 2,093
  • Strikeouts: Randy Johnson, 2,162
  • Games Started: Jamie Moyer, 323
  • Complete Games: Mike Moore, 56
  • Shutouts: Randy Johnson, 19
  • Home Runs Allowed: Jamie Moyer, 261
  • Walks Allowed: Randy Johnson, 884
  • Hits Allowed: Jamie Moyer, 2,100
  • SO to Walk: Erik Hanson, 2.60
  • Losses: Mike Moore, 96
  • Earned Runs Allowed: Jamie Moyer, 924
  • Wild Pitches: Randy Johnson, 66
  • Hit Batsmen: Randy Johnson, 89
  • Batters Faced: Jamie Moyer, 8,802
  • Games Finished: Kazuhiro Sasaki, 201
  • Consecutive Saves: J. J. Putz, 30

Single Game Records (through 2006)

Batting

Pitching

  • Innings: Mike Moore, 11 (8/14/85)
  • Fewest Hits: Randy Johnson, 0 (6/2/90)
    Duplicated by:
    Chris Bosio (4/22/93)
  • Most Hits: Greg Hibbard, 15 (5/24/94)
  • Earned Runs: Jamie Moyer, 11 (8/9/2000)
  • Home Runs: Mark Langston, 5 (4/18/88)
  • Walks: Rick Jones, 11 (6/18/77)
  • Strikeouts: Randy Johnson, 19 (6/24/97 & 8/8/97)
  • Consecutive Strikeouts: Mark Langston, 7 (6/15/84)
  • Wild Pitches: 3 Wild Pitches were charged 8 times
    Last to:
    Jeff Fassero (5/30/97)
  • Balks: Gene Walter, 4 (7/18/88) (American League record (tie))

Single Inning Records

Batting

Most RBI inning: Raul Ibanez 6 (August 4, 2008)

Pitching

  • Strikeouts: Matt Young, 4 (9/9/1990) (1st Inning) (Major League Record (tie))
    Duplicated by:
    Kazuhiro Sasaki (4/4/2003) (9th Inning)

Other Records (through 2006)

Grand Slams

  • Mike Blowers tied the Major League record for Grand Slams hit in a month, having hit 3 in August 1995.
  • Mike Blowers tied the Major League record for Grand Slams hit in consecutive games on the 16th & 17th of May 1993.
  • Ken Griffey, Jr. duplicated the feat, clearing the bases on the 29th and 30th of April 1999.

The Cycle

  • Jay Buhner, Alex Rodriguez, John Olerud, and Adrian Beltre are the only players to hit for the Cycle as Mariners.
  • Little known trivia: Relief pitcher Norm Charlton is the only player to have witnessed all four contests. He was a player when Buhner, Rodriguez, and Olerud did it, and the Mariners pitching coach when Beltre did it.
  • On Wednesday, June 23, 1993, Jay Buhner became one of only six players in Major League history to hit for the cycle that included a Grand Slam, which he hit in the first inning. He completed the cycle in a 14-inning contest against the Oakland Athletics at home in the Kingdome. Batting fifth for Seattle, between first baseman Pete O'Brien and designated hitter Tino Martinez. Buhner went 4 for 7 with 4 RBI and 2 runs scored, including the winning run after hitting a triple in the bottom of the 14th inning. The Mariners won 8-7.
  • On Thursday, June 5, 1997, Alex Rodriguez became the first Mariner to hit for the cycle in a nine-inning game and the first in an opposing ballpark. Rodriguez finished 4 for 6 with 3 runs and 2 RBI at Tiger Stadium. The Mariners' shortstop batted second in the lineup between second baseman Joey Cora and center fielder Ken Griffey, Jr. Rodriguez hit a solo home run in the first and completed the cycle with a double in the ninth. Seattle won 14-6 in a high octane victory that included homers from fellow Mariners Russ Davis, catcher Dan Wilson and a three-run blast from Jay Buhner—who also doubled.
  • On Saturday, June 16, 2001, John Olerud joined Bob Watson (Houston and Boston) as the only players to hit for the cycle in both the American and National Leagues, having previously hit for the Cycle with the New York Mets on 9/11/1997. Olerud achieved his "American League" cycle during Interleague play against the San Diego Padres at Qualcomm Stadium. The tall first baseman batted cleanup between second baseman Bret Boone and center fielder Mike Cameron. Olerud completed the cycle with a two-run home run in the ninth inning and finished 4 for 5 with 3 runs scored and 2 RBI as the M's routed the Padres 9-2.
  • On Monday, September 1, 2008, Adrian Beltre became the fourth Mariner to hit for the cycle, when he went 5-for-6 against the Texas Rangers. In the second inning, Beltre hit a homer to left field; he followed that with a single in the fourth, another single in the sixth, a double in the seventh, and a triple in the eighth. He finished 5-for-6 with five runs and three RBIs. He became the only Mariner to have a five-hit game in which he scored five runs. The Mariners won.

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