New-look Mariners release 2019 TV commercials

The four spots highlight the M’s athleticism and introduce fans to some of the new faces on the team

The Seattle Mariners unveiled their 2019 television commercials on Wednesday. The four spots highlight the athleticism of Mariners players and help fans get to know some of the new faces on this year’s roster.

“There’s an exciting new energy and great personalities up and down the Mariners roster and that shines through in these four commercials,” Gregg Greene, the Mariners’ vice president of marketing, said in a press release.

The commercials will be available for viewing today at, or watch them below.

The commercials include “Pit Crew,” which features speedy infielder Dee Gordon; “Stands,” starring outfielder Mitch Haniger; “Moving Target,” featuring third baseman Kyle Seager and outfielder Mallex Smith; and “Arts and Crafts,” featuring four members of the Mariners’ starting rotation: Marco Gonzales, Wade LeBlanc, Yusei Kikuchi and Felix Hernandez.

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