Edgar went without a at bat in his first game which ironically had him enter the game as a pinch runner. The team meanwhile, bashed the White Sox 12-2.
Ken Griffey Junior
Griffey went 1 for 3 which included a double on the second pitch he saw in the big leagues. The team would go on to lose 3-2 on opening day despite Mark Langston throwing 8 strong innings.
Alex went 0-3 as the Mariners lost the Red Sox in a other unnoteworthy 4 to 3 defeat.
Went hitless in a appearance as a pinch hitter. The 9-2 victory over the Brewers is memorable as it was Jamie Moyer's Mariner debut.
Gave up 2 runs over 5 2/3rds innings against the Anaheim Angels but Frankie Rodriguez did his thing and allowed 6 8th innings runs along route to a 8-2 defeat.
Went 2 for 5 on Opening day, starting rallies in the 7th and 8th innings respectively. The resulting 5-4 win set the tone for the rest of the record setting 2001 campaign.
Went 0-5 in a 9-8 extra inning loss in Anaheim in which the team blew a early 5 run lead.
Tripled on the first pitch that he saw in the majors, but the Mariners lost 6 to 5 to the Indians as Yuni went hitless in his other 3 at bats.
Allowed the first 4 batters to reach base but would than button up and allow only a HBP and a single in the rest of his 5 innings. The team would go onto lose 1 to 3 to the Tigers.
Went 0 for 3 with one walk as the Mariners defeated the Blue Jays 5 to 3.
Came into pitch the 9th inning of 8 to 4 victory over the Oakland A's, allowing the first two batters to reach base on a walk and single, but would retire the next three batters to help the 07 Mariners equal the amount of wins as they had against the 06 A's.
Pinch hitting in a game that would ultimately end the Mariners 2007 season, Wlad! would hit a double in his only at bat giving Mariner fans everywhere hope that perhaps that year's Mariners squad had a miracle run still in them.
Struck out two at bats before Wlad!'s heroics, which pretty much put the final nail in the coffin for the Mariners 2007 season as the 12 to 3 defeat to the Yankees put the team to far out of contention for them to be a factor for the rest of the year.
After being inspired by Matt's double in his second at bat, Brandon Morrow went on to go no hit the Yankees for 7 2/3rds innings in his first big league start which ended up as a 3-1 win. Using the experimental !RA stat (331212313.2 !RA or a !RA+ of 283), you can easily say that Mat Tuisasappo's 1 for 4 performance was the greatest big league debut in club history.