2001 Seattle Mariners Season
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2001 Seattle Mariners Season

2001 Seattle Mariners
American League West Champions
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record116-46 (.716)
Divisional place1st
Other information
Owner(s)Hiroshi Yamauchi
(represented by Howard Lincoln)
General manager(s)Pat Gillick
Manager(s)Lou Piniella
Local televisionKSTW-TV 11
FSN Northwest (Dave Niehaus,
Rick Rizzs, Ron Fairly, Dave Valle,
Dave Henderson, Tom Paciorek)
Local radioKIRO 710 AM (Dave Niehaus, Rick Rizzs, Ron Fairly, Dave Valle, Dave Henderson)
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The Seattle Mariners' 2001 season was the 25th since the franchise's inception. The Mariners finished with a record, tying the major league record for wins set by the 1906 Chicago Cubs,[1] and setting the record for wins by an American League team. Of those wins, 59 were by four or more runs, a record for the number of games won by such a margin.[2] They also led the majors in both runs scored and fewest runs allowed.

Winning the American League West division, the 2001 season marked the only time the Mariners reached the postseason in consecutive seasons to date, following their wild card berth in 2000. The team went on to defeat the Cleveland Indians in the American League Division Series, but fell to the New York Yankees in five games in the American League Championship Series.

The 2001 season was also notable for the Major League debut of star Japanese outfielder Ichiro Suzuki, who led the league in batting average and won both the AL Rookie of the Year and the AL MVP. Additionally, the Mariners hosted their second All-Star Game during the season.

Despite the Mariners' success, the 2001 season marks the last time that the team has reached the postseason. Their 19 years without a postseason reappearance is the longest active playoff drought in the four major North American professional sports.

Offseason

  • November 7, 2000: Scott Podsednik was signed as a Free Agent with the Seattle Mariners.[3]
  • December 22, 2000: Bret Boone was signed as a Free Agent with the Seattle Mariners.[4]

Regular season

Roster

Season standings

AL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Seattle Mariners 116 46 0.716 -- 57-24 59-22
Oakland Athletics 102 60 0.630 14 53-28 49-32
Anaheim Angels 75 87 0.463 41 39-42 36-45
Texas Rangers 73 89 0.451 43 41-41 32-48


Detailed records

Opponent Home Away Total Pct.
AL East
Baltimore Orioles 6-0 2-1 8-1 .889
Boston Red Sox 2-1 4-2 6-3 .667
New York Yankees 1-2 5-1 6-3 .667
Tampa Bay Devil Rays 5-1 2-1 7-2 .778
Toronto Blue Jays 3-3 3-0 6-3 .667
17-7 16-5 33-12 .733
AL Central
Chicago White Sox 5-1 2-1 7-2 .778
Cleveland Indians 2-1 3-1 5-2 .714
Detroit Tigers 3-1 2-1 5-2 .714
Kansas City Royals 1-2 5-1 6-3 .667
Minnesota Twins 3-0 5-1 8-1 .889
14-5 17-5 31-10 .756
AL West
Anaheim Angels 7-3 8-1 15-4 .789
Oakland Athletics 5-4 5-5 10-9 .526
Texas Rangers 8-2 7-3 15-5 .750
20-9 20-9 40-18 .690
NL West
Arizona Diamondbacks 2-1 0-0 2-1 .667
Colorado Rockies 0-0 2-1 2-1 .667
Los Angeles Dodgers 0-0 2-1 2-1 .667
San Diego Padres 2-1 2-1 4-2 .667
San Francisco Giants 2-1 0-0 2-1 .667
6-3 6-3 12-6 .667

Record vs. opponents

2001 American League Records

Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team ANA BAL BOS CWS CLE DET KC MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL 
Anaheim -- 4-5 4-3 6-3 5-4 5-4 5-4 3-6 4-3 6-14 4-15 7-2 7-12 5-4 10-8
Baltimore 5-4 -- 9-10 3-4 1-5 4-2 5-2 3-3 5-13 2-7 1-8 10-9 2-7 7-12 6-12
Boston 3-4 10-9 -- 3-3 3-6 4-5 3-3 3-3 5-13 4-5 3-6 14-5 5-2 12-7 10-8
Chicago 3-6 4-3 3-3 -- 10-9 13-6 14-5 5-14 1-5 1-8 2-7 5-2 7-2 3-3 12-6
Cleveland 4-5 5-1 6-3 9-10 -- 13-6 11-8 14-5 4-5 4-3 2-5 5-1 5-4 2-4 7-11
Detroit 4-5 2-4 5-4 6-13 6-13 -- 8-11 4-15 4-5 1-6 2-5 4-2 8-1 2-4 10-8
Kansas City 4-5 2-5 3-3 5-14 8-11 11-8 -- 6-13 0-6 3-6 3-6 4-2 4-5 4-3 8-10
Minnesota 6-3 3-3 3-3 14-5 5-14 15-4 13-6 -- 4-2 5-4 1-8 1-6 4-5 2-5 9-9
New York 3-4 13-5 13-5 5-1 5-4 5-4 6-0 2-4 -- 3-6 3-6 13-6 3-4 11-8 10-8
Oakland 14-6 7-2 5-4 8-1 3-4 6-1 6-3 4-5 6-3 -- 9-10 7-2 9-10 6-3 12-6
Seattle 15-4 8-1 6-3 7-2 5-2 5-2 6-3 8-1 6-3 10-9 -- 7-2 15-5 6-3 12-6
Tampa Bay 2-7 9-10 5-14 2-5 1-5 2-4 2-4 6-1 6-13 2-7 2-7 -- 4-5 9-10 10-8
Texas 12-7 7-2 2-5 2-7 4-5 1-8 5-4 5-4 4-3 10-9 5-15 5-4 -- 3-6 8-10
Toronto 4-5 12-7 7-12 3-3 4-2 4-2 3-4 5-2 8-11 3-6 3-6 10-9 6-3 -- 8-10


Game log: 116-46 (Home: 57-24; Road: 59-22)

Legend
  Mariners win
  Mariners loss
  Postponement
Bold Mariners team member
April: 20-5 (Home: 8-2; Road: 12-3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore Streak
1 April 2 Athletics 5-4 Rhodes (1-0) Mecir (0-1) Sasaki (1) 45,911 1-0 [5] W1
2 April 3 Athletics 1-5 Zito (1-0) Halama (0-1) - 27,212 1-1 [6] L1
3 April 4 Athletics 10-2 Sele (1-0) Heredia (0-1) - 31,382 2-1 [7] W1
4 April 6 @ Rangers 9-7 (10) Rhodes (2-0) Zimmerman (0-1) Sasaki (2) 34,684 3-1 [8] W2
5 April 7 @ Rangers 6-5 Franklin (1-0) Davis (0-1) Sasaki (3) 41,651 4-1 [9] W3
6 April 8 @ Rangers 4-5 Venafro (1-0) Paniagua (0-1) Crabtree (2) 44,306 4-2 [10] L1
7 April 10 @ Athletics 5-1 Halama (1-1) Heredia (0-2) Sasaki (4) 14,880 5-2 [11] W1
8 April 11 @ Athletics 3-0 Sele (2-0) Mecir (0-2) Sasaki (5) 16,652 6-2 [12] W2
9 April 12 @ Athletics 7-3 Moyer (1-0) Hudson (1-1) - 15,414 7-2 [13] W3
10 April 13 @ Angels 3-4 Hasegawa (1-0) Sasaki (0-1) - 31,087 7-3 [14] L1
11 April 14 @ Angels 2-1 García (1-0) Valdez (0-1) Sasaki (6) 34,780 8-3 [15] W1
12 April 15 @ Angels 7-5 Paniagua (1-1) Hasegawa (1-1) Nelson (1) 20,733 9-3 [16] W2
13 April 16 Rangers 9-7 Franklin (2-0) Glynn (0-3) - 45,657 10-3 [17] W3
14 April 17 Rangers 6-4 Moyer (2-0) Helling (0-3) Sasaki (7) 34,536 11-3 [18] W4
15 April 18 Rangers 6-8 Davis (2-1) Tomko (0-1) Zimmerman (1) 48,823 11-4 [19] L1
16 April 19 Angels 3-2 García (2-0) Valdez (0-2) Sasaki (8) 25,016 12-4 [20] W1
17 April 20 Angels 4-1 Halama (2-1) Rapp (0-3) Sasaki (9) 39,274 13-4 [21] W2
18 April 21 Angels 5-2 Moyer (3-0) Washburn (0-2) Nelson (2) 39,274 14-4 [22] W3
19 April 22 Angels 5-0 Sele (3-0) Ortiz (2-2) - 44,192 15-4 [23] W4
20 April 24 @ Yankees 7-5 García (3-0) Stanton (1-1) Sasaki (10) 29,522 16-4 [24] W5
21 April 25 @ Yankees 7-5 Charlton (1-0) Pettitte (3-2) Sasaki (11) 23,684 17-4 [25] W6
22 April 26 @ Yankees 7-3 Moyer (4-0) Mussina (1-3) Rhodes (1) 30,218 18-4 [26] W7
23 April 27 @ White Sox 8-3 Sele (4-0) Baldwin (0-1) Sasaki (12) 16,276 19-4 [27] W8
24 April 28 @ White Sox 8-5 Tomko (1-1) Biddle (1-1) Sasaki (13) 25,542 20-4 [28] W9
25 April 29 @ White Sox 1-2 (14) Glover (2-1) Franklin (2-1) - 25,442 20-5 [29] L1
May: 20-7 (Home: 10-5; Road: 10-2)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore Streak
26 May 1 Red Sox 0-2 Martínez (3-0) Halama (2-2) Arrojo (4) 36,642 20-6 [30] L2
27 May 2 Red Sox 5-1 Sele (5-0) Nomo (3-2) - 40,170 21-6 [31] W1
28 May 3 Red Sox 10-3 Moyer (5-0) Castillo (3-2) - 32,513 22-6 [32] W2
29 May 4 Blue Jays 3-8 Parris (2-2) Abott (0-1) - 42,284 22-7 [33] L1
30 May 5 Blue Jays 7-5 Rhodes (3-0) Borbón (0-2) Sasaki (14) 42,894 23-7 [34] W1
31 May 6 Blue Jays 3-11 Carpenter (3-1) Halama (2-3) - 45,080 23-8 [35] L1
32 May 8 @ Red Sox 4-12 Nomo (4-2) Moyer (5-1) - 32,941 23-9 [36] L2
33 May 9 @ Red Sox 10-5 Nelson (1-0) Arrojo (1-1) Sasaki (15) 31,616 24-9 [37] W1
34 May 10 @ Red Sox 5-2 Halama (3-3) Ohka (2-2) Sasaki (16) 31,428 25-9 [38] W2
35 May 11 @ Blue Jays 7-2 Abbott (1-1) Hamilton (1-2) - 20,279 26-9 [39] W3
36 May 12 @ Blue Jays 11-7 Tomko (2-1) Escobar (0-1) - 24,908 27-9 [40] W4
37 May 13 @ Blue Jays 7-5 Moyer (6-1) Loaiza (4-4) Sasaki (17) 20,624 28-9 [41] W5
38 May 15 White Sox 4-3 Nelson (2-0) Howry (2-1) Paniagua (1) 31,096 29-9 [42] W6
39 May 16 White Sox 7-2 Abbott (2-1) Biddle (1-3) Paniagua (2) 33,748 30-9 [43] W7
40 May 17 White Sox 5-1 García (4-0) Wells (3-4) Nelson (3) 43,510 31-9 [44] W8
41 May 18 Yankees 10-14 Mendoza (3-1) Halama (3-4) - 45,794 31-10 [45] L1
42 May 19 Yankees 1-2 (10) Stanton (4-1) Sasaki (0-2) Rivera (12) 45,880 31-11 [46] L2
43 May 20 Yankees 6-2 Sele (6-0) Clemens (4-1) - 45,953 32-11 [47] W1
44 May 22 @ Twins 11-12 Wells (4-1) Abbott (2-2) - 29,005 32-12 [48] L1
45 May 23 @ Twins 5-4 Rhodes (4-0) Carrasco (2-1) Sasaki (18) 26,605 33-12 [49] W1
46 May 25 @ Royals 9-6 Franklin (3-1) Grimsley (0-2) Sasaki (19) 17,555 34-12 [50] W2
47 May 26 @ Royals 7-2 Sele (2-0) Meadows (1-6) - 21,368 35-12 [51] W3
48 May 27 @ Royals 5-4 Charlton (7-0) Santiago (2-2) - 19,524 36-12 [52] W4
49 May 28 @ Royals 13-3 Abbott (3-2) Durbin (3-3) - 20,142 37-12 [53] W5
50 May 29 Orioles 3-2 García (5-0) Roberts (5-4) Sasaki (20) 30,413 38-12 [54] W6
51 May 30 Orioles 12-5 Halama (4-4) Johnson (4-3) - 34,757 39-12 [55] W7
52 May 31 Orioles 2-1 Sele (8-0) Mercedes (1-7) Sasaki (21) 37,612 40-12 [56] W8
June: 18-9 (Home: 10-5; Road: 8-4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore Streak
53 June 1 Devil Rays 8-4 Moyer (7-1) Rekar (0-7) Nelson (4) 41,094 41-12 [57] W9
54 June 2 Devil Rays 7-4 Abbott (4-2) Rupe (2-5) Sasaki (22) 45,473 42-12 [58] W10
55 June 3 Devil Rays 8-4 García (6-0) Sturtze (2-5) Sasaki (23) 45,390 43-12 [59] W11
56 June 4 Rangers 11-6 Franklin (4-1) Venafro (1-2) - 45,812 44-12 [60] W12
57 June 5 Rangers 5-4 Paniagua (2-1) Smart (1-1) Sasaki (24) 44,853 45-12 [61] W13
58 June 6 Rangers 7-3 Moyer (8-1) Oliver (4-2) - 45,754 46-12 [62] W14
59 June 8 Padres 7-1 Abbott (5-2) Jarvis (3-6) - 45,293 47-12 [63] W15
60 June 9 Padres 3-6 Jones (3-8) García (6-1) Hoffman (12) 45,322 47-13 [64] L1
61 June 10 Padres 8-1 Halama (5-4) Loewer (0-1) - 45,418 48-13 [65] W1
62 June 12 @ Rockies 10-9 Fuentes (1-0) Acevedo (0-1) Sasaki (25) 41,263 49-13 [66] W2
- June 13 @ Rockies Postponed (rain); rescheduled June 14 (game 1)
63 June 14 @ Rockies 2-8 Chacón (4-3) Moyer (8-2) - 45,261 49-14 [67] L1
64 June 14 @ Rockies 5-1 Abbott (6-2) Astacio (5-7) - 37,048 50-14 [68] W1
65 June 15 @ Padres 5-1 García (7-1) Jones (3-9) - 60,918 51-14 [69] W2
66 June 16 @ Padres 9-2 Halama (6-4) Loewer (0-2) - 61,065 52-14 [70] W3
67 June 17 @ Padres 9-11 Davey (2-2) Nelson (2-1) Hoffman (14) 36,027 52-15 [71] L1
68 June 18 @ Athletics 3-4 Zito (4-6) Charlton (2-1) Isringhausen (13) 16,368 52-16 [72] L2
69 June 19 @ Athletics 8-7 Rhodes (5-0) Isringhausen (1-2) Sasaki (26) 17,542 53-16 [73] W1
70 June 20 @ Athletics 4-6 Guthrie (5-1) Sasaki (0-3) - 40,639 53-17 [74] L1
71 June 21 @ Athletics 12-10 Paniagua (3-1) Tam (0-3) Rhodes (2) 23,642 54-17 [75] W1
72 June 22 Angels 1-8 Washburn (5-4) Sele (8-1) - 45,461 54-18 [76] L1
73 June 23 Angels 1-2 Rapp (2-7) Moyer (8-3) Percival (18) 45,430 54-19 [77] L2
74 June 24 Angels 7-3 Abbott (7-2) Schoeneweis (6-6) Sasaki (27) 45,722 55-19 [78] W1
75 June 26 Athletics 7-3 García (8-1) Mulder (8-5) - 45,337 56-19 [79] W2
76 June 27 Athletics 3-6 Hudson (8-5) Halama (6-5) Isringhausen (14) 45,104 56-20 [80] L1
77 June 28 Athletics 3-6 Guthrie (6-1) Fuentes (1-1) Isringhausen (15) 45,399 56-21 [81] L2
78 June 29 @ Angels 9-5 Moyer (9-3) Schoeneweis (6-7) - 40,822 57-21 [82] W1
79 June 30 @ Angels 5-3 Stark (1-0) Ortiz (6-6) Sasaki (28) 27,784 58-21 [83] W2
July: 18-9 (Home: 8-4; Road: 10-5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore Streak
80 July 1 @ Angels 5-0 García (9-1) Wise (1-2) - 28,887 59-21 [84] W3
81 July 2 @ Rangers 9-7 (10) Nelson (3-1) Petkovsek (0-1) Sasaki (29) 28,487 60-21 [85] W4
82 July 3 @ Rangers 8-4 Sele (9-1) Oliver (7-3) - 41,849 61-21 [86] W5
83 July 4 @ Rangers 3-6 Bell (2-0) Moyer (9-4) Venafro (3) 49,103 61-22 [87] L1
84 July 5 @ Rangers 2-14 Rogers (4-6) Stark (1-1) - 29,797 61-23 [88] L2
85 July 6 @ Dodgers 13-0 García (10-1) Brown (7-4) - 53,072 62-23 [89] W1
86 July 7 @ Dodgers 1-2 Herges (7-6) Paniagua (3-2) - 40,937 62-24 [90] L1
87 July 8 @ Dodgers 9-2 Sele (10-1) Williams (2-1) - 40,511 63-24 [91] W1
- July 10 72nd All-Star Game American League 4,   National League 1   (Seattle;  Safeco Field)
88 July 12 Giants 4-3 (11) Rhodes (6-0) Boehringer (0-2) - 45,696 64-24 [92] W2
89 July 13 Giants 3-5 Ortiz (10-5) Moyer (9-5) Nen (27) 45,909 64-25 [93] L1
90 July 14 Giants 3-2 García (11-1) Estes (7-4) Sasaki (30) 45,809 65-25 [94] W1
91 July 15 Diamondbacks 8-0 Sele (11-1) Ellis (6-4) - 45,855 66-25 [95] W2
92 July 16 Diamondbacks 3-5 Batista (5-5) Halama (6-6) Kim (7) 45,770 66-26 [96] L1
93 July 17 Diamondbacks 6-1 Abbott (8-2) Anderson (2-6) - 45,894 67-26 [97] W1
94 July 18 @ Royals 2-0 Nelson (4-1) Hernández (2-3) Sasaki (31) 15,818 68-26 [98] W2
95 July 19 @ Royals 3-6 Wilson (4-1) García (11-2) - 21,566 68-27 [99] L1
96 July 20 @ Twins 4-0 Sele (12-1) Mays (11-7) - 36,863 69-27 [100] W1
97 July 21 @ Twins 6-3 Halama (7-6) Johnson (0-1) Sasaki (32) 33,501 70-27 [101] W2
98 July 22 @ Twins 6-3 Abbott (9-2) Lohse (3-2) - 44,665 71-27 [102] W3
99 July 23 @ Twins 3-2 Moyer (10-5) Radke (10-7) Sasaki (33) 31,220 72-27 [103] W4
100 July 24 Royals 1-6 Wilson (5-1) García (11-3) - 45,119 72-28 [104] L1
101 July 25 Royals 1-5 Byrd (2-4) Sele (12-2) - 45,265 72-29 [105] L2
102 July 26 Royals 4-0 Piñeiro (1-0) George (0-1) - 44,519 73-29 [106] W1
103 July 27 Twins 11-4 Abbott (10-2) Lohse (3-3) - 45,808 74-29 [107] W2
104 July 28 Twins 5-1 Moyer (11-5) Radke (10-8) - 45,681 75-29 [108] W3
105 July 29 Twins 10-2 García (12-3) Milton (9-4) - 45,780 76-29 [109] W4
106 July 31 @ Tigers 2-4 Lima (3-2) Sele (12-3) Anderson (13) 30,022 76-30 [110] L1
August: 20-9 (Home: 9-4; Road: 11-5
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore Streak
107 August 1 @ Tigers 7-1 Abbott (11-2) Holt (7-9) - 23,847 77-30 [111] W1
108 August 2 @ Tigers 2-1 Piñeiro (2-0) Pettyjohn (0-4) Sasaki (34) 27,097 78-30 [112] W2
109 August 3 @ Indians 2-1 Moyer (12-5) Colón (10-8) Sasaki (35) 42,580 79-30 [113] W3
110 August 4 @ Indians 8-5 García (13-3) Báez (2-1) Rhodes (3) 42,440 80-30 [114] W4
111 August 5 @ Indians 14-15 (11) Rocker (3-4) Paniagua (3-3) - 42,494 80-31 [115] L1
112 August 6 @ Indians 8-6 Abbott (12-2) Nagy (4-5) Paniagua (3) 42,058 81-31 [116] W1
113 August 7 Blue Jays 5-4 (14) Halama (8-6) DeWitt (0-1) - 45,636 82-31 [117] W2
114 August 8 Blue Jays 12-4 Moyer (13-5) Carpenter (7-10) - 45,450 83-31 [118] W3
115 August 9 Blue Jays 5-6 Quantrill (10-2) García (13-4) Koch (25) 45,670 83-32 [119] L1
116 August 10 White Sox 6-8 Biddle (4-7) Sasaki (0-4) Foulke (28) 45,665 83-33 [120] L2
117 August 11 White Sox 4-3 Franklin (5-1) Foulke (3-7) - 45,665 84-33 [121] W1
118 August 12 White Sox 2-1 Rhodes (7-0) Wells (6-9) Sasaki (36) 45,765 85-33 [122] W2
119 August 14 @ Red Sox 6-3 Paniagua (4-3) Beck (5-4) Sasaki (37) 33,790 86-33 [123] W3
120 August 15 @ Red Sox 6-2 García (14-4) Castillo (7-7) - 33,186 87-33 [124] W4
121 August 16 @ Red Sox 4-6 Garcés (4-1) Sele (12-4) Urbina (1) 33,548 87-34 [125] L1
122 August 17 @ Yankees 0-4 Mussina (12-10) Abbott (12-3) Mendoza (5) 54,616 87-35 [126] L2
123 August 18 @ Yankees 7-6 Rhodes (8-0) Lilly (3-6) Sasaki (38) 55,294 88-35 [127] W1
124 August 19 @ Yankees 10-2 Moyer (14-5) Pettitte (14-7) - 54,339 89-35 [128] W2
125 August 20 Tigers 1-4 Sparks (9-7) García (14-5) - 45,972 89-36 [129] L1
126 August 21 Tigers 4-1 Sele (13-4) Weaver (10-13) Sasaki (39) 45,036 90-36 [130] W1
127 August 22 Tigers 16-1 Abbott (13-3) Lima (4-5) - 45,814 91-36 [131] W2
128 August 23 Tigers 5-1 Piñeiro (3-0) Redman (2-5) - 45,063 92-36 [132] W3
129 August 24 Indians 4-1 Moyer (15-5) Colón (10-10) Charlton (1) 45,767 93-36 [133] W4
130 August 25 Indians 3-2 (11) Halama (9-6) Rocker (3-6) - 45,818 94-36 [134] W5
131 August 26 Indians 3-4 Riske (1-0) Nelson (4-2) Wickman (24) 45,782 94-37 [135] L1
132 August 28 @ Devil Rays 0-6 Wilson (6-8) Piñeiro (3-1) - 11,687 94-38 [136] L2
133 August 29 @ Devil Rays 5-2 Moyer (16-5) Sturtze (8-11) - 12,792 95-38 [137] W1
134 August 30 @ Devil Rays 4-0 García (15-5) Rupe (5-11) - 12,260 96-38 [138] W2
135 August 31 @ Orioles 0-3 Maduro (3-4) Sele (13-5) - 37,084 96-39 [139] L1
September: 15-6 (Home: 9-3; Road: 6-3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore Streak
136 September 1 @ Orioles 6-4 Abbott (14-3) Mercedes (7-16) Sasaki (40) 45,668 97-39 [140] W1
137 September 2 @ Orioles 1-0 Piñeiro (4-1) Bauer (0-1) Sasaki (41) 45,668 98-39 [141] W2
138 September 3 Devil Rays 3-2 (11) Charlton (3-1) Yan (4-6) - 45,728 99-39 [142] W3
139 September 4 Devil Rays 3-8 (10) Zambrano (6-2) Charlton (3-2) - 44,859 99-40 [143] L1
140 September 5 Devil Rays 12-6 Halama (10-6) Phelps (2-2) - 44,720 100-40 [144] W1
141 September 7 Orioles 10-1 Abbott (15-3) Mercedes (7-17) - 45,797 101-40 [145] W2
142 September 8 Orioles 6-1 Piñeiro (5-1) Bauer (0-2) - 45,894 102-40 [146] W3
143 September 9 Orioles 6-0 Moyer (17-5) Towers (8-10) - 45,344 103-40 [147] W4
144 September 10 @ Angels 5-1 García (16-5) Valdez (9-10) - 20,311 104-40 [148] W5
- September 11 @ Angels Postponed (September 11 attacks), rescheduled for October 2
- September 12 @ Angels Postponed (September 11 attacks), rescheduled for October 3
- September 13 Rangers Postponed (September 11 attacks), rescheduled for October 4
- September 14 Rangers Postponed (September 11 attacks), rescheduled for October 5
- September 15 Rangers Postponed (September 11 attacks), rescheduled for October 6
- September 16 Rangers Postponed (September 11 attacks), rescheduled for October 7
145 September 18 Angels 4-0 García (17-5) Ortiz (12-9) - 45,294 105-40 [149] W6
146 September 19 Angels 5-0 Moyer (18-5) Schoeneweis (10-10) - 45,459 106-40 [150] W7
147 September 20 Angels 3-6 Hasegawa (5-4) Halama (10-7) Percival (39) 44,768 106-41 [151] L1
148 September 21 @ Athletics 1-5 Lidle (11-6) Abbott (15-4) Isringhausen (30) 30,387 106-42 [152] L2
149 September 22 @ Athletics 2-11 Hiljus (4-0) Piñeiro (5-2) - 45,734 106-43 [153] L3
150 September 23 @ Athletics 4-7 Mulder (20-7) García (17-6) Isringhausen (31) 38,628 106-44 [154] L4
151 September 24 @ Rangers 9-3 Moyer (19-5) Davis (10-9) - 22,765 107-44 [155] W1
152 September 25 @ Rangers 13-2 Sele (14-5) Duchscherer (1-1) - 27,781 108-44 [156] W2
153 September 26 @ Rangers 7-5 Abbott (16-4) Bell (5-5) Sasaki (42) 24,712 109-44 [157] W3
154 September 28 Athletics 5-3 García (18-6) Mulder (20-8) Sasaki (43) 45,695 110-44 [158] W4
155 September 29 Athletics 4-8 Hiljus (5-0) Moyer (19-6) - 45,104 110-45 [159] L1
156 September 30 Athletics 6-3 Sele (15-5) Hudson (17-9) - 45,674 111-45 [160] W1
October: 5-1 (Home: 3-1; Road: 2-0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore Streak
157 October 2 @ Angels 14-5 Abbott (17-4) Washburn (11-10) - 18,600 112-45 [161] W2
158 October 3 @ Angels 4-3 Charlton (4-2) Levine (8-10) Sasaki (44) 18,503 113-45 [162] W3
159 October 4 Rangers 16-1 Tomko (3-1) Myette (4-5) - 45,302 114-45 [163] W4
160 October 5 Rangers 6-2 Moyer (20-6) Helling (12-11) - 45,333 115-45 [164] W5
161 October 6 Rangers 1-0 Piñeiro (6-2) Davis (11-10) Sasaki (45) 45,607 116-45 [165] W6
162 October 7 Rangers 3-4 Mahomes (7-6) Nelson (4-3) Zimmerman (28) 45,578 116-46 [166] L1

All-Star Game

The Mariners hosted the 2001 Major League Baseball All-Star Game on July 10, 2001 at Safeco Field. It was the second time the Mariners hosted the Midsummer Classic, and the first at Safeco Field. Eight Mariners were in the game, including four in the starting lineup. The game resulted in the American League defeating the National League by the final score of 4-1. This would be the final All-Star Game for Cal Ripken, Jr. and Tony Gwynn.

Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; SB = Stolen bases

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI SB
C Dan Wilson 123 377 100 .265 10 42 3
1B John Olerud 159 572 173 .302 21 95 3
2B Bret Boone 158 623 206 .331 37 141 5
3B David Bell 135 470 122 .260 15 64 2
SS Carlos Guillén 140 456 118 .259 5 53 4
LF Al Martin 100 283 68 .240 7 42 9
CF Mike Cameron 150 540 144 .267 25 110 34
RF Ichiro Suzuki 157 692 242 .350 8 69 56
DH Edgar Martínez 132 470 144 .306 23 116 4

[167][168]

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; SB = Stolen bases

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI SB
Mark McLemore 125 409 117 .286 5 57 39
Stan Javier 89 281 82 .292 4 33 11
Tom Lampkin 79 204 46 .225 5 22 1
Ed Sprague 45 94 28 .298 2 16 0
Charles Gipson 94 64 14 .219 0 5 1
Jay Buhner 19 45 10 .222 2 5 0
Ramón Vázquez 17 35 8 .229 0 4 0
Anthony Sanders 9 17 3 .176 0 2 0
Gene Kingsale 10 15 5 .333 0 1 2
Pat Borders 5 6 3 .500 0 0 0
Scott Podsednik 5 6 1 .167 0 3 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G GS IP W L ERA SO
Freddy García 34 34 238.2 18 6 3.05 163
Aaron Sele 34 33 215 15 5 3.60 114
Jamie Moyer 33 33 209.2 20 6 3.43 119
Paul Abbott 28 27 163 17 4 4.25 118
John Halama 31 17 110.1 10 7 4.73 50

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player GP GS IP W L ERA SO
Joel Piñeiro 17 11 75.1 6 2 2.03 56
Brett Tomko 11 4 34.2 3 1 5.19 22
Denny Stark 4 3 14.2 1 1 9.20 10

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; SVO = Save opportunities; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L SV SVO ERA SO
Kazuhiro Sasaki 69 66.2 0 4 45 52 3.24 62
Ryan Franklin 38 78.1 5 1 0 1 3.56 60
Arthur Rhodes 71 68.0 8 0 3 7 1.72 83
Jeff Nelson 69 65.1 4 3 4 5 2.76 88
Norm Charlton 44 47.2 4 2 1 2 3.02 48
José Paniagua 60 66.0 4 3 3 4 4.36 46
Brian Fuentes 10 11.2 1 1 0 1 4.63 10

Postseason

ALDS

ALCS

Postseason Game log: 4-6 (Home: 2-3; Road: 2-3)

Legend
  Mariners win
  Mariners loss
  Postponement
Bold Mariners team member
ALDS vs. Cleveland Indians: 3-2 (Home: 2-1; Road: 1-1)
Game Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore
1 October 9 Indians 0-5 Colón (1-0) García (0-1) - 48,033 0-1 [169]
2 October 11 Indians 5-1 Moyer (1-0) Finley (0-1) - 48,052 1-1 [170]
3 October 13 @ Indians 2-17 Sabathia (1-0) Sele (0-1) - 45,069 1-2 [171]
4 October 14 @ Indians 6-2 García (1-1) Colón (1-1) - 45,025 2-2 [172]
5 October 15 Indians 3-1 Moyer (2-0) Finley (0-2) Sasaki (1) 47,867 3-2 [173]
ALCS vs. New York Yankees: 1-4 (Home: 0-2; Road: 1-2)
Game Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore
1 October 17 Yankees 2-4 Pettitte (1-1) Sele (0-2) Rivera (3) 47,644 0-1 [174]
2 October 18 Yankees 2-3 Mussina (2-0) García (1-2) Rivera (4) 47,791 0-2 [175]
3 October 20 @ Yankees 14-3 Moyer (3-0) Hernández (1-1) - 56,517 1-2 [176]
4 October 21 @ Yankees 1-3 Rivera (1-0) Sasaki (0-1) - 56,375 1-3 [177]
5 October 22 @ Yankees 3-12 Pettitte (2-1) Sele (0-3) - 56,370 1-4 [178]

Awards and records

  • Bret Boone, Most RBIs in one season by an American League Second Baseman (141)[179]
  • Ichiro Suzuki, American League Most Valuable Player
  • Ichiro Suzuki, American League Rookie of the Year
  • Ichiro Suzuki, American League Batting Champion
  • Ichiro Suzuki, American League Stolen Base Leader
  • Freddy García, American League ERA Leader
  • Lou Piniella, Manager of the Year

All-Star Game

  • John Olerud, First Base, Starter
  • Bret Boone, Second Base, Starter
  • Ichiro Suzuki, Outfield, Starter
  • Edgar Martínez, Designated Hitter, Starter
  • Mike Cameron, Outfield, Reserve
  • Freddy García, Pitcher, Reserve
  • Jeff Nelson, Pitcher, Reserve
  • Kazuhiro Sasaki, Pitcher, Reserve

Farm system

LEAGUE CO-CHAMPIONS: Tacoma[180]

Major League Baseball Draft

The following is a list of 2001 Seattle Mariners draft picks. The Mariners took part in the June regular draft, also known as the Rule 4 draft. The Mariners made 52 selections in the 2001 draft, the first being shortstop Michael Garciaparra in the first round. In all, the Mariners selected 23 pitchers, 13 outfielders, 7 catchers, 5 shortstops, 2 third basemen, 1 first baseman, and 1 second baseman.

Draft

The Mariners selected John Axford in the seventh round of the 2001 draft.

Key

Round (Pick) Indicates the round and pick the player was drafted
Position Indicates the secondary/collegiate position at which the player was drafted, rather than the professional position the player may have gone on to play
Bold Indicates the player signed with the Mariners
Italics Indicates the player did not sign with the Mariners
* Indicates the player made an appearance in Major League Baseball

Table

Round (Pick) Name Position School Source
1 (36) Michael Garciaparra Shortstop Don Bosco High School [181]
2 (49) René Rivera Catcher Papa Juan High School [182]
2 (67) Mike Wilson Outfielder Booker T. Washington High School [183]
3 (80) Lazaro Abreu Catcher Miami Southridge High School [184]
3 (99) Tim Merritt Shortstop University of South Alabama [185]
4 (129) Bobby Livingston Left-handed pitcher Trinity Christian High School [186]
5 (159) John Cole Second baseman University of Nebraska-Lincoln [187]
6 (189) Justin Ockerman Right-handed pitcher Garden City High School [188]
7 (219) John Axford Right-handed pitcher Assumption College School [189]
8 (249) Jeff Ellena Shortstop Cal Poly Pomona [190]
9 (279) Justin Blood Left-handed pitcher Franklin Pierce College [191]
10 (309) Beau Hintz Left-handed pitcher Fresno State University [192]
11 (339) Josh Ellison Outfielder Westminster Academy [193]
12 (369) Mike Hrynio Third baseman Dover High School [194]
13 (399) Jason Van Meetren Outfielder Stanford University [195]
14 (429) Blake Woods Shortstop Grand Canyon University [196]
15 (459) Chris Colton Outfielder Newnan High School [197]
16 (489) Sean Peless First baseman Edmonds Community College [198]
17 (519) Ramon Royce Right-handed pitcher Lewis-Clark State College [199]
18 (549) John Williamson Outfielder East Carolina University [200]
19 (579) Brian Sabourin Right-handed pitcher Dakota Collegiate [201]
20 (609) David Purcey Left-handed pitcher Trinity Christian Academy [202]
21 (639) Matt Ware Outfielder Loyola High School [203]
22 (669) Ladd Hall Right-handed pitcher Buena High School [204]
23 (699) Aaron Braithwaite Outfielder Miami Killian High School [205]
24 (729) Garry Bakker Right-handed pitcher Suffern High School [206]
25 (759) Eddie Olszta Catcher Butler University [207]
26 (789) Jon Nelson Third baseman Dixie State College [208]
27 (819) Tim Bausher Right-handed pitcher Kutztown University [209]
28 (849) Wes Morrow Right-handed pitcher Grayson County College [210]
29 (879) Kyle Aselton Left-handed pitcher W. F. West High School [211]
30 (909) Billy Sadler Right-handed pitcher Pensacola Junior College [212]
31 (939) Jason Rainey Outfielder Texas Tech University [213]
32 (969) Bryan Vickers Catcher Perrysburg High School [214]
33 (999) Tom Keefer Right-handed pitcher Byng High School [215]
34 (1029) Trevor Heid Outfielder Dixie State College [216]
35 (1059) Todd Holliday Pitcher South Charleston High School [217]
36 (1089) Ben Hudson Catcher Truett-McConnell College [218]
37 (1119) Miguel Martinez Left-handed pitcher Miami Dade College [219]
38 (1149) Bobby Cramer Left-handed pitcher Long Beach State University [220]
39 (1179) Justin Ruchti Catcher Klein Forest High School [221]
40 (1209) Marquis Pettis Outfielder Diablo Valley College [222]
41 (1238) Kevin Guyette Right-handed pitcher Florida International University [223]
42 (1266) Ryan Brincat Outfielder Mira Costa High School [224]
43 (1294) Bradley Pahs Catcher Chesterton High School [225]
44 (1322) William Keyes Right-handed pitcher St. James School [226]
45 (1350) Brandon Fusilier Outfielder Navarro College [227]
46 (1378) Alan Gannaway Right-handed pitcher Bessemer High School [228]
47 (1405) Ethan Katz Right-handed pitcher University High School [229]
48 (1431) Luis DeJesus Shortstop Teodoro Aguilar Mora High School [230]
49 (1456) Nicholaus Hamilton Outfielder West Lowndes High School [231]
50 (1479) Brandon Espinosa Right-handed pitcher Santa Ana College [232]

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