Sunday, August 2, 2015

Welcome, Mariners

The Mariners are the last of the 30 MLB teams to play in Citizens Bank Park

Welcome, Mariners

Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager. (Bill Streicher/USA TODAY Sports)
Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager. (Bill Streicher/USA TODAY Sports)

Monday night, the Seattle Mariners became the last of the current 30 MLB teams to play in Citizens Bank Park.

Here are every major league team's record at CBP (including the Blue Jays' three "home games" in 2010), listed by number of regular season wins (through Monday):

 Franchise     W     L  Playoffs
 Phillies  485   391  16-9
 Mets    55    46  
 Braves    51    47  
 Marlins    41    59  
 Nationals    37    62  
 Dodgers    18    17  0-5
 Giants    17    18  2-1
 Astros    16    15  
 Cardinals    16    17  2-1
 Red Sox    15      8  
 Brewers    15    23  0-2
 Cubs    13    21  
 Padres    13    23  
 Rockies    13    26  3-1
 Reds    13    26  0-2
 D'backs    11    23  
 Pirates    10    21  
 Blue Jays      9      5  
 Angels      5      0  
 Orioles      4      2  
 Rays      4      2  0-3
 Tigers      4      2  
 Royals      3      3  
 Twins      2      1  
 Yankees      2      1  2-1
 Athletics      1      2  
 Indians      1      4  
 Rangers      1      5  
 White Sox      1      5  
 Mariners      0      1  
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