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It'll cost you more to catch a Mariners game in 2013

Kevin Millwood pitches against the Red Sox in front of a less than sold out crowd at Safeco Field. (AP)
Despite less than robust crowds at Safeco Field last season, ticket prices for Mariners games are going up for the 2013 season.

Just about every section of the ballpark and season ticket plans will see increases next season anywhere from 4 to 10 percent.

Mariners vice president Randy Adamack says the team is trying to keep the games affordable for the fans, run the ballclub and maintain itself as a business.

While the Mariners finished last place in their division for the third consecutive year, manager Eric Wedge believes his young team will be a pennant contender. A message from Wedge was included in the team's email to ticket holders.

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Sports anchor, news reporter, emcee, and a man of many voices, Bill Swartz has been a jack-of-all trades during his career, especially at KIRO Radio and 710 ESPN Seattle since 2002.

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