Seattle skyline to display No. 14 in celebration of Mariners winning streak

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Lights on a downtown Seattle building form a giant figure "12" in honor of Seattle Seahawks fans an...

Lights on a downtown Seattle building form a giant figure "12" in honor of Seattle Seahawks fans and the team's success Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014, in Seattle. (KIRO 7)

(KIRO 7)

In celebration of the Mariners’ current 14-game winning streak, the Russell Investments Center in Downtown Seattle will display the number 14 using the building’s windows after sunset tonight.

The “14” will be visible from the western side of the building facing the Puget Sound and Seattle Waterfront.

The Mariners resume play following the All-Star Break tomorrow, Friday, July 22 against the Houston Astros at T-Mobile Park with a 7:10 p.m. first pitch. Seattle’s 14-game winning streak is one game shy of tying the franchise-record 15-game winning streak set during the 2001 season.

Even with thrilling ’22, nothing will ever top the excitement of the ’95 Mariners

Friday’s game against the Astros is sold out, and limited tickets remain for Saturday’s game. Fans can still purchase tickets for Saturday and the rest of the upcoming homestand at

The Russell Investments Center is owned and managed by CommonWealth Partners and located on the corner of 2nd Ave. and Union St. in Downtown Seattle.


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Seattle skyline to display No. 14 in celebration of Mariners winning streak