Mariners Playoff Picture: Chances, Bracket, Seed for 2024

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Seattle Mariners' Julio Rodriguez reacts after the umpires confirmed a challenged call, ruling him out for fan interference on a foul ball during the eighth inning of the team's baseball game against the Oakland Athletics, Tuesday, May 23, 2023, in Seattle.
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Shane Jackson @Sjacksonmgm Jul 12, 2024, 1:07 PM

The Seattle Mariners only have one playoff appearance (2022) in the last two decades. They’re currently in contention for the 2024 MLB playoff picture.

Mariners Playoff Chances

The Mariners playoff odds are -165 which implies a 62.26% chance of making the postseason.

Here is how their playoff odds compare to the rest of the AL West:

  • Astros: -160
  • Mariners: -165
  • Rangers: +500
  • Angels: Off the board
  • Athletics: Off the board

Mariners Playoff Seed

If the postseason began today, the Mariners would be the lone division winner to play in the AL Wild Card. They’re two games ahead of the Houston Astros for the division lead in the AL West. They haven’t won their division since 2001.

If the season ended right now, the Mariners would host the Boston Red Sox in a best-of-three Wild Card Series.

Here’s the current AL bracket:

Last Time the Mariners Made the Playoffs

The Mariners haven’t made the postseason since 2022, which marked their first playoff appearance since 2001.

Seattle hasn’t made it past the ALCS in its franchise history.

Mariners Playoff History

YearRoundOpponentResult
2022ALDSAstrosLost, 3-0
2022ALWCBlue JaysWon, 2-0
2001ALCSYankeesLost, 4-1
2001ALDSClevelandWon, 3-2
2000ALCSYankeesLost, 4-2
2000ALDSWhite SoxWon, 3-0
1997ALDSOriolesLost, 3-1
1995ALCSClevelandLost, 4-2
1995ALDSYankeesWon, 3-2
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Shane Jackson is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM, covering MLB and NBA. After graduating from the University of Kansas, his previous stops include MLB.com, Lawrence Journal-World, Manhattan Mercury, Bet Chicago Sports, WynnBET, and Sportsbook Review.

Shane Jackson is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM, covering MLB and NBA. After graduating from the University of Kansas, his previous stops include MLB.com, Lawrence Journal-World, Manhattan Mercury, Bet Chicago Sports, WynnBET, and Sportsbook Review.