Safeco Field

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I attended the Ken Griffey Jr. number retirement ceremony preceding a Seattle Mariner's game, and it was fantastic having not one but two closed caption screens that allowed me to understand everything that was being said. Legendary players were there. Big names were there. And I was able to follow and know what was happening! Just a little thing goes a long way! While I can imagine it being a monumental task trying to get each of the many businesses that are involved within the stadium to be deaf-friendly, the screen itself hits it out of the ballpark! Thank you!

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Anonymous User

I attended a Mariner's Baseball game and was pleasantly surprised to see at least two screens with closed captions which helped me to follow some of the commentary during the game. I also saw numerous TV's throughout near the food stands that had their CC turned on. Yay for accessibility. I will definitely be back!!

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