Seattle Mariners win the American League West pennant on October 2, 1995.

  • By David Wilma
  • Posted 7/02/2001
  • Essay 3420
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On October 2, 1995, the Seattle Mariners win the American League Western Division Championship with a record of 79 wins against 66 losses. In the American League Division Series, they best the New York Yankees, three games out of five.

The Cleveland Indians win the league championship by beating the Mariners, four games out of six.


Seattle Mariners 2001 Information Guide ed. by Tim Hevly (Seattle: Seattle Mariners Baseball Club, 2001), 163, 193.

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