Can’t make the Wednesday afternoon Mariners game because of work? Just bring your laptop

Tickets for Work from the Ballpark close at midnight Tuesday and cost $50.

SEATTLE — The up-and-coming Seattle Mariners aim to boost fan performance by providing an outlet for a select group that actually needs an outlet for their computer.

The Mariners will have their first-ever “work from the baseball” game Wednesday when the M’s host the White Sox at 1:10 p.m

The Mariners promotion is limited to fans who purchase special tickets to sit at the Hit it Here Cafe and they come with a catered lunch.

Ticket includes special entry and a catered lunch of appetizers, salad, chicken cacciatore or balsamic flank steak, and sides with freshly baked dessert.

Bringing a computer into the park is certainly unique and otherwise not allowed in the park. Mariners Marketing’s Gregg Greene says the T-Mobile park “obviously has great Wi-Fi” and fans don’t even have to take the day off from work.

“Bring the laptop and work…enough…and enjoy this amazing setting as your work from home for a day,” Greene said.

Ballpark ticket sales close at midnight Tuesday and cost $50.

“We’ve never done this before and the team is so exciting right now, we just hope this gives a few more fans a chance to join us and hopefully celebrate another win!” said Greene.

The goal, according to Greene, is to get people who are still working from home to change their environment, attend an afternoon game, and meet new people.

To purchase tickets, visit the MLB website.

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Emma Bowman

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