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Team: Evertt AquaSox
Location: Everett, Wash.
Class: Short-Season Class-A
Affiliation: Seattle Mariners
League: Northwest League
Everett AquaSox TicketsThe Everett AquaSox have been the Class-A Short Season affiliate of the Seattle Mariners since 1995. Before their affiliation with the Seattle Mariners, the team was created as an affiliate of the San Francisco Giants. The Everett Giants were formed just before the 1984 season and quickly won a Northwest League championship in 1985. The affiliation with San Francisco would run through the 1994 season and would only produce one more trip to the postseason. In 1995, the team not only got a new parent organization in the Seattle Mariners, but they also got a new name change and are now known as the Everett AquaSox. Regrettably, the new name didn't change the results as the AquaSox didn't make a playoff appearance until 2002. However, a Northwest League championship in 2010 seems to have turned things around as the AquaSox has made the playoffs in eight of the last 11 years. Grab your Everett AquaSox tickets at StubHub.
Are there any Everett AquaSox players in the Major Leagues?As of September 2018, 185 players appeared in the Major Leagues who played for the Everett Giants — now known as the AquaSox. Mariners legends like Jay Buhner and Felix Hernandez have played for the Everett Giants during their careers. Other recognizable names like Jordan Zimmerman, Mike Zunino and Jose Cruz Jr. are also products of the AquaSox franchise.
Who manages the Everett AquaSox?Louis Boyd is returning as the manager of the Everett AquaSox for the 2020 season. Boyd initially took over the squad last season when manager Jose Moreno and the AuqaSox parted ways. This season the 25-year-old Boyd begins the season as the youngest manager in the Northwest League. Boyd, who was drafted in 2017 by the Mariners, played for the AquaSox before going to the Modesto Nuts to start the 2019 season. However, Boyd never played for the Nuts. Instead, he was asked to serve as the infield coach before transitioning into his role as manager for the Everett AquaSox.
Are the Everett AquaSox part of any rivalries?The Everett AquaSox have multiple rivals in the Northwest League, including the Tri-City Dust Devils and the Spokane Indians, both of whom are also based in Washington. The team also has established rivalries with the Eugene Emeralds and the Vancouver Canadians.
Where do the Everett AquaSox play their home games?Formerly known as Everett Memorial Stadium, the AquaSox home stadium is now known as Funko Field. The 3,682-seat stadium was initially built in 1984 for the newly formed Everett Giants but became the home of the AquaSox when the team changed names in 1995. The stadium did undergo a renovation and expansion in 1998 but has recently undergone more changes. In addition to the fixed seating options, there is a general admission lawn area behind the right-field wall. The stadium is presently undergoing the addition of new digital scoreboards as well as an updated manual scoreboard that is positioned behind the home plate. Funko Field does have one historic memento that is of significance to Mariners' fans as there is a plaque in the exact spot where Ken Griffey Jr.'s first professional home run landed. Though Griffey was a visiting player when he hit that home run, it's a happy coincidence that Mariners' fans now fill the stadium.
Where can I buy Everett AquaSox tickets?Minor League Baseball fans can get tickets to see the Everett AquaSox and the rest of the teams of the Northwest League at StubHub, the world's largest online ticket marketplace. You can see 360-degree seating previews and choose either electronic or traditional ticket delivery when you purchase at StubHub.
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