2003 Seattle Mariners Roster

The 2003 Seattle Mariners team roster seen on this page includes every player who appeared in a game during the 2003 season. It is a comprehensive team roster and player names are sorted by the fielding position where the most number of games were played during the regular season. Every player's name links to their career statistics.

Below the main roster you will find in the Fast Facts section: a 2003 Seattle Mariners Opening Day starters list, a 2003 Seattle Mariners salary list, a 2003 Seattle Mariners uniform number breakdown and a 2003 Seattle Mariners primary starters list. These team rosters are presented only when and where the data is available.

"I am very fortunate and grateful that I have been able to play my entire career with the Seattle Mariners. I plan on finishing my career as a Mariner." - Edgar Martinez (November 4, 2003)
2003 Seattle Mariners


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Complete Roster

6-04
180
Right
Right
1972-11-03
6-02
210
Right
Right
1968-03-04
6-03
165
Right
Right
1973-03-05
6-04
255
Right
Right
1976-10-06
5-11
160
Right
Right
1968-08-01
6-02
185
Right
Right
1976-09-07
6-00
177
Right
Right
1977-08-02
6-03
200
Right
Right
1978-09-08
6-00
185
Left
Left
1962-11-18
6-08
235
Right
Right
1966-11-17
6-01
180
Right
Right
1978-09-25
6-05
250
Right
Right
1977-02-22
6-02
220
Left
Left
1969-10-24
6-04
220
Right
Right
1968-02-22
6-04
230
Right
Right
1979-12-19
6-02
185
Right
Right
1974-06-13
6-07
230
Right
Right
1977-08-20
6-01
180
Left
Right
1977-08-19
6-02
200
Right
Right
1963-05-14
6-04
240
Right
Both
1977-03-10
6-03
190
Right
Right
1969-03-25
5-11
200
Right
Right
1977-11-27
5-10
180
Right
Right
1969-04-06
6-02
190
Right
Right
1969-09-23
6-00
200
Right
Right
1969-07-26
6-01
180
Right
Both
1975-09-30
5-11
195
Right
Both
1964-10-04
6-05
220
Left
Left
1968-08-05
5-09
170
Right
Right
1967-10-05
5-11
170
Right
Both
1979-02-15
6-02
210
Right
Right
1973-01-08
6-04
195
Right
Left
1970-10-17
5-11
185
Right
Right
1975-08-08
5-10
180
Right
Right
1978-08-05
5-11
175
Right
Left
1973-10-22
6-02
190
Right
Both
1974-06-09
5-11
205
Right
Right
1963-01-02


The 2003 Seattle Mariners played 162 games during the regular season, won 93 games, lost 69 games, and finished in second position. They played their home games at Safeco Field (Park Factors: 97/98) where 3,222,790 fans witnessed their 2003 Mariners finish the season with a .574 winning percentage.

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a unique set of rosters not easily found on the Internet. Included, where data is available, is a 2003 Seattle Mariners Opening Day starters list, a 2003 Seattle Mariners salary list, a 2003 Seattle Mariners uniform number breakdown and a 2003 Seattle Mariners primary starters list:


2003 Seattle Mariners
Salaries

Kazuhiro Sasaki $8,070,000.00
Bret Boone $8,000,000.00
John Olerud $7,700,000.00
Mike Cameron $7,416,667.00
Armando Benitez $6,937,500.00
Freddy Garcia $6,875,000.00
Jeff Cirillo $6,850,000.00
Jamie Moyer $6,500,000.00
Ichiro Suzuki $4,697,000.00
Edgar Martinez $4,000,000.00
Jeff Nelson $3,983,333.00
Arthur Rhodes $3,500,000.00
Dan Wilson $3,500,000.00
Randy Winn $3,300,000.00
Mark McLemore $3,150,000.00
Carlos Guillen $2,500,000.00
Shigetoshi Hasegawa $1,800,000.00
Rey Sanchez $1,300,000.00
Ben Davis $1,000,000.00
Greg Colbrunn $750,000.00
John Mabry $600,000.00
Pat Borders $500,000.00
Joel Pineiro $440,000.00
Ryan Franklin $425,000.00
Giovanni Carrara $400,000.00
Gil Meche $325,000.00
Julio Mateo $302,500.00
Willie Bloomquist $300,000.00
Aaron Looper $300,000.00
J.J. Putz $300,000.00
Rafael Soriano $300,000.00
Jamal Strong $300,000.00
Brian Sweeney $300,000.00
Aaron Taylor $300,000.00
Luis Ugueto $300,000.00
Matt White $300,000.00

Did you know that a 2003 Seattle Mariners Schedule is available and it includes dates of every game played, scores of every game played, a cumulative record, and many hard to find splits (Monthly Splits, Team vs Team Splits & Score Related Splits)?

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