The team's heyday during the Piniella is celebrated in this box set of four games that mix regular season and playoff success. The list of games includes:
10/2/1995 - The Mariners won 16 of their last 21 games to close out the regular season and play the California Angels in a one-game playoff, where they blew open a 1-1 game with eight runs in the final two innings while Randy Johnson struck out 12 Angel batters en route to a 9-1 win.
10/8/1995 - Less than a week later, facing the New York Yankees in a decisive Game 5 AL Divisional Series, the Mariners scrambled to send the game into extra innings before coming from behind in the 11th inning on Martinez' double that sent Griffey Jr. home and the Mariners into their first ALCS.
10/6/2000 - If you told me that Mariners starters would be limited to five hits and one run batted in while beating the Chicago White Sox to sweep the ALDS I'd have called you a liar. But using pinch-hitting heroics, the Mariners won in the bottom of the ninth inning 2-1 to advance to the ALCS.
9/19/2001 - Jamie Moyer limits the Anaheim Angels to three hits over six innings, leading the Mariners to a 5-0 shutout, clinching the Division pennant for the club.