The Mariners had 92-year-old veteran Burke Waldron throw out the first pitch.
The Mariners had a special guest throw out the first pitch for their Memorial Day contest against the Padres in Burke Waldron, a 92-year-old Navy veteran.
Waldron may be advanced in years but he sprinted on to the field with the excitement of someone one-tenth his age as he took the mound and threw the ceremonial opening toss to Steve Clevenger.
The Utah native served from 1943 to '46 and was stationed in Chicago and Pearl Harbor before joining in the Saipan Invasion in 1944, according to the Bainbridge Island Review.
– Brendan Maloy