Figgins, who signed a free-agent deal with Seattle over the winter, was 0 for 11 this spring.
The game was stopped after nine innings.
Ken Griffey Jr. also had his first two hits of spring training for Seattle, a one-hop double off the center-field wall in the fourth and a bloop RBI single that drove in Figgins in the fifth. Griffey also had a sacrifice fly in the first.
Matt Tuiasosopo homered for the Mariners.
Luke Hochevar pitched three innings for Kansas City, allowing a run and two hits.