Posted February 25, 2013 on mariners.scout.com
Installment number two of our Prospect Depth Chart series focuses on the infield corners: first baseman and third baseman. Many of these players are interchangeable at these positions now, but it's safe to say that most could end up on the right side of the diamond. Still some quality bats and a couple of steady gloves in the group.
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