Posted January 04, 2013 on
The Seattle Mariners project to be players in the trade market going forward. In this article SeattleClubhouse examines seven players that could be a part of those deals.
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Influx of youth to affect 2013
Despite their flurry of veteran pickups this winter, the Seattle Mariners are still entrenched in a youth movement. A movement that could mean the future of the organization.
With plenty of roster spots up for grabs—and some of the game’s top prospects chomping at the bit—the Mariners will have their hands full this Spring Training.
Any top prospect...
For the sake of sanity, this list will confine itself to recent memory.
Sure, it would have been remarkable for Seattle to have Randy Johnson, Alex Rodriguez, and Ken Griffey Jr. for the entirety of their careers, but that accomplishment would have been rare for the best organizations in baseball.
Below are some of the great “What ifs” for the Seattle Mariners.
Improvements a must
For many people, they believe in ridiculous superstitions about winter that entail watching to see if a groundhog sees its own shadow or not.
For me however, I know spring hasn’t really arrived until I have Mariners baseball back on my radio.
Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy winter. Well not the cold, or the snow, or the long dreary days of darkness, but I do like...
Franklin Gutierrez used the Winter as a time to get more baseball in. Considering he missed much of the 2012 season with injuries, that was probably a good idea. Considering how well he played, it was probably a great idea. The Seattle Mariners could use a rejuvenated Gutierrez heading into next season.
According to Greg Johns of MLB.com, Gutierrez hit .349 in the Venezuelan...
While the Seattle Mariners have made it clear that they
badly want to add offense this winter, the team is also “looking at starting
pitchers,” according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. However, two of the top remaining
free agent candidates, Kyle Lohse and Joe Saunders, don’t appear to be fits for
#Mariners badly want a hitter, but also looking at starting...