Posted November 19, 2012 on
Each Monday for 10 weeks, SeattleClubhouse gives you an inside look at the Top-50 prospects in the Seattle Mariners organization as things stand at the end of the 2012 season. Rankings are complete with scouting notes (when available), quotes from various baseball sources and extended player info. This is our fifth set of five prospects, which gets us to the midway point in our countdown.
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Seattle Mariners pitcher Anthony Vasquez underwent emergency brain surgery for a life-threatening condition over the weekend, MLB.com reported on Monday. Vasquez, 26, experienced headaches, then had problems with his vision and felt dizziness last Wednesday while working out at the Mariners' training complex in Peoria, Ariz., as he recovered from a shoulder injury. Doctors...
The Seattle Mariners have been one of the teams tied to free
agent outfielder Josh Hamilton, but general manager Jack Zduriencik said Friday
he doesn’t see the club being big players in pursuit of the market’s top
slugger, reports Greg Johns of MLB.com.
Although the Mariners plan to
pursue offensive upgrades this offseason, general manager Jack Zduriencik said
Anthony Vasquez was working through his offseason throwing program and working his way back from a shoulder injury he suffered in 2012. Now, he will be working his way back from something far more serious. After having headaches for the last ten days, Vasquez started experiencing vision problems when throwing last Wednesday. He was evaluated by doctors who discovered a rupture...
With the Fall season wrapped up and the Peoria Javelinas being crowned the champion, SeattleClubhouse got the chance to speak with current MLB.com columnist and Arizona Fall League aficionado Bernie Pleskoff about what he saw from the Mariners prospects in this year's AFL action. An honest look at what impressed and did not impress the former scout.