Posted October 16, 2013 on
The Seattle Mariners land 12 of their prospects on Baseball America's post-season Top-20 lists, showing that the system remains strong despite a number of graduations in 2013.
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One of my favorite M’s bloggers/writers Greg Johns weighs in today with a great post on the state of the Mariners arms in the organization. Johns details how the M’s will move forward with the likes of Taijuan Walker, James Paxton and the speaks about the development of youngsters Erasmo Ramirez and Brandon Maurer.
After several years of talking about...
To say that the 2013 season for Seattle Mariners was a disappointment would be a gross understatement. Although the M’s finished a surprising 2nd in MLB for home runs, it was somewhat irrelevant considering they finished next to last in hitting with RISP, batting an anemic .222. Terrible hitting is nothing new to the Mariners. Their offense has been historically bad over the last...