Found December 13, 2012 on
I caught the upper level Mariners affiliates (Jackson & Tacoma) on a swing through the southeast late in the minor league season and there are a handful of prospects from those teams I haven’t written up yet. Both of these teams were deep with big leaguers and have some interesting prospects ...
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Are there positives to signing Bay?
Despite a flurry of rumors, the Seattle Mariners had a quiet close to the winter meetings. The one big deal seemed to be the signing of Jason Bay to a 1 year deal.
After a disappointing three seasons with the New York Mets, what should the M’s be expecting from Bay heading into 2013?
Possible power potential
If the Mariners are hoping for any...
I want to cry!
Headline: With the winter meetings come and gone, could the M’s biggest signing already be done?
Feels like Mariners fans are halfway through a horror film. The enemy has yet to be identified, but something is hunting the protagonist down. Something or someone has struck fear into the hero and the audience, causing fear and adrenaline to course through the body...
Taijuan Walker is more than the top pitching prospect in the Seattle Mariners organization. The 20-year-old right-hander is among the best in the game. With only 126 innings under his belt he remains a work in progress, but his ceiling is sky high.
A two-sport star at Yucaipa (California) High School — he also excelled in basketball — the 6-foot-4 Walker was taken 43rd overall...
With a flurry of moves around the league the past few days, Seattle's targets may have moved out of sight. The Mariners and Jack Zduriencik now need to shift their focus and acquire the type of players they've truly coveted all along.
The Phillies continue to make small moves this offseason. Today they claimed LHP Mauricio Robles off of waivers from the Seattle Mariners. Robles, 23, has not seen any time in the big leagues, but has accumulated five years in the minors while splitting time between the Detroit Tigers' system and...
The Phillies claimed left-handed pitcher Mauricio Robles from the Seattle Mariners today. Robles, 23, has a career 4.15 ERA in seven seasons, which includes stops in Triple-A Tacoma in each of the last three years. Robles has struggled in 15 games at Triple-A, 6.71 ERA, but strikes out batters at a 9.4 K/9 IP over his career. Robles was placed on waivers by the Mariners last week...