Found January 04, 2012 on Razzball:
Seattle Mariners 2011 Minor League Review Organizational Talent Rankings via Baseball America: 2011 (18) | 2010 (12) | 2009 (24) | 2008 (12) | 2007 (24) | 2006 (27) 2011 Affiliate Records MLB: [67-95] AL West AAA: [70-74] Pacific Coast League – Tacoma AA: [68-72] Southern League – Jackson A+: [59-81] California League – High Desert A: [63-76] Midwest League – Clinton A(ss): [37-39] Northwest League – Everett R:  [32-36] Appalachian League – Pulaski The Run Down The spacious Safeco Field is a wonderful ballpark in which to begin a pitching career.  The Seattle farm system is deep with pitching, and it’s not difficult to envision a handful of prospects making an impact on the mound this year.  Beyond the names I’ve noted, keep an eye on relief arms like Stephen Pryor and Erasmo Ramirez – both could occupy roles in the M’s pen.  Also, Mauricio Robles will be back from elbow surgery and could be ready for Major League duty before long.  Offensively, the Seattle farm system took a tragic h

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Hisashi Iwakuma Seattle Mariners Japanese free agent pitcher

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