Posted December 03, 2012 on
Each Monday for 10 weeks, SeattleClubhouse gives you an inside look at the Top-50 prospects in the Seattle Mariners organization as 2012 winds down. Rankings are complete with scouting notes, quotes from various sources and extended player info. As we crack the Top-20 here, the reports get deeper. These last 20 prospects are among the best in a talented organization -- among the best in baseball.
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Baseball’s winter meetings are here, a time where there is a lot of trades and free agent movement. Mariners’ fans are hoping one of the big players this week will be the Seattle Mariners. Having been passed by the Rangers, Angels, and A’s in the A.L. West, the team needs to improve their roster to catch back up. Even though Seattle’s record improved this season to...
Right handed pitcher Felix Hernandez is under the Mariners control through 2014, but the team is already pushing to sign him to a contract extension that would make him a “Mariner for life” according to Jon Heyman of CBSSPorts.
People is always talking about when the Mariners will finally trade him to a competing team, although nobody in the Mariners organization has given any...
The Seattle Mariners are “in on everybody” when it comes to
offense, and their list of potential targets includes free agents Josh
Hamilton, Mike Napoli, Nick Swisher and Cody Ross as well as Arizona
Diamondbacks outfielder Justin Upton, reports Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com.
The Mariners are looking all over for offense.
"They're in on everybody,'...
NASHVILLE Seattle was one of the suitors when Justin Upton was available at the 2010 winter meetings, and it appears the Mariners interest has not waned.
The D-backs and Mariners met Monday night, sources with knowledge of the D-backs said, with Upton the major piece in discussion.
Seattle general manager Jack Zduriencik has made it clear that ace right-hander Felix Hernandez...
Two weeks ago, Seattle general manager Jack Zduriencik downplayed the possibility of the Mariners signing free-agent outfielder Josh Hamilton, telling MLB.com, "You have to be realistic about how you're going to allocate your dollars."
The Mariners still might exercise such restraint with Hamilton, but they're at least exploring the possibility of signing him....
Justin Upton has a limited no-trade clause that includes the Seattle Mariners as one of the teams he could block. That hasn't stopped the Mariners from meeting with the Arizona Diamondbacks about a potential trade. The trade talks just may not exclusively be regarding Upton, but the Mariners are definitely interested in the right fielder.
Jon Heyman of CBS Sport suggests...
It appears to be no secret that Detroit would be open to moving Boesch -- he fell out of the rotation in the outfield last season and does not appear to have much of a role heading into 2013. Continue reading →