Mariners Midseason Report: Taijuan Walker Continues Hard Charge
Best Player: It’s been a rough go for two-thirds of the Mariners’ vaunted “Big Three” pitching prospects. Danny Hultzen battled a rotator cuff strain, and James Paxton has been inconsistent [...]
What Your Team Did In The Draft: American League Edition
Now that all of the selections have been made, our draft experts took a few moments to glance at each team’s draft list and see what stood out. We won’t [...]
The Top 10 Youngest Players In Each League On Opening Day
As we’ve done for three years, here’s a look at the Top 10 youngest players in each league as the season began (you can also see the 2012 Opening Day, 2011 [...]
Mariners’ Catricala Refocused For 2013
Last spring, all eyes in Mariners camp were on Vinnie Catricala. He had exploded onto the scene in 2011, hitting a combined .349/.421/.601 with 101 runs, 77 extra-base hits and 106 RBIs in 521 at-bats combined between Double-A Jackson and high Class A High Desert.
Position Remains The Question For Mariners’ Marder
Jack Marder's brief professional rÃ©sumÃ©—featuring the rare combination of a nearly equal amount of games at catcher and second base—immediately brings to mind longtime Astros star Craig Biggio.
Mariners’ Gohara Ahead Of The Curve
Former international scouting director Bob Engle left the Mariners in October, but he did leave a nice parting gift. The Mariners' biggest international signing in 2012 was 16-year-old lefthander Luiz Gohara from Brazil, who signed for $880,000.
Mariners’ Capps Gears Up For His Final Challenge
At 22, Carter Capps is just a kid in baseball years. He's only been a professional briefly, having been drafted in the third round out of Mount Olive (N.C.) in 2011 as a hard-throwing righthander. He's also just a kid in terms of being a pitcher.