Seattle Mariners 2024 Top MLB Prospects


Image credit: Cole Young (Photo by Bill Mitchell)

The top of the Mariners system is headlined by Cole Young, who projects to be a productive No. 2 hitter who hits for a high average, draws walks and does occasional damage while playing steady defense in the middle infield.

Today, we’re unveiling the 10 best prospects in the Mariners system entering 2024. Kyle Glaser is hosting a chat at 2 p.m. ET to discuss the state of Seattle’s farm system.

Mariners Top 10 Prospects

See the 10 best prospects in the Mariners system, including brand new scouting reports for every player.

Below, you can also find a projected lineup in 2027 and the prospects with the best scouting tools in the system.

Projected 2027 Lineup

Catcher: Cal Raleigh (30)
First Base: Tyler Locklear (26)
Second Base: Cole Young (23)
Third Base: Colt Emerson (21)
Shortstop: J.P. Crawford (32)
Left Field: Harry Ford (24)
Center Field: Julio Rodriguez (26)
Right Field: Gabriel Gonzalez (23)
Designated Hitter: Lazaro Montes (22)

No. 1 Starter: Luis Castillo (34)
No. 2 Starter: George Kirby (29)
No. 3 Starter: Logan Gilbert (30)
No. 4 Starter: Bryce Miller (28)
No. 5 Starter: Bryan Woo (27)
Closer: Andres Muñoz (28)

Listed below are the prospects with the best tools within the organization. To go directly to Seattle’s Top 10, click here.

Best Tools

Best Hitter for Average: Cole Young
Best Power Hitter: Lazaro Montes
Best Strike-Zone Discipline: Harry Ford
Fastest Baserunner: Jonatan Clase
Best Athlete: Harry Ford
Best Fastball: Natanael Garabitos
Best Curveball: Jimmy Joyce
Best Slider: Prelander Berroa
Best Changeup: Emerson Hancock
Best Control: Taylor Dollard
Best Defensive Catcher: Jake Anchia
Best Defensive Infielder: Axel Sanchez
Best Infield Arm: Felnin Celesten
Best Defensive Outfielder: Jonny Farmelo
Best Outfield Arm: Gabriel Gonzalez

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