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    Mariners Minor League Thread V.4

    Welcome to the new Mariners Minor League Thread!

    These first posts will be updated as needed to keep our primary prospects and their respective information at your fingertips! The list is in order by positions and classes (AAA, AA, etc), with a series of hyperlinks for each player provided. The links are for the commonly used statistical databases, followed by any useful scouting reports, if they are available and brought to my attention (that means if you find a good one not already on here, let me know and I'll add it to the list!). So here are the hyperlinks:

    FG = FanGraphs.com - your average statistics for minor leaguers, but the best site for advanced statistics, and updated fairly regularly. Its also the only site of the three main ones linked here that will have articles linked that reference the respective player.

    MiLB = MinorLeagueBaseball.com - updated daily with "basic" minor league statistics, showing some splits, last 10 games with current team, and current team designation (who they are playing for).

    TBC = TheBaseballCube.com - great for historical stats (even 19th century!), including college and international stats, and also shows various awards, draft position/history, and Baseball America prospect rankings. Some info for basic minor league defensive statistics. No current-season stats though.

    SR = Scouting Reports - observational reports on what skills a player has or does not have... pitch repertoires for pitchers, batting/fielding abilities for position players, etc. Subjective, to a degree, to the author of the report. NOTE: I'm going to focus on scouting reports more once I get the initial player list done... only so much time to get this started today. COMING SOON!

    John Sickels (Minor League Ball) Seattle Mariners Top 20 Prospects for 2014
    Jonathan Mayo's (MLB.com) 2014 Seattle Mariners Top 20 Prospects (Have to select the Mariners manually)
    Marc Hulet's (Fangraphs) Top 10 M's specs for 2014
    Baseball America's 2014 Seattle Mariners Top 10 Prospects
    Beyond The Box Score 2014 Mariners Top 26 Prospects
    Baseball Instinct's 2014 Mariners Top 21 Prospects
    Lookout Landing's Rick Randall's 2014 Top 10 Mariners Prospects
    Prospect Digest's 2014 Top 10 Mariners Prospects
    Scouting Book's Top 20 Mariners Prospects for 2014
    Baseball Prospectus 2014 Top 10

    And without further ado, here are the players we've learned to love (I've gauged some of them as hot or cold, in my humble opinion; prospects currently in the majors or on the DL have no hot/cold status).

    Catchers
    Mike Zunino, C (MLB/AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Jesus Montero, C (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    John Hicks, C (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Steven Baron, C (A+). FG MiLB TBC
    Marcus Littlewood, C (A). FG MiLB TBC
    Tyler Marlette, C (A). FG MiLB TBC
    Christian Carmichael, C (A-). FG MiLB TBC

    First Basemen
    Ji-Man Choi, 1B (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Daniel Paolini, 1B (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Taylor Ard, 1B (A). FG MiLB TBC

    Second Basemen
    Stefen Romero, 2B (MLB/AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Nick Franklin, 2B (AAA/MLB). FG MiLB TBC
    Jack Marder, 2B (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Brock Hebert, 2B (A). FG MiLB TBC

    Shortstops
    Christopher Taylor, SS (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Ketel Marte, SS (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Timothy Lopes, SS (A+). FG MiLB TBC
    Martin (Esteilon) Peguero, SS (A). FG MiLB TBC
    Joseph DeCarlo, SS (A). FG MiLB TBC

    Third Basemen
    Ramon Morla, 3B (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Patrick Kivlehan, 3B (A+). FG MiLB TBC
    DJ Peterson, 3B (A+). FG MiLB TBC

    Outfielders
    James Jones, RF (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Chantz Mack, OF (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Nate Tenbrink, OF (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Jamal Austin, OF (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Jabari Blash, RF (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Leon Landry, CF (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Julio Morban, CF (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Gabriel Guerrero, OF (A+). FG MiLB TBC
    Jabari Henry, OF (A+). FG MiLB TBC
    Guillermo Pimentel, OF (A+). FG MiLB TBC
    Dario Pizzano, RF (A+). FG MiLB TBC
    Tyler O'Neil, OF (A). FG MiLB TBC
    Austin Wilson, OF (A). FG MiLB TBC
    Phillips Castillo, OF (A-). FG MiLB TBC

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    Starting Pitchers
    Roenis Elias, SP (MLB/AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Erasmo Ramirez, SP (MLB/AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Taijuan Walker, SP (MLB/AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Andrew Carraway, SP (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Anthony Fernandez, SP (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    James (Jimmy) Gillheeny, SP (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Danny Hultzen, SP (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Brandon Maurer, SP (AAA/MLB). FG MiLB TBC
    Chance Ruffin, SP/RP (AAA/MLB). FG MiLB TBC
    Trevor Miller, SP (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Jordan Pries, SP (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Victor Sanchez, SP (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Jochi Ogando, SP (A+). FG MiLB TBC
    Tyler Pike, SP (A+). FG MiLB TBC
    Dylan Unsworth, SP (A+). FG MiLB TBC
    Edwin Diaz, SP (A). FG MiLB TBC
    David Holman, SP/RP (A). FG MiLB TBC
    Luiz Gohara, SP (PUL). FG MiLB TBC

    Relief Pitchers
    Jonathan Arias, RP (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Logan Bawcom, RP (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Brian Moran, RP (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Carson Smith, RP (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Forest Snow, SP (AAA). FG MiLB TBC
    Kyle Hunter, RP (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Stephen Kohlscheen, RP (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Jordan Shipers, RP/SP (AA). FG MiLB TBC
    Matt Brazis, RP (A+). FG MiLB TBC
    Joshua Corrales, RP (A). FG MiLB TBC
    Emilio Pagan, RP (A). FG MiLB TBC

    If you want me to add a player to this list, just post an add request in this thread and I'll make it happen. And if you find a good scouting report that isn't linked on here likewise let me know and I'll add it!
    Last edited by CamraMaan; 04-15-2014 at 07:35 AM.

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    Reserved, just in case....

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    Damn, nicely done CM.

    Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, and Colin Kaepernick walk into a bar... To watch Russell Wilson win the Super Bowl.

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    Thanks. I put this together a couple MiLB threads back... its always on the front page for easy access...

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    Probably time to move over here...

    I updated the hot/cold tags for the batters, time to do the pitchers...

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    Zunino bomb (1st @ Cheney). Triunfel Bomb.

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    Paxton sucked again and Walker got shelled.

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    Paxton is probably a future reliever.

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    Churchill said today that the Upton trade package was Walker, Miller, Pryor, Luetge. Less than what I thought. ****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWBrodie View Post
    Churchill said today that the Upton trade package was Walker, Miller, Pryor, Luetge. Less than what I thought. ****.
    Dang that would of been highway robbery if Churchill is correct.

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    Wow.
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    "I love Ryan defensively, and I like Andino, (but) how long can you go with a shortstop who doesn't even hit .200?" Bowden said. "The reality is you got Nick Franklin sitting down there at Triple-A hitting (through May 15) .339 with eight doubles, four homers, 16 RBI, five stolen bases (and) hasn't got caught yet, and quite frankly like (Mariners third baseman Kyle) Seager he's ready to hit in the big leagues now. For me, you bring Franklin up, put him at shortstop and solve the offensive position there."
    http://mynorthwest.com/258/2277537/B...elp-Ms-offense

    Even if they view Nick Franklin as a future 2nd basemen i don't see how it hurts to have him at least try to play SS this team is struggling mightily.

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    That's one way to think of it.

    If they think we can finish better than the A's or Rangers, then do it. If they don't, don't waste a year of Franklin's eligibility with us.
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