Graduations and trades have weakened the Mariners farm system at the top, but the club still saw breakout campaigns from a pair of 2021 draftees.
Today, we unveil the 10 best prospects in the Mariners system as it enters 2023.
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Here’s how we project their lineup in 2026, with their 2026 ages in parentheses.
PROJECTED 2026 LINEUP
Catcher: Cal Raleigh (29)
First Base: Ty France (31)
Second Base: Cole Young (22)
Third Base: Harry Ford (23)
Shortstop: J.P. Crawford (31)
Left Field: Jarred Kelenic (26)
Center Field: Julio Rodriguez (25)
Right Field: Gabriel Gonzalez (22)
Designated Hitter: Eugenio Suarez (34)
Listed below are the prospects with the best tools within the organization. To go directly to Seattle’s Top 10, click here.
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: Bryce Miller
Best Curveball: Juan Pinto
Best Slider: Taylor Dollard
Best Changeup: Emerson Hancock
Best Control: Taylor Dollard
Best Defensive Catcher: Harry Ford
Best Defensive Infielder: Axel Sanchez
Best Infield Arm: Milkar Perez
Best Defensive Outfielder: Cade Marlowe
Best Outfield Arm: Gabriel Gonzalez