Mariners Prospect Update: From the Winter Leagues

We are now a week into the Arizona Fall League, four games into the Venezuelan League (Liga Venezuela Beisbol Profesional) and three games into the Mexican League (Liga Mexicana del Pacifico) season. Here’s a look at the stats of Mariners minor leaguers taking part in these leagues.

AFL * Stats for games through 10/13/2013

Kyle Hunter- 2 IP, H, 3 K
Dominic Leone- IP, H, 2 K, SV
Carson Smith- IP, HLD
Brandon Maurer- 1.2 IP, 3H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 0 K, 10.80 ERA
Chris Taylor- .250 avg. (2-8), R, BB, K, SB
Patrick Kivelhan- .125 avg. (1-8), 3 K
Stefen Romero- .200 avg. (2-10), 3 R, BB, K

Venezuelan * Stats for games through 10/13/2013

Mayckol Guaipe- 2.2 IP, 4 H, 5 ER, 2 BB, 2 K, 16.87 ERA
Logan Bawcom- 0-1, 2 IP, 3 H, ER, BB, K, 4.50 ERA
Carlos Misell- Has Not Played
Anthony Vasquez- 6 IP, H, BB, 3 K, 0.00 ERA
Franklin Diaz- Has Not Played
Jesus Montero- Has Not Played
Gabriel Noriega- .167 avg. (2-12), 2B, R, 2 K
Jesus Ugueto- 1G, No at-bats
Endy Chavez- Has Not Played

Mexican

No Mariners players are taking part in this league.

Australian Baseball League

From the Adelaide Bite website:

The SA Power Networks Adelaide Bite in partnership with the Australian Baseball League is pleased to announce the following import players signed from the Seattle Mariners organisation;

Blake Holovach (P)

Min-Sih Chen (P)

David Holman (P)

Brock Hebert (SS)

These players will be a strong and prominent part of the Adelaide Bite’s quest for a maiden ABL Championship in season 2013/14.

General Manager of the Bite Nathan Davison expressed his satisfaction with these players being signed. “I have been really impressed with the scouting reports on these players, they are high quality and with the experience they possess, I am expecting big things from these guys during the season.”

Blake Holovach, David Holman and Brock Hebert all played for the Clinton Lumberkings during 2013 season in the Midwest League, they went 67-72 on the season.

Blake Holovach said on playing for the Bite this season, “I’m really looking forward to playing down there this winter. It’s a great opportunity to get to play in that league and work to get better. I’ve heard nothing but good things about it and can’t wait!”

That is the latest from your future Mariners playing baseball around the world trying to hone their craft to prepare for, hopefully, a chance in Seattle someday.

More updates coming your way throughout the week.

Topics: Arizona Fall League, Seattle Mariners

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  • maqman

    I’m amazed that professional baseball is being played in Australia. I lived there for two years in 1976-7, in Melbourne, although I traveled all over the country as the resident correspondent for an American magazine. I remember the only time MLB baseball was mentioned was at the end of the World Series when an item of less than three column inches in The Age, the largest paper in Melbourne, summarized the whole series. I would have thought there was a better chance of Aussie Rules Football being successful in the U.S. than baseball in Australia. Go figure.

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