Mariners Minor League Report: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not
Mar 5, 2015; Peoria, AZ, USA; Seattle Mariners starting pitcherRoenis Elias
(29) throws in the first inning during a spring training baseball game against the San Diego Padres at Peoria Sports Complex. Mandatory Credit: Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports
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We are only 15 games into the 2015 season, and yet some Mariners’ fans have already hit the panic button. It is hard not to describe the first few weeks as disappointing, but it far too early to throw in the towel. However, it is always a good idea to keep an the players on the farm who could soon call Seattle home.
Tonight, we will break down which players in the Mariners’ system have had a hot start to the season, and which players have struggled out of the gate. We will discuss who has stood out on the M’s AAA affiliate in Tacoma, AA affiliate in Jackson, A+ affiliate in Bakersfield and the A affiliate in Clinton. We will take a particularly close look at how the Mariners’ top 30 prospects have fared in the early part of the season.
We will begin the slideshow with the Tacoma Rainiers, who are currently bringing up the rear in the Pacific Coast League.
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