Mariners Minor League Report

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Feb 26, 2015; Peoria, AZ, USA; Seattle Mariners infielder Ketel Marte poses for a portrait during photo day at Peoria Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

It is always a good idea to keep a weather eye the youngsters who could soon call Seattle home. Back on April 23 we discussed which players in the M’s system had a hot start to the season, and which players struggled out of the gate. Tonight, we will take a closer look at how some the Mariners’ prospects have been doing over the last 2 weeks.

I will break down 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.

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The Mariners have been awful during the first month of the season, and currently sit in last place in the American League West. Changes are inevitable whenever a team is struggling like the M’s are right now, and we saw Jack Zduriencik make some roster moves earlier this week. There are likely more changes coming, and some of the names in this slideshow may be starring in the Emerald City before long.

We will start with the Tacoma Rainiers, who are currently 12-15 in the Pacific Coast League.

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