While Evan White is the final player on this list because I believe he can become a Mariners Hall of Famer, he might also not be able to be traded with his contract. Seattle signed white to a deal before he ever played a game in the majors, signing for 6 years $24 million, plus 3 years and $33.5 million in team options.
After White’s horrible offensive season his rookie year in 2020, where he had a batting line of .176/.252/.346, and with his contract, he won’t be talked about in trades. But I don’t think Seattle would want to give up on him yet either, even if it means they could acquire a star player. Just like Crawford, White won a Gold Glove in 2020 and it will certainly be the first of many.
If White can just have a slightly above average offense during his career, with a reasonable expectation of a batting line of .245/.340/.445 (.785 OPS) during his prime from 2023-2026, because of his 5+ Gold Gloves (Knock on wood) he will be a Mariners Hall of Famer if he retires in Seattle.
White will most likely not be remembered for his offense, but because of his glove that makes every Mariners infielder better, he needs to be kept around and I’m sure that he will be.