Possible Scenarios for the 2024 Seattle Mariners Roster
Your 2024 Mariners Bullpen is…
John: Ken Giles/Andres Munoz/Brandon Williamson/Matt Brash/Juan Then/Connor Phillips – Above are the core relievers on the 2024 Mariners squad. Giles and Munoz will likely be used for later innings, considering most of these pitchers are converted starters and can handle multiple innings. This is the next wave of talented Mariners relievers, who will all have the opportunity to learn from the current unit – widely regarded as one of the most dominant in the league.
Chris: Diego Castillo/Erik Swanson/Paul Sewald/Casey Sadler/Andres Munoz/Brandon Williamson/Justin Dunn – It’s hard to think about a bullpen because it changes so often. If we are looking at who the team has under control, and some of the possible options currently on the roster… I still really like what we have. I don’t see a single name on there that I would be upset with walking through that outfield door to come in and pitch in relief.
Connor: Ken Giles/Andres Munoz/Juan Then/Brandon Williamson/Connor Phillips/Levi Stoudt/Isaiah Campbell/Adam Macko – The fact of the matter is, not everyone can be a starter. Minus Giles and Munoz, these are the rest of the top pitching prospects in the Mariners system. Dominant bullpens have proven to be a big part of successful MLB teams recently, and I’m confident the Mariners are tuned into that.
Jamey: Brandon Williamson/Juan Then/Ken Giles/Andres Munoz/Diego Castillo/Bryce Miller/Justin Dunn/Connor Phillips – As my comrades have said above, it’s nearly impossible to predict a bullpen but there was generally the same few names with some changes here and there. My outlier is Bryce Miller, the team’s 2021 fourth-round pick who I see a lot of upside with as a middle relief arm.
Well, what do you think? Which of the four of us has the best/most realistic 2024 Mariners Roster? There were a couple of standouts and shockers, but that’s what makes it fun!