All-time Mariners' pitching staff of best players who got away

To close out this 3-part series, we work our way onto the mound diving into the best pitching staff the Mariners could have, and should have, held onto.
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As we did for parts 1 and 2 of this series, this pitching staff is comprised of both starters and relievers which the Mariners had control of at one point in time. If you have not looked through parts one and two just yet, no need to fear. You can find those below. This lineup consists of players who either played for the Mariners, or who just spent time in their Minor League system. All players who the Front Office let go of in one way or another that we wonder what could have happened had they stayed in the PNW.

All-time Mariners’ infield of best players who got away

All-time Mariners' outfield of best players who got away

With players such as A-Rod and David Ortiz in the infield, along with Adam Jones and Shin Soo-Choo in the outfield grass, this list has some names that could have altered the course of the Mariners for years following their respective trades.

Although the Mariners have been able to piece together one of the best Starting Rotations in all of baseball currently, along with a highly touted Bullpen, pitching has been a struggle at times years prior. With names such as Erik Bedard, Aaron Harang, 'Safeco Joe', etc. taking the mound in the past, let's dive into some pieces that we could have seen flourish in Seattle.