Here are the Seattle Mariners Ratings for MLB the Show 23

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Mariners MLB the Show 23 Diamond Dynasty Player Rankings

I guess I'm part of the reason that Franchise has fallen behind. I enjoy Diamond Dynasty more than any other mode in the game. Between all the challenges and the joy I get from building a team, it's where I spend most of my time. I also enjoy collecting all the cards. Which is getting a lot harder to do with the Mariners as they get better. Especially with a couple of cards pushing diamond status. Let's get to the Mariners Diamond Dynasty Rankings.

C - Cal Raleigh - 79
C - Tom Murphy - 74
1B - Ty France - 78
1B - Evan White - 65
2B - Kolten Wong - 75
2B - Dylan Moore - 71
3B - Eugenio Suarez - 75
SS - JP Crawford - 71
OF - Jonatan Clase - 64
OF - Sam Haggerty - 70
OF - Teoscar Hernandez - 82
OF - Cooper Hummel - 67
OF - Jarred Kelenic - 65
OF - Cade Marlowe - 64
OF - AJ Pollock - 79
OF - Julio Rodriguez - 85
OF - Taylor Trammell - 64
OF - Jonatan Clase - 64
DH - Tommy La Stella - 65
SP - Luis Castillo - 82
SP - Robbie Ray - 81
SP - Logan Gilbert - 78
SP - George Kirby - 78
SP - Marco Gonzales - 68
SP - Chris Flexen - 63
RP - Prelander Berroa - 65
RP - Matt Brash - 69
RP - Isaiah Campbell - 67
RP - Diego Castillo - 74
RP - Chris Clarke - 63
RP - Matt Festa - 66
RP - Trevor Gott - 72
RP - Easton McGee - 54
RP - Andres Munoz - 84
RP - Penn Murfee - 75
RP - Taylor Saucedo - 52
RP - Paul Sewald - 80
RP - Gabe Speier - 54
RP - Justin Topa - 66
RP - Juan Then - 61
RP - Brennan Bernardino - 58

There are less rankings here than you would see in Franchise. These are only the MLB ready players, and you won't see the prospects. They may come later as part of a prospect program, but there is nothing there now.

I'm doing this a bit different than the Franchise breakdown... but still similar, and you'll see why.

These MLB the Show Mariners are a bargain in Diamond Dynasty

Logan Gilbert (78) is prime for a big season, and should jump to a gold soon. Especially if he dominates April like he did in 2022. If you grab a handful of his cards, you should be able to sell them in May for a nice profit. Ty France (78) is a gold player if he can be healthy. If that happens, there is no way they keep a 300+ hitter on a 20-25 homer pace as a silver card.

Keep an eye on Kelenic (65) too. If you really think he will succeed this year, he could jump to a silver quickly with his combination of speed and power. I'd go after Diego Castillo (74) as well. A single-point increase will bump him to silver, instantly increasing his value. Chris Flexen (63) just seems lazy. Anyone that's watched him knows he is better than that, and he should jump to the 70s if he stays healthy.

These MLB the Show Mariners cost a lot more than they should in Diamond Dynasty

Don't bet on AJ Pollock (79) to stay that high. There's no way he stays a 79 unless he is hitting 280 with a nice power surge or some leftover speed from his youth.

I love Cal Raleigh (79), but his ranking worries me. A slow start, a struggle with either power or average, and he is going to drop a few points. He's the 11th ranked catcher, so they've been pretty easygoing with catcher rankings (10 gold and above), but I still wouldn't invest a ton in Raleigh

Now, get out there and play some MLB the Show 23! It's a wonderful game with a ton of depth, and where you can find me for the next 3-4 months. If you wanna play, hit me up on Twitter or online at DeionValkyre. Go Mariners!