Mariners Minor League All-Stars Announced from 2022 season

Mariners 2022 Minor-League Organizational All-Star Cade Marlowe
Mariners 2022 Minor-League Organizational All-Star Cade Marlowe / Angela Piazza/Caller-Times / USA TODAY

Even though the Mariners aren't as strong in the Minors as they used to be, they still have a strong system with some impressive youngsters. They recently announced their organizational All-Star team, and I thought it would be fun to go through and look at some of the players that they selected.

Mariners All-Star Infield: Harry Ford (C), Robert Perez Jr (1B), Kaden Polcovich (2B), Joe Rizzo (3B), Mason McCoy (SS) - Harry Ford is the name that everyone knows here. He slashed an impressive .274/.425/.439, with 23 SB and 11 HR. Perez became known for light tower power, participating in the HR derby. McCoy is the relative unknown here for many. Already 27, he found a new power after never hitting double-digit homers, hitting 21HR while swiping 23 bases in Tacoma at SS.

Mariners All-Star Outfield: Cade Marlowe, Jonatan Clase, Gabriel Gonzalez - Jonatan Clase is one of my favorite players in the Mariners minor league system. He borders on 80 speed, with an easy 70. He swiped 55 bases, hit 11 triples, and still managed 13 HR, showing that the bulk he added in the offseason is fitting well on his body. Marlowe is likely going to be fighting for an MLB roster spot, especially after being on the playoff taxi squad.

Mariners All-Star Pitching: Taylor Dollard (RHP), Tommy Milone (LHP), Isaiah Campbell (Reliever) - Dollard led a talented group of Mariners RHP with a fantastic year in AA, going 16-2 with a 2.25 ERA and a WHIP of 0.951. Milone stand atop a very small group of Mariners lefties, actually re-signing to a minor league deal recently. Campbell recently became a reliever and found success with a BB rate of just 2.3 per 9, while mowing down 11.5 per 9.

It's a strong group of prospects, with some standouts in there. It's funny how it works, because we still aren't seeing some of the Mariners best farm pieces. Bryce Miller, Emerson Hancock, Bryan Woo, and Walter Ford are all behind Dollard as RHP. We don't really see draftees from 2022 on here, so no Cole Young, Tyler Locklear, or AJ Izzi. Some of them are pretty close to the bigs too, so it's worth getting to know the names since we might see them in the bigs soon for the Mariners.