Seattle Mariners Top 30 Prospect Rankings Update

August 6, 2023

Despite a pair of aggressive moves with the farm system the past year and a half (Luis Castillo, Eugenio Suarez, Jesse Winker), the Seattle Mariners passed on paying the price to add significant pieces to the 2023 roster.

Instead, Jerry Dipoto acquired two prospects and a veteran backup infielder in exchange for closer Paul Sewald. Seattle added three top 10 prospect in the draft, too.

The Mariners’ system is deep, but lacks proximity and pitching depth, thanks to so many recent graduations (Logan Gilbert, George Kirby, Jarred Kelenic, Julio Rodriguez, Bryce Miller, Bryan Woo, Cal Raleigh). There’s a chance, however, things look very different a year from now, as high picks and international signings develop and progress.

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1Cole YoungSS
2Harry FordC
3Gabriel GonzalezOF
4Colt EmersonSS
5Michael Arroyo2B
6Felnin CelestenSS
7Jonny FarmeloOF
8Emerson HancockRHP
9Tyler Locklear1B
10Tai PeeteSS/OF
11Dominic CanzoneOF
12Michael MoralesRHP
13Lazaro Montes1B/OF
14Prelander BerroaRHP
15Jonatan ClaseOF
16Jeter MartinezRHP
17Cade MarloweOF
18Ryan Bliss2B
19Darren BowenRHP
20Walter FordRHP
21Aidan SmithOF
22Axel SanchezSS
23Ben Williamson3B
24Taylor DollardRHP
25Teddy McGrawRHP
26Carlos JimenezOF
27Brody HopkinsRHP
28Robert Perez Jr.1B
29Jean MunozRHP
30Travis KuhnRHP
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