2013 Seattle Mariners Top 25 Prospects

Each player name is linked to his 2013 prospect profile. 

It’s that time of the year again to take a look at the Mariners top prospects. A lot has changed this year, and there are several guys, namely Carlos Triunfel, Stephen Pryor, and Carter Capps that won’t be included in this because they’re either not prospects anymore, or they are likely to be on the big league roster.

Here’s a link to last year’s top prospects, and please check back as I continue to update this list with prospects as their profiles are published. You’ll be able to find it in the right column.

1. Taijuan Walker, RHP, 20 years old

2. Mike Zunino, C, 22 years old

3. Danny Hultzen, LHP, 23 years old

4. Nick Franklin, SS/2B, 22 years old

5. Brad Miller, SS/2B, 23 years old

6. James Paxton, LHP, 24 years old

7. Tyler Pike, LHP, 19 years old

8. Brandon Maurer, RHP, 22 years old

9. Stefen Romero, 2B/3B/LF, 24 years old

10. Francisco Martinez, 3B/CF, 22 years old

11. Vinnie Catricala, 3B/1B/LF, 24 years old

12. Luiz Gohara, LHP, 16 years old

13. Steven Proscia, 3B/1B, 23 years old

14. Victor Sanchez, RHP, 18 years old

15. Joe DeCarlo, 3B, 19 years old

16. Edwin Diaz, RHP, 19 years old

17. Jack Marder, C/2B, 23 years old

18. Patrick Kivlehan, 3B/OF, 23 years old

19. Timmy Lopes, 2B, 19 years old

20. Phillips Castillo, OF, 19 years old

21. John Hicks, C, 23 years old

22. Tyler Marlette, C, 21 years old

23. Guillermo Pimentel, OF, 20 years old

24. Julio Morban, OF, 21 years old

25. Jamodrick McGruder, 2B/OF, 21 years old

  • maqman

    Jamodrick gets name points but he may be in over his head. I’m guessing Cat the Bat and Francisco Martinez are going to drop vis a vis last year’s projections, while Erasmo Ramirez (if he still qualifies) and Stephen Romero are on the UP elevator. Actually I still hold out hope for Catricala.

    • http://twitter.com/CaseyMcLain34 Casey McLain

      Erasmo will be a presumed big leaguer. I am not giving up on Catricala, what I saw in person was a guy who destroyed the ball and had unlucky BABIP numbers. FMart will drop, but I still love his potential and that he’s moving off third to a more athletic defensive position (CF).